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Marbella: Guided Wine and Tapas Bike Tour

1. Marbella: Guided Wine and Tapas Bike Tour

Enjoy a comfortable bike ride under the Andalusian sun while your tour guide points out historical details and fantastic sights. Enjoy tapas and wine, beer or nonalcoholic drinks in some of the best local bars. Pedal your way through Spanish history, culture, and cuisine. Begin your biking exploration on the boardwalk with a wonderful view of the Bay of Marbella. Travel to see Dali's sculptures and the Alameda Park in the old city. Admire the typical Andalusian white limestone walls, the narrow alleys, and the small streets creating an impressive labyrinth that comes out on the Plaza Santo Cristo. Then, visit Marbella's traditional fishing village, Barrio de los Pescadores. Here, immerse in not just luxury and beauty, but also hard work and ancient traditions.

Marbella: Tour of the Old Town with Wine Tasting & Tapas

2. Marbella: Tour of the Old Town with Wine Tasting & Tapas

Discover the charming little town of Marbella with its thousand faces and historic old town, and relish the delicacies of the region during. As you walk with your guide, be enthralled by the history and stories of the area as you take in your beautiful surroundings.  As you discover the history and culture of Marbella, understand the region further with delicious tastings. Start with a tasting of fine wines in the historic city centre and try some cold tapas. Afterwards, you will have the opportunity to sample various natural olive oils of the region and to visit Marbella's beautiful old town. End a great tour by savouring some typical Andalusian dishes along with a matching wine at a traditional tapas restaurant.

Marbella: Food Tour

3. 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.

Marbella: E-Mountain Bike Tour with Wine

4. Marbella: E-Mountain Bike Tour with Wine

Your professional guides will provide full instructions on the use of your EMTB, before taking you along ancient mountain trails and up hills you never thought possible on a bike. Your top of the range E-MTB will climb the mountain trails to traditional villages.  Then embark on an exhilarating downhill cycle back to the iconic Marbella to finish your tour in a selected local bar for wine and tasty tapas. Here you will enjoy authentic Spanish cuisine and some great wine with your guide and companions, after this riveting and exhilirating adventure.

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What people are saying about Marbella

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 12 reviews

We really enjoyed our tour of the Old Town and it’s fascinating history. The food and wine was delicious. We got to do a little olive oil tasting and ended up buying some basil infused oil to enjoy our time in Marbella

We had a great trip, with a visit to a super cute village, great views of Marbella - our guide was very charming and knowledgeable and the bikes were very good! I highly recommend!

Faboulous tour, our guide Jose was very informative. It was a nice way to get to know Marbella, to cycle through narrow old town streets. I would highly recommend to everyone!

Our guide was incredibly friendly and very knowledgeable of the area. She was warm and inviting. Eating a meal with her was like eating with a friend.

Our guide, Lana, was knowledgeable, personable and full of suggestions. He knowledge of the area was impressive.