Learn Spanish in Málaga

Spanish Classes in Málaga

Welcome to Málaga! Explore the vibrant culture and stunning landscapes of this beautiful city while learning one of the world's most widely spoken languages. Our Spanish courses offer the perfect blend of language instruction, cultural exploration, and unforgettable experiences.

Spanish Classes in Málaga

Located on the breathtaking Costa del Sol, Málaga is a city steeped in history and brimming with charm. From its ancient ruins and Moorish fortresses to its sandy beaches and bustling city center, Málaga offers a rich tapestry of experiences for language learners. Our six fully-accredited language schools in Málaga all provide high-quality Spanish courses tailored to your individual needs and language level.

Spanish courses Málaga

Picking a Spanish course is never easy. That's why we've created package deals to help you. No hidden costs, just the full price for a Spanish course in Málaga with all fees included!

An unforgettable Spanish learning experience

From exploring the historic city center to savoring traditional Andalusian cuisine, Málaga offers a vibrant backdrop for your language learning adventure. Our dedicated team is here to ensure your stay is not only educational but also enjoyable, providing you with a supportive and welcoming environment throughout your course. Whether you're seeking to enhance your career prospects, connect with locals during your travels, or simply indulge your passion for language and culture, our Spanish courses in Málaga offer an unforgettable experience!

Guide to Learning Spanish in Málaga

Màlaga is a city of culture, history, beautiful beaches and possibly the best food in all of Spain! Here are some tips on how best to enjoy your stay here:

1. Take a long stroll through the historic centre

Get lost in the maze of colourful narrow streets in the city centre, where you will find plenty of history and architecture: from the Moorish Alcazabar fortress and Roman theatre to the iconic cathedral. Málaga is also the birthplace of Picasso, so you will also find the Picasso Foundation at the location of his childhood home, and the larger Picasso Museum right in the city centre. The museum is also home to some well-preserved Roman ruins which were only discovered when the museum was built.

2. Soak up the sun on Málaga's beaches

Malaga has many beaches along its coast. The most popular, la Malagueta, is within walking distance of the city centre and offers sprawling sand, a beautiful palm-lined promenade and crystal-clear waters of the Med. The perfect place to relax after your Spanish class!

If you want to explore further afield, a great public transport network of buses and trains offers regular connections to all of the other towns along the Costa del Sol, making is very easy to enjoy day trips even as far as Nerja to the east and Marbella to the west.

3. Indulge in the local cuisine

Many cities make this claim, but in the case of Málaga, they're not wrong: this REALLY is a food-lover's paradise. The local tapas scene is a delight, as too is the Mercado Central de Atarazanas - where the hustle and bustle of this historic market hall is the perfect backdrop for enjoying some of the freshest tapas at the bars that surround the market stalls.