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Spanish Language Schools in Marbella - Ranking 2022

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7 Best language schools in Marbella (ranked based on student reviews)

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Mediterranean city on the Costa del Sol. Marbella is famous for its beaches, luxurious yachts, beautiful boutiques and more than 40 Golf courts. As you can see, the city has lots to offer its visitors and Marbella Old Town is a refreshing break from beach life, with its renaissance architecture and quaint terraces. Marbella doesn't stop when the sun goes down! There are heaps of restaurants to sample both the local and International cuisines, including Michelin-starred restaurants for a treat. The nightlife here is electric with trendy bars and lavish clubs.
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What our students said about Marbella

Rating: 4/5

4.0

Marbella is not the best place to learn Spanish. Many foreigners live in Marbella, so you are often addressed in English in shops. Marbella has beautiful beaches, a nice old center and a lively entertainment center around the harbor.

René
Netherlands

Rating: 5/5

5.0

Beautiful town, clean, but be careful, delicious food is everywhere, bakeries, ice cream and tapas bars everywhere.

Julia
Germany

Rating: 5/5

5.0

Have been there several times and think the beach promenade is beautiful.

Werner Mag.
Austria

Rating: 4/5

4.0

Very touristy and nightlife geared toward younger revellers.

Maria
Ireland

How our students rated their experience in Marbella

4.0

Rating: 0.0/5.0

Overall city attractiveness
75 authentic reviews from students who reserved with us
Nightlife

Rating: 4.0/5.0

4.0
Friendliness of locals

Rating: 4.2/5.0

4.2
Interesing things to do

Rating: 3.7/5.0

3.7
Geographic setting

Rating: 4.4/5.0

4.4
Public transport

Rating: 4.6/5.0

4.6
Climate

Rating: 4.6/5.0

4.6
Cleanliness

Rating: 3.9/5.0

3.9
Affordability

Rating: 4.0/5.0

4.0
Shopping

Rating: 4.5/5.0

4.5
Safety

Rating: 4.7/5.0

4.7

Most recent student reviews of language schools in Marbella

Rating: 4

4.0 | 63 reviews

Good teachers and good intake so that you receive lessons at the right level.

13 December 2019
Course: Intensive 20 - 2 weeks
Student age: 55 years

René
Netherlands

Rating: 4.3

4.3 | 12 reviews

I miss you so much.
Brilliant school facilities

30 August 2019
Course: Intensive Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 49 years

Julia
Germany

Rating: 4.3

4.3 | 12 reviews

In October there were only a few students in the school and it was accordingly quiet. I liked that.

30 October 2018
Course: Super-Intensive Course - 1 week
Student age: 37 years

Anja
Germany

Rating: 4

4.0 | 63 reviews

The teachers. I had four different teachers in 2 weeks and they were all excellent.
Class sizes were too big as we joined the second week in September. Not much chance to speak. As for value for money, it was almost the same price as if I had gone elsewhere for private lessons.

29 October 2018
Course: Intensive 20 - 2 weeks
Student age: 66 years

Patricia
England UK

Rating: 4

4.0 | 63 reviews

The best thing about the school was that you never felt uncomfortable or nervous in the classroom.
No, not really

17 August 2018
Course: Intensive 20 - 2 weeks
Student age: 17 years

Jon
Sweden

Rating: 4

4.0 | 63 reviews

Excellent teachers with excellent interpersonal relation skills.

27 July 2017
Course: Intensive 20 - 1 week
Student age: 54 years

Hans-Jørgen
Denmark

Rating: 4.3

4.3 | 12 reviews

Nice teachers. Adapted schedules. Few students per class

25 July 2016
Course: Intensive Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 60 years

Jacques
France

Rating: 4.3

4.3 | 12 reviews

The teachers (very very kind), the location (close to the apartment and to the beach+city centre)
The secretaries are not very informative, plus the school charges extra money for late arrival to your apartment (after 8 p.m.) which is not fair.

12 July 2016
Course: Intensive Course - 3 weeks
Student age: 33 years

Anita
Hungary

Rating: 4

4.0 | 63 reviews

The teachers
The school is not set up for meeting and getting to know other students, as there were no common meals, coffee breaks (with free coffee) or other promotion of joint outings.

16 November 2015
Course: Intensive 20 - 2 weeks
Student age: 67 years

Ann-katrine
Sweden

Rating: 4

4.0 | 63 reviews

Small groups, lessons are in Spanish, teachers are engaged
The course book is structured. At the beginning, a placement test with a short interview is performed. Wg is simple. The excursion program of the school is very expensive.

28 October 2014
Course: Intensive 20 - 1 week
Student age: 28 years

Jennifer
Germany

Rating: 4

4.0 | 63 reviews

The friendly teachers and staff.
Most of the students were too young. The classes were too crowded, the classrooms too small, the air-conditioning was too bad! But the teachers and staff were very friendly and sympathetic.

31 July 2014
Course: Intensive 20 - 1 week
Student age: 50 years

Keyvan
Netherlands

Rating: 4

4.0 | 63 reviews

The teachers were very nice and helpful. I did learn a lot.
The probably shouldn't be advertising that they have computers when they are so old they barely function. There we running windows 2000.

8 January 2013
Course: Intensive 20 - 4 weeks
Student age: 25 years

Steven
Australia

Rating: 4

4.0 | 63 reviews

The teachers were very friendly and cared about the students. The classes were a lot of fun.
I would for back any time.

10 April 2012
Course: Super Intensive + - 2 weeks
Student age: 48 years

Gabriele
Deutschland

Rating: 4

4.0 | 63 reviews

Learning Spanish and meeting new people.

4 November 2011
Course: Intensive 20 - 4 weeks
Student age: 29 years

Raul
United States

Rating: 4

4.0 | 63 reviews

Dynamic teachers. Functional and pleasant school in a quiet place.

5 October 2011
Course: Intensive 20 - 1 week
Student age: 60 years

Gerard
France

Rating: 4

4.0 | 63 reviews

I liked the most that the teachers explained the material in a very interesting and simple way.
That was great! I improved my Spanish. Thank you.

8 August 2011
Course: Intensive 20 - 4 weeks
Student age: 15 years

Valeriya
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Interesting information about Marbella

Key Facts about Marbella

Population: 135,000
Time zone: -8h. (GMT +1)
Region: Andalusia, Provincia de Málaga
Currency: EUR (1 EUR = 1339.5348 KRW)
Visa: Nationals from South Korea do not require a visa to study short term courses up to 90 days. Check visa requirements for nationals from other countries.
High season: July
Low season: February
Average course price per week (High season): 184 €
Average course price per week (Low season): 118 €
Cost of Living:
  • Big Mac price (Spain average):4.38 € (20% more expensive than in South Korea)
    Mains electricity:
    • Plug Type C
    • Plug Type F
    • Residential voltage: 230 V
    • Frequency: 50 Hz

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    Public transportation in Marbella

      

    Weather in Marbella

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    Events in MarbellaBest time to take a language course in Marbella

    May
    The day of Juanar Cross
    The day of Juanar Cross

    03 May 2022Marbella celebrates the day of Juanar Cross on May 3rd with a climb to the mountain of Juanar, where the cross of the same name is found and is the highlighted symbol of the history of the city.

    June
    The night of San Juan
    The night of San Juan

    23 June 2022The night of San Juan is a peculiar feast linked to the tradition of solstice. At midnight on the 23rd of June all the beaches of Andalusia light bonfires commonly called “juas”. The fire rite is usually accompanied by beach parties with music and food, commonly known as moragas. There is a huge fireworks display too. To attract good luck, people wet their feet in the sea at midnight and jump the bonfires three times.

    July
    The Maritime Parade of Virgen del Carmen
    The Maritime Parade of Virgen del Carmen

    16 July 2022The maritime parade of Virgen del Carmen is celebrated on July 16th and it is one of the most popular and important celebrations. Being the patron saint of sailors, maritime parades take place in most coastal areas. It consists of traversing the Virgin in a boat covered with flowers.

    What to do in Marbella

    Old Town
    Old Town
    Avenida del Mar
    Avenida del Mar

    Arrival Airports

    Málaga (AGP) - 38 km. from Marbella city center

    Public transportation to city center:

    Every 60 minutes, 11,00 €, 45 minutes.

    Main stops: Málaga Airport, Marbella

    Taxi: 45 €, 35 minutes drive to city center of Marbella

    Direct international flights from:
    • United Kingdom: Aberdeen, Belfast City, Belfast International, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Cardiff, Doncaster Sheffield, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow International, Leeds Bradford, Liverpool, London City, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, London Southend, London Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Southampton
    • Ireland: Cork, Dublin, Knock, Shannon
    • Canada: Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau
    • USA: New York John F. Kennedy
    Gibraltar (GIB) - 58 km. from Marbella city center

    Public transportation to city center:

    Every 240 minutes, 15,00 €, 95 minutes.

    Main stops: La Linea De La Concepcion, Cuatro Vientos - San Roque, Guadiaro, Sabinillas, Estepona, San Pedro de Alcantara, Marbella

    Taxi: 115 €, 65 minutes drive to city center of Marbella

    Direct international flights from:
    • United Kingdom: Birmingham, Bristol, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, Manchester

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    FAQ about schools in Marbella

    • Spanish Language Center, S.L. has received the best overall rating in Marbella.
    • Spanish Language Center, S.L., located in Avda. Ricardo Soriano 36, Edf. Maria III, 3rd floor has been voted as the school with the best location in Marbella.
    • 350€ for 2 weeks is the lowest price for a Spanish course in Marbella. The average cost of a language course in Marbella is 158€ per week.
    • Students rated the activity program at Spanish Language Center, S.L. as the best.
    • Spanish Language Center, S.L. was rated highest for quality of teaching.
    • If you are an absolute beginner you do not have to fill out a level test. The level tests are there just to make sure you will be placed in the correct level group, if you already have some knowledge.
      Robin Rebecca Pietersma, Dutch Consultant from LanguageCourse.net

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