Are you planning to come to Valencia during the summer? Now is your moment.
From Costa de Valencia, Spanish language school we are preparing the summer season for the entry of new students. We will conduct all classes in person, adapting to all current measures, with the aim that students can experience both Spanish life and culture.
We have the Escuela ELE Segura seal and the SICTED Certificate of Advanced Good Practices anti-COVID. In addition to this recognition, we have the Accreditation of Excellence in Tourism, in recognition of our actions, maintenance and management of the coronavirus.
Since 20 May, Spain has been aiming to allow countries with a low incidence of cases to send tourists without requiring a PCR or vaccination certificate. The government is negotiating with the other EU countries to make the current regulations more flexible, in order to open borders to travellers from outside and inside the European Union with a low epidemiological incidence. Recently, the regulation that allows anyone who has been vaccinated to enter Spain has come into force.
The requirements for leaving the country of origin and entering Spain, as well as the general and specific measures in force in each autonomous community, can be consulted at https://travelsafe.spain.info.
For weeks now, the Region of Valencia has been one of the regions with the lowest incidence of coronavirus, with around 30 accumulated cases per 100,000 inhabitants. You can rest assured: the incidence is very low and the rate of vaccination is progressing towards herd immunity by mid-summer.
This good situation does not mean that we have to lower our guard: since 24 May, new restrictions for coronavirus have been in force in the Valencian Community, and will remain in force until 7 June, in order to continue within the framework of a prudent and non-disruptive de-escalation. These measures include a night-time curfew that will be in force between one and six o'clock in the morning. Limitations on the number of people at gatherings and the capacity of places of worship will also be maintained. Likewise, capacity limitations have also been established for events and economic activities, and the opening hours of the hotel and catering trade have been extended.
These new restrictions are intended to consolidate the good epidemiological situation, which is gradually approaching the new normal. In view of this, we would like to welcome you, offering quality courses and a varied and interesting programme of activities, always adapted to the current situation. Come, learn Spanish... and live it!