I'm a UK citizen, planning on getting my PPL this year. My goal was to train intensively, taking lessons several times a week. Unfortunately the UK weather means that even if you have the time and money to train that often, it's easier said than done since lessons are called off more often than not due to a low cloud base or rain.
I was thinking I might be able to get it done faster if I went somewhere like Spain or Italy where the weather is better, but obviously for this to work I'd need to find somewhere with English instruction. I'm assuming if I could find such a place, then as long as the school was EASA certified then the hours would count towards a UK PPL and I could just return home at the end to take my checkride and written exams.
Does my plan make sense, or is there a flaw I've overlooked? If it would work, can anyone recommend a good school that meets these criteria?