Get a rich sample of Spanish culture with this school trip to Malaga. The 4-day itinerary is jam-packed with activities including a visit to a local school, Spanish cooking classes and a tour of the city’s historical sights.
- Day 1: Orientation and beach activities
- Day 2: School visit, La Alcabaza, Roman Theatre, Castillo de Gibralfo
- Day 3: Bike ride, El Palo tour, cooking classes
- Day 4: Souvenir shopping, return home
Like what you see? Discover Spain’s vibrant culture in our detailed itinerary below! But remember, all our school trips are completely customisable.
*This is a special offer only applying November to March. Please enquire for more info.
✓ All transportation within Spain on public transport
✓ One local guide for each day of the trip
✓ Meals according to the itinerary
✓ Drinking water and some snacks
✓ All tickets to the activities and attractions listed in the itinerary
✓ 1 free teacher per 10 paying students
✓ 24-hour emergency contact support during the trip
✓ Detailed pre-departure summary & briefing
✓ Full financial failure protection
✓ Public liability insurance
✓ Our trips are fully risk-assessed
Day 1: Hello Malaga!
Start your trip arriving at Malaga airport where you’ll then transfer to the accommodation using public transport. Check in, then follow your guide on an orientation tour around the city centre to get your bearings. Then, get ready for immersive beach games at the city’s iconic beach-side location.
Spend your first evening in Spain enjoying a tasty welcome dinner and trip briefing.
Day 2: School Visit & City Sights
Visit a local school, specially matched to meet your educational interests. Typically, you will take a school tour, join some lessons and play sports with the local students.
In case a suitable school is not available, the students will be engaged in alternative activities.
Visit some of the city’s most iconic locations: La Alcabaza and the Roman Theatre and marvel at the impressive sights and palatial majesty. Afterwards, take a walk up to the Castillo de Gibralfo for more majestic views.
For dinner, enjoy a delicious, authentic tapas-style meal.
Day 3: El Palo Bike Ride
Embark on a bike ride along one of the most scenic routes nearby and cycle until you reach the El Palo. Take a tour of this quaint fishermen’s neighbourhood before you ride back to the city centre.
Take part in a paella cooking class. Enjoy your delicious creations for dinner!
Day 4: Homeward Bound
Enjoy some free time to go back to your favourite parts of the city and to shop for souvenirs. Then, prepare for departure and head to the airport – take everything you’ve learned on the trip back to your classroom!
Develop Spanish language skills through immersion in a local school
Gain an understanding of Spain’s history by exploring Malaga’s iconic sights
Learn about Spain’s culture through interactive experiences, such as cooking classes
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