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Great trip, really enjoyed it. The guide was very knowledgeable, was able to converse with people in Spanish, English and German. He told us great stories about the places we visited. I would have liked to have a little more time in Gibraltar, but overall it was brilliant!
Many, many yrs ago, I saw a NatGeo show or something similar about the RoG and the monkeys living there and the tourists. Always desired to go some day. Well- it came true with this unexpected trip to the south of Spain. I loved this, my friend and I used the beginning of our free time to hike up to the Moorish Castle on the Rock. Got our first glimpse of the African Cont from there. We went up by way of the Castle stairs, it's quite a walk (stair climb), I had my walking trek pole along. Beautiful views along the way. Just amazing to see how the residents live along the steep climb on the way. On our way back down, we found a wonderful little store "Abuelas" along the steep path. She made all her own food. We had a great lunch for about 4 Euros ea. After we met our group again, we did the mini-bus ride, they take you up to St Michaels caves (very nice). At that height, the monkeys appear all over the place. They are so cute- but are still wild animals. Be careful about flashing food stuff. And hold belongings tight. We even heard about being careful of a phone sticking out of a back pocket. Use your common sense. This was a great day- I'm praising GOD for great travels and wonderful adventures.
The trip went very smoothly. We had a tour guide on the island itself who was incredible. He was just fun to be around. I love the monkeys on the island. And I like that we had time to explore ourselves around the city
Enjoy the sights and shopping of Gibraltar on this full-day trip from the Costa del Sol. Travel to the famous British territory by air-conditioned coach, and discover its main attractions, including the legendary Rock of Gibraltar, on a sightseeing tour. Head inside St Michael’s Cave, meet the cheeky Barbary monkeys and visit Europa Point, where a lighthouse marks the gateway of the Atlantic and Mediterranean. Plus, get free time to enjoy Gibraltar’s British atmosphere and high-street stores, fashion chains and duty-free outlets — all perfect for a dose of great-value shopping.
Trip was great for what it is. If you want to visit Morocco for a day and not have to worry about planning anything, this is your trip. Yes, there are the prearranged shopping stops where you will be pressured into buying things you may not want, but that’s part of the fun. Lunch was spectacular, and overall we had a good time and all the planning and transportation was taken care of.
This tour was great, it was an early start and a late finish. we were picked up at 7 am and there was a lot of stops on the way picking up from other areas, we did not get home till 10.30 so it was very very long and we were exhausted.. but if you can put up with the bus journey then this was well worth the visit. Tangiers poured rain all day but it did not stop us having a fab day. the shopping experience was something else. and the lunch was very good the food was delicious and wine too. it was an experience i would not have missed and so glad we did it even though it was a very long day. excellent value for money i would recommend it to all.
This whole trip was not even planned- but when I knew I was going to Southern Spain, close to the Strait of Gibraltar- this became a MUST do. Value was good after we realized the RT cost of the ferry was 70 Euros. For some reason, our pu time got pushed back to 7:30- maybe it was the time of the year- Not so crowded (kind of nice). We had a small crowd on the bus, nothing overwhelming- I think 13 of us. Got to the port in decent time- but then waited for a while to board(don't know?). Trip across the strait was good- not an overly crowded boat. LISTEN To instructions... your guide probably has an accent (not Amer.)- hard to understand. I WOULD recommend that VIATOR print out instructions and hand them out to its customer visitors. You can get easily mixed up on what to do. DO NOT stray from your group/guide. Don't get side-tracked w/ local peddlers trying to sell you stuff. ALSO- we began to believe that Viator must have some agreement with the Rug guy and the Oil guy. I bought a little pair of leather slipper shoes from the rug guy- later saw the same ones on the street at a lower Euro price than I bargained for. Also, the Oil guy told our group that the ounce size would go through the airport security. There is NO quantity marking on the bottle package. The Malaga airport security took my small bottle for these reasons. HOWEVER- depends who you get, my girlfriend was able to get thru with hers. SO, be careful about purchasing from the Oil guy. Overall, I liked the trip, even though it was a very long day. Most is traveling to and from, but I knew that and it didn't discourage me. I was thrilled to step onto the African continent. The tour of the city by bus was informative- seeing different culture sections. The camel rides have a lot to be desired- but was cheap, only 2 Euros (very small camels). I didn't bother. The lunch restaurant was great, Loved the Moroccan Mint Tea at the end of the meal. I was glad I did this, it was a great experience- would probably not do it again. If you are in the southern Spain region, i would say to go if you have some time. I would NOT take small kids on this tour- too easy to lose people. You really have to pay attention & be aware of your safety and surroundings. Use your head- overall, it was great.
Uncover the alluring mystery of Morocco on an immersive full-day trip to Tangier from Costa del Sol. Cruise over the Strait of Gibraltar and enjoy incredible ocean views before arriving amid the exotic scents and sights of Tangier. With a knowledgeable guide, stroll around bustling medinas and souks; feast upon the explosive flavors of an authentic Moroccan lunch; and purchase bespoke souvenirs at a Tangier bazaar. Enjoy the convenience of round-trip transportation from Costa del Sol.
Day trip to the Alhambra from Malaga and Costa del Sol
, Feb 2020
A really great experience. Enrique, our guide, grew up right next to the Alhambra and knew every last little thing. He was very pleasant, as well. Our driver Miguel was also a great guy. I'm very happy I went with them!
It was an unic experience. I've booked a guided tour, but got a private tour actually. It couldn't get better for me and my daughter, the only guest for this date. We were transferred to Alhambra in a luxurious car, enjoyed the private guidance in Alhambra (soo gorgeous) and the walk in beautiful Granada: perfect timing and treatment in every aspect. Special thanks to our driver who needed to solve a severe technical incident, unexpectedly. He did it calm and professionally, chapeau! I recommend. Worth visiting even outside high seasons.
Great, full day. Early morning pick ups and then the drive to Granada. No guide for the drive, but a very nice driver. Once at the Alhambra, we met our guide and went on a comprehensive tour that enabled us to skip the long lines. Then on to Granada city center where we had two hours to shop, eat, etc... and then back. My pick up was at 8:15 a.m. and drop off was at 7:00 p.m. so be prepared for a long, satisfying day.
Enjoy a hassle-free visit to Granada with a package that includes round-trip transfer service from Malaga or Costa del Sol and skip-the-line tickets to Alhambra Palace. Travel in comfort in a well-equipped minibus, and sail past the ticket queues as you visit the Alhambra Palace. The itinerary has free time to explore on your own, and includes a guided tour of the Alhambra—a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Experience a night of wine and tapas in Malaga on a 3.5-hour, small-group culinary tour of the city’s gourmet highlights, from a classic shop to beloved bars. Immerse yourself in the unique flavors of Spain’s southern coast while tasting your way through some of Malaga's classic foods, from Iberian ham to tapas and wine. Enjoy a fun, convivial group of fellow food lovers, and get an insider’s perspective on traditional cuisine and cutting-edge chefs.
If you are into food, then this tour is a must! Our guide, Felipe took us to several food and drink venues beginning at the open market, where we ate delicious Tapas and drank Sangria.Felipe shared his wonderful knowledge of the various foods offered in the market as we explored the various sections. We then set off into Malaga and visited restaurants where we were treated to all kinds of yummy local delicacies. Felipe also pointed out landmarks and shared the history of the areas we walked through. It's good we walked as we were stuffed by the time the tour ended. Highly recommend this tour!
Get a taste of the delicious food culture of Malaga during this walking tour of the city’s numerous tapas bars and artisan culinary creators. Come hungry as you experience the gastronomic culture of this southern Spanish city as told through its chefs and shopkeepers, savoring hand-crafted foodstuffs like local-style marinated olives, fried fish, and regional wine. You also visit the bustling Atarazanas Market and learn how a local chef is reinventing traditional cuisine with a modern twist. Additional attraction include a local expert ‘food sherpa’ guide, as well as seven tastings and four drinks.
Spend a day out in nature at the Caminito del Rey on this convenient day trip from Malaga. The boardwalk trails through the gorge and cliff faces are several miles long, and on the way your guide tells you all about the history and geology of the amazing area. This tour is best suited to active travelers who aren’t afraid of heights.
Although the driver/guide was excellent the stop in Rhonda did not include a tour ( just a 2 hour layover). The first small vineyard was excellent with explanations and tastings hosted by the owner. The second stop at a larger vineyard included a very good lunch but no vineyard personnel present. The wine produced at the second vineyard was also mediocre at best ( as evidenced by it's low price).
This is perfect for someone who's looking for winery tours which doesn't mean Sherry in Andalusia with some free time to roam around the town of Ronda prior. We visited 2 small private wineries producing still dry white, red and rose (rosato) wines with a wonderful local produce spread for lunch as part of the tasting. Ronda isn't a well-known appellation and production remains small but we discovered some pretty impressive wines. Definitely off the beaten track experience for wine lovers. Highly recommend.
Our Ronda Wine Tour visits up to two contrasting boutique wineries for wine tasting with a vineyard lunch, as well as Ronda sightseeing.
Winemakers in Ronda strive towards minimal intervention winemaking methods and low, or even no added sulphites, and he microclimate of Ronda is very favourable towards dry, red wine. You will taste both young and vintage monovarietal and red blends from a much wider variety of grapes than usually found in other regions across Spain such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Garnacha and even Petit Verdot.
White wine and rosé aficionados can also be accommodated, as these styles are also produced in small quantities (and especially welcome when enjoyed chilled during the heat of summer).
I have not been on a bike for many many years, so was a bit wary of it, but i did not need to worry our guide was fab got the perfect bike to suit me. he did not push to go too fast and it was a very pleasant experience. we went round to all the places that we should visit while in Malaga. he was very funny and when a hill was too steep for me to cycle was happy for me to wait till they all came back down. great way to get around Malaga and i really enjoyed the experience..
Pedal your way through Malaga and check off the port city’s key sights on this bike tour. Accompanied by your tour leader, you’ll cycle through the charming historic center on beautiful pedestrian streets. See the Renaissance Cathedral of Malaga, the Roman Theater, Alcazaba and other showstopper landmarks. After stopping at Malaga’s bullring, continue along the waterfront pausing for a drink at a beach bar (own expense). On the way back to the city, cycle through the beautiful marina and take in the spectacular skyline of Malaga.
Gibraltar Express - Sightseeing Full Day- From Malaga
In “Gib” For The Day!
, Feb 2020
We had a lovely day in “Gib”. We learned a lot about the history of the area as well as seeing the amazing St. Michaels Caves!
The tour guides were great! Very informative and helpful. The trip to Gibraltar was quite long as we had to stop multiple times along the way to pick up people however only one stop in Malaga. Also it would of been nice to have included in the tour the cable car or a larger bloke of time available to do that! All in all well worth the long drive!
The trip was as advertised. The tour guide was great spoke 3 languages excellent. It was amazing to see the caves really amazing. The
Rock of Gibraltar was something to see along with the apes. If I Had one fault with the day it would be the number of pickup and drop off points.
To start with, I very much enjoyed the tour of Gibraltar and recommend it to everyone. My complaint is that I paid extra for the 'express' which was supposed to get us there and back with minimum stops. If 9 stops is 'minimal' than I hate to think what the 'non-express' was like. It took a little over 3 hours each way, which would have been fine if that was what I had paid for and was expecting.
Discover the scenic and shopping highlights of Gibraltar on this full-day trip from Malaga. With an expert guide, journey from Malaga to Gibraltar by air-conditioned coach and experience the best of this famous British territory. Meet the fabled Barbary ‘apes’ on the Rock of Gibraltar, visit St Michael’s Cave, and much more. Then, enjoy time to explore Gibraltar’s center independently. Perhaps have lunch at a British-style pub, browse the big-name stores, and snap up duty-free bargains.
The only original Nightlife Tour - Pub Crawl in Malaga. The best way to meet other travellers and enjoy local bars and clubs. A local guide will be there with you all the time to suggest the best and most typical drinks, apart from the ones included.
The coach ride was comfortable and we enjoyed looking around Setenil and Ronda. Unfortunately the guide assigned to us well and truly took the shine off the experience for us. His demeanor was churlish and at times he was rude. When asked a question he answered it grudgingly. The tour was conducted in several languages and I happen to speak 3 of them and I understand a fair bit of a fourth. It really troubled me to hear this man's very mangled German. I am a native speaker and if I had had to rely on the guide's commentary I would have understood very little. Pronunciation was so awful, I only knew what he meant because I understood his other renditions. The grammar was all over the place. I also noticed (and I probably didn't need to actually understand the content of what he was saying) that he did not translate equally....by that I mean he only translated some things in some languages. It was quite obvious that some translations were much shorter than others. I also found on several occasions that the translations did not match. A particular building had a certain number of rooms in one language and an altogether different number in another language. Dates were not always the same. (etc etc). When everyone wanted to take photos of a particular sight, the guide would often stand at the best vantage point, with his back to the sight, preventing us, the guests, from seeing and being able to take photos. Outside of the coach, he did not use any device to enable everyone (it was a large group) to hear, unless we managed to stay in very close proximity. Towards the end we really just wanted to get it over with.
Explore the mountaintop cities of Setenil de las Bodegas and Ronda on a full-day tour from Costa del Sol. First, enjoy free time to explore Setenil and admires the beautiful vistas. Then, head to Ronda for a guided tour of the town’s most impressive monuments, and venture to the Plaza de Toros bullring and museum, said to be one of the oldest in Spain. Conclude with a tour of a winery and a guided tasting before returning to your original departure point.
The staff is very friendly. They were very accommodating for the weird weather we had. Since the Segway isn't weather proof, they managed the tour accordingly. Our guide Ando did an amazing job — we had a great time on the Segways!
We start our guided tour from the Paseo del Parque, than through the "Palmeral de las Sorpresas” straight to Port of Malaga.
Next stop of our Segway tour is at the Cathedral, also called "la Manquita" because they never finished constructing the South Tower.
Than your private guide will take you to great Picasso Museum. After Pablo Ruiz Picasso birthplace, guide will take you to the Plaza de la Merced, an important square of Malaga.
After Roman Amphitheatre, built by César Augusto, we will roll from the Monte de Gilbralfaro to the Parador Nacional. Our professional guide will tell all the history and you will enjoy the most amazing views of the coast of Malaga where you will take a lot of photos.
We ride down with Segway back to the city and streets, roll up to the Plaza de Uncibay. We continue our journey through the Plaza de la Constitución to the famous Calle Larios, built in 19th century and now converted into the fifth shopping street more expensive in Spain.
Our leaders were very helpful and nice. Beautiful and fun. My friend who never kayaked didn’t realize she had to put her feet in the indents so she had her feet straight out which made it difficult to paddle. She figured it out have way thru which which made it easier to paddle. Overall very fun
We booked this trip in october and had really good wheather conditions. It was really fun with our guide kayaking to the beautiful caves and while snorkeling we had the oppurtunity to be very close to many species of fish. It was awesome!
The first impression you will have will be its magnificent location, sitting in a double kayak in the sea, surrounded by high cliffs and mountains, going into caves and coves, where you will dive in crystal clear waters with lots of fauna and flora, that will provide you the best Outdoor experience vacations possible during any time of the year: here on the Costa Tropical we have an average of 320 sunny days per year and the best climate on the European continent, with an average annual temperature of 20º, where all subtropical fruits such as mango and the avocado grow with excellent quality.
Explore the southern port city of Malaga on a hop-on hop-off City Sightseeing tour. Hop aboard a double decker bus and pass top attractions, including the Playa de la Malagueta, Plaza de Toros, and the Malaga Cathedral, known for its mysteriously unfinished south tower. Hop off to explore as many times as you like within 24 hours, and then rejoin the route at one of 14 stops evenly distributed throughout Malaga. Upgrade to include a guided walking tour with your ticket.
No visit to Andalucia is complete without seeing a flamenco show, an art form that’s recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Guarantee your ticket to a performance at the prestigious Tablao Flamenco los Amaya by booking your experience in advance, and choose from an early or late evening start time to suit your schedule.
Perched high in the hills, overlooking the Mediterranean coast, the white-painted town of Mijas is one of Andalucia’s prettiest towns. On this tour, zip around the sights of Mijas on a fun and eco-friendly electric tuk-tuk. Stop at all the most popular landmarks, including the medieval walls, the bullring, and the church, then climb up to a viewpoint for a spectacular view of the entire Costa del Sol.
Our 2 hours with Javi were terrific. He did a great job showing us his beautiful city. We really enjoyed the history of Malaga and the ride up the mountain through the park. The Ebikes made it so easy. Malaga is very easy to walk everywhere- Javi showed us gorgeous placas to spend time eating and drinking, and we enjoyed a fun bike tour.
Excellent tour - saw all main sights in the city centre plus outside too including riding up the steep hill to the castle at the top - all at great ease with the assistance of the e-bike. We had a great guide in Quinn who was very knowledgeable and fun too.
Tick through Málaga’s main sights the quick, fun and easy way on an electric bike tour. Hop on a comfortable electric bike and cover more sights than possible on foot or a standard bicycle. Aside from seeing Malaga's sights, enjoy the feeling of cruising through the city with little effort. Get an overview of Malaga before pedaling up to Mount Gibralfaro for views of Malaga’s beautiful beachfront and portside. All necessary cycling equipment included.
Enjoy an alternative sightseeing experience of Málaga on a 3-hour bike tour of the city’s cultural highlights. Atop a bicycle, you’ll visit prominent attractions like Gibralfaro Castle, the Roman Theatre and the birthplace of Picasso, Casa Natal. Exert minimal energy as you follow a flat route to Atarazanas Central Market and learn off ancient Spanish traditions at bullring, Plaza de Toros de la Malagueta. As you ride, you’ll listen to interesting commentary from your guide.
Walk the Caminito del Rey (The King’s Little Pathway) through the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes gorge on this full-day tour from Malaga. Head into Andalucia’s countryside for a guided hike along the suspended footbridge and cliffside pathway, suspended about 328 feet (100 meters) above the river, as you absorb the bird’s-eye views. The roughly 3.2-feet (1-meter) wide path runs for about 1.8 miles (3 kilometers). Entrance fee and coach transport from Malaga included.
Reserve your tickets ahead of time for entry to the Malaga Glass and Crystal Museum. Avoid the potential disappointment of sold-out days and save time waiting in line to buy tickets when you arrive with your passes in hand. Explore the collection of glass crafts ensconced in an 18th-century historical home, where you can wander at your leisure through the timeline of the craft's development.
Cordoba Full Day Trip with Mosque Entrance Direct from Malaga
, Nov 2019
We were lucky with very good guides: Jesus from Malaga and Maria from Cordoba. They shared with us not only historical and geographical facts, but also personal experiences and opinions. We appreciated this.
My day trip to Cordoba was fantastic! Our guide, Jesus, was wonderful, knowledgeable and funny. Wallada was our guide in Cordoba and she was outstanding! Her breadth of knowledge was incredible. I highly recommend this trip!
Let the rich architectural tableau and vibrant culture of Cordoba allure you on a full-day tour of the UNESCO-listed city from Malaga. With a knowledgeable guide, explore the former capital of Moorish Spain and stroll the cobbled streets of the Jewish Quarter on a guided tour. Visit the legendary Great Mosque of Cordoba; marvel at the ancient Roman Bridge; and delve into the city’s Jewish heritage at Europe’s oldest Synagogue. Enjoy the convenience of round-trip transportation from Malaga on an air-conditioned coach.
Skip the Line: Museo Picasso Malaga Entrance Ticket
, Nov 2019
System worked flawlessly. Recommend going right into the Museum to the 2nd floor with your printed tickets or tickets downloaded on cell phone. Ignore the long line that snakes out the door waiting to buy tickets. There are no signs so it is a bit confusing.
Got right in first thing in the morning when they opened. I didn't know that there was a special exhibit and would have like to see it, but the ticket line was LONG! Nice museum with a good perspective of Picasso art.
Pablo Picasso was one of the 20th-century's greatest painters and his life and work are showcased at the Picasso Museum (Museo Picasso) in Malaga, his birthplace. Make your visit worry-free and save time by prebooking your admission online with Viator. Then, just head inside and explore the galleries—home to more than 200 of Picasso’s works—and the temporary exhibitions, all with an audio guide for background and context.
Revisit the cars and fashions of the early- and mid-20th century at the Malaga Automobile and Fashion Museum. Travel independently to the museum, housed in a converted factory, and admire the more than 80 vintage cars dating from the early 1900s on as you wish. Admire Rolls Royces, Ferraris, and Bentleys; and see the complementary collections of vintage fashions and accessories from houses like Chanel and Dior in the additional themed rooms.