Highly reputable language schools, established 28 years ago in Galicia, North West Spain, are now up for sale for the first time. These schools are well-known and respected, and have built an outstanding reputation over the last 28 years and are the go-to name for all things related to learning a foreign language at our 2 coastal locations.

Centrally located ground-floor rental premises with all licenses up-to-date, in perfect condition to continue as is or expand. For the 2022/23 course there is a monthly average of 460 students over the two locations, the business is poised for growth. The schools also provide an in-company teaching service and online courses.

The sale of these highly reputable language schools presents an excellent opportunity for a new owner to invest in an established and profitable business. This is a rare chance to acquire a market leader and grow its potential even further in a sought after and prosperous area of the country. The current owners are willing to provide a comprehensive handover to ensure a smooth transition of ownership, and are also available for viewings on request.

It is worth noting that the schools can be purchased separately or as a whole, depending on the buyer’s preference. The owners are selling due to relocation, making this an excellent opportunity for a motivated buyer to take over and continue the legacy of these successful language schools.

The current owners will provide a comprehensive handover, and are available for viewings on request.

Owners selling due to relocation.

About Galicia:

Galicia, located in the northwest corner of Spain, is a captivating region renowned for its lush landscapes, vibrant culture, and unique identity. With a population of approximately 2.7 million people, Galicia boasts a rich history shaped by Celtic, Roman, and medieval influences.

The region’s breathtaking natural beauty is one of its defining features. Galicia is known for its verdant countryside, rolling hills, and rugged coastline, which stretches for over 1,500 kilometers. The iconic Cíes Islands, part of the Atlantic Islands National Park, are a true paradise with pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters.

Galicia is also celebrated for its culinary traditions. Seafood plays a prominent role in Galician cuisine, with dishes like pulpo a la gallega (Galician-style octopus) and percebes (gooseneck barnacles) delighting locals and visitors alike. The region is also famous for its crisp and refreshing white wines, particularly Albariño, which is produced in the Rías Baixas area.

Santiago de Compostela, the capital of Galicia, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a significant pilgrimage destination. Its stunning Old Town is home to the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, where the remains of the apostle Saint James are said to rest. The city’s vibrant streets are filled with pilgrims, students, and locals, creating a lively atmosphere.

Galicia is known for its strong sense of cultural identity. The Galician language, Gallego, is widely spoken alongside Spanish. Traditional music and dance, such as the bagpipe-driven folk music known as “música tradicional,” reflect the region’s Celtic roots. Festivals like the Ourensan Carnival and the Rapa das Bestas, where wild horses are rounded up and trimmed, showcase Galicia’s unique customs.

In summary, Galicia is a captivating region that offers a perfect blend of stunning natural landscapes, culinary delights, historical treasures, and a vibrant cultural heritage.