In addition to daily Spanish lessons from Monday to Friday, listed below are some of the visits in Málaga City offered during your stay…

  • Picasso Museum

  • Walking Tour around the City

  • Visit to the Cathedral

  • Fort and Castle of Gibralfaro

  • Contemporary Art Museum

  • Historical English Graveyard

  • Nature Walks


Foods You’ll Encounter in Spain

With traditional Spanish tapas, you can try all different kinds of food, such as albóndigas (meatballs), calamares (fried squid), or tortilla de patatas (a potato omelet). Spanish food is usually cooked in the Mediterranean style with olive oil, garlic, tomatoes, and peppers, and is known to be quite healthy for you. Some popular summer dishes include paella (rice with vegetables and seafood) and gazpacho (a cold tomato soup). Dinner is normally eaten late, around 9 pm, but you can have a snack or sandwich to tide you over around 5 or 6 pm. For dessert you can enjoy churros dipped in chocolate or flan (a kind of custard) with caramel.

Virtual Tour: Places to visit in Málaga

Discover the famed attractions, neighborhoods and places of interest in your soon-to-be summer home.