Malaga on foot tour.
Gateway to the Costa del Sol, Málaga attracts visitors from across the world—but this coastal city holds secrets many visitors miss. On this sightseeing tour, explore Málaga as your private guide
brings the city’s history to life. Hear the backstories behind top attractions such as the Alcazaba and Málaga Cathedral. Discover hidden passageways through the ancient Old Town,
and personalise your route to hit the attractions of most interest. For more information click
Malaga boat trip. Step aboard a catamaran for a sail down the coastline of Malaga, followed by a meal at a portside restaurant. Relax on board the spacious boat and take in the scenery, snapping photos of the coastal landscape. Once the cruise wraps up, head to a restaurant in the port for a meal (lunch or dinner, depending on which scheduling option selected). For more information and tickets click here.
Flamenco show in Malaga. No visit to Andalucia is complete without seeing a flamenco show, an art form that’s recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Guarantee your ticket to a performance at the prestigious Tablao Flamenco los Amaya by booking your experience in advance, and choose from an early or late evening start time to suit your schedule. For more information and tickets click here
Bike & tapas tour. Cycle the streets of Malaga on a hunt for the city’s best food during this 3.5-hour biking, tapas and wine adventure. Pedal to some of this
southern Spanish town’s best attractions and eateries, sampling a mix of traditional and modern tapas, luscious wines and plenty of local history along the way. You’ll stop by the oldest bodega in
the city, pass by a Roman amphitheater, and chow down at one of Malaga’s newest hotspots for gastronomy. A guide, cycle and helmet, and some food and drinks are covered. For more information &
tickets click here.
Malaga tapas tour is a guide that leads you to eateries serving perfectly grilled sardines, succulent Spanish sausages and flavorsome ham. Gain fascinating insight in Andalucia’s culinary heritage as you sip crisp San Miguel beers and sample sweet dessert wines on this fulfilling food tour. Enjoy. For more information and tickets click here.
Explore Malaga by Segway with this one and a half hour tour. You'll start by learning about how to safely navigate one of the devices, followed by a tailor-made
trip focusing on the history and culture of Malaga. Depending on your interests, you can visit the city center and the breath taking view's of Gibralfaro Hill, or head down to the Port neighborhood
and Malagueta Beach. For more information and tickets click
The Malaga hop on hop off tour bus. This is a great way of getting around Malaga and seeing the sights. Hop aboard a double decker bus and pass top attractions, including the Playa de la Malagueta, Plaza de Toros, and the Malaga Cathedral, known for its mysteriously unfinished south tower. Hop off to explore as many times as you like within 24 hours, and then rejoin the route at one of 14 stops evenly distributed throughout Malaga. Upgrade to include a guided, 1-hour walking tour with your ticket. For more information and tickets click here.
Horse carriage rides around the streets of Malaga is a good way to see the town. The rides last around 30 minutes and there is no real need to pre book. The rides are located around Calle Cortina del Muelle. For more information and directions to the horse & carriage rides click here.
Bike tour Malaga is a great way to see the city. The company started in 2007 and has offered bike riding experiences ever since. The options available are bike rentals including e bikes and guided tours around Malaga and beyond. For more information and directions to Bike tour Malaga click here.
La Rosaleda Stadium is the home of FC Malaga football club. The ground first opened it’s doors in September of 1941 and the first game was against Sevilla. The stadium has a museum and does do tours. For more information and direct ions to La Rosaleda stadium click here.
This attraction has now closed down Princess Mirador is a great way to view Malaga and surrounding area. The wheel stands 70 metres high and take 15 minutes to complete 3 rotations. Each cabin holds 8 people and most have disabled access. For more information and directions to the Princess Mirador click here.
Auto & fashion Museum in Malaga. This is a great place to spend a couple of hours. The exhibition has a fantastic selection of quality vehicles and ladies fashion of the era of the car. It is a great way to get an insight into how fashion and vehicles changed over the years in Spain. For more information and tickets to the Museum click here.
Plaza Mayor is Malaga's out of town shopping centre. In September 2018 the designer village will be complete and open making this the largest shopping centre in the area. The Plaza has large car parks and is on the the Malaga Fuengirola train line. For more information and directions to Plaza Mayor click here.
Day trips from Malaga. There are some great day trips from Malaga including Alhambra palace, Gibraltar and Morocco to name a few. For more information and tickets click here.