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Malaga: Taste-of-Spain Walking Food Tour

1. Malaga: Taste-of-Spain Walking Food Tour

Tapas are considered to be the main ingredient in Spain's national cuisine, and they are available all over the streets. They display the lifestyle, traditions, and customs of the local people, as well their historical background. Throughout this tour you will visit places that are out of the normal touristic culinary map of Malaga, places that are famous primarily among locals. The tour lasts 3.5 hours and follows a standard touristic route down to small grocers, chefs, and artisans, each with their own personal story and shared passion about national cuisine. You will experience a wide range of delicious and extraordinary tapas dishes and snacks which you can taste on your way throughout the old city. You will also hear the history of Spanish and Malaga cuisine and culture whilst touring around some of the main sites and hot spots of the city.

Malaga: Market and Winery Tour with Tapas

2. 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.

Malaga: Foodie Tour of Atarazanas Market

3. Malaga: Foodie Tour of Atarazanas Market

Discover new products and enjoy the best of Malaga on this foodie experience. The tour starts at the oldest winery in town, with 200 years of history. Here you’ll learn all about Malaga's famous sweet wines.  Next stop is the Atarazanas Central Food Market, located just 5 mins away. Learn about the history of the building and discover some of the best local products from Malaga such as  olives, figs, sardines and many more. You can sample some of the products as you weave between the market stalls.  Last stop is a traditional "ultramarinos" grocery store, where you will enjoy a well-deserved appetizer. Relax with your local sweet wine or Spanish vermouth in hand, and soak up the  atmosphere. Here you’ll try some of the best products in town: Iberian ham, Salchichón, Morcilla (blood sausage) and Manchego cheese.

Marbella: Food Tour

4. Marbella: Food Tour

Are you ready to discover the taste of Marbella? Try tapas and dishes that are less commonly experienced by tourists as you learn about the origins of local cuisine. To begin, meet your guide at the lighthouse. During the Marbella food tour, visit the beautiful beach, where contemporary buildings house many restaurants. You'll also walk to the top of the hill and see where the city was born. After the experience, your knowledge about local food culture will be a lot deeper than before and your belly will be full and pleased. Tastings included:  Pescaito frito: A mix of different types of fish (typically anchovies, acedias, hake, calamari and shrimps) that is fried after being tarnished in flour. Once the fish is ready, salt and fresh lemon are added. Salmorejo casero: Salmorejo is the Andalusian version of gazpacho. It is typically eaten in summer to refresh one’s palate. This creamy cold soup is made of tomatoes, bread crumbs, vinegar from Jerez, olive oil, and salt. Flautitas de pollo con guacamole: Dough rolls filled with chicken and garnished with guacamole, tomatoes, basil, and sour cream. Cured acorn-fed pork sausage (chorizo de bellota). Served with bread and olives. Berenjenas de almagro: Aubergines cooked in oil with cumin, pepper, sweet paprika, salt, garlic, white wine vinegar, and water. Served with bread. Alcachofa aliñada: Garlic artichokes (artichokes cooked and marinated with salt, lemon, garlic, parsley, eggs, capers, pepper, and oil). Served with bread. Croquetas caseras de jamón: These delicious croquettes are cooked with bechamel sauce (flour, butter, milk and nutmeg), salt, pepper, onion, olive oil, ham, eggs, and bread crumbs. With these ingredients, the croquettes are made in their typical oval shape and fried in hot oil. Ice cream: 2 scoops in cup or cone (normal cone, wafer, or chocolate cone). Homemade ice cream, produced by a historic and traditional ice saloon in Marbella.

Malaga: Local Food and Wine Guided Tour

5. Malaga: Local Food and Wine Guided Tour

Embark on an evening of good food and great company on this culinary adventure through the old city of Malaga. After meeting your guide and fellow foodies, start the tour with the stroll through the illuminated city center as evening draws near. As you explore, stop at carefully selected bars, taverns, and restaurants, and immerse yourself in authentic Spanish culture. Dine on beloved local dishes, including Iberian cold cuts, seafood, and traditional specialities. Wash your food down with a variety of regional wines ranging from sweet and refreshing fruity blends to an artisanal vermouth. This enchanting tour takes you to off-the-beaten-path gems that you won't find on the typical tourist trail. By the end of this 3 hour experience, you’ll have a full belly and a better understanding of Spanish cuisine and culture.

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What people are saying about Costa del Sol

Amazing experience. Very (food) value for money. You really get to know the difference between tourist tapas and really good tapas. And you come to places where you probably don't go as a tourist. And in the meantime also a lot of interesting facts about tapas and Malaga.

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…