What could be more ideal than a guided bike tour to discover the main sites of Malaga and its history? You will have fun, enjoy the fresh air and learn interesting facts about the city and its culture from your local guide. Observe everyday life at the Central Market and cycle past top city attractions such as the Alcazaba, Roman Theater and Malaga Cathedral. Have a drink at a beach bar and continue your bike tour along the seafront to the Malagueta, Malaga's bullring. This small-group excursion guarantees you a wonderful personalized discovery with your guide!
Hop on a bike and set off on a small-group guided tour along the historic sights of Malaga. Meet your local guide and walk through the narrow streets of the old Jewish and Arab quarters. Pass by the magnificent Alcazaba dating from the XNUMXth century, a former Muslim palace, the Roman theater and the Cathedral of Malaga. Discover the interesting architecture of the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga, near the Sagrado Corazon (Church of the Sacred Heart).
Next, visit Malaga's Central Market and stop to sample local delicacies (own expense) like jamón (cured ham) or several types of cheese. Learn about everyday life in Malaga as you watch locals gather for a drink in the bars and cafes near the market, and listen to your guide tell fun facts about Picasso as you cycle past the birthplace of the painter and the Picasso Museum.
Continue your tour along Paseo del Parque, a botanical garden in central Malaga, located on the promenade. Feel the warm air as you pedal by the beautiful waterfront and admire the Mediterranean Sea and Malaga beach. Take a short break at a beach bar, where you can relax and have a drink (own expense) while your guide shares great tips on what to see and where to eat in Malaga.
Next, follow your guide along Paseo del Parque, past Malaga City Hall and the Bank of Spain, towards Malagueta, Malaga's bullring. On weekdays, enjoy a short guided tour of the bullring and learn more about Spain's bullfighting tradition.
Drive along the beach promenade to the modern port of Malaga, from where you will enjoy a magnificent panorama of the city, then begin to return to your starting point.