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Learn Spanish in Málaga
   
Population 600.000
Climate summer 30°C (86°F) winter 17°C (63°F)
Description Besides sun, sea and beach, Málaga has a lot more to offer. This city which is rich of culture has all the elements of a typical southern Spanish city. Beautiful historical buildings, narrow streets with interesting shops and bars, wide avenues with palm trees, a lot of authentical Andalusian festivals and very hospitable local inhabitants. The Province of Málaga has fascinating landscapes and a marvelous climate which allows you to enjoy the sun on numerous beaches (along 130 km of coast).
To see La Alcazaba, the historic Centre, the Gibralfaro castle, la Feria de Málaga (August), Cervantes Theatre, La Malaguetta playa.
To do Bull fighting in la Plaza de Toros, sun-see-beach at la Malagueta, eating tapas in the bars or terraces in the historical part, excursions to Nerja, Ronda, Tarifa (the place to be for kite- and windsurfers), Granada, Seville, Cordoba, Morocco, etc.
   
 

Málaga is the capital of the ‘Costa del Sol’ and as the second largest town in Andalusia one of the most important towns in Spain.

The Province Málaga provides charming landscapes and a marvelous climate, perfect for long stints on one of its many beaches (along 130 km of coast). The Cervantes Theatre provides a rich cultural experience that only complements the regions museums and monuments. These museums and monuments pay tribute to Malaga’s history, a history relating to both the late Arab and Roman empires.

If you find it's time to practice the Spanish you have learned, you may choose to take a ‘tapa’ tour, tasting the many flavors that are the pinnacle of Andalusian cuisine. Orr you may just sit down and have a coffee on the uncountable terraces of the ‘Historic Centre’ of Malaga, or, in the end, you may just feel compelled to plunge yourself in the unforgettable ambiance of the Andalusian night. Málaga must be one of the best places to learn Spanish and live the relaxing Andalucian lifestyle.

 
 

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