Cultural Activities in Màlaga and visits to other cities

Cultural Activities in Màlaga:

Each school can decide which excursion or cultural activity they are interested in before the arrival. In the following table you can find the cultural activities we offer, from the most famous and requested ones to the less frequently booked, but not less interesting.

Cultural Visits in the surrounding of Màlaga

Nerja (1) - Nerja caves (2) - Nerja + Frigiliana (3)

(1) One of the most typical and beautiful Andalusian villages.

Discover the famous “Balcony of Europe” and enjoy your free time on the famous beaches of Nerja.

(2) The magnificent Cuevas de Nerja, one of Spain’s most popular and spectacular historical sites, are a series of huge caves stretching for almost five kilometers and home to the world’s largest stalagmite, a 32-metre-high column measuring 13 meters by 7 meters at its base.

The visit includes an entrance to the Nerja Museum and the Caves (not guided) + a guided city center tour.

(3) Frigiliana is one of the most beautiful white villages in the mountains of Andalucía and the place where the Festival of Three Cultures takes place.

Note: NERJA + FRIGILIANA (City Tour) + Free time on Nerja beaches is a visit available from April till October, depending on the weather; in case of bad weather the visit will be changed to Marbella+Mijas).

NERJA + Nerja Caves visit is available during all year round.


Ronda is one of the most spectacular cities of the region, with the impressive 98-meters-high Puente Nuevo right in the city center. The Old Town itself astonishes with a beautiful collection of buildings in varied architectural styles. The visit includes a guided tour around the city center.

Marbella + Mijas

Marbella is a perfectly preserved city with narrow, white streets and floral balconies where, along with a wide range of establishments, you will find Plaza de los Naranjos (Orange Square) with a 16th century Town Hall, the Santiago Chapel from the 15th century, and the Mayor’s House, dating back to the 16th century.

Mijas is a typical Andalusian “white village”, charmingly located among the mountains about 430 meters above the sea level. The visit includes a guided city center tour.

Cultural Visits in the surrounding of Màlaga

Granada / Granada + Alhambra - *with guide.

Granada is widely known as one of the most beautiful pearls of Spain, where European, Arab and Jewish cultures mix in an unique way. The visit includes a city center guided tour around the “Corral del carbón”, Cathedral (outside), the Royal Chapel, “Madrasa” (Arab School), Casa Zafra (typical Arab house) and Albayzín (a neighbourhood of Al-Andalus origin).

Alhambra tickets depend on availability and need to be booked at least 3 months in advance.

If Alhambra is not bookable when the budget is already approved, we offer “Tapas + Flamenco night” in Málaga instead.

Note: in summer the weather can be very hot


Sevilla + Cathedral/Tower *with guide.

Seville is the capital of Andalucía and one of the most spectacular cities in Spain.

The Cathedral of Seville and its surroundings were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987.

The visit includes a city center tour to see the most important monuments and the park of María Luisa with the famous Plaza de España.

To visit the Cathedral and the Giralda Tower, please check the prices.

Note: in summer the weather can be very hot


Córdoba + Mosque - *with guide.

Córdoba boasts an exceptionally rich historical and cultural heritage.

The Mezquita (Spanish for "Mosque") of Córdoba is a beautiful and fascinating building that symbolizes the Arabic splendor in Spain.

The visit includes a city center guided tour. To visit the mosque-cathedral please see the prices.

Note: in summer the weather can be very hot

Tarifa - *with guide.

Tarifa is the most southern city of the European continent. It is located at only 14 km from Africa.

With good visibility, the Moroccan mainland can be perfectly visible.

There is possibility to cross the walkway that divides the Mediterranean Sea from the Atlantic Ocean.

The old city center is protected by thick fortress walls and its narrow streets invite to walk and enjoy the views.

The ever-present breeze makes Tarifa the surfing capital of Europe.