Platja D’Aro Spain School Education Trips

Platja D’Aro is a popular Spanish resort on the Costa Brava.

Located north of Barcelona, Platja d’Aro is part of the municipality of Castell Platja d’Aro. Although it is a bustling resort, just inland you’ll find Castell d’Aro, an ancient village that was built up around the fortified church and medieval castle

This historic part of the town’s legacy is thought to date to around the first century BC. Students can experience a Spanish Gymkhana, where they will purchase ingredients from local, authentic markets, don the chef hat to create tasty traditional cuisine.

Platja D’Aro Spain Education School Trips highlights include:

  • Day to Barcelona including Nou Camp
  • Sagrada Familia
  • Spanish ‘Gymkhana’
  • Local school interchange

At Activ4 school tours we encourage students to spend time with local students by visiting local schools to practice their language skills and engage with students their age and understand their culture.

An excursion to the cosmopolitan city of Barcelona is a must including La Sagrada Familia, Gaudi’s most famous and unfinished masterpiece. As well as being one of the most visited buildings in the world it is Barcelona’s most important landmark and a UNESCO World Heritage site.

A Tour of Europe’s largest football stadium, the world famous Camp Nou, home to one of the most successful clubs in the world can be organised. The tour starts with visiting the teams changing room, a walk through the famous tunnel onto the pitch, press room and the impressive Barcelona FC Football Museum.

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Platja D’Aro Spain School Education Trips

  • Duration: 4 days 3 nights
  • Board: Full board
  • Passengers: 40
  • Free Staff Places: 4

from: £500pp

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Excursions & Inclusions

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Barcelona, Sagrada Familia, Nou Camp

Where it’s held

Platja D’Aro, Spain

Platja d’Aro is part of the municipality of Castell Platja d’Aro. This means that although it is a bustling resort, just inland you’ll find Castell d’Aro, an ancient village that was built up around the fortified church and medieval castle. This historic part of the town’s legacy is thought to date to around the first century BC. Students can experience a Spanish Gymkhana, where they will purchase ingredients from local, authentic markets, don the chef hat to create tasty traditional cuisine.

Sample Itinerary for Platja D’Aro Spain School Education Trips

Day 1 Depart UK, Arrive in Platja Park

You will depart from a UK airport bound for Spain. On arrival at the Platja Park hotel your group will be met by a member of the Activ4 School Tours resort team who will assist you with check in. School groups have been coming to the resort for twenty years which is testament to how much it has to offer.

Day 2 Spanish Gymkhana, Bowling

This morning you will enjoy your experience of a ‘Spanish Gymkhana’ where you will shop for ingredients before putting on your chef’s hat and creating a tasty traditional treat! In the afternoon you will visit a local school and spend time with local students. You will round off the evening at ‘D’Aro Bowling alley’.

Day 3 Excursion to Barcelona

Today you will head to Barcelona. The bustling cosmopolitan city of Barcelona is the Catalonian capital and has something for everyone. You will start with a visit to La Sagrada Familia, Gaudi’s most famous and unfinished masterpiece. Followed by some shopping at Las Rambles. Don’t forget to visit La Boqueria Market where the colours and activity are stunning.

Day 4 Flight Home

Unfortunately all good things come to an end and today you return to the UK. After breakfast it’s time to check out and head to the airport for the return flight home. The tour officially ends when you get back to the UK, but with a trip this great we are sure that it will live long in the memory…

Platja D’Aro Spain School Education Trips

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