Study Holiday available time

Saturday 20 June 2020

Study Holiday Week 1

Saturday 27 June 2020

10:00am Check out

Event Details

Saturday 20 June 2020

Study Holiday Week 1

The intensive course is for one week only; however, you could book the apartment for an extra week(s) prior the start of the course. 

Saturday 27 June 2020

10:00am Check out

Saturday 27 June 2020

Study Holiday Week 2

Saturday 4 July 2020

10:00 am Check out

Event Details

Saturday 27 June 2020

Study Holiday Week 2

The intensive course is for one week only. Similar accommodation are available in the area if you wish to extend your holiday

Saturday 4 July 2020

10:00 am Check out

About the italian Intensive course

Italian Intensive Course First Lesson

Learning Italian

Italian intensive course timetable: the first Italian lesson will take place Monday- Friday between 9:00 - 11:00. 

In the first sessions we will be topic-based with embedded elements of grammar (according to the language level). I will endeavour to group people by their language skill level.

Break Between each Lesson

coffee break

During the Italian intensive course there will be half an hour break between lessons to drink an Italian coffee and eat a slice of Italian cake

Italian Intensive Course Second Lesson

Italian conversation

Italian intensive course timetable: the second Italian lesson will take place between 11:30 - 13:30. 

The second sessions focus more on Italian conversation, games and to prepare for our afternoon visits. Activities can range from exploring the Italian vocabulary and phrases we could be using during our visit and acquiring  information about the place to visit.

THE nearby ITALIAN PLACES for our afternoon visits

Wine tasting

wine tasting

During your study holiday in Italy, in the afternoon at about 4:00pm you can join the group in visiting a local family owned winery, find out how they make their wines and indulge yourself in tasting their produce. Entrance ticket applies. 

Evening  free to explore. 

Historical visit

Cistercian  Abbey in Fiastra

During your study holiday in Italy, in the afternoon at about 4:00pm you can join the group for a visit to the Cistercian  Abbey in the Nature Reserve 

Entrance ticket applies. 

Evening  free to explore. 

Nature walk

Lake of Fiastra Italy

During your study holiday in Italy, in the afternoon at about 4:00pm you can join the group for a relaxing afternoon  at the lake within the National Park of the Sibillini Mountains, where you can swim, boat, walk, cycle, or just relax. 

Evening  free to explore.

Archaeological Park

The Archaeological Park of Urbs Salvia in the Marche

During your study holiday in Italy, in the afternoon you can join the group for a guided tour of the local archaeological park. 

Entrance ticket applies. 

Evening  free to explore.

Trail in San Ginesio

San Ginesio the Province of Macerata in the Marche region Italy

During your study holiday in Italy, in the afternoon at about 4:00pm you can join the group for a trail in the local medieval town, using your direction vocabulary and navigation skills to search for key places. 

Evening  free to explore.

First and last day

suitcases

No activities have been planned for Saturday or Sunday to give you time to unpack and settle in, to your holiday surroundings before the italian intensive course starts.

alternative accommodations

how to get there

Le Marche region map route from Perugia and Ancona Airports

Airport

 

Travel from UK. -Ancona and Perugia airports -both approx 1hr 15mins drive away; Ryan Air fly daily from Stansted. Rimini and Pescara airports take about 2 hrs driving time and Bologna is approx. 3hrs away. Rome Ciampino airport is about 3hrs 30mins driving time but once beyond the ring road it is a lovely scenic drive through the mountains across Italy. Ryan Air provide services to these destinations from various UK airports.

Map of Italy le Marche region

Location

 

By car 

From Ancona airport (Italy) travel south from the A14 autostrada that passes along the Adriatic coast-line to Civitanova Marche exit. From there take the SS77 superstrada, then the SP78 and local roads, the house is between Colmurano and San Ginesio. 

From Perugia travel towards the East to pick up the SS77 superstrada, details directions with maps and photographs will be emailed before departure.

Italian restaurant

Extra information about the area

 

There is a range of delightfully individual restaurants and bars in the locality and similarly a good choice of fish restaurants at the coast. Most are reasonably priced and some are more sophisticated for that special evening out, treat, or celebration. Very many share a pride and commitment to providing quality local food and good service. This area of Italy is unspoilt by mass tourism and local people are generally keen to assist visitors.