About us

Contact us

Agent zone

This website uses cookies. By continuing to browse the website, you are agreeing to the use of our cookies and to our privacy policy. Find out more about cookies here

Summer Camps in England

Learn English in England and offer yourself the opportunity to get fully immersed in the language, culture, style and the history that makes this country so unique.

Soak up the heritage, the dynamic energy and the friendliness of the people. The fantastic range of activities, excursions and sightseeing that Alpadia proposes at their English language summer camps will ensure that students live an enjoyable and entertaining summer language education experience!

Bath

England

From
660 GBP

Located in a historic building in the heart of the city, our centre is just moments from the magnificent Bath Abbey and wonders of the Roman Baths.

Brighton

England

From
800 GBP

With imposing views over the English Channel and Brighton Marina, our course centre is located in one of Brighton's most desirable positions.

10-17

Keele

England

From
715 GBP

The centre boasts leafy pedestrian walkways, a secure site, free WiFi, easy access to all facilities and an award winning catering team.

10-17

London-City

England

From
850 GBP

Our centre is ideally located, right in the heart of vibrant and trendy Hoxton, Shoreditch, the perfect location from which to discover all the different activities the city has to offer.

13-17

Torquay

England

From
580 GBP

Enjoy panoramic sea views from our large junior centre in Torquay.

Did you know?

  • In total, there are over 300 languages spoken in England other than English.
  • The English invented and developed the world’s earliest railways, operating the first underground railway in 1863, in London.
  • From 1066 to 1362, French, not English, was not the official language of England.
  • The London Eye is the world’s tallest observation wheel, taking 30 minutes to go around once.
     

London

The Capital of Cool

One of the leading cities in the entire world, London leads the way in music, art, culture, design, fashion, shopping and even food. Its multicultural population and long British history make this city THE place to be. From Tower Bridge and the Tate Modern to Buckingham Palace and Arsenal or Chelsea’s football stadiums, our centre’s unique setting in the heart of London means the capital is your playground.

Right on the border of zone 1 of the City of London, Shoreditch district is a fashionable neighbourhood and this popular corner of London has numerous art galleries, high-quality restaurants and is very much the cutting edge of London contemporary life. It is a perfect destination for a summer course combining language classes, cultural and enriching discoveries and experiences, sports and fun simultaneously.

Keele

An Idyllic Countryside Campus

Keele is in North Staffordshire halfway between Manchester and Birmingham. Staffordshire has a rich cultural heritage and is renowned for the craftsmanship of its world famous potteries in Stoke-on-Trent such as Wedgwood and Royal Doulton.

A calm yet vibrant town, Keele is particularly adored for it beautiful countryside setting. The Peak District National Park crosses into the north east of the county and the breathtaking Cannock Chase, with thirty thousand acres of forest and heathland, are in the south.mWith an impressive 617 acres of landscaped parklands, fields, woodlands, lakes and extensive sports facilities, Keele is the largest integrated campus university in the UK. The country's biggest theme park, Alton Towers is around 45 minutes away and the beautiful Peak District is only 20 miles from Keele. The town's central location means it is easy to get anywhere in the country.

Set in a close knit and friendly community, this is the perfect place for a summer English course offering a beautiful, rural location and a wealth of cultural and sports activities.

Brighton

The Charming Coastal City

Set on the English south coast, Brighton is one of the most diverse and colourful city experiences in the UK! Lying between the beautiful South Downs and the English Channel, Brighton is a seaside resort with a wide range of things to do and places to visit. From beachfront fun, to iconic tourist attractions, Brighton boasts a 19th century Royal Palace and a famous pier, cool independent shops and cultural art galleries. All of this just an hour south of London! With a generous selection of activities for youngsters, this coastal experience provides a great opportunity to learn English in an eccentric city that caters to all tastes.

Bath

A quintessentially British experience

Bath has been a popular destination for tourists for over 2,000 years. People would flock from all over Europe to bathe in the natural hot springs in the Roman bathhouse and visit the temple of Sulis Minerva. Then in the 18th Century, the spa again was the focal point

that attracted people to build the magnificent city we see today. There’s no surprise why this jaw-droppingly beautiful place has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

On top of its rich history, there is so much to do and see in Bath. Walk around and explore the Edwardian buildings or join a river boat trip down the River Avon. Or if you want to simply let off steam, kick around a football in the Sydney Gardens or beat your friends in a game of crazy golf. The small-town environment creates a safe and friendly place to relax while having fun. It won’t take you long to see why this is deemed one of the most beautiful cities in the UK.

From Bath, you can easily access some of England’s most iconic destinations. A visit to Stonehenge will take you back 5,000 years as you explore the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe. While you’re there, visit the medieval city of Salisbury or the prosperous maritime history of Bristol. Bath is a great destination for a quintessential British experience.

Torquay

A secret slice of paradise

Few people know UK’s best kept secret. Torquay, based in the South of England, is a resort getaway for those who want to get some sun while away. Torquay boasts a micro-climate with warm weather, soft sand and beaches lined with tropical palm trees. Torquay is the perfect place to relax, whilst immersing yourself in English. The marina will transport you to a continental getaway, with stunning yachts, fancy boutiques and a relaxed atmosphere. For those looking for entertainment, jump on the English Riviera Wheel to check out the sights. Test your skills at Jungle Journey Adventure Golf, check out the aquatic life at the zoo and aquarium or go support Torquay United at the Plainmoor football stadium. This unexpected paradise is a contrast from the rest of England. A day trip to more traditional British towns will take you to Dartmouth Castle, “coasteering” in Devon’s sea caves or Dartmoor National Parks.

Need help?

Contact us Online enrolment Free online quote