Malaga is a charming city, as the thousands of students who come to our city each year will testify.
The capital of the Costa del Sol has one of the most important Spanish language teaching infrastructures in the worlds, initiated with the creation of the University of Malaga’s Spanish for Foreigner courses in 1947 and which are still currently available.
Furthermore, there area private schools, integrated in the Malaga Spanish Language Schools Association (ACEM), some of which are over 25 years old, provide a variety of options.
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Malaga where, apart form learning Spanish, one learns the art of living
These words summarise what many authors have reflected in their works about Malaga: its light, its marvellous climate and the welcoming nature of its people. The essence of Malaga people comes from the melting pot that incorporated all those civilisations that, over the centuries, inhabited the area: the Phoenicians, the Greeks, the Romans and the Moors
Malaga has managed to conserve its Spanish and Andalusian character, despite being located just a few kilometres from such well-known tourist destinations as Marbella or Nerja.
For many reasons, Malaga is the ideal place to study our language and get to know our culture, not only due to the professionalism of the language schools, but also because of the open character of Malaga’s people and the variety of leisure activities that the city offers and which multiply the opportunities of getting to know people to have fun with and practise all that is learnt in the classrooms.
A magnificent climate for having fun outdoors
To go to the beach almost every day of the year, lie in the sun or savour a delicious plate of fish in any of the little restaurants to be found all along the five kilometres of beachfront esplanade.
To practise water sports, tennis, horse riding, or simply take a walk and admire the beauty of the “Montes de Malaga Natural Park”, located to the north of the city.
To walk through the city’s magnificent parks and gardens, visit his historical monuments, go on a “tapas” route, or sit out on the terrace of its bars and restaurants to relax after an afternoon of shopping in its commercial areas.
To enjoy the magic of the Andalusian nights, listening to live music - jazz, flamenco o blues - or having a few drinks with friends and … to finish up with a breakfast of hot chocolate and typical “churros” at "Casa Aranda".
Culture to suit everyone’s taste
The cultural attractions of the city makes it possible for students, either on their own or in groups with the schools to:
Apart from classes, the Spanish language schools organise a number of interesting activities throughout the year:
Flamenco dancing to get to know our typical dances, such as the Verdiales, Malgueñas or the famous Sevillanas.
Festivities of all kinds: welcome and goodbye parties, barbecues in the country or on the beach, parties organised with a wealth of details and others got together on the spur of the moment.
Sports competitions between schools and get-togethers with Spanish students.
Day-trips to other exceptional cities, such as Granada, Seville, Cordoba or Ronda, or other places of interest such as Gibraltar, the ski slopes of Sierra Nevada or exotic Morocco.
At not forgetting...
Spanish language classes, in which our teachers, true Spanish language professionals, teach the students how to communicate better and better each day and get to know how we live.
For all of these reasons, if you decide to study Spanish, Malaga is without a doubt the best option for effective learning in fascinating surroundings.