Spanish Winter Course in Malaga

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Spanish Winter Course in Malaga 2019-09-17T13:56:18+00:00

Spanish Winter Course in Malaga

The intensive Spanish winter course in Malaga is perfect for learning Spanish quickly whilst enjoying the ideal temperatures that Malaga offers in winter months. You will be surprised at the amount of knowledge you acquire from our enjoyable and interactive lessons and will therefore be able to communicate fluently in Spanish whilst being immersed in the rich “malagueña” culture.

The city has 37 museums, including the Picasso Museum, the Pompidou Centre, the Carmen Thyssen Museum and the Russian Museum. Furthermore, in the city centre you will discover the historical sights of Malaga: there are more than 70 monuments including the Alcazaba, the Roman Theater and the Gibralfaro Castle; proving Malaga as one of the most ancient European cities. Why not also take the opportunity to taste the fantastic Spanish cuisine on offer? In Malaga there are about 1000 restaurants where you can eat the famous tapas – small portions of food to share. In the winter months the streets are filled with roasted chestnut vendors, perfect for a tasty winter snack.

Visiting Malaga during the winter is a great idea as the city still experiences sunny days with the hottest climate in Europe. In the winter months, the average temperature is about 18°C. Another reason to visit Malaga in winter is the excellent quality flight prices in Malaga Airport from November to March, making this city the perfect location to have a winter full of culture and fun.

The characteristics of the intensive winter course


Morning or Afternoon

Available levels


From beginners to advanced students

Start date

Every Monday from the 1st of October to the 31st of March

Classes per week

20 classes per week (45 minutes per class)

Group size

Maximum of 8 students

Average of 4, maximum of 8 students per group


From 18 years old

Fun activities

Make the most of your time with AIL Malaga and let us show you some of the best of what the city has to offer! Monday- Friday (usually) from 5:10-6:50pm!

Course material

1 book included

Textbooks complemented by audio/visual materials, handouts, the school’s own materials, and the internet.

Prices of the intensive Spanish winter course

1 week


2 weeks

  • 145€ per week

3 weeks

  • 145€ per week

4 weeks

  • 145€ per week

+8 weeks

  • Per week

Price excludes enrolment fee (50€)

What to do in Malaga in winter

“Calle Larios” lighting: Starting on the night of the 24th of November, “Calle Larios”, the famous shopping street, is illuminated with magical lights for the Christmas period. This street is incredibly fascinating due to the architectural beauty of its historical buildings. During “Navidades” there is a vibrant and rich atmosphere in which sounds, tastes and smells mingle, transmitting an amazing sensation of holiday and warmth.

Belenes: During the Christmas season, Malaga is filled with “Belenes”, more than 60 cribs of various sizes, located throughout the city. A visit (which is free) to the nativities is definitely something not to be missed during your stay in Malaga during the winter. Here is a list of the main cribs, enjoy!

“Belén de La Mosca”, “Belén municipal en el Ayuntamiento”, “Belén de la cofradía del Sepulcro”, “Cofradía de la Pasión”, ” Living crib” … and many more!

Nochevieja: Every year, Malaga invites tourists and residents to join the famous “Nochevieja” in “Plaza de la Constitución” to celebrate the arrival of the New Year. As a tradition, bunches of grapes and bags of candy are shared amongst the people, which gives this special night of the year a typical festive connotation. Everything is accompanied by live music and multimedia projectors that will make this experience absolutely unforgettable!!!

Cavalcade of the Three Wise Men:Los Reyes Magos” land at the Port of Malaga on the 5th of January every year. During their parade through the city centre Melchior, Balthazar and Gaspar, followed by allegorical wagons launch candies along “Paseo del Parque“, “Plaza de la Marina”, and “Alameda Principal” (the main stages). The most striking stage is definitely “Paseo del Parque“, where you can enjoy immense scents of millennial plants, which will make your “Cavalcade” unforgettable.

Turkish bath: Although the temperature in Malaga in winter is pleasant you could take a warm and relaxing Turkish bath in the famous “Hammam“. You can enjoy a well-deserved break with this delightful eastern atmosphere. The most famous “Hammam” is located in the historic centre, near the Picasso Museum, in “Calle Tomas de Cozar 13” or in “Plaza de los Mártires Ciriacos y Paula 5”.

Golf: Without a doubt, the pleasant climate of Malaga means golf is one of the main activities to be practiced during the winter. You can enjoy magnificent sunny days on the “Green”. The Malaga golf courses are waiting for you to improve your “backswing” and your “follow-through!” There are 45 golf clubs in the province of Malaga, including “Real Club de Campo” and “Real Guadalhorce Golf Club” in Malaga and the Golf Academy “Miguel Angél Jiménez” in Torremolinos.

Mountaineering, Climbing and Walking: Thanks to the sun that soaks Malaga, mountaineering and climbing activities are the perfect sports for exploring the inland regions and mountain landscapes that Malaga offers. We recommend a visit to the 4 natural parks in the area:

1) “Torcal of Antequera“: a unique, natural place declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a starting point is the dining area with more than 10 different paths that could be taken.

2) “Parque Natural Montes de Malaga” is located in the north of the city of Malaga, which includes the majority of the Guadalmedina river basin, and is an example of forest reforestation after centuries of cultivation in the territory.

3) “Desfiladeros de los Gaitanes” is a mountainous complex dominated by the jurassic stones that form part of an immense and spectacular natural site, located in the western part of the Betic Cordillera. The famous “Caminito del Rey” footpath, inaugurated by King Alfonso XIII, is one of the most popular hiking trails among Spanish mountain lovers.

4) “Laguna de Fuente Piedra“: located in the north-east of the Malaga province, Laguna de Fuente Piedra is the largest nature reserve in Andalusia and offers a privileged area where pink flamingos are reproduced. Here, guided tours are offered where you can discover the wonders of the lagoon, with all its history, flora and fauna.

If you prefer to stroll through the centre and you like the idea of ​​ice skating, every Christmas, in front of the “Corte Inglés” shopping centre, there is a fancy ice skating rink where people skate with dances and pirouettes.

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