Spanish Courses for Seniors in Malaga
Our Spanish Courses for Seniors in Malaga have been specially prepared to help you have fun, make friends, and share experiences while learning a language in a safe and well-located, sunny city by the sea.
Our native teachers work hard to make sure that you are able to use your experience and interest to get the most out of your Spanish Courses for Seniors in Malaga. We work at a pace set by your needs and interests and themes are adapted to suit each course. Our city is a cosmopolitan hub with sun, sea, and situated close to many places of interest – the ideal base for your new adventure!
As well as classes, our fabulous cultural program also forms an important part of your experience. Prices include your welcome drink, an orientation walk, entry to museums, an authentic meal with a teacher, and a flamenco show. Not to mention a cookery class so that you can show off your skills back home! You will also be able to make the most of a special ‘highlight activity’ – from a walk on the Caminito del Rey to a day trip to nearby Seville. All our activities are chosen to show you the best of Malaga and give you that motivation to get out and about and speak Spanish.
Situated on the western shore of the Mediterranean sea, Malaga is a vibrant coastal city that boasts beautiful beaches, amazing weather – beautiful in spring, summer and autumn, it also has one of the warmest winters in Europe.
Wandering in the city, not only will you see monumental architectural testaments to Malaga’s rich past, from the Alcazaba de Malaga to the Cathedral, but you can also relax and take in the botanical gardens or explore the works of Pablo Picasso in the Museum situated in his birthplace. Alongside the culture, there is a cosmopolitan shopping area with bars and restaurants that offer plenty of places to try out your language skills on the locals.
With an international airport, high-speed train connections to Granada, Cordoba, Gibraltar and Seville, Malaga is also ideally situated if you want to be able to explore the area a little more widely. Come here for your Spanish Course for Seniors (50+) and you’ll soon understand why Malaga is known as “A paradise bathed by the warm mediterranean sea”. The perfect place for a fabulous learning experience.
How many hours will I be in class?
There are 20 lessons each week and every class is 50 mins long.
How big are the classes?
Our classes have between 6 and a maximum of 8 students so that groups are intimate, you get plenty of attention, and get the most from your time with us.
When do classes take place?
Your classes take place in the morning from 9:15 to 13:00. This gives you plenty of time to get out and enjoy our Cultural Program. This includes everything from guided tours, workshops, wine-tasting, language exchanges and much more.
When should I come to Malaga?
If you have some flexibility in your schedule, it might help you choose when to visit by taking a look at our seasonal activities. We organize many activities year-round for our Spanish courses for seniors in Malaga, but if you’re interested in something specific then you can plan your visit around these activities:
Museums and Art
4 March and 10 June
Boasting more than 30 museums, Malaga is an absolute paradise for any art lover.
1 April and 14 October
Immerse yourself in this world-famous Spanish dance.
Gastronomy and Wine Tasting
4 February, 13 May and 11 November
Try some of the many different types of Spanish wines and tapas.
How will you determine my Spanish level?
Before our classes begin, we make sure you are at the correct level! First, we will send you a link to an online Spanish test that you fill out and send it back to us before your course begins. Then, when you arrive, you will have a friendly, informal interview with one of our native teachers not only to determine your level but also to talk about your wants and needs while studying with us.
|Dates: 16/03/2020, 13/04/2020, 14/09/2020, 19/10/2020|
- 20 lessons per week (50 mins each)
- Class schedule: 9.15-13.00
- 6 to 8 students per class
- Available for levels A1 to C1
- Recommended for age 50+
- Minimum stay 1 week (with optional extra weeks)
- Specialised cultural programme