Malaga is an open-minded, cosmopolitan, modern and pleasant city. The best thing about Malaga is definitely the kindness and friendliness of its people, who make your stay easier. Please ask at the school's reception for language level, age or disability restrictions.
The good weather of Malaga
Located in a privileged place, In Malaga you will always enjoy good weather and pleasant temperatures. The warmest months are July and August, with a maximum of 35º C and minimum of 25º C. The coldest month are December and February. Although there are rainy days, especially in autumn and winter, Malaga boasts 320 days of sunshine a year.
Malaga is home to a many museums that you can visit. Some of them are well known, such as the Museo Picasso, in honor of the famous painter that were born in Málaga, or the Museo Carmen thyssen, which exhibits classic art. In Málaga you can also visit the Cathedral or the Alcazaba, the palace of the Nazari kings, or the new Pompidou centre.
In Málaga we take advantage of the great beaches and their surroundings to enjoy outdoor activities. You can have fun and play football or volleyball with other students. We also organize water sports such as Kayaking and surfing.
Something that you can’t miss out on while practicing Spanish and having fun in Malaga is going out to eat Tapas. Tapas is a very Spanish way to eat, you will be able to taste typical Spanish dishes, such as paella or gazpacho, and try the famous sangria.
Trips from the school
From the school you can organise getaways to other nearby cities. In Granada you can visit the famous Alhambra, In Sevilla its beautiful cathedral, in Cordoba the Mesquita, or in Ronda the ancient bull ring. If you wish to visit coastal cities, you can travel with us to Tarifa to surf, or to Nerja, Marbella, Cadiz or even Gibraltar. With Malaga Plus trips you will have the opportunity to experience all the richness and charm of Andalucia.
Other activities in the Schools
Besides al said, Malaga Pus organize lots of other activities like going to the movies, salsa lessons, flamenco lessons, visits to the San Miguel factory. With all of them, besides having fun, you could learn a lot about habits, language and the way of living of the Spanish people.
How to get to Málaga
Malaga Airport is located half an hour away from the school by car. It is the fourth busiest airport in Spain. Many major airlines fly to it. You will usually find offers on flights to Malaga from lots of cities. You can get to the school using public transport, such as train or bus, and the schools offers a transfer service to get to the school by private car, whichever makes your arrival more comfortable.
Train to Malaga
Another way to get to Malaga is by AVE, the Spanish high speed train service. Operating from several main cities in Spain, you can get to Málaga by AVE in a few short hours. If your flight lands in Madrid or Barcelona, it is one of the most comfortable ways to get to our city. The station is only 15 minutes away from the school by car, or 25 minutes by bus.