Province of Málaga
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  • From Ardales: Half-Day Excursion to the Caminito del Rey

    1. From Ardales: Half-Day Excursion to the Caminito del Rey

    Discover a landscape of extraordinary beauty just north of Málaga on a half-day excursion to the walkway of the Caminito del Rey. Encounter a footbridge over 3 kilometers in length, built on the walls of the Gaitanes Gorge (Desfiladero de los Gaitanes). Experience one of the most beautiful natural enclaves in the province at a canyon excavated by the River Guadalhorce. During some stretches, the incredible route reaches heights of up to 105 meters. Although the best-known stretch of the route is the footbridge, the total journey of the Caminito del Rey is 7.7 kilometers. You have to arrive at the start of the path by foot to follow the linear path in a single direction descending from north to south. Join a Spanish-speaking guide who will accompany you throughout the tour, and hear anecdotes and learn all the curiosities surrounding the incredible location and construction of the walkw...

    A little disorganized when you get there as to where to go on the road leading to the Kiosk, but we just asked the closest guide for the tour ahead of us who told us to wait for the English speaking guide. Our guide, Carlos, was very informative and had been doing this for 13 years so he knew a lot and had great information. This tour was strenuous at times and got so bring water and even a small snack to keep up your energy. Not recommended for anyone fearful of heights or anyone who can’t keep up with walking, in a wheelchair or kids. But, it was the most amazing experience- almost like a Spanish Grand Canyon! Totally exhilarating and highly recommended!

  • Malaga: Hop-on Hop-off Bus & Experience Card Options

    2. Malaga: Hop-on Hop-off Bus & Experience Card Options

    Malaga boasts pretty streets, leafy boulevards, and lush gardens. See the major attractions of this lovely city with a 24 or 48-hour ticket for a hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour. With the aid of the tour’s onboard multilingual audio commentary, learn why the Malaga Cathedral is called La Manquita – the one-armed lady! Also, hear all about the old palace fortress and its 2 rings of walls. On the open-top double-decker bus, enjoy panoramic views of the city as well. You can visit the Alcazaba, where you’ll find a museum and pleasant gardens along with breathtaking views. While in the vicinity, stop by Castillo de Gibralfaro for a look at the ramparts and more spectacular views. You may want to see the ancient Teatro Romano and the reconstruction work that’s underway. Don’t forget the Picasso Museum, another important attraction in the city of his birth. Also enjoy free access t...

    Lots of pick up and drop off points , easy to find and staff very helpful. We went all the way round and then stayed on until we got to the castle. Had a look round and caught next bus back to town. As we didn't start until 1pm we could use it the following day as well.

  • Málaga: Segway City Tour

    3. Málaga: Segway City Tour

    Explore the city of Málaga in a fun and unique way without even breaking a sweat. With a Segway, you can take a tour of the city that lasts 1 or 2 hours, or opt to explore the countryside with an off-road trip. Upon arriving, you will first undergo a 10-minute orientation that teaches you how to use and maneuver a Segway. Then head toward the heart of the center, arriving at Larios Street and Constitution Square. See the Carmen Thyssen Museum and Picasso Museum before continuing down the center for a look at the beautiful Santiagio church. Then you will head to Plaza de la Merced and Picasso's birthplace. Take a peaceful ride through a nearby park, and visit the marina with its recently renovated docks. Head up a forest road to the Gibralfaro Parador, which offers a stunning view over the city. Enjoy a break for a coffee or beer before heading to the beachside promenade. On this tour,...

    Staff were very friendly and ensured that everyone was comfortable on the Segway before leaving on the tour. I would describe the trip as a Segway riding experience rather than a guided tour around the city. We went through the park, up to the castle and around the pleasant part of Malaga port. All in all, a fantastic hour, we are no spring chickens and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and would consider the experience suitable for most ages.

  • Malaga City Tour by Ninebot Segway

    4. Malaga City Tour by Ninebot Segway

    See the highlights and hidden gems of Malaga on a fun tour by Ninebot Segway, suitable for families and those who want to discover tucked away monuments with ease. Benefit from the local knowledge of an expert guide and see far more than you would on a walking tour. Learn how to use the self-balancing personal transporters before you head off through the historic city center. Make your way up Mount Gibralfaro and get incredible views of the city and bay from the lookout. Continue along the walls of the Alcazaba and then on to the seafront promenade to see some of the best urban beaches. Return towards the port to look at La Farola de Málaga lighthouse at the entrance to the harbor. End with a visit to the shopping district of Muelle Uno and see the beautiful new Palmeral de las Sorpresas promenade. 

    Couldn’t recommend this highly enough. The guide was amazing and very patient with us! A brilliant way to see the city

  • From Málaga: Skip-the-Line Nerja Cave and Frigiliana

    5. From Málaga: Skip-the-Line Nerja Cave and Frigiliana

    Discover two emblematic towns of Málaga's coast, the province known for plentiful sunshine hours, charming white villages, and its great cultural and artistic heritage. Visit Frigiliana and the Caves of Nerja with an English-speaking guide, and learn about Andalusian history and customs throughout your tour. After making your way to the meeting point, board your transport toward the town of Frigiliana. Admire the town's Moorish structure, the beauty of its houses full of flowers, the smell of nature, and the sea breeze. Contemplate amazing panoramic views from the Arab Lizar Castle and Fortress. Next, make your way to one of Spain's major tourist attractions on the Costa del Sol, close to the town of Nerja. Enjoy skip-the-line access to the Caves of Nerja, and explore the cave's different chambers with your guide. The tour concludes back at the original meeting point.

  • Granada and Alhambra Shore Excursion from Malaga

    6. Granada and Alhambra Shore Excursion from Malaga

    Experience the beauty and serenity of the Andalusian countryside on your full-day tour from Malaga port to the stunning city of Granada. Begin the day with a pick-up at the Malaga port and enjoy a 2-hour transfer through the serene countryside to the breathtaking Alhambra Palace. Discover the maze of magnificent halls and intimate courtyards decorated with rows of elegant arches, bubbling fountains and splendidly carved decorations. Visit the Palace of Charles the 5th, an outstanding example of Spanish Renaissance architecture, as well as the Alcazaba fortress whose Torre de la Vela tower offers spectacular views of beautiful Granada. Continue the tour with a visit to Generalife Gardens, a royal place of leisure and recreation with beautiful exotic gardens, stunning water features and the aroma of jasmine. Afterwards, enjoy free time to explore the historical city center of Granada and...

    Great day... good bus, great guide, the bus guide talked a lot but he was very informed. The man holding the sign at the port to give us directions to the bus was impatient and rude.

  • Malaga: 3-Hour Private Customizable Walking Tour

    7. Malaga: 3-Hour Private Customizable Walking Tour

    Create your dream tour of Malaga with a customizable private guided tour. You could choose to discover the charm of the city center and old town with your knowledgable guide. Discover the mix of Roman, Arabic and Christian architecture and learn about how the city has evolved over the years. Visit the famous monuments, including the Roman theater and Alcazaba and discover why the Cathedral of Malaga is called the One-Armed Lady. Alternatively, you could head out into nature and discover panoramic views of the city from a scenic viewpoint. During your hike, learn about the Moorish times in Malaga and discover exotic plants in the Subtropical park.  Another option is to explore some of the city's many museums. Learn about Spanish painters, history, flamenco, and, of course, the most famous malagueño - Picasso. There is a museum for everyone's interests, so take advantage and learn someth...

  • Malaga: Fast-Track Picasso Museum and Roman Theater Tour

    8. Malaga: Fast-Track Picasso Museum and Roman Theater Tour

    Discover the highlights of Malaga on this premium guided tour. Start your tour with a visit to the Picasso Museum and avoid the long lines of tourists with your fast-track entrance ticket. Inside the museum, admire collections of some of Picasso's most iconic pieces. Visit the remarkable Palace of Buenavista, a one-of-a-kind Renaissance building that also houses a Roman-style villa, and learn more about the life and times of Malaga's most famous resident from your English-speaking guide. Next, enjoy a guided walking tour of Malaga's 2000-year-old Roman Theater. Learn about Malaga’s history, arts, culture, and architecture, from the city’s Roman maritime beginnings to its impressive position as one of Europe's early trading ports. View the incredible discoveries of the Roman Theater, its colors, and vibrancy before enjoying an exterior visit to the town’s famous Cathedral, which was once...

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What people are saying about Province of Málaga

A little disorganized when you get there as to where to go on the road leading to the Kiosk, but we just asked the closest guide for the tour ahead of us who told us to wait for the English speaking guide. Our guide, Carlos, was very informative and had been doing this for 13 years so he knew a lot and had great information. This tour was strenuous at times and got so bring water and even a small snack to keep up your energy. Not recommended for anyone fearful of heights or anyone who can’t keep up with walking, in a wheelchair or kids. But, it was the most amazing experience- almost like a Spanish Grand Canyon! Totally exhilarating and highly recommended!

This was a great experience. The views are breathtaking and would definitely do it again. Having a guide was nice at the start of the tour as we could learn more details about the trail and the canyons. He mainly spoke Spanish,but he then summarized it for us in English as well,which was more than fine. Later on we separated from him as he remained behind with the last people of the group,so basically we didn't learn much more about the last part of the trail. Would recommend the trip/ trail to anyone!!

This was a beautiful walk with astonishing views. Our guide, Maria, was very enthusiastic and gave us very interesting background information. Afterwards we also walked from the back of El Kiosko to the start of El Caminito, which is also a beautiful walk.

Maria is the best guide I’ve ever met. She explained us everything about this path. Thanks for the drinks in the end. Everything was great. Kacper&Paulina

best service from the tour guider, very dedicated. the food recommended was very good too, wonderful homemade drinks