Learn Spanish & Cooking in Malaga

from £352 pp


5 days

Max 8 people

What you'll do

Learn Spanish in the morning and how to prepare classic Spanish dishes in the afternoon on this popular 1-week course in the vibrant city of Malaga for all Spanish language levels. You’ll be amazed at how much you pick up & how much fun you have when learning Spanish and cooking in Spain.

Whatever your Spanish level; choosing to combine Spanish lessons in Malaga, Spain with Spanish cookery lessons is the best way to accelerate your learning experience. Immerse yourself in the local culture and take home two new skills that will stay with you long after your trip is over.

At this friendly language school in Malaga, you will be taught by highly qualified native Spanish speakers who have a passion for teaching and use proven teaching techniques.

Lessons are highly interactive and you will speak Spanish from day 1 both inside and outside of the classroom. With four language lessons per day and interesting and social optional activities organised by the school, each day will see you increasing in confidence as you put your new skills into practice.

In the afternoon, don your apron and head into the kitchen to learn all about classic Spanish gastronomy as you learn how to make dishes such as paella, Spanish omelette and gazpacho during hands-on cooking lessons.

Your Local Host:

Spanish Language School in Madrid & Malaga

It all began in 2006. This language school was built from a small Madrid city centre flat to the fastest growing school in Spain, which has also recently opened a sister school in Malaga.


This friendly language school is centrally located, right in the heart of Madrid, in the city’s most exclusive Salamanca district and on.. Read More

Experience Itinerary

A Typical Day

Typical class schedule
– Spanish classes run daily Monday through to Friday each week
– Classes start at 9am
– You will have 4 group classes per day lasting 45 minutes each; 2 lessons will focus on grammar and vocabulary and 2 lessons will focus on listening and conversation skills
– You will have a short break in the morning
– You will have 3 private Spanish cooking lessons during the week lasting two hours each
– Cookery lessons will take place in the afternoon and exact times will be confirmed on arrival

What can I do in my free time?
– The school offers a host of optional cultural activities throughout the week
– You will have the chance to take part in different activities such as tapas tours, paella parties and cultural excursions to the city’s museums (some activities may come with an additional charge)
– You will also have plenty of free time to explore the local area and practice your new found language skills or just kick back and relax by the beach on this learning holiday with a difference

Reviews (2)

P Rice

Wednesday 15th May, 2019

Language classes were excellent. 1-to-1 cookery demonstration was good for language practise and interesting to witness, but maybe you should make it clearer that it is demonstration only with no hands-on cooking.

G Murphy

Monday 7th January, 2019

A great language school in Malaga. Rafael and his team were really helpful. Our teacher Noemi was very patient - which was brilliant as we were beginners...:)! Enjoyed the cooking sessions with Ana. Learned about local dishes. A quality experience. GoLearnTo were efficient too.

Location Info

This friendly Spanish language school has a wealth of experience and is the fastest growing in Spain. Located in a typical Andalucian barrio (neighbourhood), you will be surrounded by friendly locals to practise your Spanish with, lively bars and ..

  • 20 group, 45 minute Spanish lessons (for complete beginners to advanced levels)
  • Spanish lessons take place from 9am-12.15pm, Monday to Friday
  • Language level test
  • Class materials (photocopies and textbooks)
  • 3 private Spanish cookery lessons per week lasting 2 hours each
  • Enrolment fee
  • Internet / WiFi access
  • Social and cultural activity programme (some with small extra charge)

Learn Spanish & Cooking in Malaga