Nacel's homestay immersion in Spain is an exciting way for international teenagers to experience life with a Spanish family for up to two months during the summer. Host families come from varied social and economical backgrounds and live in a variety of locations (in a big town, in a small city, in a village or on a farm...). Wherever the student’s host family lives, there are wonderful things to discover and absorb.
Students can be placed anywhere in Spain and must accept the placement that is offered. It is very important for us to match the students with the host family, and this is what determines the student’s placement.
Nacel's coordinators select the host families and are available to answer questions and handle any student/host family concerns during the program. Our host families are interested in sharing the daily life with their guests from abroad. They offer students a great opportunity to immerse themselves in Spain and its culture.
The student is hosted on a full-board basis by the Spanish host family.
The new family member is expected to take part in the daily activities of his or her host family. Integration into the family is the ultimate goal of the homestay experience. However, host families are not required to organize activities, visits or excursions. The participant comes with his/her own spending money to cover the cost of activities.
Homestay immersion in Spain
* Price in Euros per participant.
Not included : Application Fees (65 EUR)
Host family accommodation with full board
Airport pick-up and transfer to/from the host family (closest airport)
Support, assistance and 24 hour emergency phone number during the whole program
Airport transfers different from arrival and departure dates
Extra activities organized by the family or others
Extra language courses
Personal expenses and pocket money
Medical, Liability and Emergency Repatriation Insurance
Students interested in a summer immersion in Spain should have:
A minimum of one to two years of Spanish language study
An interest in learning about the Spanish culture
A deep desire to integrate a different family and share actively their everyday life
An enthusiasm for improving language communication skills
A willingness to make new friends
An open and flexible attitude
I would like to thank you for given Marine and Mélissandre the opportunity to spend a great stay in Cadiz. The set-up was just perfect and everything was alright. Unfortunately, I don’t speak a word of Spanish and that’s why I am not able to call Carmen and Paco, who kindly hosted our daughters. But I would be glad if you’d give them my warm thanks. I hope I’ll have the opportunity to organise another stay abroad with your organism. Kind regards, Shirley”
“Dear Nacel, I had a wonderful summer =) Thank you so much for setting everything up. Traci”
"The experience that my son Sterling (17) had while in Barcelona was an amazing and a very positive one. He was very impressed and felt at home with his host family. Not only did he come home with a better Spanish vocabulary , a sense of accomplishment, and a desire to experience more of the world, he came home with some great recipes.
This experience has allowed him the insight into another countries way of life. He is ready to go again and we will be making that happen this summer. We are in the process of lining him up a trip to London, and again to Barcelona. Our Sincere, Thanks, Joanna & Sterling, Melbourne, Florida, USA"
"I went to Barcelona in 1988 for 4 weeks through Nacel. I was so nervous about being away from home and speaking Spanish, but the program was so well organized and the people at Nacel placed me with the perfect family. I stayed in a beautiful summer home in Sitges and did a lot of sight seeing. I had a wonderful experience and I am now a Spanish teacher. I recommend Nacel to all my students."
"I really liked the family I was staying with; they were all very open and nice to me. However, I would have preferred that they take me out to do certain activities some of the time I was there, or do some sightseeing or something of the sort, because there were moments when I got bored during my stay. My bed was also not very comfortable, but I can live with that. All in all I had a lot of fun and I really liked the family."