Spanish classes in Santa Marta and apartments

Our clases in Santa Marta and apartments:

We are giving classes focused on quality.  We offer Spanish classes in downtown Santa Marta. We can also arrange long term renting of 2 apartments in Santa Marta. The apartments are in the same building as the Spanish classes.
We have been in Santa Marta since 2008. You find us in the historical center of Santa Marta, 2,5 blocks from the beach in the Bay of Santa Marta and around 1 block from restaurants, supermarkets and entertainment. We are also about 2 blocks from the International Marina. For more information about Santa Marta:

Our former students Adam and Turunya from Australia wrote this about renting one of our apartments:

“We also stayed in one of the apartments in the old town of Santa Marta for the month whilst we were studying spanish.  We fell in love with the apartment and felt at home straight away.  The apartment consists of one bedroom, a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom and an area to relax and study.  It is perfectly situated only 2 blocks from the supermarket and one block from restaurants and bars with the Marina an easy 5 min walk away. The apartment is in a very quiet area and is perfect to relax and study and worked out perfect for us for the same cost as a dorm room each night.”



Elsa spanish teacher

Elsa Valencia

Elsa has an academic training in teaching Spanish as a second language, management and a background as a Executive Secretary before she began teaching Spanish.

Aleja spanish teacher

Aleja Alzate

Aleja has except for teaching Spanish as a second language a degree in communication and graphic design.




You can read more about us in these websites:

ANCLAS (Australian National University)
Neotropical now have ties with the Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies (ANCLAS), a teaching and research centre at the Australian National University (ANU).
ANCLAS is attempting to link to Spanish language schools and training centres in Latin America. ANCLAS have found that increasing numbers of young Australians visit Latin America and seek to learn some Spanish in schools like Neotropical as part of their visit. For more information see: