Malaga is a flourishing city bordering the Mediterranean Sea.
Every year, thousands of visitors come to this haven to enjoy the beautiful beaches and breathtaking scenary. There is nothing better than strolling along the coastal promenade, listening to the waves and feeling the warm sea breeze. And if you decide take the path that leads to the city's old fortress, you won't be disappointed. The views from this thousand year old monument are absolutely amazing.
Study Spanish in Spain in Malaga. Why not study Spanish alongside some of the most fantastic beaches of Spain? The warm climate will allow you to enjoy the sun and sea all year long.
Malaga is located in the southernmost region of Spain, on the part of the Mediterranean coast known as Costa del Sol (the Sunny Coast). It is one of the eight regional capitals of Andalusia and the biggest coastal city in the south with approximately 600,000 inhabitants. Boasting over 300 days of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 23° C (73° F), Malaga is truly a "sunny coast", guarantying good weather for all your outdoor activities.
The people in Malaga, Malagueños, are known for going out at night to talk, to drink, or to eat out. Downtown, Malagueños enjoy a thriving night life in Malaga's well-known tapas bars and restaurants.
The city continues its tradition of following the "Mediterranean Diet," by eating fruit and vegetables from the Guadalhorce Valley and fish from Malaga Bay. This healthy yet delicious cuisine has satisfied Malaga's visitors for more than two millennia. Malaga is not just a beach city. It is also a historical centre. If you walk through the streets you will discover a wealth of different cultures spanning centuries, from the Arab monuments to Roman building which today still show the influences from these earlier settlers.
Furthermore, Malaga was home to the most famous of all modern artists, Pablo Picasso. The International Pablo Picasso's Museum houses the permanent collection of more than 200 paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramics, and graphic works, which show the incredible vision of Picasso. The collection encompasses the entire breadth of his long and prolific career, from his first academic studies to his late paintings of the 1970's. Many of these works have not been exhibited widely and some have never been viewed publicly.
The entire province of Malaga offers travellers a chance to see the enchanting beauty of its majestic mountains. However, visiting Malaga won't be enough! You cannot leave Spain without visiting the wonders of its neighbouring cities: Ronda, Granada, Cordoba and Seville.