In the south of Spain, the sunny province of Malaga is located on the Costa del Sol. It is always worthwhile to go on vacation or to take a language course. Besides that, it is also possible to combine learning Spanish and active recreation in Malaga.
Due to the steady warm climate – especially in spring and autumn – it invites you to a variety of activities in Malaga and the way you get to know the locals. Numerous sights such as the Cathedral, the Botanical Garden, the Picasso Museum, the Atarazanas Market, the port and the fishing village of El Palo, make the second largest city of Andalusia and the surrounding area into an internationally popular tourist destination.The historical center of Malaga offers so many places of interest that it would take a few days to visit all the churches, squares and alleys, and to try the tapas and the famous wine of the province. An unforgettable tourist experience is to combine learning Spanish and active recreation in Malaga.
How about a city tour on a bike?
Thereby to be faster and comfortable in the city, independent of time schedules, and large groups of tourists. Also, to come into contact more easily with the friendly locals and to apply the acquired knowledge of Spanish. Both the museums, gardens, shops and tapas bars as well as the slightly more distant places Torremolinos and Benalmadena are within easy reach by bike, and it also supports the sustainable tourism. Here you can find some ideas for bike routes through and around Malaga. In the first bicycle rental Malaga: you can rent both comfortable city bikes for an individual sightseeing as well as quality trekking bikes, mountain bikes and road bikes for longer and sporty tours. It is also possible to take a guided bike tour in Malaga, including a friendly guide.
Of course, Malaga also offers its tourists an inviting sandy beach for a relaxed sunbathing.
The Palm Islands and the delicious food at the small beach bars (“Chiringuitos”) make a day at the sea perfect. In the fishing village of El Palo, to the east of the city, the cozy fish
restaurants string together where sardine skewers (“espeto de sardinas”), fresh seafood and other culinary specialties of the local fishermen are offered. No matter what the Malaga tourist decide, the diverse city has much to offer for the people who are interested in the Spanish language and in active tourism.
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