Speak French in a relaxed setting of Provence!
You have the choice of just registering for classes, but you can also participate in some activities according to your tastes and interests. Participating in these activities will combine discovering the region and entertainment with learning the French language. Your teachers will accompany you and help you to converse in French.
The Provence is the land of light, lavender, castles, roman Art, Ancient village…
This unique landscape offer mountain up to 1500/2000 metres (Mont Ventoux, Mourre Nègre, plateau de Ganagobie…); deep gorges (Verdon, Oppedette, Véroncles…), the lakes and the sea, beautiful forest of cedar, the Garrigue (special botanic); valley of the Durance (one of the main river)… It is an especially contrats of landscape because of a rich history.
Practice your French while talking about the Counts of Provence or about the Art contemporain: that’s a great challenge. Practice your French while tasting local products and while cooking with your teacher is also one of our goal.
With your class, you can choose to visit beautiful villages and historical landmarks in the Apt region and trek in the Luberon natural park; to visit of a goat farm and discover the local industry; to discover the lavender distellery or a mill famous for its olive oil; to discover Roman Art and ancient Roman ruins in Provence; to discover pastry or chocolate secrets; to taste some vintages with a viticulurist and also to know more about truffles with a truffle grower.
Outside of classes you’ll be able to study, relax, take a stroll, ride bikes, or even play some petanque (playing boules) in the village. During the summer, dive into your B&B’s pool. The school will provide you with all the information and documents you need to thrive and have the best stay possible. We have plenty of sporting activities and cultural experiences to keep you busy during your stay in Provence (canoe, climbing cliffs, paragliding, golf…)
In the summer season, our region is full of thematic festivals: theater in Avignon (the largest theater festival in the world), lyrical art in Aix-en-Provence (including opera, dance and classical music), classical piano in Roque-d’Anthéron, opera in Orange and numerous smaller festivals in the neighboring villages.
Discover the French vocable about botanical plants, wildlife, Cuisine Méditérannéenne, sports, litterature, arts, cars, houses in Provence… and more!
You’ll learn lots of French jokes!