• Spain
4 - 52 weeks

Program Details

Year Round
Host Family
Primary Language
Age Min.
Age Max


Starting Price
Price Details
Free: Video informative call

Admin fee: translating docs, checking refs, matching process, stay follow up, advice on visa process.

Other costs:
Round flight fare.
Travel / Medical insurance.
Personal savings for daily life in Spain.​
Visa cost if needed.
Language course costs associated to visa if needed.
What's Included
Accommodation Meals Wifi
What's Not Included
Activities Airfare Airport Transfers Equipment SIM cards Transportation Travel Insurance Visa
Jan 11, 2024
May 30, 2024
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About Program

Do you have some teaching skills? Would you like to learn some Spanish? Are you a first time traveller?

Our homestay English tutor programme is an economical and safe way of travelling and the perfect cultural exchange.
Get free room and board in a welcoming host family in exchange for teaching English to your host kids/family.
10-15 hrs per week tutoring.
No childcare or household duties involved.

Candidates' profile:
Male/Female between 18 to 30 y.o.
English native speaker (host families mostly interested in Ireland, UK, USA, Canada, Australia or New Zealand nationals).
TEFL certificate / English teaching / English tutoring experience a bonus.
Willing and able to plan teaching/conversational sessions.

Lenght of stay:
4 to 52 weeks.
Stays up to 90 days, no visa required
Stays over 90 days, student visa required

Destino Idiomas will provide advice and support to apply for visa.

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Program Highlights

  • All year round
  • Nationals from Ireland, UK, USA, Canada, Australia & New Zealand preferred
  • Free board and lodging in exchange for English tutoring
  • Different locations all over Spain
  • Assistance with student visa procedure

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Yes, I recommend this program

Kellens Review

My Experience was very unique because I lived in 2 different cities with 2 different families. Ana was greatly helpful through everything, including helping me with getting difficult papers whilst in Spain. My advice to anyone doing this program, is don’t be afraid to take the leap, you won’t regret it and Ana will be there to help you through it all. My other advice is to make sure you have completed all your papers and applications before you leave your home country, it’s much harder in Spain.

What was the most unfamiliar thing you ate?
I tried Octopus(Pulpo) for the first time when I was living in Galicia and surprisingly it was one of my favorite foods that I tried throughout the year
  • Super kind and supportive family
  • Good support from Ana
  • Great chances to travel and explore the whole country by myself
  • Spanish government is horribly slow with papers
  • It can be hard getting used to a new culture at first
  • it can be scary going by yourself at first if you’re not super comfortable with the language

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