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Mijas group walking tour
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Mijas group walking tour

Book your Mijas group walking tour and visit this beautiful village with a typical layout, narrow streets, and preserved Andalusian architecture

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Tour of Ronda town for Malaga
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Tour of Ronda town for Malaga

See the beautiful town of Ronda and its best highlights.

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Alcazaba and Roman Theatre guided tour in Málaga
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Alcazaba and Roman Theatre guided tour in Málaga

Book this guided tour and visit the Roman Theater and the Alcazaba of Málaga, the best-preserved Moorish fortress palace in Spain

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Caminito del Rey guided tour from Malaga
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Caminito del Rey guided tour from Malaga

Immerse yourself in nature, walk on footbridges at 100 meters of altitude and taste the local tapas.

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Caminito del Rey tour from Málaga with picnic
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Caminito del Rey tour from Málaga with picnic

Discover the beautiful Caminito del Rey with this tour departing from Málaga and enjoy a pic nic in the nature with local products

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Torcal de Antequera hiking tour from Málaga
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Torcal de Antequera hiking tour from Málaga

Discover the natural reserve of Torcal de Antequera with this exciting hike. See the animals living in the reserve and admire the rock formations

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El Saltillo gorge and white village hiking tour from Málaga
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El Saltillo gorge and white village hiking tour from Málaga

Discover the incredible natural gorge of El Saltillo and hike in the nature, before enjoying a pic nic with local products.

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Private tour of Málaga with an electric car
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Private tour of Málaga with an electric car

Book now your ticket and discover Málaga driving around the city in an electric car. See the best of the city from a different perspective.

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Picasso museum guided tour in Málaga
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Picasso museum guided tour in Málaga

Visit the Picasso Museum, admire the most famous works of the artist and learn about his Cubist legacy.

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Eco-Gastronomic tour in the Montes de Málaga natural park
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Eco-Gastronomic tour in the Montes de Málaga natural park

Discover the Montes de Málaga natural park driving an electric car. Have a taste of Málaga's famuos cuisine and learn more about the city

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Complete self-balancing scooter tour of Málaga
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Complete self-balancing scooter tour of Málaga

Book your Complete self-balancing scooter tour of Málaga and go on a two-hour journey to Gibralfaro, Málaga Cathedral, the Roman Theater, the Alcazaba, the birthplace of Picasso and the beach of La Malagueta with a local guide.

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Self-balancing scooter tour to Gibralfaro
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Self-balancing scooter tour to Gibralfaro

Book your Self-balancing scooter tour to Gibralfaro discover one of the best viewpoints of Málaga and see the city from a unique perspective with a local guide.

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Things to do in Malaga

Situated at the vibrant core of the Costa del Sol is Malaga, a city boasting an enviable climate and a plethora of outstanding tourist attractions. The city, birthplace of the celebrated artist Pablo Picasso, exudes history from every corner. Explore its array of monuments, from the impressive Alcazaba to the marvelous Roman theatre – in Malaga, the list of things to see and do seems endless. To ensure you make the most of your visit, we've curated a list of must-see attractions below.

The best activities and guided tours in Malaga:

1. Explore the cathedral and historic center:

Wander through the narrow streets of Malaga's historic center, lined with tapas bars and fashionable shops, and be wowed by its squares and monuments. Marvel at the Cathedral of Malaga, a true gem of the Spanish Renaissance – affectionately nicknamed 'La Manquita'. Besides its imposing interior, it's worth climbing the 200+ steps to the cathedral's towering rooftop, from where you can soak up incredible views at almost 50 meters high.

2. Visit the Picasso Museum Malaga:

Art lovers are invited to delve into the life and work of Pablo Picasso at his namesake museum. Located in the Buenavista Palace, this museum houses more than 200 works by the legendary artist. Likewise, the Picasso Birthplace Museum, situated in the building where the artist was born and spent his early years, is another essential visit. The collection includes works and personal belongings of Picasso and his family.

3. Take a guided tour of the Alcazaba and the Roman Theatre:

The Alcazaba, one of Malaga's most emblematic attractions, is a fascinating maze of palace chambers, gardens and impressive walls offering spectacular views of the city and the sea. As if that weren't enough, it's deemed one of the most outstanding monuments of Islamic art in Spain. Many guided tours include a stop at the Roman Theatre, located at the foot of the fortress. This theatre is one of the oldest monuments in Malaga, dating back to the 1st century. Thanks to excavation work, it's now possible to admire the cavea, orchestra, proscenium, and vomitorium of this architectural gem.

4. Walk the Caminito del Rey:

The Caminito del Rey, one of the world’s most spectacular trails, is an absolute must for thrill seekers. Experience heights of over 100 meters on the wooden walkways that traverse the gorges along the trail. One of the most impressive parts of the route is through the Gaitanes Gorge, whose walls reach up to 700 meters in height. The panoramic views along the trail are truly picture-worthy. For all this and more, it’s an essential activity in Malaga.

5. Relax in the Arab baths:

After a busy day visiting Malaga’s most popular attractions, there's nothing better than relaxing in an authentic Arab bath. Book an experience at Hamman Al Andalus, located in the city center, and shake off any tiredness in its thermal waters. Here, the intricate Nazarí decoration creates the perfect ambiance for relaxing both the mind and body. Treat yourself and enhance the experience by indulging in a rejuvenating massage.

6. Savor Malaga's cuisine:

For food enthusiasts, Malaga's gastronomy scene is a true delight. It's no surprise that dining at its tapas bars ranks as a favorite activity for travelers in this charming Andalusian city. Here, fresh fish and seafood take center stage in dishes like ‘pescaíto’ – fried fish. The star of the show is undoubtedly the 'espetos de sardinas' – skewered sardines – widely celebrated across the Costa del Sol, especially when savored at one of the beach-front restaurants. Complete this gastronomic journey with a sip of the renowned sweet wine, crafted from Moscatel and Pedro Ximénez grapes.

Plan your visit to Malaga

When’s the best time to visit Malaga?

Malaga enjoys an enviable climate all year round, with mild temperatures even in winter. July and August is high season, and therefore the busiest period, with temperatures ranging from 27 °C to 35 °C. If you want to go to the beach but prefer to avoid the hottest months, June and September are perfect; while in May and October the temperature is ideal for visiting the city. Holy Week is celebrated with great intensity in Malaga, and many tourists choose these dates to travel to the Andalusian city. The Malaga Fair in August is also a very popular event.

How many days should you spend in Malaga?

To visit the main sights of the city, such as the Alcazaba and the Roman Theater, two or three days are enough. But if during your vacation you want to go to the beach and take the opportunity to explore the surroundings, then it is better to stay four or five days. This way, you will have enough time to sunbathe in the Malagueta, do some hiking or take an excursion to charming villages such as Ronda or Mijas.

Where are the best beaches in Malaga?

In addition to the fantastic monuments and museums, Malaga can also boast great beaches. Thanks to its central location, La Malagueta is one of the most frequented. It has a wide range of services and numerous restaurants and beach bars, so after swimming and sunbathing, you can enjoy the tasty local cuisine. La Misericordia beach, more than 2 km long, is very popular, and on its promenade you can still see the large chimneys that testify to the industrial past of the city in the nineteenth century. Playa del Palo, La Caleta and Baños del Carmen are also worth a visit.