The most popular language camp in France

Since 1985 we have been organizing language camps in Antibes and now, from one generation to the next, our students are taking home with them an address book of friends for life.

These kids and teens come to us to learn French or improve, share games around the pool or try their hand at sailing for the first time.

In addition to all of that, they return home with an affection for France, good memories and a new, broader perspective on the world.

€995 per week

All-inclusive Program:

  • French courses

  • Accommodation

  • Meals

  • Activities & excursions

  • Security & transportation

  • 6-7 / 8-11 / 12-17 yo
  • June 23 - Aug 24, 2024
  • Courses & activities: €699
  • Courses only: €399
  • +€100/week for 8/11 y.o.
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A day in Antibes


Antibes, 11 miles from the Nice Côte d’Azur airport is an upmarket seaside resort where students can get around the town center and sandy beaches on foot.

It is a medium-sized easy-going town that is typical of the Côte d’Azur, where kids and teens will find their bearings easily.

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Why attend a language camp in Antibes?

For 37 years we have been organizing language camps in Antibes.

Antibes is an intimate town where everything is reachable on foot. As such, students have the freedom to enjoy the beaches and seaside and explore the charm of the old town just a few yards away.

What does the “all-inclusive language camp” in Antibes include?

From being collected at the airport to being taken back on the day of their departure, students only have their pocket money, exercise books and pens to manage.

French classes, accommodation, full board, entertainment, excursions, evenings, return transport to the airport, learning materials and sporting equipment are all included.

Where will I see improvements in French?

Improvements will come mainly in your spoken French and in your confidence in expressing yourself in French and in general.
Teachers use active teaching methods, know how to put their group at ease and elicit spontaneous spoken responses through dynamic role play.
Participants will overcome their shyness and inhibitions and become more confident in their ability to express themselves in French by responding to or making an argument.

Are students permitted to be off-campus without a chaperone?

Whilst 12-Year-olds are not permitted to leave the premises unaccompanied, over-13s can have free time to go to the beach or go shopping coming back in time for dinner at 7.30 pm.

With a parental release form, 16-17 year-olds can have a 10 pm curfew from Monday to Thursday. On Fridays and Saturdays the curfew is extended to 1 am and the school's shuttle buses bring them back to campus.

Can I attend a language camp as a day student?

Those who wish can opt to attend classes every day or attend the language camp in its entirety as a day student.
From the beginning of classes until the end of the afternoon, day students attending the language camp will attend French classes, eat lunch, participate in activities and the whole daily program before returning home in the evening.