Much of the week's teaching and activities programme will remain flexible until we know the individual learning aims and levels of the students involved, but a typical course will look like this:
Arrival at Arjac and tour of the property and hamlet. Welcome apéro and introduction to course.
Dinner with hosts.
Lessons from 9am to 1pm. Lunch. Afternoon visit to the nearby mediaeval town of Najac.
Apéro and dinner with neighbours followed by French film on the Arjac big screen.
Lessons from 9am to 1pm. Lunch. Afternoon visit to the abbey and village of Conques on the Chemin de Saint Jacques de Compostelle, one of the Grandes Gloiresof France.
Dinner and film.
Morning visit to the weekly market at Villefranche de Rouergue, one of the best markets in SW France. Lunch. Lessons from 2pm – 6pm. Apéro and dinner with hosts.
Lessons from 9am – 1pm. Lunch.Afternoon visit to the cathedral and Toulouse Lautrec Museum in Albi and the spectacular hilltop village of Cordes sur Ciel. Dinner and film.
Morning visit to the weekly market at the beautiful town of Saint Antonin Noble Val on the Aveyron River. Lunch. Lessons 2pm -6pm. Apéro and dinner with neighbours followed by French film on the Arjac big screen.
Lessons from 9am – 1pm. Lunch.Afternoon visit to St Cirque Lapopie, a magnificent medieval village perched on a cliff above the Lot valley.
Apéro and final dinner with hosts followed by French film on the Arjac big screen.