Frequently Asked Questions

1. Why should I choose a camp like Albatross Golf Camp?

Albatross Golf Camp is designed with every last detail in mind so that your child improve their sports and languages, at the same time as having fun, learning to interact with others, sharing activities, gaining independence and, above all, enjoying new, unforgettable and enriching experiences.

Furthermore, the camps also free the parents of the numerous daily obligations they have with their children and allow them a few days of respite. Spending a few days apart is also beneficial for the parent-child relationship. The children learn to place greater value on what they have (in every sense) and the parents can rest and recharge their batteries.

2. What is the language learning methodology?

The language classes at our camps, both Spanish and English, will be integrated, interactive and dynamic, taught by bilingual teachers.

We also offer the chance for the children to improve their knowledge of other languages such as French, German or Chinese.

3. How will my child integrate and adapt to the camps?

Thanks to our team (instructors, teachers and directors) the children will easily cope with the 2-3 first days of integration into the camps and adaptation to the methods used in them.

4. Will my child be in good hands?

Your child will be supervised at all times during this camp within a family environment in small groups.

5. What does the price of the camp include?

The price for overnight boarders includes:

  • Accommodation on a full board basis, snacks and laundry
  • Any local journeys necessary during the camp
  • Official Albatross Golf Camp Polo Shirt
  • Golf Courses: Physical conditioning session, sports psychology, technical coaching on the driving range, personalised golf swing video analysis sessions, practical rules course, practice on 9 and 18-hole courses, various individual, partner and team Match and Stroke Play competitions
  • Other sports and languages: lessons, courts and classrooms, teaching material and competitions (horse riding, sailing and the extra language classes incur an additional cost of €100)
  • Trips and recreational activities
  • Civil Liability and Accident Insurance
  • Prizes for the different competitions
  • Individual report on the activities undertaken

The price for day boarders (from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.) does not include accommodation, breakfast or supper.

A discount of 5% is applied to any second siblings who enrol and 10% for third siblings.

6. Can my child travel to the camp alone?

Albatross Golf Camp will collect your child at the airport of arrival (Jerez de la Frontera, Seville, Gibraltar and Malaga), or at the train or bus station indicated by you (Jerez de la Frontera, El Puerto de Santa María or Cadiz), with due care and on time so that your child is never alone at any time. Airlines have an unaccompanied minor service, if you consider this to be necessary

7. How is my child getting on?

The parents can contact the camp management at any time. Times at which the children may contact their parents will be established.

8. Can I visit my child during the camp?

In order to run a successful camp it is recommended that the children do not receive visits. For any parents or family members who wish spend a few days in the Bay of Cadiz, Albatross Golf Camp organises tailored trips which are excellent value for money. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

9. What documentation should my child take with him/her?

Students must bring with them the original and a copy of their Social Security card in order to access health care, and their private health care card if they have one, as well as their National Identification Document. Foreign nationals should bring their European Health Insurance Card and their National Identification Document/Passport. If any special medical treatment is required please let us know, and this will be carried out under close monitoring. Foreign nationals must have travel insurance.

10. Does my child need to take money with him/her?

the cost of the camp includes all the necessary expenses, although we recommend that the child brings a little extra money in case they wish to buy something. The organisation looks after the money and administers it according to the family’s instructions.

11.What does my child need to pack?

1 pair trousers, 2 pairs shorts, 5 polo shirts, 5 t-shirts, 1 sweater, 5 pairs of socks, underwear, 1 pair of trainers, 1 pair of canvas shoes or similar, 1 pair of slippers, 1 pair of flip flops, 2 pairs of pyjamas, 2 swimming suits, 1 beach towel, sun cream, mosquito repellent, lip care protection balm, wash bag and golfing gear. The laundering service is free and clothes should be labelled with the child’s name.

12. What kind of food will my child be eating?

Our chef will create a healthy and balanced meal plan specially designed for each of the 4 daily meals, taking into account the needs of each child and all the activity that they will be carrying out each day. The children will always have fruit, biscuits, milk and other basic food stuffs to snack on between meals if they so require. Our instructors will always make sure each child has a quality and varied diet, rich in fruit, vegetables and dairy products. Any specific need the children may have with regard to their diet will be closely monitored by the organisation.