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Historical Malaga Segway-Ninebot Tour
"Meet-up with an expert guide who will personally teach how to ride and enjoy the Ninebot before starting a magnificent ride through the historic center of Malaga. Glide up through the magical forest to Mount Gibralfaro where you can enjoy the incredib continue down the walls of the Alcazaba to the promenade along the best beaches in Malaga until the Mítico Balneario where you'll stop to enjoy the sea as well as have the chance to grab something to eat and drink. Then make your way back to the port’s lighthouse and the shopping district of Muelle Uno and Palmeral de las Sorpresas. Then head back to the starting point. Throughout the tour you will stop to take pictures in order to take your best memories of your ride through Malaga with you.""""This 1-hour tour is ideal for families and visitors who want to discover the tucked away places and monuments of Malaga in an easy and fun way
From EUR25.00
 
Malaga Electric Bike City Tour
"Ideal for visitors who want to discover the tucked away nooks and monuments of Málaga accompanied by a local guide who will make you feel more like a Malagueño enjoying a pleasant ride effortlessly on our Ebikes. Magnificent ride through the historic center of Málaga including up through the magical forest (effortlessly with our Ebikes) to Mount Gibralfaro where you can enjoy the incredible views of the """On this tour you will discover the most important monuments of the historic center and the joy of the city while accompanied by our friendly guides. Also the tour includes the effortless ride (in Ebike) up Mount Gibralfaro to enjoy the stunning views of the bay along with a tour of the beaches and the city port."title=Highlights&1=2-hour+M%A1laga+city+tour+by+electric+bike&2=See+top+M%A1laga+attractions+with+ease%2C+on+a+fun+electric+bike&3=Explore+M%A1laga%E2%80%99s+historical+heart%2C+seeing+the+Cathedral%2C+Roman+Theatre+and+more&4=Climb+wooded+Mount+
From EUR20.00
 
Private Full-Day Málaga City Tour from Marbella
"Starting with a hotel pick up in the morning you may choose to be picked up from nearby cities such as Marbella. Then you will visit the Roman theater and enjoy a detailed explanation of its history. Entrance fee included.Later continue with a visit the Alcazaba with detailed explanation of the citadel. Learn how they lived in the middle ages. Moving on to El Pimpi La Merced Square Picasso’s house. There we will snack with views to the Alcazaba & theater. -Visiting Picasso's birthplace house: Discover where Picasso was born. Head over to the Malaga Cathedral: Get to know the story of the cathedral its most famous sculptures and architecture. Then a stop for lunch time (own expense) & Gibralfaro or Bullring. We head back to Marbella or hotel location."""
From EUR79.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Málaga

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Soho

Between the port area, the modern art museum (CAC) and the city centre is the neighbourhood of Soho.This area is slowly being redeveloped and now has lots of new shops, bars, restaurants and...
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A Malaga Walkabout....

Arriving off the bus from Algeciras, I made my way along Paseo Tilos to my regular Hostal, unusually it was almost fully-booked and my designated "habitacion" had not yet been cleaned and made up, so...
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Nuestra Senora del Carmen

I came across this church on my first visit to Malaga, when I was walking from the bus station into the historical heart of the city. I saw its twin bell-towers above the rooftops and decided to track...
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Iglesia Los Santos Martires

This is another church with very ancient roots one of the first four built in Malaga in 1487 after the Christians took control of this part of Spain.As with the others, what you see now dates from...
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Iglesia del Sagrado Corazon

This church was open when I visited, although Mass was about to start and I could only spend a couple of minutes inside.It's a modern church, commissioned by the Jesuits and constructed in 1920 in the...
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Iglesia de San Juan Bautista

I never managed to get inside this particular church.....many I saw in Malaga seemed to only open for services, which is fair enough.But it is definitely worth seeking out San Juan simply because of...
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Fascinating bit of architecture....

I spotted this wonderfully ornate building on my first visit to Malaga's Atarazanas market but didn't spot the almost-hidden information plaque about it until a day or so later.I was intrigued not...
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Lovely tiles in Paseo del Parque

Paseo del Parque is a very pleasant green area which runs east-west, and more or less parallel with the coastline from the Plaza de la Marina to Plaza del General Torrijos. I'll write a more detailed...
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Walk the old town

It seemed to me that most visitors to Malaga do not stray far from its main sites and its main drag (Avenida Principal). This is a great pity, for there is far more of Malaga's old town left to...
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A little bit of ancient Arab wall....

Malaga is an extremely ancient city, dating back to a time long before Roman rule. For 8 centuries, from the early 700s, much (all?) of what is now called Spain was under Arabic rule. As was normal...
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Malaga Ciudad.

A walk around the old city reveals the interesting ancient architecture around Constitution Square and the Cathedral, there are many souvenir shops in this locality but this year the flea market along...
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Misericordia beach

Malaga's beach on the south side of the city is a perfect place to pass the time on a hot day, swimming, relaxing and people watching is the main activity, the esplanade is well-designed and...
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Malaga's street gymnasium

On a hot Spring day in Malaga, the place to be is Misericordia beach, where cool breezes and the prospect of a plunge into the blue Mediterranean waters attract numbers of local people and tourists...
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Fab French Patisserie - close to the centre

In the centre of Málaga there is a small pedestrianised street behind the Alameda (called Calle Trinidad Grund) In this street there is a lovely new French Patisserie called 'French touch' - it has...
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Top Hotels in Málaga

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Marques de Larios 2, (previously Hotel Larios Malaga), Malaga, Costa del Sol, 29005, Spain
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Cortina Del Muelle 1, Malaga, Costa del Sol, 29015, Spain
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Avenida Rio Guadalmedina S/N, Malaga, Costa del Sol, 29007, Spain
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Molina Lario 20 - 22, Malaga, Costa del Sol, 29015, Spain
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Pasillo Santa Isabel 7, Malaga, 29005, Spain
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Paseo de Sancha 17, Malaga, 29016, Spain
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Top Things to Do in Málaga

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Alcazaba

In my first visit I went to the Alcazaba, almost forty years ago, and was not impressed; This time I decided to appreciate it from below, and found the image much more impressive. trying to read...
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Cathedral - La Manquita

Construction of the massive Cathedral of Málaga was begun in 1528 on the site of the Grand Mosque of Málaga. Unfortunately, the mosque was completely destroyed to make way for the cathedral, and no...
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Gibralfaro - Castillo de Gibalfaro

The name has a meaning of "rock of light" that signified a previous lighthouse built by Phoenicians of this spot. The fortress that was built in 1300's to further protect the gentry of the Granada...
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Beaches

The beaches in Malaga might not be the best in the region, but what you MUST to try while you're there are the Espetos. A Sardine skewer prepared in an old fishers boat eaten with salt and lemon....
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Calle Larios

The pedestrianised main shopping street in Malaga leading from Avenida Principal into the old town. Look out for the sculpture on the right hand side with the faces on it - from each side you can see...
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Bullring

There is a bullring in Malaga, Plaza de Toros, like in most cities and towns in Spain, at least those I have visited. I am against bullfighting, so I never visit the bullrings, but seeing that it is...
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"MALAGA LA BELLA"
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lina112

"MALAGA "CAPITAL OF THE COSTA DEL SOL""
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LoriPori

"MAGNIFICENT MALAGA"
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"There's more to Malaga than the airport"
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Carmela71

"Malaga & Costa del Sol UNDER RECONSTRUCTION....."
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