Valencia, Spain

Field Trips for Valencia, Spain

You are encouraged to participate in the included program field trips; possible destinations are listed below. These excursions generally take place on weekends. Dates and destinations may change at the discretion of the Resident Director.

Xàtiva & Wine Cellar Tour


The ancient core of this special city was officially declared a Site of Historical and Artistic Interest in 1982. We will visit the streets of the old quarter, the famous castle, and admire its spectacular collection of monuments born of a turbulent past and present.

Wine Cellar

Celler del Roure is a family winery owned by Paul Calatayud, an agricultural engineer training and wine lover a man who is getting not only to recover a local variety almost extinct, had it, but making a great wine with it, Maduresa.

Celler del Roure has the three farms into which the property is located approximately 550 m. altitude, soils varied textures characterized by both sandy and clay French-limestone, which has opted for different varieties: sent (almost disappeared), Monastrell (native to the south of Valencia), syrah, cabernet sauvignon, merlot and petit verdot.

Dénia & Las Rotas


Modern day Dénia is the heir of very diverse cultures. The Iberian, Roman, Islamic and Christian civilizations left their mark which we can discover by means of its monuments, museums, archaeological ruins and neighbourhoods.

We will stroll through the city centre, with its terraces, shops and buildings of historical interest, and climb the steps to the Castle and discover its towers, walls and of course, its Archaeological Museum.

In the exterior, Les Roques neighbourhood will astonish you with its narrow streets and its low level houses.

Las Rotas

Les Rotes, 4 km rock beach, virgin and wild, ending in what is for many the most beautiful enclave of the city: the end of Las Rotas, crowned from the top of the tower Gerro and Cape San Antonio dividing Dénia Xàbia.

Playa de Las Rotas Marine Reserve is declared by the richness of its waters, especially highlighting the Cova Tallà at the end of the beach, formed by a natural part doorway.

This walk 4 kilometers is a meeting point for travelers, who choose to exercise or walk beside the sea.

Quick Details

2017-18 App. Cycle

Summer I (4 weeks): Late application may be possible - Contact USAC

Summer I & II (8 weeks): Late application may be possible - Contact USAC

Summer II (4 weeks): Open

Fall or Yearlong: Filling quickly

Spring: Open


Minimum GPA: 2.5

Program Type



U.S. Credit

Program Capacity

40 students


English | Spanish


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