Walking Tour to Málaga (1/2 Day)

Málaga, located on the Mediterranean coast, is the capital of the Costa del Sol, which made it one of the most famous tourist destinations thanks to its mild climate, its beaches and a wide range of golf courses. With more than 2000 years of history, Malaga has been inhabited by Phoenicians, Greeks, Carthaginians and Romans, who have left a notable mark on the monuments of the city. With this visit, you will feel a special atmosphere through the streets and green areas of Malaga, such as the Alameda Principal avenue or the Puerta Oscura gardens.

With this cultural tour, you will discover the essence of this Mediterranean port city founded by the Phoenicians. Two powerful Islamic citadels dominate the old port and the centre of the city, presented in a dense perimeter, monuments of different ages such as the Roman Theater, the Alcazaba or the Gibralfaro Castle.

The city is also famous for being the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, who lived here until he was 10 years old. The Picasso Museum is a must-visit where you will feel eight decades of creativity on the part of this master.