CELTA Course Dates & Fees via Oviedo, Spain
Training Centre in Oviedo, Spain
- Onsite Library
- 15 minutes from city centre
- Local bus route
- Course materials provided to trainees
- Two venues
- Disabled facilities
- Cafes and restaurants nearby
The teacher training centre in Oviedo, Asturias Spain has been training teachers since 2010. The main centre overlooks the mountains and is a 15 minute walk from the city centre.
Accommodation in Oviedo
The teacher training centre in Oviedo can offer accommodation in shared apartments for the trainees during the duration of their CELTA courses in Oviedo. Applicants can talk about their accommodation needs during their interview with the CELTA course tutor, part of the free application process.
Why take the CELTA in Oviedo, Asturias?
A deeply historic city bursting with character, Oviedo offers scenic mountain views, plenty of shops, lively nightlife with lots of restaurants, and a bustling student population.
You must visit Oviedo's beautiful cathedral, Catedral de San Salvador, which is the city's centrepiece. Now a UNESCO world heritage site, the Cathedral dates from the 9th century with the chapel containing key symbols of medieval Spanish Christianity.
Museo Arqueológico de Asturias is Oviedo's fascinating archaeology museum, with prehistoric items and an exhibition about the medieval kingdom of Asturias. A must-see when in the town.
For more information on Oviedo, check out the official tourist information website.
Once you have finished with your CELTA and have some spare time to explore, we recommend seeing more of the Asturias region. It's definitely one of Spain's best-kept secrets, as it's one of the rare parts of the country that sees more rain. This means that Asturias offers beautiful, green scenery all year round -- perfect if you enjoy the outdoors!
You can visit the beaches in Costa Verde while you are in the region. It's known for having a dramatic coastline -- think rolling hills, hidden coves and rocky cliffs. It's a true spectacle to visit and great for a relaxing day out.
Asturias is known for its specialty foods, which you must try. In Spain, the region is known as ‘El Pais de Queso‘ which in English is "The Land of the Cheese." Whereas Spain produces some fantastic cheeses, it's Asturias that offers over 100 different types of artisanal cheeses. While you are in the region, you can also visit a local dairy farm and watch the process. Along with their cheeses, the region produces its own cider. Unlike Swedish or Irish cider, Asturias' cider is flat and cloudy and not as sweet. Again, you will be able to find a cider tour which is a must.
You can see more information about Oviedo via the official tourism website.