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The Malaga Cooking Experience

From Farmer´s Market to Farmhouse - the complete foodie experience.

Take a trip to the market in Malaga and then take your purchases to a family owned Andalucian Cortijo in the hills of Malaga to transform those wonderful natural products into delicious Andalucian dishes.

The conclusive foodie day for guests staying in Malaga.

Do you love food? Do you love eating and drinking? Do you love cooking? Then this tour is for you.



  • From Farmer's Market to Farmhouse
  • Shop in a market - Experience first-hand the wonderful fresh produce.
  • Spend the day in an idyllic rural setting, far from the City´s hustle and bustle
  • Learn how to create some typical Andalucian dishes

About the tour

Meeting in Malaga, not too early in the morning, your guide will take you on a foodie shopping spree in the local market of Atarazanas. Once all the ingredients have been purchased, you will make your way up into the hills just behind the city to the fabulous venue for today’s cooking experience; an 18th Century Andalucian Farmhouse with far-reaching views surrounded by olive groves.

What better way to spend a day than at a family home where you will prepare wonderful local dishes and then enjoy them in a glorious setting?

After coffee and “sobremesa” (A quintessential Spanish tradition of chats and laughter AFTER the meal) , a taxi will collect you to whisk you back to Malaga so you can enjoy the rest of the day back in the city.

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Groups of 4-6 people.

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Our 18 year old son and his friend joined us on the Malaga Cooking Experience with TOMA & COE. Neither can cook and they are still talking about how much fun they doing the cooking class and making paella in Mayte's family farm house!

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