The Infanta Sofia, daughter of King Felipe and Queen Letizia, has started a new stage at WC Atlantic College in Wales, where she began her International Baccalaureate studies at the end of August.
Classes officially started on 5 September, and Princess Leonor’s sister has already had the opportunity to enjoy an outing.
The Infanta leads a discreet life, avoiding public appearances at some of the events organized by her classmates.
However, we already know some of the moments that the young girl has lived in Wales, from the pictures of her farewell to the first snapshots of her arrival at school.
Sofia has completed the first two weeks of her studies in the UK and has certainly settled into what will be her home for the next two years.
Infanta Sofia on an excursion at UWC Atlantic College
Recently, the young girl, along with the rest of the students, had her first big adventure in the Welsh countryside.
As UWC Atlantic reported on its social media, the students took part in an orienteering camp.
They walked 20km from Porthcawl to Nash Point along the beautiful Welsh coastal path.
The school shared on its Instagram account that the students continued their journey through the stunning sand dunes of Merthyr Mawr, crossed the Ogmore River and camped overnight before walking back to campus the following day.
“Our IB1 students set off on orientation camp this weekend, walking 20km from Porthcawl to Nash Point along the beautiful Welsh Coast Path. They navigated their way through the spectacular Merthyr Mawr sand dunes, crossing the river Ogmore before heading to their campsite at Nash Point, camping overnight and walking back to campus the next day”.
According to the institution, the orientation camp gives students the opportunity to learn more about the college’s beautiful location.
“Orientation camp is a chance to learn more about the beautiful location that our students will call home for the next two years and is an opportunity to make lifelong friends”.