For someone who wants to learn spanish with excellent weather and great beaches, Malaga is an excellent choice!A city by the coast, Malaga offers tourists the best of coastal experience. Explore travel and learning with a touch of elegance and luxury. From here and there, Malaga is home to fantastic villas in the Costa del Sol, offering noteworthy views and utmost comfort.
The Costa del Sol's beaches are the major attraction for our visitors. Internationally-renowned sands with clear water, secluded coves and stony beaches make up the Costa del Sol's beautiful natural landscape. Malaga is a place where one can always keep busy. The city has extensive sports facilities, numerous concerts, bullfights, theatre, and cinema, truly something for everyone. The mild climate assures 330 days of sun each year with an average temperature of 22°C (72° F). In your free time, you are always just a few minutes from the beach. Relax in the sun, play beach ball or go wind surfing. At night, go out and experience the nightlife that Spain is famous for. Try the famous wine of the region or taste some of the world famous tapas in quaint little bars. Malaga is known for its open atmosphere, which makes meeting people an easy thing to do. During the weekend you can move out of the city to visit even better beaches or visit exciting places such as Granada, Sevilla, Gibraltar, and Cordoba.
The museum Picasso Malaga is located in the old quarter of the city, next to the Cathedral of Malaga and Plaza de la Merced the birth place of Picasso. The Aquarium of Malaga has all kind of maritime recreations, with a variety of different sea species. The Archaeological Museum contains important archaeological findings from the Phoenician era to the Moorish epoch. The Dioxesal Museum is dedicated exclusively to religious art, including important works of Nino de Guevara, Valdés Leal and Pietro Vannuci.
As well as homage to the great Picasso, other great historic monuments include the imposing Baroque Cathedral, popularly known as ‘La Man quita’ (One Armed Woman), referring to its rather lopsided appearance due to the missing east bell tower. High on the hill above the city is the Parador (state run hotel) of great historic importance. It was once a Moorish castle and is a wonderful place to either stay the night or have a long lunch enjoying these privileged surroundings with panoramic views over Malaga city and out across the port to sea.
As well as being a cultural centre, Malaga is also a great place to eat
out. From top notch, Michelin rated restaurants to the most humble tapas
bar, there is everything in between. Marques de Larios, Plaza de la
Constitución and Calle de Granada form the backbone of the shopping area
and the thriving nightlife. The narrow side streets form a maze of
alleys crammed with tapas bars and bodegas - old fashioned wine shops
brimming with casks including the local sweet wine which is similar to
Port. At weekends the area is full of young people going out to enjoy
the thriving nightlife in one of the cities many bars, bar de copas
(winebars), or nightclubs.