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At Pichilemu Language Surf School, you have the small school advantage, where each group and private class is specifically designed for students like you. Pichilemu is famous for its spectacular beaches with beginner to advanced surfing waves. Surfing is great for beginner to advanced surfers, and surf breaks in Pichilemu is very consistent all year.
This package includes accommodation in a private room in a hostel with access to a shared kitchen. There is limited space also the organizer offers accommodation in a share room (dorm, 9 beds) for a lower price. Both hostels are located a few steps of everything in downtown Pichilemu and minutes from the ocean.
Pichilemu Language Surf School provide students with a variety of packages to enhance and enjoy what Pichilemu has to offer. From surf lessons to homestay experiences and the best accommodation information, they will make sure your stay in Pichilemu is more than the experience of the classroom.
The point break in town has a sand bottom, but the currents and size generally make it an intermediate wave. The program also includes Spanish classes. The language school offers comprehensive language learning experiences, and they encourage cultural exchanges and provide learners with meaningful knowledge and opportunities to develop confidence to speak the language and immerse themselves in a new culture. During the high season months, finding a group is generally no problem due to the amount of students who join the school. The main priority is that you are group with students with a similar level. The Spanish and surf classes run on Monday to Friday.
A surf week includes five group surf lessons, from Monday to Friday. Each class is two hours per day and includes all the equipment. Classes take place in Pichilemu’s playa principal (main beach) near Puntilla point. Class size depends on the season. Big classes are more common during summer.
There are easy beach breaks for beginners. The point break in town has a sand bottom, but the currents and size generally make it an intermediate wave.
The program also includes Spanish classes. The language school offers comprehensive language learning experiences, and they encourage cultural exchanges and provide learners with meaningful knowledge and opportunities to develop confidence to speak the language and immerse themselves in a new culture.
Learning a language is not an easy accomplishment but an extremely rewarding one. Much of it depends on the student: Do you want to learn enough to get by or to live and work in a Spanish speaking environment? Do you already know a second language? Do you enjoy practicing with others?
All the classes you take add to your total knowledge, so you will never regret even a few classes to help clear some doubts.
During the high season months, finding a group is generally no problem due to the amount of students who join the school. The main priority is that you are group with students with a similar level.
The Spanish and surf classes runs on Monday to Friday.
This surf camp will be held in Pichilemu in Chile. The Pichilemu Language Surf School is located in the town center, two blocks from the beach. Its central location makes travel between hostels and homestay accommodation accesible by bike or on foot. Also, there are excellent options for restaurants, markets, coffee shops, and shopping right out the front door.
The school is on the third floor of a building in the town center. This location has nice classrooms and a privileged view of the ocean and town. Students are welcome to hang-out in a comfortable reception area or an enclosed terrace to study, exchange books, surf the internet, and socialize.
Pichilemu is located in the Cardenal Caro Province and O’Higgins Region (also known as the 6th Region) and on the central coast. Pichilemu is located three hours and 30 minutes by bus southeast from the Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport (SCL) and the capital Santiago.
Pichilemu is a sleepy fishing community with a thriving developing scenery. It is a country town known for its world-class surf culture.
It is mostly slow-paced except for the summer months. It has beautiful landscapes and a loyal following of surfers and windsurfers from Chile and abroad.
The weather is agreeable all year, the accommodation prices are affordable outside high season and the beaches and surf are truly representative of the wild Pacific.
When studying Spanish in Pichilemu, you will be minutes away from Punta de Lobos, a world-surfing reserve, and Cahuil, known for its rural scenery and production of sea salt. There is a rich variety of arts and crafts available in this area, and some of them include work with clay and wool.
Pichilemu is located a short distance from Santa Cruz, which is located in the heart of Chile’s wine valley. Home to 30 boutiques and more to larger wineries, wine tours are plentiful, top quality, and very affordable. In addition, Santa Cruz is home to a plethora of quality restaurants. A cannot-miss event is the annual fall wine harvest festival which takes place in March.
Some of Chile’s best wineries are in the nearby Colchagua Valley. They are located about one to one and a half hours drive from Pichilemu, a little longer by bus. Pichilemu Surf School can organize transportation for students who are interested.
There are a number of options to practice yoga in Pichilemu. Classes run at different times during the day at various locations. You can pay as you go for classes which is convenient for travelers staying for short periods of time.
Please book your flight to arrive at Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport (SCL).
From the airport, you can take an airport shuttle bus. There are two options, a blue bus (metro company) or the green bus (Turbus). It is recommended that you take the green Turbus since its last stop is inside terminal Alameda. They leave every 20 minutes from the airport. You will pay your ticket before getting on the bus.
When you enter Pichilemu by bus, you will be able to see the building. Pichilemu Language Surf School is located at Anibal Pinto 21 (Anibal Pinto and Ortuzar). They are on the third floor right in the heart of downtown Pichilemu. They are across the street from COPEC, a gas station and a reference when asking local public transportation colectivos for your stop.
If you are far south, it is recommended that you take a comfortable overnight bus back to Santiago, then to Pichilemu via Melipilla. If you are only coming from el Maule Region or Bio Bio Region, you can take a bus to San Fernando first. From San Fernando, the bus companies Nilahue or Pullman del Sur leave every hour and takes around two hours and 3o minutes to three hours to get to Pichilemu.
There are also two companies that offer van shuttle services and private taxis, Transvip or Delfos. They accept all major credit cards and you can pay for your trip inside the airport before getting into the van or taxi.
The trip from the airport to terminal Alameda costs around 7,000 CLP for a shared van, while a private taxi is 19,500 CLP. If you are carrying a lot of luggage or surf boards, a private van might be the best option. Approximate cost is 26,500 CLP.