Nerja, sun and beach: the best place to live and study spanish
According to experts, the sun gives us happiness, and Malaga is the second community with more hours of light and boasts good weather all the year around.
Can you imagine being able to live the whole year watching the sun and without feeling cold? And study Spanish in Spain in the heat of the Mediterranean? Well, that’s what you can do in Nerja. And the fact is that according to scientific studies, the sun is the best therapy to be happy and fight the sadness thanks to the serotonin that secretes in our body, and being the best source of vitamin D.
In addition, and according to statistics from the National Institute of Statistics (INE), Malaga is the second place in Spain with more hours of sunshine, 3,059 throughout the year, and with 19 degrees of average temperature. This fact translates into 320 days of 365 you can enjoy a paradise on Earth. Somehow, it had to be justified that Spain is among the 30 happiest countries in the world, according to the UN.
Spain, among the 30 happiest countries in the world
In accordance with what has been said by the international organization, per capita income, life expectancy and social welfare are the variables that have most influenced being one of the happiest countries in the world. That means: our pace of life, gastronomy and climate play a fundamental role to reap such a favorable result.
In this way, and after have seen in the studies, “Costa del Sol” is postulated as one of the best places in the country to reside and, of course, to study. Something we know very well in Escuela de Idiomas Nerja. Especially with the classes that our teachers and students enjoy in our gardens during the majority of the year.
The quality of life that brings the tranquility of Nerja also helps with the activities you can carry out: discover the caves of Nerja, visit the Balcón de Europa, the Boquete de Calahonda, the Chíllar river or the neighboring Frigiliana. In addition, you can enjoy a kayak ride, swim in Burriana beach or Maro and even dive for its sea.
In summary, all of this in broad daylight and still with hours of sun to study, taste the gastronomy or spend time with friends and family. Nothing bad to live a season in the most beautiful corner of Andalucia, right?
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