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Chiclana de La Frontera Teens Multi Adventures Camp - Cadiz, Andalucia. Spain

INTRODUCTION

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Here on the uncrowded and unspoiled Costa de la Luz coast Camp is launching its first ever Surf Camp alongside our challenging Adventure Camp and established English and Spanish Language Camps.

 

Just 8 kms from our accommodation in Chiclana de la Frontera, a short drive takes us through picturesque orange groves to the white sands and clear blue Atlantic waters of the Playa de la Barrosa. Importantly, this highly rated beach has Blue Flag status, awarded only to beaches where the sand and sea-water offer high standards of hygiene, health, safety and lifeguard cover.

 

This beach is the base for our Surf Camp and for most of the exciting activities of the busy Adventure Camp. And the beach is perfect for leisurely beach games and just chilling out. Away from the coast our excursion programme takes campers through the dramatic scenery of colourful Andalucía to visit its historical towns and cities of culture including the picturesque, ancient port of Cadiz and impressive city of Seville.

THE ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation

The Camp base is at an attractive and superbly equipped complex built in traditional Andalucian style. Campers stay in 2-4 bedded rooms with either en-suite facilities or in two adjacent rooms that share a bathroom.

 

Boys stay in their own building, with a shady covered patio and comfortable common rooms for leisure activities and relaxation.

Girls have exclusive use of the Casa de las Monjas building which is close by. The girls enjoy its adjacent palm lined, colourful garden. Both boys and girls share the on-site facilities.

Facilities

The complex has an impressive range of excellent facilities offering an absorbing choice of leisure and sports facilities for our campers. Amongst the most popular will be the fine Olympic-size swimming pool, the two articial climbing walls, a 200 meter zip line and the basketball courts. This is soccer mad Spain, so no surprise to find that the site has two practice pitches (hard surface) with conventional pitches about 15 minutes away.

 

Campers who love the open-air have a choice between mountain bike and hiking trails that wind through shady eucalyptus forests. There are modern classrooms for our Spanish and English Language programmes, media centres and a well-equipped 200-seat theatre with outdoor stages and cool patios. One of the most interesting features on-site is an ecological farm where the campers can learn about green issues, the local environment and the traditional method of making their own ecological bread in a wood-burning oven just the way it has been done for centuries.

 

Off-site the beach provides exciting opportunities for surfing, boogie-boarding, stand-up paddling, kayaking, snorkelling, beach volleyball and beach football.

Camp Organization

The typical day is divided into four main activity periods with two sessions in the morning and two sessions in the afternoon. Campers are assigned to groups according to the Speciality Camp chosen and then by age and/or skill levels. On every weekday morning all campers join the speciality camp that they have individually chosen in advance – Surf, Adventure or English or Spanish Language.

 

During the first and second afternoon activity periods campers sign up for their individual choice from a selection of activities. All the activities are organised and supervised (the average ratio is 1:6) by our carefully selected group of dedicated and experienced counsellors. They make a fun, friendly and caring team who will work hard to ensure that every camper has a great time.

Meals

Our group will eat together in one of the two spacious dining rooms. The generously portioned meals are varied in content, are nutritious and freshly prepared. Meals will normally be served at the following times:

 

08.30 Breakfast

13.00 Lunch

17.00 Snack (served when we are on-site only)

20.00 Dinner

Medical Information

If you haven’t done so already, please be sure to complete the medical form and submit it to us at least 4 weeks before the start of camp. It is essential that this form is completed as clearly and accurately as possible, as it provides both the camp director and the health care staff with vital health and other information.

 

MEDICAL AND INSURANCE PROCEDURES

The camp fees cover basic first aid care provided by our staff. Should your child require special care, medication or hospitalisation and you have not subscribed to the Camps accident/illness insurance you will be fully responsible for all the costs incurred. In this case, we will make the following arrangements for any costs to be settled:

 

For small amounts, or where the care provider is not able to send invoices directly to your own insurance company, we will either deduct the amount from your child’s pocket money, or settle the costs from camp funds and send you an invoice. In either case, the care provider’s invoice will be sent to you should you wish to claim from your own insurance company.

 

For larger amounts, where direct settlement is necessary, we will supply the care provider with the details of your own insurance policy. If your child is covered by the Camps accident/illness insurance, we will make all the necessary arrangements for any costs to be settled by the insurance company.

 

MEDICATIONS

It is camp policy that all medications are presented to the health care staff on arrival at camp and they will be kept and dispensed by our staff. If your child requires any medication (prescription or non-prescription), please ensure that it is clearly labelled with your child’s name and provide clear written instructions as to how it must be dispensed.

 

Prescription drugs must be in the original container with licensed physician’s instructions. Should your child be required to keep any medication on his/her person (e.g. an asthma inhaler), please provide a written medical certificate from your family doctor to this effect.

Parent-Student Communication

We highly recommend that communication with family and friends be done by email. Please mention your child’s name in the subject line.

 

CALLING YOUR CHILD

Many of our camps are large and operate in a number of different buildings. All of our camps are very busy, with a full programme of activities from wake-up to lights-out. Telephone calls to your child, therefore, can interrupt a child’s camp routine, and homesick children in particular do not often benefit in the long term from telephone conversations with their parents. In fact, hearing parents’ voices often makes the situation worse.

 

In addition, a child who has regular telephone contact with his/her parents can make other children without such contact, particularly those sharing his/her room, feel forgotten and encourage feelings of homesickness which would otherwise not occur. It is for these reasons that we do not encourage incoming telephone calls to children at camp, and counsellors strongly discourage children from telephoning home.

 

One of the main reasons for children attending residential camp is to encourage independence, and speaking to parents breaks the continuity of the experience. If you would like information on your child’s progress at camp, please contact the camp during office hours to arrange a suitable time to speak to either the camp director or your child’s counsellor.

Visiting your Child

We welcome visits to camp by children’s parents or guardians, but please consider how your visit will affect your child’s adjustment to camp life. Receiving a visit from a parent can be more upsetting than a phone call for a homesick child and can be disruptive to his/her growing sense of independence. If you would like to visit your child, please telephone the camp director to arrange a time that is convenient both for the camp and for your child.

 

For obvious security reasons, we normally only allow visits from the parents or guardians named on the Summer Application Form. If you wish other family members or friends to visit your child(ren), please provide a written request to the camp director in advance of their visit. In addition, please ensure that the camp reception is advised of your child’s departure from and return to the camp, should you wish to take them away from the centre.

Homesickness

If you receive a letter, email or telephone call from your child expressing concerns or strong feelings of missing home, you should telephone the camp and discuss the situation with the camp director. If your child is taking time to adjust to camp life, his/her counsellor will already be paying special attention and encouraging him/her to make new friends and join in with games and activities.

 

The camp director will ask that you reinforce the same message with a positive reply. Let your child know that you understand the feelings but maintain confidence in his/her ability. Communicating by email is preferable to telephone calls as hearing a parent’s voice can make the situation worse. Ask specific questions to help him/her to focus a reply.

 

With support from camp and home, most children, even those who seem extremely upset in the first few days of camp, can make it to the end of the session. The majority of these children will have enjoyed their stay and will feel a huge sense of achievement – some even wish they could stay longer!

 

In very rare cases, though, a shortened stay at camp may be considered as the only answer for a homesick child. You should discuss this with the camp director, and never suggest this to your child until a decision has been made. Once you show doubt that your child can make it through to the end of the camp, he/she may lose confidence in his/her own ability and give up trying if they feel that going home early is an option.

Rules and Policies at Camp

SMOKING AND DRINKING ALCOHOL

At all our camps, we maintain a very strict policy that children are not allowed to smoke or drink alcohol at any time. This policy is reiterated very clearly to all children on the first evening of camp. This policy applies to all children at camp, whether or not they are allowed to smoke or drink at home, and whether or not they are legally old enough to smoke or drink in the country of the camp.

 

Should your child smoke or drink alcohol at camp, the camp director will contact you immediately to discuss what action he or she feels is appropriate in the specific circumstances.

 

In the case of drinking alcohol, the appropriate action is always that your child is sent home at your expense as soon as is reasonably possible. In the case of smoking, the camp director may feel that a strong warning is more appropriate, on the understanding that a second violation of the rule will result in your child being sent home, again at your expense.

 

In this case, the camp director will look for your support and ask that you explain the situation very clearly to your child by telephone in order that there is no misunderstanding. It is very important that you discuss this policy with your child before he or she travels to camp, in order that he/she fully understands the implications of smoking or drinking alcohol at camp.

 

POSSESSION OR USE OF ILLEGAL DRUGS

Should your child possess or use any drugs at camp, other than those prescribed for medical reasons, he/she will be sent home immediately at your expense. We reserve the right to also notify the police given the seriousness of this matter.

 

MOBILE TELEPHONE

If children decide to bring their mobile phone to camp please understand that campers younger than 13 will be required to hand them in at reception to be kept safe and that they can have access to them only during afternoon free time using a sign-out / sign-in procedure. Campers who are older than 13 years old will be allowed to keep their phones with them under very strict rules which are explained to them on the first day. If these rules are broken the mobile phone is confiscated and returned to the camper on departure day.

 

DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

It is important that children treat the property of Camps and its suppliers with the greatest of care and respect. Any damages resulting from negligence, even if accidental, will be invoiced to the parents or guardians, who, as part of the booking conditions, agree to this stipulation. Where individual guilt cannot be accurately assessed, damages will be shared amongst those involved and families invoiced accordingly.

 

FREE TIME

Every day at camp is well-structured and very busy, with a wide variety of activities on offer. For this reason, we find it extremely beneficial to both children and staff to offer them some free time during the day. During free time, there are always alternative activities available and counsellors are assigned to supervise children in both the activity and accommodation areas. Should a visit to the local village be offered in free time, children will be supervised according to our excursion supervision policy, as stated below.

 

EXCURSION SUPERVISION

At some point in all excursions, children are given “free time” for shopping for souvenirs, having a snack, etc., in a designated, controlled area. During this time, not all children are with a counsellor. The following explains our supervision policy on excursions:

 

  • Children 12 years and younger are always accompanied by a counsellor (the exception to this is inside Aqualand and similar activity parks where counsellors are stationed about the various attractions).
  • Children 13 years and older will not be accompanied at all times, but will always be in groups of a minimum of three children.
  • All children will be given emergency phone numbers.
  • Meeting points and times will be established and shown to the children.
  • The maximum amount of time between meetings will be 90 minutes.
  • Counsellors will be stationed at various locations around the designated area in case of an emergency.

 

If your child is 13 years or older, but you prefer that he/she be accompanied by a counsellor at all times during excursions, please indicate this preference in writing to us before the start of camp. If we do not receive your written instructions to the contrary, we will assume you agree with the above supervision policy.

THE ACTIVITIES

 

Sample Daily Schedule

 

 

Mornings   

07:30 – 08:00 Wake up
08:00 – 09:00 Breakfast
09:00 – 10:30 Period A – Speciality Programmes
10:45 – 12:15 Period B – Speciality Programmes

 

 

 

 

Afternoons     

12:15 – 13:30 Lunch
13:30 – 14:00 All camp meeting
14:00 – 15:30 Period C – Sign-up Activities
15:45 – 17:15 Period D – Sign-up Activities
17:15 – 18:15 Free time
18:15 – 19:30 Dinner

 

 

Evening    

19:30 – 21:30 Evening Programme
22:00 Lights Out – Yellows (10-12 years old)
22:30 Lights Out – Reds (13-14 years old)
23:00 Lights Out – Blues (15-17 years old)
Saturday Excursion Day 
Sunday Morning: Late wake up call, breakfast and relaxed morning 

This is a sample schedule and may be subject to change

Adventure Camp

This is an exciting and challenging programme that introduces campers who are enthusiastic about outdoor life to a thrilling range of water sports and beach activities. Just 10 minutes from Camp a short drive takes us to our beach base, the beautiful, uncrowded Playa de la Barossa with its extensive stretch of white sand washed by the turquoise water and rolling waves of the Atlantic Ocean. The activities also take adventure campers into the forests and trails that surround the camp and use the excellent on-site activity facilities at our campus.

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

This new programme will be in the hands of the Village Camps Adventure leader and his staff working closely with specially selected local, qualified adventure experts with a constant emphasis on care and safety. Every morning activities will be planned and the campers prepared in advance for the two great weeks ahead! From the beach-base we start with an introduction to Surfing with the specialist qualified instructors of the local highly regarded and experienced Surf School. On other days every camper will snorkel in crystal clear waters, go Boogie Boarding and master the art of Stand-Up Paddling. Another thrill is learning to kayak with the reward of making it out to a small castle on a tiny island off the shore. There will till be time for beach volleyball, swimming and just chilling out. And for something different Stunt Kite Flying, an exciting fun pastime where we launch controlled kites high into the blue skies working off the beach.

Away from the beach enjoy the mountain biking and hiking trails through a shady Eucalyptus forest close to camp, climbing, abseiling and archery.

 

ACCOMMODATION, EXCURSIONS & ACTIVITIES

The Village Camps base is at the Complejo Campano in Chiciano de la Frontera, an attractive and superbly equipped complex built in traditional Andalusian style. The impressive range of excellent leisure and sports facilities include a fine Olympic-size swimming pool, two artificial climbing walls. a 200 meter zip line, basketball courts and two practice hard-surface soccer pitches with conventional pitches about 15 minutes away.

Surf Camp

Welcome to the first ever Village Camps SURF CAMP! You will learn to master and improve your skills and perfect your techniques in this challenging but very rewarding sport. As well as the successes there will be lots of fun, hard work and the inevitable thrills and spills. Just 10 minutes from Camp a short drive takes us to our beach base, the beautiful, uncrowded Playa de la Barossa with its extensive stretch of white sand washed by the turquoise water and rolling waves of the Atlantic Ocean.

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

This new programme will be in the hands of the specially selected, qualified experts of the highly regarded and well established local Surf School. Our counsellors will always be there to take care of the group too. As ever with Village Camps the constant emphasis is on care and safety. Every weekday morning in these two great weeks we will take the 10 minute drive to the Surf School base to start our programme of morning lessons. We expect every camper to have lots of fun whilst making good progress. Later on each day there will be time for other beach activities and adventures in and around camp.

ACCOMMODATION, EXCURSIONS & ACTIVITIES

The Village Camps base is at the Complejo Campano in Chiciano de la Frontera, an attractive and superbly equipped complex built in traditional Andalusian style. The impressive range of excellent leisure and sports facilities include a fine Olympic-size swimming pool, two artificial climbing walls, a 200 meter zip line, basketball courts and two practice hard-surface soccer pitches with conventional pitches about 15 minutes away.

Spanish Laguage Camp

Another step forward to gaining confidence in the spoken language through fun activities.

Acquire new language skills, meet and mingle with a broad spectrum of international teenagers and get to better understand Spain and its culture … all this while enjoying an action-packed fun-filled holiday.

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

The overwhelming philosophy here and at all language camps is to make sure that campers learn Spanish in an engaging and fun way. The guiding principle is gaining proficiency in speaking and comprehension. In all, there are 15 hours per week of practical instruction. The teacher/camper ratio averages 1:10 and is usually less.

Assessment is continuous. An appropriate certificate is awarded at the end of camp and an individual written report is sent to the parents.

 

ACCOMMODATION, EXCURSIONS & ACTIVITIES

The Village Camps base is at the Complejo Campano in Chiciano de la Frontera, an attractive and superbly equipped complex built in traditional Andalusian style. The impressive range of excellent leisure and sports facilities include a fine Olympic-size swimming pool, two artificial climbing walls, a 200 meter zip line, basketball courts and two practice hard-surface soccer pitches with conventional pitches about 15 minutes away. It is a 10 minute drive through orange groves to the white sandy beach and blue Atlantic waters.

English Language Camp

Another step forward to gaining confidence in the spoken language through fun activities

Acquire new language skills, meet and mingle with a broad spectrum of international teenagers and get to better understand Spain and its culture … all this while enjoying an action-packed fun-filled holiday.

 

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

The overwhelming philosophy here and at all language camps is to make sure that campers learn English in an engaging and fun way. The guiding principle is gaining proficiency in speaking and comprehension. In all, there are 15 hours per week of practical instruction. The teacher/camper ratio averages 1:10 and is usually less.

Assessment is continuous. An appropriate certificate is awarded at the end of camp and an individual written report is sent to the parents.

 

ACCOMMODATION, EXCURSIONS & ACTIVITIES

The Village Camps base is at the Complejo Campano in Chiciano de la Frontera, an attractive and superbly equipped complex built in traditional Andalusian style. The impressive range of excellent leisure and sports facilities include a fine Olympic-size swimming pool, two artificial climbing walls, a 200 meter zip line, basketball courts and two practice hard-surface soccer pitches with conventional pitches about 15 minutes away. It is a 10 minute drive through orange groves to the white sandy beach and blue Atlantic waters.

 

Evening Activities

The busy evenings are full of challenging games and spectacular events with available time for quiet, relaxing breaks too. Full use will be made of the generous on site facilities including the swimming pool, basketball courts, the theatre and disco.

 

Some of the most popular evenings will be:

  • Summer Camp Team Big Night – Fast moving competitive games, sports and fun team competitions
  • Summer Camp International Night – campers are divided into country groups and work together to prepare and serve traditional dishes to the whole camp. Afterwards each group presents on stage a sketch, act, song or dance, typical of their country as part of a colourful and fun all-camp spectacular show.
  • Summer Camp Last Night Prom Party and Awards Ceremony – with the presentation of camper-awards followed by a farewell disco-style Prom.

Excursions

Andalusia has a wealth of exciting excursion possibilities from which our excursions will be selected.

 

Cadiz and the Aqualand Bahjia de Cadiz

Visiting reputedly the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in Europe with the historic centre completely surrounded by water. Lots to see and shopping opportunities before a chance to cool down on the afternoon visit to Aqualand.

 

Whale-watching Boat Trip in the Straits of Gibraltar – and Kite Surfing

The boat departs from Tarifa (2-hour coach journey) and organises sightings of whales and dolphins before returning to Tarifa, the Kite Surfing capital of Europe, to see professional demonstrations of this dramatic sport.

 

Roman Ruins of Baelo Claudio and Playa de Bolonia

Guided visit to the ancient archaeological ruins of Claudio Baelo with its impressive temple, forum and basilica – followed by a visit to the nearby Bay of Bolonia for a refreshisng swim and some fun watersports.

 

Gibraltar visit and Algeciras Aqualand

Gibraltar, commanding the strategically important but narrow Straits between Europe and the North African coast, has a fascinating history. Our visit takes us high up the Rock to see the famous wild Barbary monkeys before entering the spectacular floodlit caves of St. Michael’s cavern. There is time to visit the town for shopping and sightseeing before cooling off at the Algeciras Aqualand waterpark on the way home.

Optional Activities

On each weekday, Camp offers a great choice of ‘sign-up’ optional activities for the two afternoon sessions. Here are some of the options that we are likely to offer:

  • Abseiling
  • Aerobics
  • Archery
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Basketball
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Climbing
  • Cooking
  • Drama
  • Football
  • Kayaking
  • Mountain Biking
  • Mountain Hut Overnight
  • Radio controlled Stunt Kite Flying
  • Snorkeling
  • Stand up Paddling
  • Surfing
  • Swimming
  • Table Tennis
  • Trail Hiking

LOCATION & GETTING HERE

Location

Just 8 kms from our accommodation in Chiclana de la Frontera, a short drive takes us through picturesque orange groves to the white sands and clear blue Atlantic waters of the Playa de la Barrosa.

 

Chiclana de la Frontera is a town and municipality in southwestern Spain, in the province of Cádiz,[1] Andalusia, near the Gulf of Cádiz. It belongs to the association of municipalities of the Bay of Cádiz (Bahía de Cádiz), the provincial capital of Cádiz, Jerez de la Frontera, San Fernando, El Puerto de Santa María, Puerto Real and Rota which form the third largest metropolitan area in Andalusia, behind Seville and Málaga, and the twelfth largest in Spain

Closest Airports

 

The Camp site is well served by three international airports. Our preferred airports are Jerez Airport (30 minute drive) and Seville Airport (90 minute drive). However if flight schedules for any camper are unsuitable we will use Malaga Airport although it has a much longer transfer time (2 hrs 30 minutes) and is consequently more expensive. If Malaga is the selected airport please apply for confirmation.

Getting Here

By air plane/ car

From Seville and Jerez de la Frontera Airports:

  • Get on A-4 towards Jerez/Cadiz from Calle a la Terminal del Aeropuertoand Calle Aeropuerto Viejo.
  • Continue on A-4. Take E-5 and AP- 4 to Av. Reyes Católicos/N-340.
  • Take exit 10 from E-5/A-48 toward N-340a/Chiclana de la Frontera.
  • Continue on Av. Reyes Católicos/N-340 Until you see a restaurant called Venta Campano.
  • Immediately after that turn right on to Calle Campano.

Escorted Travel

TRAVEL FORM

In order to provide the best and safest experience for your child, it is important that we receive comprehensive information about his/her travel method. Arrivals and departures outside the validity period will not be accepted. The Travel Form must be returned at least 4 weeks before the start of camp.

 

Please complete this form as clearly and accurately as possible, and return it to us as soon as you have confirmed travel arrangements for your child for an extra coast. If your child does not require our escorted travel service please be sure to inform us about it.

 

Your child will often be one of many children arriving at the airport or train station to be escorted to camp. Whilst our representatives will always try to arrange for onward transport to camp with the minimum of delay, it should be understood that your child may be required to wait at the airport or train station for up to two hours before he/she commences the onward journey, due to flight delays affecting other children and/or difficult traffic conditions.

 

Upon arrival at the destination airport or train station, your child should look for a Camps representative, who will be displaying a Camps sign. Airports and train stations can be quite crowded and hectic, you should instruct your child to wait at the airport’s or train station’s information desk should he/she not locate our representative on arrival.

Packing List

The following is a minimum recommended list of items to bring to this camp based on a 2-week stay. Bed linens and studying materials will be provided. Campers are advised not to bring valuable items. We will not be responsible for items lost or stolen.

 

CLOTHING

  • …3 Confortable trousers / suitable for general activities
  • 14 T-shirts
  • 3 Sweatshirts / Pullovers
  • 1 Coat / Fleece
  • 14 Underwear
  • 6 Shorts
  • 2 Pyjamas
  • 1-2 Swimsuits
  • All-purpose activity shoes
  • Indoor sports shoes, with non-marking soles
  • Trekking / Trail walking shoes (worn in)
  • Waterproof rainjacket
  • Sunhat / Baseball cap
  • Inexpensive sunglasses

 

TOILETRIES

  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Shampoo
  • Soap
  • Brush or comb
  • Personal hygiene items
  • Bath towel
  • Swimming towel
  • Waterproof sunscreen and lip balm (SPF 20+)

 

GENERAL EQUIPMENT

  • Small backpack eg. 20 litre capacity
  • Water bottle (0.75 litre+ capacity)

Pocket Money

Your child should bring pocket money for the purchase of snacks and souvenirs. A “camp bank” is operated at every camp and children should, therefore, deposit their pocket money on arrival at camp. We will not be responsible for money that is not deposited in the camp bank.

 

As availability of money exchange facilities varies from camp to camp, please ensure that your child brings enough local currency for the duration of camp in small denominations to facilitate its distribution each day. We suggest that your child should bring € 150-200 for a 2-week session depending on his/her age.

 

Passport and Visas

Please ensure that your child has a valid passport and appropriate visas for all the countries he/she will be visiting. No refunds will be made when a child is unable to start camp due to delays in obtaining appropriate passports or visas.

 

Passports and other travel documents will be collected for safekeeping upon arrival at camp and returned at the time of departure. Please note that to comply with local police regulations, all children must have either a passport or other valid identification deposited at the camp office for the duration of the camp, even when they have been brought to camp by their parents.

Children Travelling as Unaccompanied Minors

Most airlines offer an unaccompanied minor (UM) service to parents for children travelling alone. Generally, this service is offered to children 12 years and under, but some airlines extend this service to older children on request.

 

Upon arrival at the destination airport, your child will be accompanied from the plane to the arrivals gate by an airport or airline representative, where they will be handed over to a Camps representative. For the return, your child will be accompanied to the plane by either a Camps or airport representative, depending on the airport’s policy.

 

If you wish your child to travel as a UM, you will be required to complete the airline’s Handling Advice for Unaccompanied Minors Form. Please complete this form for both the outward and return journeys and ensure that any charges levied by the airline are settled for the return journey to avoid any problems at the airport.

 

While filling the UM form with your airline, they will require the name and phone number of our staff member meeting your child upon arrival at the airport. Please contact our office to obtain the required information.

 

LOW COST AIRLINES

If you book your child’s flight with a Low Cost airline, please be sure to check their age policy. Most Low Cost airlines have strict age requirements and will not let your child travel alone if he/she is not old enough.

PRICES & PACKAGES

Dates Available

Dates: July 2nd to July 15th

Dates: July 16th to July 29th

Price

2600 Euros per person per 2 weeks

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