The school is designed specifically for our programs in the typical Caribbean style. Its open architecture creates a relaxed and inviting atmosphere that encourages intensive learning. Due to the area’s year-round temperate climate, classes take place under thatched roof learning areas surrounded by tropical gardens.
In addition to our excellent programs, beautiful setting and professional staff, the school offers a library stocked with books on grammar, the Mayan culture, religion and travel in Mexico, and many other publications. The open aired and air conditioned conference rooms are ideal for guitar and salsa classes, and our weekly gatherings.
The school is located just six blocks from the white sand beaches and in the center of Playa del Carmen.
Playa del Carmen is a beautiful city that sits on the Caribbean Sea coast. It used to be a humble fishing village and the stopover for travelers visiting Cozumel Island. It is blessed with the same stretch of white sandy beaches and blue waters as other spots in the peninsual. Tourists then began to see Playa del Carmen as a good holiday getaway, and so began its rise as a major destination. It is now home to various hotels, restaurants, resorts, and bars and clubs, not to mention many other attractions such as adventure sports facilities and great diving opportunities.
Quinta Avenida is the city's major street. It is filled with boutiques, restaurants, and many other interesting establishments. Walking along this street will make you feel the festive atmosphere of the place. Here you will find internet cafes, money changers, dive-shops and other specialty stores. Quinta Avenida transforms into a vibrant party venue at night. It is the perfect place to mingle with the locals and fellow tourists. The picturesque beaches in Playa del Carmen are open to the public. The crystal-like waters have the right temperature for a nice swim.
The city offers lots of sporting activities at the beach. You can fish, scuba-dive, or snorkel. Do not worry if you forgot to bring your gears since there are many dive shops that rent out equipment. If you do not prefer some action, you can always relax by lounging under your umbrella. As for culinary adventures, the city also has many interesting things to offer. It has a diverse mix of traditional, international, as well as fusion cuisines. Options include authentic Mayan dishes French, Italian, Chinese, Argentinean, and many other international dishes. Visit the bustling yet charming Playa del Carmen. This heavenly, stylish, and surprisingly seductive place will astound you with all its unique offers. Do not miss it.
You can move around the city either by bus or car. There is a taxi system available and also car rentals for tourists. It's an easy to get around city since all major interest points are near each other except the ruins. To get to the ruins there is a nice bus system. They don't have a fix schedule, they leave when they're full.