Spanish course in Malaga, Spain
Malaga is a fantastic location for studying Spanish and learning more about the culture, as it is a very typically Spanish city not spoilt by tourism, despite having such long, sandy beaches! Home to around 20 museums, as well as many theatres, art galleries and historical monuments, Malaga certainly has plenty to offer those interested in Spanish culture! Despite all this, Malaga has escaped becoming an overly ‘touristy’ location, as most foreign holidaymakers tend to stay in the other tourist destinations along the Costa del Sol. This means that Malaga has retained its ‘typically’ Spanish character, and this, plus the friendly and welcoming nature of the locals makes it the perfect location to practice speaking Spanish with native speakers on an everyday basis.
Our school in Malaga
Spanish lesson at our school
Courses in Malaga
Our school in Malaga is located just a couple of minutes from the Picasso museum, one of the most visited attractions in Malaga. The school is in a reformed 19th century building and is walking-distance from the beaches, main shopping areas, restaurants and bars.
Our school offers computers and free Internet connection for students along with a well-stocked library where students can borrow books, videos, dvds and other materials to get some extra practice.
Students can choose from group courses of 20 or 30 classes per week, individual tuition, specialist courses on Spanish history, literature and culture and business courses.
Spanish class at our school
Spanish cooking class
Accommodation in Malaga
If students want to practice their Spanish outside of the classroom and learn more about the culture, they can choose to stay in one of our local host families. We also offer shared apartments with international students from the school or private apartments subject to availability.
All accommodation is located within 10 to 20 minutes’ walk from the school, so you can make the most of the central location to visit the city.
Students from our school
Cultural activities in Malaga *
- Welcome party
- Guided visit of Malaga
- Evenings out
- Spanish film evenings
- Dance lessons
- Cookery lessons
- Excursions to Frigiliana, Nerja, Granada, Cordoba, Seville, Ronda and Morocco
* (Precise cultural program may vary)
Arrival in Malaga
You can take the airport bus 19, to Downtown Malaga, or you can take the train to the centre of Malaga and then take a taxi. Our school can also arrange airport transfer services.