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Malaga impresses you with its light, its amazing climate and its stunning coastline, but above all it impresses you with the friendly, open nature of its people. The essence of Malaga is the result of the melting pot of all the civilizations that have settled here over the years. Malaga is a true port city, open and welcoming.
The native city of the brilliant Pablo Picasso, Malaga has managed to preserve its essence alongside a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Basking in the sun, practising sport or savouring tasty fish dishes in any of its numerous seafront restaurants, combined with its wealth of monuments, museums and exhibitions, make this a very unique city. Once upon a time, Malaga was simply the gateway to the Costa del Sol. Today it is a destination in its own right!
Example of a school trip in Malaga:
D.1. Arrival and settling-in. Welcome to Andalusia!
D.2. We start with a guided tour of the city, including the Picasso Museum which features drawings, paintings, sculptures, ceramics and engravings by the brilliant Malaga-born artist. Picnic lunch at the Alcazar fortress. After that, a bike tour around Malaga and its port (Muelle 1). We finish with a hot chocolate with churros (known as tejeringos for locals).
D.3. One-day trip to Granada where we visit the marvelous Alhambra and the Generalife Gardens. Picnic lunch. In the afternoon, we take a stroll through the Albaicín neighbourhood.
D.4. Excursion to the White Villages of Andalusia: Ronda, with its bullring and Bandolero Museum, and the picturesque village of Mijas. After a picnic lunch, in the afternoon we head for Marbella and Puerto Banús on the Costa del Sol. Flamenco show with some tapas on the evening.
D.5. Excursion to Nerja: here we visit the caves before a picnic lunch. In the afternoon we head for the Tropical Coast of Granada with its unique microclimate and magnificent beaches. Here students will visit the town of Almuñecar which has a botanical garden containing an extensive collection of tropical plants and 120 species of birds.
D.6. Farewell and departure. See you soon!
Other recommended activities:
- A day trip in Gibraltar: a guided tour of this little outpost of the UK, including a cable-car ride to the top of the Peñón to see its famous Barbary apes and stunning views of the African coast.
- The Pompidou Museum.
- Dinner in a typical beach chambao to sample the traditional sardine skewers and other seafood dishes.
Some of our favourites…
- Carmen Thyssen Museum of Malaga, featuring a large collection of paintings by 19th century Spanish artists such as Julio Romero de Torres, Sorolla and Zuloaga.
- Excursion to the Alpujarras mountains: this unique county of Andalusia was the final redoubt of the Nazarene Kingdom in Granada. Among the mountains we’ll discover its beautiful scenery and most characteristic villages as well as visiting one of the region’s traditional textile manufacturers and a producer of cured hams in Trevélez.
A few tips:
- Malaga has an international airport and is also connected by the high-speed rail network with Madrid, Cordoba, Barcelona and other cities.
- We offer a varied range of accommodation options for our groups of Spanish language students in Malaga: hotels, youth hostels or, for the optimum integration into local life and customs, with our host families.
- Our school trips in Malaga can be combined with customized Spanish classes in the mornings.
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