The English-Speaking Club of Málaga (ESC) was founded in 1971 by nine friends of various nationalities.
This circle of friends grew and our club, formed with all the rules of association, continues to attract interest from expatriates in Málaga, as well as those who want to maintain and improve their English.

The header image is of the two towers of Málaga Cathedral, known locally as la Manquita (the One-Armed) as the tower on the right in the photo was left unfinished.

The club meets twice a week on Tuesdays in Bodega El Pimpi, and Fridays in the bar of the Monte Málaga hotel.

Prospective members may come to Club meetings three times; on further visits they are expected to join and pay the relevant fee. 

If members want to have drinks in the Pimpi clubroom, they must first pay for them at the bar. There is no waiter service in the clubroom.

Emilio Guzmán is the reference person for the Friday group.

Comments are always welcome. They will be removed at the end of a certain period as they tend to become dated.



  1. Dear Sirs,
    I'm planning to visit Malaga on 13 February for a week long tour of the Costa del Sol. The aim is to establish which area would provide the best facilities for someone from the Uk to live between January and March. Can you advise if you still meetup on Monday. It would be particularly useful to attend your meeting and speak to some of your members about the area. I can be contacted on jeffconnell@waitrose.com.

  2. What time do you meet this Tuesday ?

  3. Hello, We are considering moving to Malaga and you are the first group we are reaching out to. We are looking to buy, maybe rent in Malaga, also we need jobs. There are 3 of us in our late fifties. Jobs we need are more on the artistic level: painter, actor, journalist, professor. Please "plug us in" ! Thank you, Dann Dulin, Los Angeles USA PLEASE EMAIL ME: LionDash@aol.com

    1. great minds think alike :) John O'Regan

  4. I'm hoping to move to Malaga in September and would very much like to make contact with your club.... i hope to teach english and supplement with the sale of my artwork, mostly landscapes. Any advice / contacts welcome.... John O'Regan

  5. also.... are here any english speaking theatre groups based in Malaga? would very much like to join. John O'Regan.