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TEFL Malaga | TEFL Spain
cArt, nature, culture, beaches, fiestas, real Spanish traditions, enchanting neighbouring towns and villages and plenty of sunshine; these are just a few of the reasons why you should choose Malaga as the city in which to earn your TEFL certificate.
Malaga is the main city on the Costa del Sol in southern Spain, where the sun shines for more than 300 days every year. It's also a city renowned for its culture as it is one of the oldest cities in the world, with a history spanning around 2,700 years. It's not surprising that the city is a strong candidate to be awarded the European Capital of Culture in 2016 when you consider the wealth of culture it has to offer:The birthplace of Picasso, where you will find the largest collection of his works at the Picasso Museum. The Alcazaba fortress and palace, home of the rulers of the Muslim sultanate of Malaga. The Roman amphitheatre, built in the age of Augustus. The splendid cathedral, constructed during the first half of the sixteenth century. The historical district of Malaga, where architecture from different centuries mingle, as is to be expected in a living and constantly evolving city.
The AndalucÃa region is also the undisputed home of the Flamenco. There are special festivals throughout the year dedicated to Flamenco dancing, although you can experience it on a daily basis in many local bars, together with the classical Spanish guitar, as popularised by Andres Segovia.
Modern Malaga is the main tourist centre on the Costa del Sol, with sunshine and beaches, restaurants, tapas bars and much more. Malaga is certainly a food lover's paradise, with literally hundreds of bars and beach side restaurants serving low cost dishes such as freshly grilled sardines, a range of local fish and seafood called, 'fritura malague' and all varieties of Mediterranean cuisine..
Malaga nature and beaches (playas)
Playa de la Malagueta: This is a very popular beach with the local people, one mile in length with good facilities and lifeguards. This Blue Flag awarded urban beach is located only ten minutes from the centre of Malaga. It's easily accessible by bus and has a good variety of restaurants and beach bars.
Playa Palo: Situated next to El Candado Marina (ideal for sailing, diving and swimming), with plenty of small coves, life guards, a promenade, a pleasant atmosphere, a range of restaurants, beach bars and a car park.
Playa Huell an: A fairly busy beach town, accessible by bus, which has its promenade named after Antonio Banderas. You will find a good atmosphere here, with beach bars, life guards and good facilities.
Playa Las Acacias: This is a very popular beach so it's a good idea to get there early. The beach is 1,200m long with fine grey sand, excellent facilities and long rocky breakwaters that divide it into sheltered sandy coves. It is very popular with young people and great at night with its lively promenade, it's only a 10-minute walk from the TEFL training centre.
El Torcal Park Nature Reserve: This delightful mountain range in Antequera can be found 30 km north of Malaga city. The park is known for its unusual limestone rock formations and within the 17 square kilometres are some of the most beautiful and impressive limestone landscapes in Europe. There are three routes through the park for walkers, the longest of which allows you to see the coastline of Africa.
National Park of Malaga: The Montes de Malaga, covering an area of 4,762 hectares, is located fourteen kilometres to the north of the city. The park is full of small valleys carpeted with pine trees, a species abundant in the area. In addition to the beauty of the landscape, the services provided by the national park, such as parking spaces, picnic areas and toilet facilities, guarantee a pleasant visit while at the same time protecting the environment.
TEFL Course in Malaga
Our TEFL course in Malaga is situated on a hill overlooking the beaches of the famous Costa del Sol. The mini-campus offers exceptionally facilities and services including great classrooms, a study centre and a computer lab. The high quality residence has everything you will need to successfully complete the course.
The accommodation included with your Malaga TEFL course fees is in a facility with more than 100 bedrooms, each with an en suite bathroom. You will also find a restaurant and bar, swimming pool, a dance studio, multi-activities room, three terraces and gardens and a mini-gym. Wi-Fi is also available.
The course fees listed on our website are inclusive of course-related lessons, materials, teaching practice, assessments, certificates, references, lifetime job assistance and more. We have no hidden costs or extra charges so the prices you see on the site are the prices you will pay.
The first step in enrolling on our TEFL course in Malaga is completing a free application. If you are at least 18 years of age and speak English fluently, you are eligible to apply for the course. The application is brief and we will send you a prompt reply. Once approved, you will receive additional information about the course content and schedule, your accommodation options, travel arrangements, as well as payment options and more.
Apply to take our TEFL course in Malaga now and soon you could become a certified EFL teacher. If you would like to move on after the course, we offer lifetime assistance finding jobs and our certificates are recognised worldwide.