Wine Tours from Malaga

D​ive head first​ into the marvellous world of Wine and Gastronomy

Highlights

  • Enjoy hearty breakfasts, succulent lunches and delicious dinners on this all-inclusive with a difference
  • Visit 5 bodegas in 3 distinct wine regions in lesser-known parts of Andalucía
  • Enjoy dining in some of TOMA & COE´s most favourite restaurants

ALL TOURS ARE AVAILABLE AS PRIVATE TOURS FOR YOU OR YOUR FAMILY/GROUP/PARTY

Trip Profile

Duration:
3 Nights
Best Time To Visit:
All Year Round
Tour Dates/Days:
Flexible
Group Size:
Min: 2
Max: 20
Grade:
Easy
Wine Tasting

Tour Summary

One of the most popular wine tours from Malaga explores the very best of Andalucian wine and culinary treats. Treat yourselves to an indulgent weekend of gourmet delights far from the madding crowds as we venture into rural Andalucian to experience the very best this region has to offer.

This 3 Night Wine Tour starts in Malaga and is especially designed for those with a penchant for fine wines, boutique wineries, memorable experiences and an incredibly comfy bed.

Indulge yourself and sign up to a long weekend of wines, food, culture and lots of fun in the hinterlands of Andalucia. The pace will be relaxed and travel times kept down to a minimum so there will be time for rest and relaxation also. Flying into and out of Malaga makes it far simpler for organising flights and onward travel.

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Itinerary

  • Arrive in Malaga and travel to a white village for wine and lunch
  • Spend 1 night in the stunning hilltop town of Ronda
  • Stay for 2 nights in the Parador of Antequera where we can stroll to dinner through this delightful Spanish town
  • Visit 5 unique boutique wineries in 3 wine regions
  • Escape the coast and stay in inland Spanish towns in 4 Star accommodation

Arrival:

Arrive in Malaga

There are direct flights to Malaga from across Europe, the USA and the Middle East.

Fast trains from Madrid take around 3 hours.

You will travel in a private vehicle with driver

Departure:

Depart from Malaga airport.

If you are travelling onwards, Malaga is well-connected with high-speed trains to major cities in Spain.

Prices

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

What are the wine regions of Malaga?
There are five geographical sub-areas within the D.O. Malaga and D.O. Sierras de Malaga  – Axarquia, Costa Occidental-Manilva, Montes, Norte, and Serrania de Ronda.

What is the local wine in Malaga?
There are a number of wines from the Malaga region, but perhaps the best known is the sweet fortified wine known as Malaga dulce. This wine is made from Pedro Ximénez and Moscatel grapes.

What wine is Andalucia famous for?
Andalucia is famous for the fortified sherry and Malaga wine. The muscatel and Pedro Ximenez grapes are very popular for wine making in Andalucia. There are other less-known but high quality Andalucian wines which you will taste on the wine tours from Malaga.

Are meals included in the Andalucian wine tour weekend?
Yes, this tour is all-inclusive with all meals and wine tastings included in the price.

Will we be able to buy the wine?
Yes, any wine you taste will be available for purchase direct from the bodegas.

Reviews

Ray H
★★★★★

Wonderful (understatement) Wine Weekend!
Myself and my husband spent three amazing days on the “Wonderful Wine Weekend” tour organised by Toma and Coe at the end of September. The “wonderful” in the name really doesn’t do this tour justice. We visited 5 bodegas over 3 days ranging from small, family-run, up and coming set-ups (e.g Vetas) that are not open to the general public to the more commercial, large scale setup ups (e.g Alvear). We tasted 21 different wines (and bought wines at everyone one to bring home, such was the quality at every one). The vineyards themselves are set in some of the most scenic countryside I have had the pleasure to be sat drinking wine in – tastings varied from learning the processes of each vineyard and having a shared table tasting to sitting in a leafy garden with tapas, just putting the world to rights over a bottle of wine with the owner. A truely unique experience. The wine is not the only thing to shout about on this tour though – the food was an unexpected highlight. We ate so well at every meal, so if you are a foodie and like your wine… this tour is for you!!! We were so happy to share the 3 days we had with our guide Manni who was knowledgable, friendly, accomodating and by the end it felt like we were being shown around by a friend rather than a guide. The accomodation throughout the holiday (inc. the extra night in Malaga to begin) was top notch… I wont go into detail but they do save the best for last when it comes to wine, food and hotels too! Everything just got better and better. I cannot recommend this tour enough and even having just got back from it I would do it again in a heartbeat. Worth every penny! Thank you Toma&Coe!

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