The moment you step off the plane in Malaga, the gust of warm sea air tells you that you are somewhere good. Somewhere Mediterranean.
A stroll through the city confirms it: palm trees line the streets, cafes spill out onto the pavement and, of course, the beaches are never far away. Ancient ruins in the middle of the city hint to a lively past that predates the bright lights of the Costa del Sol by thousands of years. Malaga is lively all year long and is a superb place to learn Spanish.