Our School

LOVIVO is located in the center of El Palo, about three minutes walk from the beach. The school has six spacious classrooms equipped with modern technology. All our facilities have easy access for people with reduced mobility and free wifi.

The former fishing village, El Palo is also famous for its seafront fish restaurants (Chringuitos) and for its beaches. This neighbourhood of Málaga offers visitors an authentic image of the Andalusian lifestyle. The fishing village is also famous for its seafront fish restaurants and for its beaches. The distance to the oldtown of Málaga is about 6 km and can be easily reached by public transport.

Málaga is situated in the centre of the Costa del Sol, overlooking the Mediterranean sea. The city has a variety of attractions. Its history goes back to the 8th century BC. During a walk through the streets you will encounter ancient Roman ruins and Arab castles. You will discover museums such as the “Centre Pompidou Málaga” and small art galleries. In the evening you may then go to one of the many theatres, concerts and sports events.

Of course, tasting the culinary specialties cannot be forgotten. Enjoy a paella on the beach or a glass of the typical Málaga wine with a “tapa” while listening to flamenco music. The numerous bars, cafeterias and traditional events such as Semana Santa, Feria de Málaga or Fiesta de San Juan offer a perfect setting to get to know the friendly people of this city.

The whole region has fantastic weather with an average temperature of over 20 degrees. It allows you to make the most of outdoor activities like golf, tennis, swimming, surfing, horseback riding, hiking or running.

From Málaga you also have excellent connections to many other important places in Andalusia like Seville, Granada, Córdoba or Ronda which makes day trips an easy option.