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From Costa del Sol & Málaga: Caminito del Rey Guided Tour

1. From Costa del Sol & Málaga: Caminito del Rey Guided Tour

Prepare for a day of adventure as you walk the Caminito del Rey along the walls of the El Chorro gorge in Málaga. Follow a guide on a safe trail leading to the footbridge that runs through the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes. Begin your day with a pickup from one of the many spots in Málaga and travel to Ardales. Make a stop at the Venta El Cruce, a local restaurant offering plenty of typical local products and delicacies that you can buy at your own expense. Return to the bus and continue until you reach the northern access point of the Caminito del Rey. Walk through a small long tunnel to reach the natural paths that lead to the entrance checkpoint of the gorges. Then, receive a helmet and listen to the safety instructions. Learn what to expect during the trek and get an insight into the history of this peculiar construction from your guide. Pass by the Gorge of the Gaitanes, a natural pass across the hills that separates the Malaga coastline from the islands with the River Guadalhorce flowing at the bottom. El Chorro means the spurt and your guide will explain why.  Embark on a safe and comfortable walk surrounded by breathtaking scenery. El Caminito del Rey, after many years of total abandonment, is now a rebuilt path that stretches between 2 gorges and a large valley. After finishing the downhill trail from north to south, reach the exit point where your bus awaits. Once the group is on board the bus, return to Costa del Sol and be dropped off at your pickup point.

Malaga: 1-Hour Panoramic Segway Tour

2. Malaga: 1-Hour Panoramic Segway Tour

Begin your 1-hour Segway tour with a training session. An instructor will talk about safety and explain how your Segway is operated. Take some time to practice, and when you’re comfortable you’ll be ready to begin your tour. You will start your guided tour from Calle Larios, than ride through Plaza de la Constitución to Plaza de Uncibay. Your private guide will then take you to the Alcazaba, a palatial fortification of the Muslim period at the foot of the Monte Gibralfaro, where you can take in beautiful views of the Bay of Malaga. Then pass the Roman Amphitheatre and see the birthplace of Picasso. Continue on passing through the Plaza de la Merced, observing all the neoclassical Obelisk that stands in the middle as a tribute to General Torrijos. Then ride towards the cathedral located in front of the Plaza del Obispo/ Here your guide let you have some fun on Segway before ending the tour.

Málaga: Caminito del Rey Tour with Traditional Spanish Tapas

3. Málaga: Caminito del Rey Tour with Traditional Spanish Tapas

Discover one of the most amazing gorges in Spain. Experience a breathtaking walk through the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes along the Caminito del Rey and enjoy some delicious tapas at the end of the tour. Your guide will escort you along the whole route of the Caminito del Rey, sharing stories and curiosities about this incredible construction. Caminito is a perfectly safe hike of 2.5 hours duration approx.

Malaga: 3 Hour Historical Segway Tour

4. Malaga: 3 Hour Historical Segway Tour

Begin your tour on the main shopping street, Calle Larius. Then visit the old Gothic cathedral, pass by the Pablo Picasso Museum and learn about the ancient Moorish fortress Alcazaba. Journey all the way up to the Gibralfaro Castle and enjoy breathtaking views of the city. After a short break visit Plaza de Torros, a bullfighting arena and glide along the seaside Malagueta. Then cruise along the main city avenue through the city park to the Sea Square. As you explore, your friendly and experienced guide will share the most interesting facts about the city with you. This tour is a great opportunity to not only explore the sights of the city but to also learn about the rich history of Malaga. 

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.

Mijas Village: Private Tour from Malaga

6. Mijas Village: Private Tour from Malaga

After being picked up from your hotel or the port of Málaga, you will begin your drive to Mijas Village where your tour will begin. After meeting with your official historian tour guide, you will tour for 1.5 hours through Mijas's charismatic streets. Inhabited since ancient times, the small village of Mijas was devoted mainly to agriculture and fisheries through to the explosion of the tourist boom in the 1950s. Mijas offers travelers the contrast between the traditional image of the area and adaptation to current times, all without losing the traditional essence. You can walk around whitewashed corners, courtyards, gardens and shrines, with this village retaining the leisurely pace and charm of the past. You can visit the tiny bull-ring Plaza de Toros, two Mudejar style churches and remains of the old Arab wall, where your can enjoy beautiful gardens and the very interesting sanctuary of the “Virgen de la Peña” patron of the town. The Church of the Immaculate Conception was built by the Muslims in 836, being converted into a Christian church after the conquest, when a Moorish-style tower was added in 1510. From almost any point of the village you can see the white chapel of Calvary, located at a somewhat higher level. At the conclusion of your guided tour, you will have 1 hour's free time, before being returned back to your accommodation in Málaga.

Malaga: Private Outdoor Spanish Lesson and City Tour

7. Malaga: Private Outdoor Spanish Lesson and City Tour

Enjoy a private Spanish lesson as you explore the streets of Malaga, learning everything you need to make the most of your trip. This personalized experience is tailored to you, so the learning materials and places you'll see depend on your interests and language skills. Immerse yourself in Spanish culture with this interactive experience. If you love Andalusian cuisine, you'll learn about tapas and what to order in a restaurant. If you're a history enthusiast, you'll visit the most important monuments in Malaga. And, of course, you'll learn Spanish along the way. Start this outdoor lesson in a beautiful park near the port. Walk through the streets with your local guide to discover the highlights of this beautiful city. Learn what to say at cafes, restaurants, shops, and other useful phrases as you brush up on your everyday Spanish skills.

Málaga: Highlights and Sunset Guided Private Tour

8. Málaga: Highlights and Sunset Guided Private Tour

Begin at Plaza de la Constitución and the famous Calle Larios. Continue to the Cathedral, Roman Theatre and Alcazaba, then the gorgeous subtropical park of Paseo del Parque, just by the new Port of Malaga. Walk along the Moorish narrow streets in the Old Town, and discover famous monuments and local's favourite hidden corners. Learn about the fascinating history of the city, which dates back over 3000 years. You will discover the story behind "La Farola", the Málaga Lighthouse located in La Malagueta Beach. Learn why grilled sardines or espetos are so important in the gastronomy of Costa del Sol. After this, start a short hike on a paved path up to the highest viewpoint in Malaga. Your guide will show you the remains of the Old Moorish Fortress Wall on the way up, and will tell you how life in Malaga changed after the Christian reconquest. When you get to the top and reach the viewpoint, be amazed by the breathtaking views of Malaga Bay. Relax. admire the beautiful sunset, and take some beautiful photos. Return to the City Center and your guide will give you some useful tips and advice to get the most out of your stay in the city.

Malaga: Private 4-Hour Sightseeing Walking Tour

9. Malaga: Private 4-Hour Sightseeing Walking Tour

Experience Malaga from the perspective of a local. As you wander from square to square, from one historic site to another major landmark, learn about the city's interesting history from your guide. Along with gaining knowledge about the city's rich culture, discover the birthplace of many famous personalities such as Pablo Picasso or Antonio Banderas.  Marvel at Malaga's stunning architecture as you figure out which church is called, "La Manquita" or why Malaga has a Roman theater.  Gaze at Gibralfaro Castle from afar and see its spectacular views of Malaga and the Mediterranean Sea. Also, make a stop at the sprawling Alcazaba Palatial Fortress complex.

Costa del Sol: Seville & Alcázar Private Tour with Transfers

10. Costa del Sol: Seville & Alcázar Private Tour with Transfers

After being collected from your accommodation in either Malaga, Torremolinos or Benalmadena, you will set off on your 2.5-hour ride to Seville where your tour will commence. You will meet up with your guide in Seville, with whom you will experience the city's most emblematic sights. Visit the most important landmarks such as the Alcazar Palace, the quarter of Santa Ana, Plaza España, and the cathedral over the space of 2.5 hours with your local guide. Following your guided tour, you will have 1.5 hour's free-time to explore on your own, before returning to your vehicle for your return journey to your point of origin.

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Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 130 reviews

Th trip From Malaga to Caminito del Rey was comfortable and the guide gave us great information on what to expect. Gabriella encouraged questions and made sure everyone had needed breaks and protective equipment. On the walk, her pace was perfect and her knowledge of the area’s flora, fauna and history were amazing! We had time for photos and loved it! Thanks to Gabriella once again! Excellent Tour!

The pickup was right on time and the whole trip was on point. We got some info in the bus and then left to do the Caminito del rey hike on our own (english speakers). Other groups were guided the whole time trough on the path. We liked th freedom to go at our own pace, but for some maybe they like more to get the info from the source directly at each mark.

Good experience, would recommend. The bus arrived on time, Alex was very entertaining and gave us an overview of Cominito Del Ray on the way there. The walk was gorgeous and not very difficult regardless of your fitness. There were some drinks stalls at the end and we didn’t need to wait long for the bus back. Fantastic day out!

Aleš, the guide is best guide ever! He’s so much fun, knows o think 6 languages and explains everything you need to know. We loved our experience at Caminito del Rey! We won’t forget! Thank you Aleš

Very well managed. Excellent guide. All on time. Cannot fault.