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for teenagers aged 11 - 16
"FRENCH IMMERSION VACATION"
YOUR LANGUAGE VACATION INCLUDES SUPERVISED ACTIVITIES
Once lessons are over for the day, teenagers will enjoy a schedule of activities and excursions together.
Below is only a "sample schedule" as each our schedule rotates but will give you an idea of what to expect in Monaco.
WHAT TO EXPECT ON A TYPICAL DAY IN MONTPELLIER
9.00am - 10.30am: Day starts, prepare for classes.
10.30am - 11.00am: Break
11.00am - 12.30pm: Classes finish for the day and you will enjoy lunch together on campus. Followed by some free time.
2.00pm - 11.30pm: Organized activities together with our staff supervising on or off campus. Free time. Dinner etc.
EXAMPLE OF ACTIVITIES & EXCURSIONS IN MONTPELLIER
This will include a selection of cultural, educational and fun activities from a Welcome Meeting, Town Walk, Beach-volleyball and Beach games, Workshops, Indoor Games, Video Nights, Farewell Evening (beach or disco), "Photomania", Discos. Half-day excursions (one per week) to Sete, Grotte de Clamouse/Pont du Diable, Nimes and Lac du Cres. Full-day excursions (one per week) to Avignon/Pont du Gard, the
Camargue, Grotte des Demoiselles/St Guilhem, La Bambouseraie, Uzes/Musee du Bonbon Haribo and Lac du Cres.
Location of campus
Our stunning French language campus is perched over the towns of Cap D'Ail (France) and Monaco Ville (Monaco) and offers beautiful views of the Mediterranean Sea. The campus measures 3.5 hectares and offers a picturesque park that enjoys expansive terraces and mature, well-kept gardens with an abundance of flowers and trees.
The waterfront is a 20 minute walk from the campus. The distance is due to the fact that the campus is located on top of a steep incline. At the foot of the incline, students can swim in a large public sea pool. The camp staff also take them, by bus, to other popular swimming beaches as a part of camp excursions in the afternoons (which are about a 15 minute bus ride from the camp).