When exploring a new country for the first time, it's always a good idea to balance your sightseeing activities between spontaneous meandering, and expertly guided tours. This provides a well-rounded cultural experience, led by your own curiosity as well as a guide who knows the area and can provide you with unique insight and the local know-how you lack.
If you're looking to experience Malaga to its fullest during your tour of Spain, then you've come to the right place. Auto Europe has assembled an assortment of guided tour options to help round out your travel itinerary.
Spain is famous for its unique twist on cultural cuisine, where fresh seafood and light finger-food appetizers are prepared with discerning European culinary prowess, providing a hearty mix of light summery flavors and rich Euro decadence.
Malaga continues the Spanish culinary traditions with great pride, and its coastal locale makes for a near limitless amount of fresh fish, mollusks, and crustaceans year round. Visitors should take a Gourmet Tapas Tour in Malaga, the perfect way to experience all the intricacies and flavor profile characteristic of the region. Sample a variety of top-notch dishes as an expert guide leads you to some of the best restaurants and bars that Malaga has to offer.
Feel the calming tropical breeze brush past you, as you cruise the ancient city streets of Malaga on a bicycle, leisurely exploring the city's many exciting destinations. Bask in the sun, zipping through alleyways and cobbled streets, as an experienced guide gives you the run down on all the rich history and cultural complexities represented through Malaga's timeless destinations.
Located in Andalusia, Spain's southern coastal region, Malaga is home to a number of famous vineyards and wineries, known for producing region-specific sweet Sherry varietals. On this guided tour in Malaga, patrons will be given the opportunity to visit a number of wine tasting destinations throughout the region, all while being safely chauffeured along the breathtaking southern coastline on a lavish ferry boat.
Expertly guided by a number of professional sommeliers, travelers who embark on this exciting (and fun!) journey will learn of the region's rich history while developing a more discerning palette, pairing local cuisines with artisan wines.
Discover Malaga's many fruitful attractions, and explore the North African city of Tangiers all in a single day, when you book this exciting, culturally diverse guided tour, spanning from Spain to Morocco via the straight of Gibraltar. Guests will start the day with a condensed tour of Malaga's most prominent sites, then board a high-speed ferry across the straight of Gibraltar, landing in Tangiers. Spend your afternoon exploring this exciting city, taking in the vibrant Moroccan lifestyle through local cuisine, shopping bazaars, and national monuments.
The tour lasts the entirety of the day, concluding after your return to Malaga in the evening. Why not experience the best of both worlds, transitioning from the relaxed Spanish atmosphere, to the frenetic Moroccan lifestyle and enjoying a short, yet picturesque, boat ride in-between?
As expected, Spain's southern coast is home to massive variety of regionally-unique flora and fauna, ranging from Macaque Monkeys and towering palm trees, to Orcas and Fin Whales. Visitors interested in the local wildlife should make it a point to take a guided tour to Gibraltar, one of the last remaining British Territories in the Mediterranean, conveniently located just south of Malaga.
On this tour, patrons will receive an all-access pass to explore the ancient Greek and Roman monuments scattered throughout the Gibraltar Peninsula. During the ferry trip, travelers will be provided with binoculars for whale watching, and upon arrival you will enjoy the opportunity to interact (safely of course) with monkeys, and a wide variety of local animals. Whether you desire an in-depth journey through ancient history, an opportunity to see incredible wildlife, or both, a guided tour to Gibraltar is the perfect day-long excursion and considered one of the most popular Malaga Spain attractions.
Need to rest your tired legs after multiple days of touring Malaga? Hop on a bus tour, and cruise the city streets atop a double-decker bus, viewing Malaga's incredible architecture and tourist attractions, hopping on and off wherever your heart desires. This provides travelers with a more in-depth, personally-tailored approach to site-seeing.
Multiple busses run on a near constant schedule, allowing you to craft your own itinerary, spending as much time as you want at a variety of destinations, without having to work within the time restraints of standard public transit or taxi cabs.