A tour tailored for you
Discover Malaga by reserving a guided tour through the old town. Professional city guides will show and tell sights and monuments, take you to the remnants of the Moorish, Cristian, Roman and Phoenician culture.
1-4 people: 110€ per group
5-15 people: 145€ per group
16-30 people: 175€ per group
We suggest as meeting point for cruise ship passengers Plaza de La Marina – drop off point for all cruise ships shuttle buses
Why choosing a private tour?
Whether you are in Málaga for business or for leisure, even if you’re a local with visiting friends and family – you have the choice to take a break and make your experience unforgettable by taking part in a private tour.
Our fully multilingual, professional tour guides have several years of expertise in offering private tours to worldwide private clients.
What can you include in your private tour?
Multiple monuments and architecture
Castle of Gibralfaro
Tapas and Andalusian cuisine
Cheese and jamón tasting
Wine tasting (sweet Malaga Moscatel and others)
SOHO and urban culture
Park of Málaga
Port Muelle Uno
Pedregalejo – fishermen’s quarter
Chiringuitos and Malagueta
Dark legends of Málaga
What are you going to see?
Plaza de la Constitución
The hub of Malaga’s life, with the Fuente de Génova on one side. It has changed over years. Many important institutions, such as jail, were located here. Now it’s a place of public events and celebrations. In 2003 it become pedestrian together with Calle Larios.
Cathedral of Málaga
The Cathedral was built between 1528 and 1782, however it has never been finished. Lack of funds didn’t allow to completion of the second tower. That’s where its nickname “La Manquita”, which can be translated as “one armed woman”, comes from.
Muslim fortress and palace built between 1057 and 1063, located at the foot of Gibralfaro hill, whose name in Arabic means citadel. It was the main office of the muslim governors of the city. Construction materials were taken from nearby Roman theatre.
Castillo de Gibralfaro
The highest point of Malaga from which you can get spectacular views on the whole city as well as the mountains. Its name from Arabic and Greek means “rock of the lighthouse”. It is the second Muslim fortress built in XIV century to protect the Alcazaba.
Calle Marqués de Larios
The most particular street of Malaga opened in 1891. Calle Larios connects Plaza de la Constitución with the harbour. In 2003 it was converted into pedestrian. It is the main shopping street in Malaga characterised by its modern design and flowers.
The theatre was built in 1st century, however it remained underground until it was discovered in 1951. It could hold up to 1200 people and served as a place of performances, operas and votings. Its construction material was used for building the Alcazaba.
Plaza de la Merced
Plaza de la Merced is one of the most relevant squares of Malaga. The square of cafés. In the centre of the Plaza de la Merced there is an neo-classical obelisk, and on the north side there is a house in which probably Pablo Picasso was born.
Calle San Agustín
After the Christian reconquest it was called Calle de los Caballeros (Knights’ Street), as many Christian knights lived here. In XVI century it changed its name when an Augustinian convent was built. There is the Museo Picasso on Calle San Agustín.
Bodega El Pimpi
A wine cellar and restaurant built in a XVIII century historical building, named after “los pimpis” – young people who helped ship crews and become the first city guides. It is a meeting place of citizens, tourists, as well as artists, politicians or flamenco dancers.