Spanish Courses in Malaga, Spain
Spanish Courses in Malaga, Spain


The School is situated in a magnificent building constructed in an Andalusian style, and the students can enjoy the splendid garden environment with its great variety of beautiful plants and trees.

One of the gardens gives on to the entrance to the School. The other garden is located behind the building and boasts of a small swimming-pool. We are able to take advantage of the space offered by these circumstances, and make use of these areas in spring and summer to do some of our classwork. This affords our students a pleasant atmosphere of relaxation and comfort which united with the study hours provides a perfect combination.


The classrooms (six of them) offer ample space and are bright during the whole of the day, and are furnished with central heating and air-conditioning. There is also a room which functions as study corner/library, as well as a multimedia room with Wi-Fi connection throughout the building.

The areas for study also include a kitchen and an all-purpose room. Average number of students per class is eight, and this provides very personal attention. There is constant contact with the student, a fact which is highly appeciated by the students and fundamental for the teaching staff.

In view of the fact that timetables operate in two shifts (*), Málaga Sí can thus accommodate in its rooms between 120 and 150 students in the winter months and from 160 to 180 in summer, since two external rooms – devoted to group work for 15-20 students – can be utilized, weather permitting. Capacity is increased proportionally with the evening shifts in case of necessity.

When students wish to travel to the center of the city instead of remaining at the school, this meets with no difficulty. A bus stop immediately in front of the school means that students can reach the city center in 12 minutes, or if they prefer to walk it is a matter of some three kilometers or 20-25 minutes by foot.
A dip in the sea can be had at the beach, five minutes away from the school.

(*) The first shift – four classes daily – operates according to the following timetable: 8.30-10.00 (two classes of grammar) and 10.15-11.45 (two classes in communication skills). The second shift, organized in a similar way, according to this timetable: 12.00-13.30 and 13.45-15.15.



A stay in Spain wouldn’t be complete with only Spanish lessons. At Málaga ¡Sí! we are convinced that it is important to get in touch with the Spanish culture. So in order for you to experience the rich Spanish culture we offer more.
We offer a wide variety of extracurricular activities. The extracurricular activities range from watching Spanish movies in the school, visits to the Picasso Museum, visits to the cathedral and Malaga’s two castles (Alcazaba and Gibralfaro), visits to the brewery of San Miguel beer, going out to eat tapas or paella, meeting locals to practice your Spanish and excursions to nearby cities like Granada, Cordoba and Seville.

It is even possible to say goodbye to Europe and cross the sea to Africa and visit Morocco for a weekend.
Málaga offers you the typical holiday activities like beaches, a great nightlife and an exceptional climate throughout the whole year. But, Málaga offers more, more than just nice beaches and parties. Málaga offers a look into the history of Pablo Picasso, the famous painter, who was born in Málaga, which cultural heritage can be found in his birth house and the Picasso museum. It is one of the Spanish cities that have a bullring, where one can enjoy a typical Spanish bullfight. It is a city full of flamenco and full of bars and restaurants for eating tapas. It is also a city full with old Arabic and Spanish architecture, highlighted by the cathedral, the Alcazaba and the Gibralfaro, from which the last one offers an impressive view over the city and the sea. All of this can be found in Málaga, the city of big avenues, narrow streets, nice squares, a lot of shops and last but not least, Spanish life.

Cultural Activities
Malaga is more than just sun, beach and party. Malaga is culture. The activity program at Malaga Sí for all of its students is very ample and varied, and comprises many areas of Malaga’s, the Andalusian and the Spanish culture. For exampleart, gastronomy, music and movies. 

Gastronomic activities

Tapas in the center
Trying the most popular tapas of Malaga and Spain: tortilla, ensaladilla rusa, patatas bravas, etc. And all of this in the most typical bars in the city center. 

Paella at the beach
Enjoying paella in one of the typical seaside restaurants located right on Malaga’s promenade.

Chocolate con Churros
One of the most characteristic breakfasts and snacks in Spain. We will be eating chocolate con churros in one of the center’s oldest cafés while we are speaking Spanish.

Guided visit to the brewery of San Miguel where you will not only learn about the making, filling and distribution of its beer but also about the history of beer. Besides, you will be able to enjoy delicious and cold beer accompanied by tapas.

Cookery course
You will learn how to cook some of Spain’s most popular dishes and of course you will also get the chance to try them: tortilla de patatas, gazpacho, paella, etc.


Picasso Museum
Guided visit to the Picasso Museum, to enjoy pieces of all the stages and styles of this artist from Malaga.

Malaga museums
Guided visit to the most important museums of the city.

Muslim Malaga
Guided visit to the Arabic sights of Malaga: the Alcazaba, the castle Gibralfaro and the other remains of the Muslim presence in the city.

Sacred Malaga
Guided visit to the city’s most significant catholic temples. The cathedral, the sanctuary of Santa María de la Victoria and the church of the Santos Mártires are good examples.

Wine museum
A tour through the history of the wine of Malaga.

Museo CAC
Guided visit to the Centro de Arte Contemporánea (Contemporary Art Centre) where art works like sculptures, paintings, etc. can be seen.

Botanical Garden
Guided tour through this magnificent natural paradise in the mountains of Malaga where one can appreciate the rich flora and vegetation of this singular enclave.

Museum of Popular Arts and customs
Guided visit showing you the authentic rural life of Malaga and its provinces.


The Costa del Sol also offers an ample variety of possibilities to practice sports:
Scuba diving
The Costa del Sol is famous for its good weather and beautiful beaches. These two elements together make Scuba Diving on the Costa del Sol a very interesting and popular way to enjoy the amazing variety of plants and sea animals that inhabit the Mediterranean.

Horseback riding
The Costa del Sol is the perfect place for horseback riding. The good weather, the long beaches and the beautiful mountains provide the perfect conditions to go out for a nice horse ride.

Although the Costa del Sol and Málaga are mostly famous for their beaches they also offer a totally different type of scenery: mountains. These mountains are very close to the beach and very often have great views over the Mediterranean. They are the perfect location for hiking and enjoying a beautiful day outdoors.

As you have read before the landscape of the Costa del Sol is diverse and always leaves new things to discover. The perfect way to enjoy the mountains, the beaches and the perfect weather is by bike.

About 70 golf courses all together can found In Málaga and the Costa del Sol. Combine this with the perfect weather and you have found the perfect location to enjoy a nice afternoon of golf or to even take lessons and improve your golfing skills.

Malaga’s sport teams 
If you are visiting the city and also like sports you could also see a football match as well as a basketball game since the city’s teams (Málaga Club de Fútbol and Unicaja Baloncesto) are playing in the first division of football and in the ACB league and Euroleague in basketball.

About 50 kilometers east from Malaga we find the beautiful city of Nerja. Nerja is well known for its beautiful Mediterranean beaches and its amazing climate. The Balcony of Europe is famous for its wide seaside view and the caves of Nerja are an important historical landmark in the province of Malaga.

Get to know, in this guided excursion, one of the most beautiful cities in Andalusia full with history and situated in the highest part of the Serranía de Ronda where you can also find the oldest bullring in Spain and a very interesting museum about this Fiesta Nacional, the bullfight.

Guided visit to the capital of Andalusia where you can visit the Cathedral, the third biggest in the world, the Torre del Oro (tower of gold), Plaza de España and other sights of great interest.

Guided visit of the city with an emphasis on the Mezquita, symbol of the era of the caliphate of Al-Andalus. Besides the Mezquita you will be able to walk through the Jewish quarter and lean over the river Guadalquivir from the Roman bridge.

Guided visit to the former capital of the kingdom of the Nasrids that includes entrance to the Alhambra, the most important and most visited monument of Spain. Furthermore, go on a walk through the Albaycín quarter and the historical center where the Capilla Real is with the tombs of the Catholic Monarchs.

A guided excursion to Tarifa takes you to the corner place where the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean meet. Tarifa is famous for its beautiful beaches and crystal clear water that is the playground of many windsurfers, kite surfers and other water fanatics. Tarifa also has a beautiful historic center with small narrow streets that are filled up with a lot of bars and restaurants.

Guided visit of this small part of England on Spanish ground that has lead since the times of Carlos III to strategic English control over the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea and where you can also see the famous rock with its funny and naughty monkeys.

Enjoy a memorable weekend in Morocco visiting Tánger, Tetuán y Chef Chauen, where you will be able to visit the monuments, go shopping and try some typical Moroccan dishes.


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    by Takkenberg E.
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    My Malaga Si! experience.
    Malaga Si! introduced me with Spanish culture, hospitality, sociability, different cultures and a lot of amazing times. First, I really liked the atmosphere at the school. Everybody is very kind and helps you in which language you want to be helped, if there is something wrong. Once I had to go to the hospital and then I could talk in my own language (Dutch) to make me feel more comfortable. All classes were in Spanish, which is logical. The teachers do everything to make you understand what they are telling you, it doesn't matter in what circumstances they have to squeeze at least you understand. Besides the regular lessons you can go to the culture class, which is every day in the afternoon. Music, culture, history, every week has a different subject. When youare following these classing you'll know more about the Spanish culture, which is useful if you're staying for a longer time. In the weekend Malaga Si! organize amazing trips to go to. Surfing at the African coast, a long weekend to Morocco, a day to Seville, a day to Granada and lots of other nice things to do. In this weekends you get to know the other students better and you can also do some tourist things on your holiday. The apartments where you come to live are very practical and clean. If something isn't all right, you can go to the administration and they will always help you out. And besides everything about Malaga Si, the city Malaga is a very nice city. The city centre is big and full of shops, clubs, terraces and restaurants. The weather is always good, circle thirty degrees, no rain and a lot of sun. Many cultures, Spanish lessons, nice teachers, a beautiful city.. Malaga Si is a certain must to go!
    Friday, 26 August 2011
  • by Ban M.
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    on August 2011
    Hola todos! Que tal? I spent 8weeks in Malaga SI!I want to recommend this school. because there are many nice teachers!Always speak to me even out of the class.It's very helped for improve in my Spanish. Also this school has a events everyday.(EX:an excursion,class de flamenco & salsa,surf,museo,,,etc) Fortunately I could participated in a 12years anniversary Malaga SI! It was so fun!I can't forget this party:) So all I can really recommend this school for everyone who wants to learn Spanish speedily & familiary while having a lot of in school and outa school with the teachers, the staff or with new friends from the Spanish courses from all around the world. Que tengas buenas suerte!
    Friday, 26 August 2011
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    by Albers K.
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    Malaga Si is a great school. I spent 4.5 months there in 2007. Initially I had planned to only stay 2 months at this school and thereafter go to another city, but I enjoyed it so much I decided to extend my stay and studies. The language professors were excellent. Friendly and patient! I began with hardly any knowledge of Spanish and it was a great non-intimidating environment to start. The location of the school is also great. Very close to the beach and in a nice, quiet area of the city. Even after 4 years, I'm still in contact with the people I met there. Malaga Si is excellent!
    Sunday, 27 February 2011
  • by Kowalska M.
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    Malaga Si is without any doubt the best school that exists! And believe me that I have been in many schools... Teachers and students are great and funny, and we had so much fun together! I was there during one month in 2010 and I wouldn't change this experience for anything! I totally recommend it.
    Wednesday, 16 February 2011
  • by Richter M.
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    Es war mein dritter Aufenthalt in einer Sprachschule in Málaga und leider auch der enttäuschendste. Malaga Sí befindet sich im Stadtteil Padregalejo nur 5 Fußminuten vom Strand entfernt in einem typischen zweistöckigem Stadthaus mit mehreren ansprechenden Klassenräumen und zahlreichen Möglichkeiten. Das wars auch schon an Positivem. Leider besteht das Personal, abgesehen von den Lehrern, fast ausschließlich aus Nichtspaniern, so dass es in dieser Schule vor allem an einer typisch spanischen, d. h. herzlichen Atmosphäre mangelt. Die Lehrer sind mehr oder weniger in Ordnung, allerdings ist der Unterricht schlecht organisiert, z. B. erlebte ich eine Woche mit einem Lehrer für eine Klasse mit 12 Schülern in vier unterschiedlichen Niveaus. Wenn Sie von einem Aufenthlt in einer Sprachschule mehr erwarten als nur Dienst nach Vorschrift, dann meiden Sie diese Schule, ich kann diese keinesfalls empfehlen. Zum Glück gibt es ja eine große Auswahl an Sprachschulen in Málaga und aus Erfahrung kann ich sagen, dass man sich woanders wesentlich mehr um seine Schüler bemüht.
    Tuesday, 08 February 2011
  • by Ridge E.
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    I spent 6 weeks at Málaga ¡Si! from September to November this year. It was a fantastic experience and my Spanish improved a great deal in my time there. The teachers are very patient and have a range of excellent teaching styles. The course is interesting and combines grammar, conversation and cultural input. The school also arranges various social events and trips at very affordable prices. I went to Morocco for a weekend and will never forget the amazing experience. The school itself is very nice and all the staff are approachable, helpful and polite. If you are wondering where to go to improve your Spanish - go to Málaga ¡Si!, you will not regret it! By the way, I blogged about my experience while I was there:
    Tuesday, 16 November 2010
  • by Za. C.
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    Hello everybody in Málaga!!! I spent about 6 months in Málaga in 2007 at Málaga Sí. It was very nice, I learned such a lot of Spanish and the teachers, especially Ramon, and the staff, especially Sjef, :-), were so courteously and funny that it was way much easier to learn Spanish. In the freetime Málaga Sí offered a lot of leasure activities such as museum tours, city tours or a tour to Morocco and many many more. The beach was also very close to the school so that you could spend a lot of time for sun bathing or just relaxing at the sea. !!! So all in all I can really recommend this school for everyone who wants to learn Spanish speedily while having a lot of in school and outa school with the teachers, the staff or with new friends from the Spanish courses from all around the world. !!!
    Tuesday, 16 November 2010
  • by Mosterd M.
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    Hola a todos! Last winter I spent 3 months in Malaga with 2 of my friends and we went to Malaga Si to study spanish. The school is amazing. Its a beautiful small building with a big backyard& swimming pool to match the great weather. Everybody who works at the school is lovely and patient. I'm sure I couldn't have learned spanish as quick and proper while having such a good time anywhere else! Besides, the school is located in the best part of malaga, pedregalejo!
    Tuesday, 16 November 2010
  • by Killington K.
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    Hi! I have studied at Malaga Si twice now. One week over Christmas and New Year last year and then again at Easter. Even though I was only staying for a short while, I was made to feel very welcome. The Hacienda (student house) is close and a lovely building. I would recommend studying at Malaga Si. Enjoy!
    Thursday, 08 October 2009
  • by Dessart F.
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    Bonjour ! J'ai passé plusieurs mois à Malaga il y a quelques années et ai choisi l'école Málaga Sí pour apprendre l'espagnol. Je ne peux que recommander cette école pour son professionnalisme, la sympathie de ses professeurs, sa localisation et sa taille restreinte qui en font l'endroit idéal pour réellement apprendre l'espagnol, tout en profitant d'une ambiance exceptionnelle.
    Sunday, 20 September 2009
  • by Amann V.
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    I spent 4 weeks in Malaga si and I can tell that it's a great school! Its teachers are very interested, classes are small, even the school is small and very personal. I liked the fact, that the Hacienda was very close to the school and from the school to the city center you could go all night long very quickly by bus. They offer many activities and you get to know other students very easily. This school is fun and you even learn a lot!
    Sunday, 13 September 2009
  • by Ohno Y.
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    I spent 24 weeks last year. Málaga ¡Sí! is so nice!! At first, I was shy in class but my teachers ware really kind. so I could learn Spanish at ease!! The school is not large. I had many friends of other class,too. We can make friends easily:) And the activities are so fun;P I usually went to the activities to know much more things and make friends!! In this autumn, I'll go back to Málaga ¡Sí! again!!
    Wednesday, 09 September 2009
  • by napolitano S.
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    I spent 2 weeks in Malaga, during the summer 2007. The school MALAGA SI is very good: the teachers are very kind and receptive; they always try to help students. The grammar course was helpful. Also the place were I stayed (10 mins far from the school) was ok. Unfortunately i was In Malaga for only 2 weeks but i hope to go there again in the future..
    Friday, 04 September 2009
  • by Eijsbouts L.
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    I spent 8 weeks in Málaga Sí, and I had a great time! Before I came to Spain I only knew: ola and now I even know that that was wrong ;) Anyway, the first 4 days I got private lessons, and it helped a lot. After a week, I knew a little basis and after a 8 weeks I was able to give a speech about Holland and more. The school is small and that's nice, the classes never content more than 8 students, so everyone is noticed and you make friends really fast. The teachers only speak spanish, so you learn the language really quick. All together, I love this school and the teachers. I would come back every year!
    Friday, 04 September 2009
  • by Z S.
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    I spent almost four months in Malaga studying at Malaga Si in 2006. When I arrived in Malaga I could barely complete one sentence in Spanish, but one thing that really helped was the fact that the teachers at the school would not use English as an easy language for translations. All the classes were given in Spanish (no matter which level you were at) and although a challenge at first, we all benefitted as this increased our understanding of the Spanish language. The school is quite small which helps make classes feel more personal and each student is noticed. The commitment and enthusiasm of the teachers made you want to communicate and challenge yourself. No matter what level you were at, in the surroundings at the school you felt comfortable to communicate at that level. I remember once, at the beginning of my stay, telling a story using essentially three words and hand gestures. The culture classes which were given once a week were also a big help to understanding Spanish culture and more specifically that of Andalucia and Malaga. I would truly recommend Malaga Si for Spanish studies as I believe learning is best enabled in a safe and supportive environment like that of Malaga Si.
    Friday, 04 September 2009
  • by Nock O.
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    I had only 5 weeks to learn spanish. I studied as hell and I took extralessons If it hadn't been for the wonderful people and teachers at the Malaga Sí I'd probably wouldn't be a medical doctor! When I came home I reseved an A in spanish and that was what was recuired to enter medicalschool. 5 fantastic weeks smiles all over and when I was there back in spring 2004 it we had a fantastic time after school aswell.
    Thursday, 03 September 2009
  • by Pettersson E.
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    I spent 14 weeks in Malaga in 2004 and that was my best time ever! The school is great and the teachers are fantastic. I learned spanish really fast and I enjoyed every minute of the lessions. I would recommend everyone to visit Malaga and this school in particular.
    Thursday, 03 September 2009
  • by Gagnon Rivet A.
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    I spent 9 weeks in Malaga and this school was like home away from home. Teachers are there when you feel home sick and classes are just the right size to learn and have fun. The school also offers activities that make you experience real spanish life.
    Thursday, 03 September 2009
  • by Kattan M.
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    I've spent around 5 weeks in Malaga to study Spanish. and I believe its the best city to study since its full of locals and not to touristic as other cities in Andalusia. I've decided to go to Malaga-Si after a long research and tough comparisons with other schools through various websites and reviews. Their prices are reasonable and value for money. The teachers are wonderful, well-organized and professional.moreover, there are lots of activities (free salsa classes, flamenco, musems, morroco visits, cinimas, volleyball...etc) and they're almost on a daily basis. Plus the school is less than 2 minutes from the beach. Definatly, I'll go there next summer.
    Thursday, 03 September 2009
  • by Heinen M.
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    Ya es mi segunda estancia en Málaga Si y tanto la escuela como el ambiente y la cohesión entre los alumnos han vuelto a encantarme. Muchas gracias por tres semanas que no voy a olvidar en mi vida. Es ist schon mein zweiter Aufenthalt in Málaga Sí und die Schule und die Stimmung und der Zusammenhalt unter den Schuelern haben mich wieder begeistert. Vielen Dank fuer drei Wochen die ich in meinem Leben nicht vergessen werde. It¨s my second time here in Málaga Sí and I¨m really impressed again. It is a great experience to see how teachers and students from all over the world work together, I will never forget the time I spent here. Miguel
    Thursday, 03 September 2009
  • by smith S.
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    I spent 3 summers in Malaga Si and I can advise this school to anyone ! It's a nice school, with funny and skilled teachers, many activities like dinners where everyone cooks a speciality from his region, going to some private "casetas" during the feria or going out to some good and typical spanish places. Well, you will let me know about it ! :) Sam, el frances.
    Thursday, 03 September 2009
  • by Liliegren J.
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    I went to Spain to learn spanish and endad up at Málaga Sí by chance. I had planned on staying for 2 months, but the teachers and the whole experience were so great, I ended up staying for 4! Málaga is a beautfiul city with friendly people and through Málaga Sí you get to get to know both the city and it´s surroundings through interesting field trips. I can only recomend Málaga Sí, everybody I know who went there was as happy as I was!
    Thursday, 03 September 2009
  • by saedd A.
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    It was the best school I´ve ever studied. Great teachers, interesting classes and friendly atmosphere. I made a lot of friends during my stay in Malaga and we are still in touch. It was fantastic experience!!
    Thursday, 03 September 2009
  • by Tusic T.
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    I spent two weeks in Malaga Si and had a wonderful time. The school is in the quite neighborhood and has a wonderful garden with palm trees and a small swimming pool behind the building. It is very well connected with the center of Malaga. The teachers are young and very friendly, open to all types of questions and very well prepared for the lessons. The school organizes visits to places nearby during the weekend and salsa lessons and similar happenings in the evening. I'd recommend this school to everyone no matter what Spanish level he or she is at. I've never learned Spanish before coming to Malaga and in those two wonderful weeks I learned so much. Malaga Si rocks!!! :))
    Thursday, 03 September 2009


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