Learn Spanish for the Camino
Some people will say you don’t need Spanish on the Camino de Santiago. And, yes. You may get away without any Spanish at all.
You’ll be missing an amazing opportunity.
- An opportunity to show your respect towards your host country.
- An opportunity to talk to local people and be invited into their lives.
- An opportunity to learn more about Spain and its culture.
Also, what do you do if any of these happen?
🤔 You have a problem that can’t be explained with a smile.
📴 Your phone battery is dead and you can’t use your translator.
🤐 There are no English speakers around
There were days I felt lonely, and sometimes isolated, as I was in a village and there was no one else there but locals and I couldn’t communicate.
I found Google Translate isn’t your friend. It’s like a twisted cousin who can cause you more harm than good.
You could get by without Spanish but… why would you want to just get by?
My name is María and I can give you exactly the Spanish you need to get the most out of your Camino de Santiago.
I make learning Spanish really simple and relaxed. Even if you’re a little nervous or aren’t sure where to start, I break it down so you’ll be able to learn the new words and phrases you’ll need very easily.
Start learning Spanish for the Camino
Mi primer Camino de Santiago is a short novel written in easy Spanish (A1-A2), perfect for those who have walked or are planning to walk the Camino de Santiago in Spain and want to improve their Spanish skills. But it’s also suitable for anyone looking for a fun and effective way to improve their Spanish through stories.
Whether you need sporadic help with your Spanish, you want to brush up your knowledge or you’re looking for a special Camino programme, I can help.
1:1 or in small groups.
Book a 20-minute free consultation to discuss your options.
Spanish Pronunciation Masterclass
An online self-paced course
Video lessons, exercises, feedback and support…
Learn how to pronounce any Spanish word you see.
I actually have done the Camino, mostly the French route but also I did a good bit of the Northern route starting in Oviedo.
Having been at Maria’s class, I was almost fluent after her excellent tuition.
Every lesson was so perfect and just the right size to go back and study over without feeling intimidating.
I feel well equipped.
Maria was very responsive, helpful and encouraging.
It was a pleasure being a student in your class. You are a very helpful and kind person and a very competent teacherwho makes learning fun. Thanks for all your support during the last months.
The Zoom lessons you taught were phenomenal. I’ve wanted to learn Spanish for years. Your approachable lessons is just the kickstart I needed to build that confidence. Thank you!
Every little bit will enrich your experience and ease your struggles/worries.
The one thing that helped me the most during my Camino was the ability to communicate in Spanish.