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Our most recommended Málaga Walking Tours

  • From Costa del Sol: Caminito del Rey Guided Day Trip

    1. From Costa del Sol: Caminito del Rey Guided Day Trip

    Discover the Caminito del Rey on this guided day trip from Costa del Sol. Begin your tour at the Conde del Guadalhorce dam and follow an easy and safe route along nearly 8 kilometers of footbridges and trails. Follow your guide as they take you from the town of Ardales to the town of Álora. Learn about the history of the path, and its inauguration by King Alfonso XIII in 1905. Find out why it was declared one of the most dangerous trails in the world when it was built, and why now after its renovation, it's perfectly safe. Enjoy an adrenaline rush as you cross the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes, a narrow footbridge anchored to the rock and suspended in the air. Feel the thrill at the end as you cross the suspension bridge, more than 100 meters high. Meet your bus at the end of the tour, and head back to your pick-up location.

    Der Caminito del Rey ist extrem beeindruckend und definitiv eine Reise Wert. Der Trip mit einer großen Reisebus-Gruppe macht den Wanderweg gut erreichbar.

  • Málaga: Roman Theatre and Alcazaba Guided Tour

    2. Málaga: Roman Theatre and Alcazaba Guided Tour

    Journey through time on a guided tour of the Roman Theater (Teatro Romano) and Alcazaba in Málaga. Travel back to the days of Augustus, considered the 1st emperor of the Roman Empire from 27 BC until his death in AD 14. Situated in the cultural heart of Málaga, the ruins lie at the foot of the Alcazaba and is the oldest monument in the city. Learn the history of the theater before moving on to the best-preserved alcazaba in Spain. Enter the historic citadel to climb the walls and cross the former chapel of the Puerta del Arco de Cristo. Discover the beautiful Patio de Armas and get amazing views of the city from the top of the hill. Hear what the building was used for and how it evolved over time, following the 15th-century Siege of Málaga during the Reconquista and beyond. Marvel at the vistas of the Fortaleza de Gibralfaro, built in the 14th century to house the troops and protect th...

    We had a small English speaking group of 6. Virginia was our guide - very knowledgeable of the history and communicated with ease. Thank you! Great tour, highly recommended.+++

  • Malaga: 1-Hour Panoramic Segway Tour

    3. Malaga: 1-Hour Panoramic Segway Tour

    Begin your 1-hour Segway tour with a training session. An instructor will talk about safety and explain how your Segway is operated. Take some time to practice, and when you’re comfortable you’ll be ready to begin your tour. You will start your guided tour from Calle Larios, than ride through Plaza de la Constitución to Plaza de Uncibay. Your private guide will then take you to the Alcazaba, a palatial fortification of the Muslim period at the foot of the Monte Gibralfaro, where you can take in beautiful views of the Bay of Malaga. Then pass the Roman Amphitheatre and see the birthplace of Picasso. Continue on passing through the Plaza de la Merced, observing all the neoclassical Obelisk that stands in the middle as a tribute to General Torrijos. Then ride towards the cathedral located in front of the Plaza del Obispo/ Here your guide let you have some fun on Segway before ending the to...

    This was a great experience. After a short explanation about the Segway in general an some basic rules for the ride we left. Our tourguide was Theodore and he knew a lot of cool facts about the history of the city and was really enthusiastic. He really took the time to answer all questions and helped our daughter when we had to cross the road. It was an amazing experience and Our daughter of 9 years old also really loved the trip. Thanks a lot Theodore!

  • Malaga: Monumental 2-Hour Segway Tour

    4. Malaga: Monumental 2-Hour Segway Tour

    See the sights of Malaga with a local guide. Get a short practice session and safety briefing before you set off to ensure you feel comfortable and confident on the 2-wheel electric vehicle. Start your guided tour from the Paseo del Parque, then pass through the Palmeral de las Sorpresas straight to Port of Malaga. Stop near the Cathedral, also called la Manquita because the construction of the South Tower has never been completed. Go past the great Picasso Museum and head to the Plaza de la Merced, an important square in Malaga. After seeing the Roman Amphitheatre, built by César Augusto, roll onwards to the Monte de Gilbralfaro and over to the Parador Nacional. Enjoy the most amazing views of the coast and take a lot of photos. Ride back to the city and roll up at the Plaza de Uncibay. Feel free to ask any questions and get useful recommendations from your friendly guide.

    Overall, the tour was excellent. All the main sights in Malaga were covered, and riding around on segway made getting around fun. The guide Fyodor was very helpful in showing how the segway works, provided great commentary on the sights and in general was a great person to chat with. Definitely would recommend.

  • From Malaga and Costa del Sol: Gibraltar Experience

    5. From Malaga and Costa del Sol: Gibraltar Experience

    You'll tour will begin as your meet your bus in the center of Málaga, near el Corte Inglés, or elsewhere along the Costa del Sol. From there you will take a coach to Gibraltar, traveling in air-conditioned comfort complete with reclining seats, WiFi, and USB ports. Throughout the journey, your guide will provide you with information about interesting things to do and see once having arrived at your destination. Once having passed through customs, your coach will drive inside Gibraltar before stopping in the city center to park. Guests that have booked the "Rock Tour Option" will then be informed about their tour departure, with guests having not booked the rock tour receiving free time for the day. Your bus will return at around 3:00 PM, with your route back being conducted via the same road. You will arrive to the Costa Del Sol around 5:00 PM, marking the end of your tour.

    Great trip full of interesting information about Gibraltar. The guide Alex made it much special.

  • Caminito del Rey Path: Full-Day Tour

    6. Caminito del Rey Path: Full-Day Tour

    Your walking tour begins at the Conde de Guadalhorce Dam, the main water reserve in the province of Malaga. From your guide you’ll learn about the history of the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes. This canyon, carved by the Guadalhorce River, is at the center of the province. The construction of a water channel from the reservoirs in the north to El Chorro included building a pathway for maintaining the channel. The path is known as El Caminito del Rey (the little pathway of the king), as it was inaugurated by King Alfonso XIII. The length of the path is about 3kms and it is less than 1m wide. It hangs 100m above the Guadalhorce River. Test your nerve on this high-up adventure! Having finished the breathtaking Caminito del Rey, the bus will take you to Álora, a little village outside of El Caminito del Rey. A local product tasting will take place in a local restaurant, with products like a...

    The walk was great, amazing experience, not so much the lunch trap and the 3 hour plus ride home.

  • Málaga: Alcazaba and Roman Theatre Guided Tour With Entry

    7. Málaga: Alcazaba and Roman Theatre Guided Tour With Entry

    The Alcazaba of Málaga is one of the most beautiful attractions that you can visit while you are here in the city. Come and visit this stunning Muslim Palace by exploring its fortress, gardens and decorated backyards. Learn about its art, history, architecture and discover its hidden legends and curiosities that make this place so special. Finally, you will find out how the Christians conquered the Alcazaba and Málaga while admiring one of the most beautiful views of the city that will leave you speechless!

    Our young guide Anna and her trainee, were enthusiastic, knowledgeable and amusing. The whole experience was enhanced by there input

  • From Málaga: Caminito del Rey Small-Group Tour with Picnic

    8. From Málaga: Caminito del Rey Small-Group Tour with Picnic

    Depart from Málaga city center in an air-conditioned van and head towards the dam of Conde del Guadalhorce. On the way, you’ll cross the Guadalhorce Valley, a region famous for its production of citrus trees. Ascend into the Sierra de Alcaparaín and past several quaint villages. Hike from the dam to the beginning of the Caminito del Rey. Discover more about the geology of the natural park, the plants and animals of the Mediterranean, the surrounding landscape, and the local way of life. Stop to take photos at the most breathtaking viewpoints. Enjoy a delicious picnic lunch within the national park, including local delicacies. Once your hiking is done for the day, take the van back to central Málaga.

    It was great fun joining the little group of eight! Alfonso was very informative and let us know about various things (history, surroundings, etc). He gave us just the right amount of information compared to some tour guides who can easily drift off for quite a while making it a tedious experience, but this wasn’t the case with Alfonso. He was very easy to talk to and we enjoyed our chats with him! I definitely recommend everyone to join him on this great little adventure!

  • From Malaga: Day Trip to Gibraltar with Guided Tour

    9. From Malaga: Day Trip to Gibraltar with Guided Tour

    Meet your guide and hop aboard a motorcoach as you set off to Gibraltar. Along the way, relax and enjoy the scenery as the coach makes stops to pick up additional guests. During your journey to Gibraltar, listen to your guide as they detail the program for the day, point out interesting sites, and explain the main customs limits for products purchased on the peninsula. Also, learn a bit about the overseas British territory and its connection to Greek mythology.  Upon crossing the border notice how the city lies at the foot of a huge limestone rock where you can have fabulous views over the bay and sometimes the northern coast of Africa if the weather permits it. Arrive in Gibraltar and after the coach is parked you will have five hours to spend as free time and participate on your guided tour.  Connect with your guide to join a sightseeing tour that includes stops at Europa Point, entr...

    We were surprised that the tri included a minibus tour and entrance to the nature reserve. We dripped off at the caves and clim ed up on our own - great opportunity to explore! Time was limited and the schedule was a bit unclear in the beginning, but we truly loved Ales and his personality. Thank you!

  • Málaga: Traditional Tapas and Wine Tour

    10. Málaga: Traditional Tapas and Wine Tour

    Start this tour in a 200-year-old winery, where you will have your first Málaga sweet wine. The differences between each type of wine, the grapes used, etc. will be explained by a professional local guide. Next, go to the famous Bodega El Pimpi, the second oldest winery in town. and discover the hidden local’s corner in a Traditional Andalusian House. With amazing folkloric decoration, El Pimpi offers a wide range of different wines from Málaga. Have your first tapas and start enjoying the best of Málaga’s gastronomy. Experience a real Andalusian tavern at Calle Carretería and fully immerse in the locals’ atmosphere. Taste the house specialty: Spanish Vermouth. Try about 5-6 homemade tapas per person or more to share. You'll be full by the end of the tour.

    Victor was an amazing guide-he was charming, knowledgeable and a native Malaganian. We felt very privileged to have him as our guide. The tour was intimate and informative about local food culture, customs and history of the city of Malaga. Would highly recommend and will do again in the future!

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What people are saying about Málaga

Overall rating

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based on 1,423 reviews

Nice way to spend 7 hours on a Saturday. You get to wander around Mijas old town for about 1 hr 20 mins, then off to Puerto Banús for a quick look around. Finally you go to the centre of Marbella, where you have 2 hours to see the best bits: the old town and the beach. The multilingual guide is very helpful and is just with you on the bus. Recommended.

I couldn’t fault a thing! Everything was perfect! Perhaps we didn’t have much time in each place but that’s the case with organized tours! Awesome guide perfect organization, nice A/C-d bus!

Everything is very clear, on time, but the road takes 4 hours from Torremolinos, Gibraltar is wonderful, the guide is great, I liked everything very much.

Brilliant experience. The coach driver in Gibraltar was absolutely amazing and knowledgeable and knew what he was on about.

Superb city, the guide Maria del Mar is very professional and the driver Joseph is perfect !! I recommend.