Language holiday in Greece is a fun way to combine Greek language courses and holidays. Due to the popularity of this holiday type, there are Greek language courses for foreigners in many parts and islands of the country, from popular destinations such as Crete, Lefkada, Paros and Athens, to less tourist places including Andros, Chios, Ikaria, Kavala and Syros.
These language holidays in Greece usually take place in tourist season but intensive courses may also be organized during winter. Levels vary from beginners to specific language courses, such as courses for archaeologists and classicists. These language holiday packages usually include accommodation and cultural tours or other activities in the region.
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Ikarian Centre offers Greek language courses for non native speakers since 1995. Courses take place on the island of Ikaria during summer and in Thessaloniki during off and low season. www.ikariancentre.com
The Athens Centre organizes classes in Modern Greek, summer workshops on various subjects (such as poetry, photography, art or theatre) and cooperates with universities to organize programs together. www.athenscentre.gr
The Alexandria Institute organizes Greek language in places like Athens, Chios, Andros, Monemvasia, Nafplion and more. Their aim is to promote Greek language and cultural heritage to people from all over the world. www.alexandria-institute.com
Omilo offers standard and intensive Greek language courses for foreigners in destinations like Athens, Nafplion, Syros, Lefkada and more. Their courses also include various cultural activities. www.omilo.com
Lexis Centre is a Greek Language and Culture Center that operates in Chania, Crete since 2000. Courses are regular or intensive and levels vary from beginners to the level of perfection. www.lexis.edu.gr
Grecophone offers intensive language courses in the town of Kavala, northern Greece. The centre opened in 2007 by George Howell and caters for all levels of Greek. www.grecophone.co.uk