The ideal weather to enjoy learning
Grabbing some tapas & drinks, dancing salsa or merengue as if you were in the best clubs of Cuba or Puerto Rico, or simply enjoying the beach – the cosmopolitan city of Las Palmas offers never-ending cultural possibilities: food, art, concerts, movie festivals, and dance or painting schools. No wonder one of the biggest Spanish writers of all times was born and raised close to our school: Benito Pérez Galdós.
Christmas with 21°C?
The unique climate of the Canary Islands allows us to enjoy our city and our countryside any time of the year. Even in the coldest months in winter temperatures stay close to 20°C thanks to Africa’s warm air. What about summer? In the warmest months the North Atlantic wind visits us and takes care of guaranteeing mild temperatures between 25°C and 30°C. The perfect weather to enjoy learning!
The beach & the ocean
Mid in the cosmopolitan city of Las Palmas you will find Las Canteras beach: 4 kilometers of white sand full of surf and diving schools and without the faults of mass tourism. In this long beach there is a place for everyone: you will find areas of complete calm and areas with frenetic activity and sports. Discover your favorite spot!
An exciting history full of adventures
Our history starts with a mystery: the guanches. An ancient culture that arrived in the islands 2.000 years ago. They brought a fascinating culture full of mystic rituals. They didn’t know how to sail so, how did they get here? It is only the first question of a thrilling journey across our history.
Did you know that Christopher Columbus started writing the story of America in the Canary Islands?
In 1492 prior to embarking in the most important journey in the history of humanity, the famous adventurer chose Gran Canaria for the last arrangements of his heroic mission. Our school is just a couple of steps away from the House of Columbus which brings us closer to this exciting episode. You will be able to breathe history in every corner in the historic center.
One culture between three continents
Columbus’ journey converted the Canary Islands into the gate between Europe & America. This constant exchange between continents and the commercial boom the islands experienced in the centuries that followed deeply transformed the rich Canarian culture with lots of Latin-American influences.