Select a morning or afternoon departure, and meet your guide in central Málaga. After a safety briefing, don your supplied cycle helmet and reflective vest, and hop on your electric bicycle: a 2-wheeler with an electric motor that makes light work of hills or any other remotely challenging routes.
Then, set off behind your guide, keeping to a leisurely pace so you can admire the sights and hear about their history. Delve into Málaga’s historical heart, pedaling by stately buildings and making photo stops on route.
Pause at Málaga Cathedral and the Roman Theatre, and see the elegant Plaza de la Merced, including the house that was Picasso’s childhood home.
Next, ride through an enchanting forest up to Mount Gibralfaro, the wooded hill above Málaga. Visit the viewpoint to absorb the bird’s-eye views, and then trace the walls of the 11th-century Alcazaba down to the seafront.
Cruise past Málaga’s beaches, and stop at Mítico Balneario to enjoy more views and refreshments (own expense).
Afterward, coast to the port lighthouse. Then, cycle around the Muelle Uno shopping center and beautiful Palmeral de las Sorpresas, a waterfront promenade with gardens and fountains, before your tour finishes in or near the city center.