Costa del Sol is one of the favourite destinations for those who want to learn Spanish. Many of them come attracted by the weather and the town's cultural and leisure offer. The locals' friendly personality makes easy to start conversations, what help to learn faster the language. If you visit Costa del Sol, not only will you learn Spanish, but you could also do many activities and dive into the culture.
Enjoying the beaches and the weather
With more than 325 sunny days a year, Costa del Sol has the best weather in Europe. So one of the best possible plans is to get lost in some of the uncountable beaches of the region. With more than 160 km of coast from Manilva to Nerja, the region is bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, with its warm water becoming perfect to to have a charming bath.
Diving into the town's culture and history
Málaga has been a strategic town along the Andalusia history. Many people such as the Romans, Arabians and Phoenicians have left their sign at the town's architecture. Remains like the Teatro Romano, the Alcazaba or the Gibralfaro's Castle are witnesses of the different peoples in the area’s cultural heritage.
Getting lost through the city centre
The city centre is a perfect place to get lost just walking around and enjoying the different shops of the area. You should walk along Larios street, the most symbolic one of the Costa del Sol's capital, and considered one of the Spanish most important shopping streets.
The Cathedral, built in the 16th century, is one of the most important buildings of the city. It is possible to visit it now, but you must book before.
Going sightseeing at the inner region
The Costa del Sol's inner landscapes are the region's crown jewel. Going into there you will find many charming villages ready to be discovered. You can't leave without visiting Ronda and its Serranía (mountain range),whose natural spots will not disappoint you. A walk around the Frigiliana's white houses and its tight streets will be unforgettable. Also, if you look for an amazing experience, you should do a tour through the Caminito del Rey or the Torcal de Antequera.
Tasting the gastronomy
The tapas are the perfect way to know the Costa del Sol's gastronomy. They have become a perfect mix between tradition and innovation for the last years, and the flavour is the star.