Malaga Tapas Tour

Where culture and flavour collide


  • Savour the cultural hub of the Costa del Sol with superb food and wine in the heart of the city
  • Explore Malaga’s ancient past and exciting present with a walking tour of the Old Town
  • Marvel at a city blessed with sea, mountains, sun and culture


Trip Profile

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

We follow an easy tapas route designed to encompass some of the most emblematic areas of the city, as we taste local specialities accompanied by regional wines.

As the tour unfolds, you will learn about the long and fascinating history of Malaga, which dates from Phoenician times.

This tour has been designed to take you to the heart and soul of the city, birthplace of Pablo Picasso and a city whose revival over the last two decades has been inspirational.

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We meet at a designated spot in Malaga.

Your guide takes you on a walking tour of the city, explaining the sights and sounds of this buzzing city.

Along the route, you will visit three tapas bars, where you will sample one or two tapas with a glass of wine or beer in each.


PM: Meet in Malaga


PM: Depart from Malaga


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.

The price includes a walking tour around the historic centre of Malaga, with visits to three tapas bars, sampling one or two savoury tapas with a glass of beer or wine in each.

Frequently Asked Questions

What food is Malaga famous for?
From sardines flame-grilled by the open sea to churros dipped in rich chocolate, Malaga has a lot to offer. Other highlights include gambas al pil-pil (spicy prawns), albondigas en salsa de almendras (meatballs in almond sauce), ensalada Malagueña (Malaga salad), and almendras fritas (Fried Almonds).

Is this a Malaga tapas and wine tour?
The tour visits three tapas bars where you can enjoy tapas and local Malaga wines. 

Can we do the tapas tour in the morning?
No, the traditional tapas bars do not open until at least lunchtime, with most opening from 5pm onwards. As you’ll also be able to enjoy local wine or beer on the tour, it’s probably better not to do the tour in the morning!

Can we do a self-guided tapas tour?
You could find your way around Malaga and enter some tapas bars, but they may not be the best and traditional tapas of the city. Plus, our Malaga tapas tour includes a walking tour providing you with interesting history and facts about the city and its food.



This walking and eating and drinking tour was amazing! Our guide was professional, informative, knowledgable and entertaining. He showed us places we never would have found on our own. He told us stories about the town, the food and the culture that made the city come alive. We would do this tour again in a heartbeat. Don’t miss it!

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