Learn Spanish in Malaga

Wake up to clear blue skies, golden sun, and the refreshing salty air from the Mediterranean and start your day by learning Spanish in Malaga! This dynamic port city offers a harmonious mix of past, present, and future, with Roman ruins, a castle and a fortress dating back to the times of Muslim rule, stylish modern architecture, and colorful splashes of street art. Malaga is proud to be Picasso's hometown, and it continues to nurture the artistic sensibilities of each resident and visitor with a robust gallery scene and more than 30 museums. Immerse yourself in its vibrant culture by wandering along its many pedestrian streets, where you'll find traditional Andalusian tapas bars, trendy bars and restaurants, and plenty of shopping opportunities; then make your way to the beach or into the hills surrounding the city for a burst of subtropical colors and flavors. A prime position on Spain's Costa del Sol means that when you study Spanish in Malaga, you can stroll through the palm trees to the sandy beaches and go for a swim every day after class.

School facilities & location

  • School is housed in a beautiful 19th-century Andalusian palace with many balconies
  • 24 bright, sunny classrooms
  • Andalusian patio and indoor lounge areas
  • Library and multimedia center
  • Computers for student use, study tables for laptops
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen and vending machines
  • Wheelchair access
  • Downtown location surrounded by markets, museums, shops, bars, cafés, restaurants
  • 10-minute bus ride or walk to the best beaches of Malaga with a bus stop right outside the school
  • Walking distance: Carmen Thyssen Museum (5 min.), Picasso Museum (7 min.), Roman Theater (7 min.), Cathedral (7 min), Alcazaba (10 min.), Plaza de Toros (bullring) (15 min.), Centro Pompidou (20 min.), Contemporary Art Museum (20 min.)
  • Free activities: City tour, Paseo del Muelle Uno, Centro Pompidou, Alcazaba, Gibralfaro Castle
  • Optional excursions: Granada, Seville, Nerja, Cordoba, Gilbraltar
School Activity Agenda

Activities in Malaga - Sample week

Monday | 17h. Guided tour of Malaga
Tuesday | 17h. Spanish movie night
Wednesday | 17h. Visit to the Pompidou Center
Thursday | 17h. Shopping in the central market
Friday | 15.30h. Sports afternoon- football matches

Learn Spanish

Choose one of our Spanish courses in Malaga for a well-rounded Spanish immersion experience. We are committed to helping each of our students feel comfortable speaking in Spanish, no matter what level they have when they first arrive. All our Spanish classes emphasize student participation to limber up your tongue and build new muscle memory so you're prepared you to use your Spanish when you're out and about in Malaga. Our innovative teaching methodology and supportive learning environment make learning Spanish interactive and fun. Whether you opt for private Spanish lessons or group classes, our teachers will give you the personalized attention you need to make leaps and bounds in your language fluency.

Travel Through Malaga

Discover Malaga, a city which has reinvented itself in recent years without losing any of its historic charm. Witness the passion of flamenco, walk along the lively Larios Street, try a refreshing gazpacho, spend an afternoon in the Picasso Museum, visit the historic bullring, or climb up the hillside to see a Moorish palace from the 11th century. There's always more to explore when you study Spanish in Malaga.

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Alcazaba Fortress

The history of the Alcazaba is the history of Malaga. Next to the Roman theater, this Andalusian fortress has guarded the city with its majesty for more than a thousand years. Extensively restored, this palace-fortress dates from the 11th-century Moorish period, History and beauty in one place.

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Discover Malaga

Malaga is steeped in more than 3,000 years of history, with warm weather all year round and thrilling Andalusian fiestas such as the Feria in August. Discovering the city has never been easier with our Spanish school’s terrific location on an animated street, just minutes to almost anywhere: the famous Carmen Thyssen Museum, the quaint Historic Center lined with fragrant orange trees… and the beautiful Malagueta Beach!

MALAGA FAIR

August 11-19. This is definitely the biggest festival of the summer. Malagueños spend all year waiting for this spectacular event.

DOLL HOUSES AND TOYS EXHIBITION

See Spain's biggest private collection of doll houses, with more than 50 unique models. Centro de Exposiciones in Benalmádena

CLASSICS IN 2043

Until August 31. To celebrate the 25th birthday of the FNAC store, six famous illustrators reinterpret the covers of some of the era's most important works.

BONSAI COLLECTION

Large collection of centenarian trees and forests togther in one museum. MUSEO DEL BONSAI Avda. Dr Maíz Viñal Marbella, s/n

MALAGA PICASSO MUSEUM

Every Sunday. Visit Malaga's Picasso Museum for free and discover all of the artist's known and unknown art.

QUICK FACTS ABOUT MALAGA

567k
city population
65ºF
average yearly temperature
62
miles of bike routes (99 km)
€8.60
movie ticket
38
museums
300+
sunny days per year

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