Also known as the capital of the Costa del Sol, Málaga is an important historical city and a coveted tourist destination thanks to its very intense cultural life and the presence of the Pablo Picasso Museum and more than 30 museum structures, including the Museo d’arte Contemporanea, the Thyssen Museum, the Museum of Wine and the Museum of Fine Arts. The historic centre of Malaga is full of monuments, including the Alcazaba, the Roman theatre and the Castillo de Gibralfaro, as well as the lovely old streets and large tree-lined avenues, ideal for relaxing walks and shopping. Málaga is also known for its warm welcome and for its food and wine specialties such as the fritura malagueña, a mixed fried fish, sardines, squid and the lovely “mountain wine”.


Discover Andalusian malaga

Where we are …


The school is located in the centre of the city a few metres from Calle Larios. We have 8 fully equipped classrooms and a very nice and professional atmosphere.

Social Activities…

Using language in a sporting or social context is a very good way to develop skills that you have acquired in class during your Spanish lessons. Our school offers students the opportunity to participate in activities and outings, some free or at a reduced price, both during the week and at weekends. From the vestiges of the prestigious capitals to the effervescence of the beautiful countryside, you will have numerous lovely moment to remember!


For more information please call us at 091-381110 or contact us by email through our contact page.

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