Spanish courses in Marbella – Our languages school in Spain
Learn Spanish courses in Marbella taught by one of our partner language schools. The school is fully equipped with 2 computer rooms with internet access, a library, free Wi-Fi, and a swimming pool. All facilities are accessible by wheelchairs. The school also boasts its great location next to the beach. During the summer you can enjoy the wonderful weather even more, as the school has 2 outdoor classrooms for students to enjoy and relax whilst learning Spanish. The school is just a bus ride away from the main city centre in Marbella.
There are also terraces that you can make use of for extra revision or just relaxing with other students during your Spanish courses in Marbella.
Facts about Marbella
Marbella is set in the province of Málaga. Find out more about the glam and glitz of Puerto Banús with its flash cars and mega yachts, the lovely old town, its Orange Square and the delicious tapas bars.
Marbella is a city and municipality in southern Spain, belonging to the province of Málaga in the autonomous community of Andalusia.
|Total Area||114,3 km²|
|Province||Provice of Málaga|
Interesting places in Marbella: Puerto Banús, Selwo Marina, Sohail Castle, Plaza de los Naranjos, Basílica de Vega del Mar
Things to Do, See and Enjoy in Marbella
Old Town and Orange Square: In the old Town there is a lot to see like ornate fountains, statues and churches. The place is a photographer’s heaven, with great views and quirky shops selling everything and anything.
Puerto Banús: A cosmopolitan marina, with modern buildings and plenty of mega yachts sitting on the harbour, with many café and designer shops lining each street. It’s a place to marvel at the yachts whilst grabbing a drink and tapas.
Beach Days: Beaches are never far away, some are busier than others although there is a great number of variety, with something for everyone.
Tapas: There are countless tapas bars and cafés in Marbella. Many of them offer dishes which are locally known, for instance: Paella, Gazpacho and fried fish.
Markets: There are numerous markets running through the week, which sell locally produced and handmade gifts. In the centre of Marbella lies Alameda Park. This is a small park with a fountain and surrounded by a wonderful diverse range of flowers. It is a great place to relax.
Price example: 4 weeks language course in Marbella
*Course material is not included
**Including registration fee (€65)