Spanish courses in Málaga

Study Spanish courses in Málaga, our partner school has Wi-Fi, 2 computer rooms with internet access, a library and a swimming pool. All facilities are accessible by wheelchairs. These facilities help to provide you with all the resources you will need throughout your course. The tutors will help you throughout the classes. The computer rooms and library are free for you to use when you like. This set-up allows you to make the most of your time in the school.

Málaga is located on the sunny southern coast of Spain. It is a small city and combines modernity with tradition. Here you can find an authentic Spanish experience, without being stuck in the past.


Facts about Málaga

Málaga is one of the most southern cities in Spain, situated in Costa del Sol (Sun Coast). It has been influenced by Arabic’s, Romans, Muslims and Christians. Therefore, Málaga is a host to a wide mix of architecture and history, with many castles and old palace ruins. They are open to the public for a visual way of learning and understanding the history of Málaga and Spain 1st hand.

Málaga is a city and a municipality, capital of the Province of Málaga, in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, Spain. With a population of around 567,000 in the city of Málaga, it is the second most populous city of Andalusia and the sixth largest in Spain.
Total Area 395 km²
Province Provice of Málaga

Interesting places in Málaga: Alcazaba of Málaga, Museo Picasso Málaga, Málaga Cathedral, Gibralfaro, Sea Life Benalmádena, La Rosaleda Stadium

Things to Do, See and Enjoy in Málaga

Historic Features: Málaga has plenty of old, historic buildings to be seen, with a lot of Museums explaining the mixed history behind Malaga´s buildings. Some of the most popular tourist sites are the mix of castles and cathedrals.

Bars and Cafés: There are a plethora of small boutiques and coffee shops lining the Squares that are scattered throughout the City.

Beach Days: Málaga is set on the coast and has great beaches to unwind and soak up the sun. Along the sea front are many ”Chiringuitos” and they mostly sell tapas of fish or rice dishes.

Festival Time: ”Feria de Agosto” (August Fair), the dates vary slightly from year to year. Be sure to check if there are any festivals in Málaga whilst you are here.

Plaza de la Marina: Located in the modern part of the city, Plaza de la Marina is bordered with palm trees and just a short walk away from the beach.

Price example: 4 weeks Spanish courses in Málaga

Language course

*€6764 weeks


3564 weeks


**€10974 weeks

*Course material is not included
**Including registration fee (€65)