Family in Barbate, Cadiz looking for some help with our children, Spain



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 Min stay requested: 1 month or more

  • Description


    We are a young family with 2 children of 6 and 2 years. We live in the south of Spain very close to the beach. In a town in Cadiz, we both work outside the home and need help with the children. Collection of school, walk, studies.

    Somos una familia joven con 2 niños de 6 y 2 años. Vivimos al sur de España muy cerca de la playa. En un pueblo de Cádiz.ambos trabajamos fuera de casa y necesitamos ayuda con los niños. Recogida de colegio, paseo, estudios.

  • Types of help and learning opportunities

    Types of help and learning opportunities

    Babysitting and creative play

  • Cultural exchange and learning opportunities

    Cultural exchange and learning opportunities

    I live in a charming place, good weather, with a lot of history

    Vivo en un lugar con encanto, buen clima, con mucha historia

  • Projects involving children

    Projects involving children

    This project could involve children. For more information see our guidelines and tips here.

  • Help


    I need a person who helps me with the children and who can practice the language

    Necesito una persona que me ayude con los niños y que puedan practicar inglés con ellos.

  • Languages spoken

    Spanish: Fluent
    English: Beginner

  • Accommodation


    We live in a big house near to the beach.

    Vivimos en una casa grande muy cerca de la playa.

  • What else ...

    What else ...

    Barbate is a coastal town located in the province of Cádiz, Spain. It has great, large, sandy beaches and a marina for sailboats.

    Barbate is situated at the mouth of the River Barbate, some 7 miles (11 kilometres) along the coast to the east of Cape Trafalgar and within the La Breña y Marismas del Barbate Natural Park. The "Tómbolo de Trafalgar", a local point of interest comprises a sandy isthmus joining Cape Trafalgar to the mainland. from the 1930s the town was known as Barbate de Franco because General Francisco Franco spent leisure time there. It ceased to be called this in 1998 after a decree was passed by the Junta de Andalucia. Barbate has a long history of fishing stretching back to Roman times when fish salting was at its peak.

    Barbate is popular with Spanish tourists in the summer.

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    A little more information

    • Internet access

    • Limited internet access

      Limited internet access

    • We have pets

    • We are smokers

    • Can host families

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    Hours expected

    Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week

Host ref number: 194567495362