Málaga – A city that offers something for everyone!
Once you have made the decision to study Spanish – the world’s 2nd business language, spoken by over 300 million people – the logical place to do so is Spain.
In a land of great contrasts there is nowhere better to learn the language than in the southern region, called Andalucía, in which Málaga is situated. Here
you will find the typical images that most people associate with Spain: Flamenco, the white-washed villages (pueblos blancos), Moorish palaces, blue
skies, splashes of colourful bougainvillaea, bull fights, historic city centres, sun-drenched beaches and, of course, the passion which the Andalucians
dedicate to enjoying life!
The famously warm, friendly and extrovert nature of the Andalucian people helps to create excellent teachers and a welcoming atmosphere for those
who want to meet the local people and learn about their customs and cultures.
The historic city centre with its winding streets, hundreds of tapas bars and welcoming restaurants retains a totally Spanish atmosphere. The
Cathedral and Arab castle complement the rich architectural heritage. As befits Picasso’s birthplace there are more than enough galleries,
theatres, cinemas and music venues for the artistically inclined, including the Picasso Gallery in the midst of the historic centre.
In addition, Málaga, with the major international airport of the south of Spain, is the focal point of Andalucía’s modern motorway network making it
ideal for visiting Granada, Sevilla, Córdoba and Ronda and even to spend weekends in Morocco.
All of these places are within a couple of hours’ ‘travel and feature regularly in our activities
We passionately believe that Málaga is an ideal choice as a place to study Spanish. Why not come
and see for yourself and understand why they say
“Andalucía – sólo hay una”.