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  • Málaga: Alcazaba, Cathedral, and Roman Theater Guided Tour

    1. Málaga: Alcazaba, Cathedral, and Roman Theater Guided Tour

    Get to know the best places in the city in depth on this guided Malaga tour with tickets to the main attractions. Start the tour in the Plaza de la Marina, one of the central points in the city. Here, depending on the time, enjoy one of the many food fairs that are held there throughout the year. Then, walk along the great Calle Larios, the main artery of Malaga with your guide. Next, visit the Plaza de la Constitución, home to many events and the Malaga Fair. Here you'll take a detour to see one of the greatest treasures: the Cathedral of Malaga. Known worldwide, the Cathedral is one of the most beautiful buildings on the tour. Find out lots of interesting facts including why it's called La Manquita. Continue to Plaza del Obispo and visit Antonio Banderas' favorite place to eat, El Pimpi. Enjoy a good Malaga wine and delicious fish. Right next to El Pimpi is the iconic Roman Theater...

    Good tour! Very informative and insightful to the history of Malaga. However I would have appreciated a break in between to eat and drink, because the tour was quite long without a break.

  • 2-Hour Electric Bike Tour in Malaga

    2. 2-Hour Electric Bike Tour in Malaga

    Enjoy a 2-hour city tour by e-bike to see all the important sites in Málaga. Follow your group leader in Malaga and ride through the Gibralfaro forest up to the hill.  From the top of the hill, enjoy a little break to admire the amazing views over the Baie. Continue down along the walls of the Alcazaba to the promenade that takes you past the best beaches in Málaga. At Mítico Balneario, stop to enjoy something to eat and drink (at your own expense). Ride back to the port’s lighthouse and the shopping district of Muelle Uno and Palmeral de las Sorpresas. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to stop to take photos along the way.

  • 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

  • Málaga: Highlights and Sunset Guided Private Tour

    5. 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 viewpoin...

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What people are saying about Palmeral de las Sorpresas

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.

It was a bright sunny day with a cool wind. My friend Karen and I were not sure about the experience for us as we are both in our 60s.... it was fantastic so enjoyed seeing part of Malaga city without physical effort, just a bit of concentration. Luca was kind professional and understanding of our abilities. Thanks Trish

Our guide was fantastic , really funny and light hearted. He made it interesting for all the family , not giving too much info yet still giving us a feel for our surroundings . As a family it was one of the highlights of our trip.

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

It was amazing and very well historicaly documented ! It was a pleasure