Spanish Courses in Málaga
Seaside atmosphere everywhere you look, Malaga is considered one of the cities with the best climates in Europe. The Capital of the Costa del Sol, where we can find some magical spots: from Nerja, with its famous cave, one of the oldest and best preserved in southern Europe, to the cosmopolitan and world-renowned Marbella, full of charm, luxury and vibrant nightlife.
Málaga has in recent years ceased to be simply a city for tourists, it has become the Technological Park of Andalusia; a niche startups and tech giants such as Ericsson, Oracle and Google. Málaga has the third busiest airport in number of visitors per year in Spain, only behind Madrid and Barcelona, and is connected by AVE train with the rest of the major capitals..
Malaga is sun, it is beach, it’s living vicariously and it is a high quality of life. Local traditions, technology, music, food, and sports make it incomparable, and so there is the very high risk that, once you visit, you’ll never want to leave.
The charm of Málaga Capital lies in its mysterious streets, lined with bars, high-end restaurants and tea rooms, which makes Malaga permeate an original Arabic-feel reminiscent of another era. You can stroll through the historic center, easily accessing some of the best kept secrets of the city: the Moorish castle, the Alcazaba, the Roman Theater and also the birthplace and Museum of Pablo Picasso, one of the best painters in history.
In the new Port area, filled with restaurants, bars and shops, you can walk at any time of day and enjoy the magnificent views..
Make the most of your experience complementing your Spanish course with unique experiences such as Flamenco, Cooking or Art Classes, or traveling around Spain, even doing the mystical Camino de Santiago accompanied by a Spanish teacher, and many other options …
A mere 5-minute drive from the center of town takes you to the fishing neighborhoods of El Palo and Pedregalejo, where tastefully grilled sardines and “fried fish”, accompanied by local Victoria beer, will make your tastebuds melt.
The “Tortas Locas”, a sweet typical of the Costa del Sol, is a light pastry filled with cream and frosted with orange, adding a spicy kick with a hot pepper inside to die for. The Arabic-inspired “Bienmesabe”, are wonderfully tasty deep fried fish chunks, that you cannot leave Malaga without tasting.
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