The capital of the Costa del Sol, Spain’s sunny coast, is world famous both for its vibrant life-style and its agreeable climate throughout the whole year. Even during the winter months temperatures can reach more than 20º C.
The exceptional cosmopolitan air of the city where Pablo Picasso was born is the result of a mixture of long history and modern life.
Cinemas, theatres and innumerable bars and cafes make for an atmosphere which never allows for boredom. Our school is situated in the centre of Malaga (“Campus Idiomático”), only a 5 minutes walk from the Plaza de la Merced and the most important monuments and 10 minutes from the beach.
The night life is mostly out in the open air and during the week-ends, the Semana Santa, the Easter processions, or the Feria de Agosto it often continues round-the-clock.
For those who prefer more “natural” pursuits, the old town of Antequera with it’s amazing Karstian spires of eroded rock, and the breath-taking “king’s walkway” which winds dizzily along the canyon walls of the Garganta de El Chorro are less than 40 km away. The valley of Abdalajis – like El Chorro a climbers and walkers paradise – is also close by, and offers impressive views and a sky dotted with the multi-coloured paragliders and hangliders which take off from the summit