Cooking Class in Malaga

An unforgettable day spent at an 18th-century family farm on the outskirts of Malaga


  • Explore the culinary arts of Andalucian country cooking
  • Discover fresh local ingredients and how to use them in your own kitchen
  • Indulge in the fruits of your labour around a well-stocked table, accompanied by your host


Trip Profile

1 Day
Best Time To Visit:
All Year Round
Tour Dates/Days:
Group Size:
Min: 2
Max: 20
Malaga Cooking Class

Tour Summary

This culinary tour invites you to immerse yourself in Spanish family life, where the cooking and tasting is just part of the fun when spending the day at our host family’s 18th-century Spanish finca, surrounded by olive groves and fresh air.

In this idyllic location, you will be welcomed like old friends into a private home where one of the daughters has converted a wing of the old farmhouse into a cooking school.

After taking a stroll through the orchards and collecting fresh eggs, it’s “all hands on deck” to prepare a delicious lunch. Oh, and there’s a compulsory “siesta” under the olive trees after lunch. When in Andalucia…

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  • You will be collected by private vehicle and driven to the cooking class in the Malaga hills.
  • Stroll through the orchards and olive groves, collecting any of the chickens’ fresh eggs as you go.
  • Enjoy a cooking class in the wing of the 18th century farmhouse converted into a cookery school. You will learn about the traditional food and learn to cook one of the dishes yourself.
  • Enjoy the fruits of your labour with the delicious lunch.
  • Relax on the farm, before being driven back to your accommodation or designated drop off point.


AM – Our private vehicle will collect you from your accommodation or designated pick up spot and take you the cooking school on the outskirts of Malaga.


PM – You will be driven back to your accommodation or designated drop off point.


Please enquire for prices

As TOMA & COE is a bespoke travel agency working with private clients and small groups, prices may vary slightly according to the time of year.

Costs are based on double occupancy/a minimum of two guests

Frequently Asked Questions

Can the cooking class be adapted for vegetarians?
Yes, the cooking classes in Malaga can be adapted to vegetarian palates. Simply let us know of any dietary requirements when you make the booking.

What dishes will we make in the Malaga cooking classes?
This will depend on the season and any dietary requirements you may have. Examples include gazpacho, paella, various tapas and mussels.

Are the Malaga cooking classes suitable for all the family?
Absolutely, all ages will find the cooking class in Malaga fun, as well as informative. Parents worry their teenagers may be bored, only for them to come away saying it was the highlight of the holiday!

Will the cookery class be ‘hands on’?
Yes, we want you to get involved in the preparation of your lunch, which includes chopping, cooking and even collecting eggs!

Will the instructions be in English or Spanish?
You can have the cookery class in either language. Our host is Spanish, but fluent in English, so you can enjoy the class in either language, and maybe pick up some new Spanish terms!



11 staff members were taken to the Campo of Malaga to be greeted by Maite & her family where we had a fun-filled cooking day. These comprised of Bread, Gazpacho with Mulberries, Stuffed Mussels, Fideua (noodle paella) & a puff pasty filled with quince jelly (membrillo) served with a creme anglaise – an absolute feast. Siesta under the olive & walnut trees in the heat was a must! Such fun – a Must!

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