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What people are saying about Costa del Sol

Comfortable bus and walking without guide

The bus picked us up in Malaga. After a small breakfast we started the walking (a bit later then expected, because of the the long queues). Once you enter the route, you walk on our own, no guide. You already got some info in the bus and it’s very relaxing to be able to walk at your own pace. The bus trip back was quick (maybe because of the nap :) ) and we arrived back in Malaga by 14:45

A great relaxing experience to add to any vacation in Malaga

I loved going to the bathhouse, it was so unique and made me fee boujie. The massage I received wasn’t the best though and they forgot we bookwd them so we had to get squeezed in between sessions, which the experience on a lower note, but the hot stone room was a cool and very unique item I haven’t seen before.

Hammam in Malaga: Bath and Relaxing Massage Reviewed by Eva, 15/08/2019

Nice ride, good trip, but no guide in the park.

We sort of expected a local guide during the walk in the park, which unfortunately wasn't present. Still the tour guide took us past an unusual route before we entered the park, which was fun. Furthermore, he (probably) told most of the stuff in the bus but it's harder to concentrate without visuals.

From Costa del Sol: Caminito del Rey with Tapas Reviewed by Anonymous, 03/07/2019

Great views but a lot of time wasted waiting around

Views were fantastic, nice easy walk, just a lot of waiting around (to get the group ready, to get in, to wait for tours in front of us, even to take the bus back) still worth it tho. Suppose to be a 3 hours tour, we left at 10 and didn’t make it back to the starting point until 3pm

Fabulous historic and architectural site, but not wheelchair-friendly

Well worth the visit, including the long drive. Spain is making efforts at better mobility access, but there are financial, architectural, and historic constraints. Staff is very courteous, even with security concerns.

Guided Tour of the Alhambra from Malaga Reviewed by Claudia, 19/06/2019