You can contact us by phone or through the contact form:
Inés Phone (Teacher): (+34) 645 06 09 68
Calle Eugenia Viñes 115 bajo.
46011 Valencia – España
Servicio de Transporte:
BUS 32 line.
METRO 4 y 6 line.
Valencia Bus Turistic, stop: Las Arenas.
Metro Lineas 3 and 5 go from the airport to Valencia. The price of a one-way trip is around 5 euros. Taxis can charge anywhere from 20-40 euros.
A good place to start is a bike shop called Todo Bici, which is located on calle Serreria, 5. You can also contact our hosting partner, Servicios Anfitrión ( Tomas@serviciosanfitrion.com) They have bicycle rental at affordable prices.
In addition, for those of you who are going to spend a long season in Valencia, the city council has made Valenbisi available to everyone. To learn more about this option, you can click on the following link that explains all the details of this bike rental option. https://www.valenbisi.es/
If you are only going to use the metro or tram (it is the same ticket for both options), you can buy tickets at any metro station.
If you are going to use both the metro/tram and the bus, we recommend you buy a card that combines both options. Those tickets are available in almost any Tobacco store.
For initial and intermediate levels (A1, A2 and B1) we have our own material. For advanced and higher levels (B2, C1), we use the books of the publishing house Difusión and the books are El Abanico and El Ventilador. For level C2, we also have our own material.
Our school is accredited by Bildungsurlaub Hamburg.
If there is only 1 public holiday in the same week, class hours are not made up. We always inform our students in advance when they contact us to study with us if there is a holiday during those weeks.
If there are 2 public holidays in the same week, we will make up for one of the classes.
As Solea is a small school, we do not consider it necessary to take a level test. We use our initial contact with any prospective student and the first few minutes that we meet as the means to figure out your level of Spanish. It is more than enough information.
The DELE exam is an official exam uniquely administered and corrected by the Instituto Cervantes. In general, Spanish language schools in Spain and abroad are private centres that prepare students to pass the exam.
Of course! With the exception of small closed school aged groups (17 and younger), our school is tailored to adults, and most of our students are between the ages of 30-50. But of course, all adult aged students interested in learning Spanish language and culture are more than welcome here.
Since we only have 3 classrooms, we have had to give priority to students of legal age. In addition, the material and contents used in the teaching of Spanish as a foreign language to minors are very different. That is why we do have the option of offering Spanish courses to closed school groups, but not in open intensive courses.