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Full Day Gibraltar Sightseeing Tour

1. Full Day Gibraltar Sightseeing Tour

Your minibus will pick you up from Torremolinos, Marbella or Estepona and we will drive you to Costa del Sol. Once in Gibraltar, our minibus will take us to all the major sights, including Punta Europa and Las Cuevas de San Miguel. Punta Europa, on the edge of the rock, has a lighthouse and stunning views of the African mountains, just across the water. Cuevas de San Miguel has more of an edge. Though now a major tourist attraction, it was once a refuge for soldiers during wars and a secret passageway for those looking to escape. After the tour, we will give you the time to explore the shopping district of Calle Real and surrounding areas.

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Full-Day Ronda Tour from Costa del Sol

2. Full-Day Ronda Tour from Costa del Sol

Begin with a pickup by air-conditioned coach in Costa del Sol. Sit back and relax on the journey. Admire the beauty of the picturesque streets during the free time you will have in Setenil de las Bodegas. Feel the relaxing atmosphere and walk around at your own pace. Back in the bus, head to Ronda with your guide and enjoy a panoramic tour. See the Almocabar Gate, the Church of the Holy Spirit, and the Church of Santa Maria la Mayor, among others. Visit the Maestranza bullring on your own, one of the oldest ones in Spain and considered the cradle of traditional bullfighting. Home of the famous Goyesca bullfighting style, enjoy a visit to its museum and see its typical clothing. You will have free time to visit and to have lunch on your own. Meet your guide back again for the return trip to Costa del Sol.

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Full-Day Gibraltar Shopping Tour from the Costa del Sol

3. Full-Day Gibraltar Shopping Tour from the Costa del Sol

Spend the day shopping in Gibraltar from the Costa del Sol and get more for your money. The British territory offers unrivalled shopping opportunities, with duty-free prices on many goods, and top British stores on Main Street. With hotel pick-ups in the Torremolinos, Marbella, and Estepona zones, you will travel along the picturesque Costa del Sol, past the Contravallation Line, all the way to Gibraltar where you will have free time to explore its many shops. Your full day to Gibraltar departs at 08:20, which will give you plenty of time once you have crossed the border. Explore the famous Rock, and browse all the fantastic shops and boutiques, including the famous Gibraltar Crystal, where you will find many beautiful items made of quality crystal. You will even have time to do a bit of sightseeing before you return. Head down to the grotto of St. Michael’s Cave, and look out for the infamous Barbary macaques. It is said that the British won’t leave Gibraltar until the last macaque has departed! With your bags full, drive back along the Costa del Sol at the end of the 11-hour tour, enjoying the views of the Moroccan coastline across the Mediterranean.

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Mijas, Marbella & Puerto Banús From Málaga

4. Mijas, Marbella & Puerto Banús From Málaga

You will start the trip to reach the typical village of Mijas. This town, located in the center of the Sierra de Mijas, is dominated by the ruins of an Arab palace. The town, typically Andalusian, is formed by narrow streets with white houses characterized by elegant wrought iron grilles. Later you will have free time to admire the great panorama of the coasts, the mountains and take a walk to discover this curious city. After the free time in Mijas you will resume the trip to Marbella, on arrival you will take a small panoramic overview of the city by bus and later a walk through the city, after the walk you can enjoy free time in the city. You will leave Marbella behind to continue towards Puerto Banús, a key point on the Costa del Sol for celebrities and the wealthy, enjoy free time to see its marina, its promenade or have a drink in one of its many establishments.

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Malaga: 3-Hour E-Bike Tour to White Village Olías

5. Malaga: 3-Hour E-Bike Tour to White Village Olías

Begin your e-bike tour by first cycling through the city of Málaga until the foot of the mountain. From there on, an ambitious climb awaits you, which is not problem since you'll have the assistance of your e-motor. Going up the hill, enjoy the views of the city, including the football stadium and the botanical garden. Easily ride up on a well maintained, light traffic road. Upon reaching the peak, an observation deck awaits you, where you can take memorable pictures and have a break with some refreshments. Roll downhill and enjoy the pleasant winding passages. Reach Olías, one of the area's famous white villages hidden in the mountains. Take the opportunity to meander through and experience some local culture.  Get back to sea level and arrive at the small fishermen's village El Palo. Take another break in one of the modest restaurants located directly by the sea. Afterward, take a comfortable ride along the coast and visit the remarkable harbor, before returning to the meeting point of your ride.

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Malaga: 3-Hour Food Walking Tour

6. Malaga: 3-Hour Food Walking Tour

If you dream of exploring Spain with all 5 senses, then this is the tour for you! Taste the best of Malaga and Spain, and learn from a local what makes Spanish food culture unique and special. This tour combines a lovely walking tour with an emphasis on food! This 3-hour tour is ideal for a shore excursions or city break. Solo travelers, children, vegetarians, families, couples, and friends are all welcome, with no minimum group size required. You will explore a traditional market and taste local specialties at some of Malaga’s most traditional places. Enjoy all kind of tastings and an unforgettable experience of authentic and tasty Spain! Your discovery of Spain’s food starts in Calle Larios, one of Malaga’s liveliest streets. This beautiful street with stunning 19th century architecture is the place to see and be seen. One of the most vibrant streets in Malaga, it is the 5th most expensive street in Spain. After a nice walk you will reach the first stop with chocolate and churros (traditional pastry that you have to dip in very rich chocolate). From here you will visit a local market, enjoy some food tastings, and walk through the historical areas to see the Moorish Citadel, the Renaissance Cathedral, the Roman Amphitheater, Picasso’s sights, and much more. Enjoy a tasting of Iberian ham and Manchego cheese along with some fresh seasonal fruit. End the tour on a sweet note with a typical local ice cream made of turrón (roasted almonds, cinnamon and honey).

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One Day Trip Ronda From Málaga

7. One Day Trip Ronda From Málaga

Ronda is one of the main cities of Malaga. Along with the capital, it is one of the most visited cities due to its enriching cultural heritage and rural environment. Ronda is surrounded by different mountain ranges, like the Sierra de Grazalema and the contrasts in its landscape are more than praised by tourists. While it is not very common in other Andalusian cities, an interesting fact about Ronda is that it has Celtic origins and that the Greeks gave it its name “Runda”. On this one-day trip you can visit a plethora of cultures. Take in the spring weather all year round because sun and mild temperatures are almost always guaranteed. 

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Malaga: Market and Winery Tour with Tapas

8. Malaga: Market and Winery Tour with Tapas

Get to know the most unusual and traditional places in the historic center of Malaga with this foodie group tour. Enjoy its inhabitants and the culture of tapas, while savoring an excellent selection of typical dishes from the area at the Central Market of Atarazanas. Walk through this vibrant market and let your expert guide enhance your tasting experience by decoding all the dishes for you. Enjoy a unique atmosphere while savoring some of the most delicious and interesting dishes in Malaga. Taste some delicious local wines in a tavern of the oldest winery in Malaga that was founded in 1840. Find out ow to distinguish what is a good Serrano and Iberian ham. Learn more about local recipes. Share your passion for food with your local guide as they share their first-hand experience with local flavors and culture with you. Feel confident, as all guides are qualified as tourist guides by the Junta de Andalucía.

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Córdoba and Mezquita from Málaga

9. Córdoba and Mezquita from Málaga

The province of Cordoba, which still bears traces of its Iberian, Roman and Muslim past, is rich in traditions; it has an outstanding architectural heritage, and its gastronomy has undergone a considerable resurgence with the revival of a range of dishes from the traditional cooking of the region. Explore the unique influences that have created the cultural traditions of the city. The city have a vast flamenco scene that while in the region is worth visiting, and testing out. The famous Bulls that so much Spanish culture celebrates have importance still within Cordoba. Once the beating heart of Spain, Cordoba is the Muslim capital of Spain, which gives the city unique flares of cultural difference to rest of the region. The Guadalquivir river crosses this region providing water for the lushes valleys growing olives and grapes. Toward the north the landscape becomes progressively more wild with forests and abundant life approaching the Sierra Morena. In the south, the land rises gradually until it reaches the mountains of the Subbetica range. 

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Malaga: E-Bike 3-Hour Sightseeing Tour

10. Malaga: E-Bike 3-Hour Sightseeing Tour

Before the tour, you will be provided with a suitable E-bike. After all the adjustments have been made to achieve the best possible personal comfort (seat and steering raises), you can start. You cycle to the traditional district of El Perchel Sur (Don Quixote was once here as a tourist), where you can discover one of the most traditional markets in Malaga - Mercado Del Carmen. Continue through the less developed, but no less interesting parts of Malaga, where you will get an insight into the real life of the Malaguenos: El Perchel Norte and La Goleta. On the way to the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, you will experience small and beautiful sights such as Mercado de Salamanca, Museo Jorge Rando, Museo de Vitriol, or Iglesia de San Francisco. Continue on and climb the mountain to the defensive fortress Gibralfaro. A little further down from the beautiful Parador De Malaga, you have a fantastic view over the city. Continue to the beach and, depending on your mood, you can make a stop in the traditional fishing village of Pedregalejo. Afterwards, cycle along the beach promenade, the Palacio Miramar (Hemingway once drank his Cuba Libres here) and the new and modern port of Muelle Uno, back to the starting point.

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What people are saying about Málaga

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 1,423 reviews

A private tour is always something special, we had a very nice day today. Our guide Manuel was very informative, very friendly and gave us a lot of time so that we could see everything. The tour of Mezquite was very good and you had plenty of time for everything. Afterwards we could even have lunch in peace and then we even had a final tour. We definitely recommend the travel agency

The truth is that we loved it, thanks to Sergio the driver and especially to Miguel the guide, who made the visit very enjoyable, with his charm and his way of explaining things to us, despite spending a long time on the bus. visit I recommend it 100%

Great time had with Carlos our guide, the food & wine were superb… there was me , my hubby & Carlos.. so very personal guide. Would recommend this highly…

Very informative tour. Nice amount of time to learn the area. Danny, a helpful, English speaking driver.

Superb view. Also visit the museum with paradise garden and view