“ Escape the city hustle with this tour in the countryside, meet a family who runs a winery since 1990, and taste 5 of their wines with tapas ”
From: €75.00
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Duration: 4 Hours
Cancel Free: 1 Day Prior
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 7

Here is what's in store for you

We invite you to join us for a unique wine experience exploring Malaga's wine culture. Imagine being accompanied by a friend in a van, who will passionately share with you the history and culture of the region's organic vineyards. You'll have the chance to walk among vines of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Muscatel, and learn about every step of the winemaking process.  

Next, we'll visit a 100% local and non-touristy winery, where the owner will welcome us into his home and proudly serve us some of the best wines in the region, accompanied by delicious tapas such as omelettes, chorizo, cheese, and olives.  

Our goal is to help you appreciate and love wine even more after this tour, by providing you with interesting information about every aspect of wine-making. By the end of the tour, we aim to give you a solid foundation of knowledge that will help you become a little wine expert.  

Finally, we'll sit around a table and enjoy 5 different and superb wines, while chatting in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. This experience will not only make you appreciate the wines you taste during the tour but also every glass of wine you'll enjoy in the future. 

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Booking Policy & Details

Max. 7 people

How much does it cost?

You can easily check all the prices clicking on 'Check Availability' button and selecting a date

How many people can participate?

Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 7

Where do we meet?

The meeting point is the main door of the tourism office in Plaza de la Marina, in the center of Málaga. Your guide will be waiting for you near the door of the office ten minutes before the meeting time.


  • Private transport in a Mercedes Vito van
  • Guided tour of vineyard and winery with expert guide
  • Tasting of 5 wines
  • Tapas
  • Water
  • Sunscreen and insect repellant

Should I book online?

Booking online in advance is required!

How can I book online?

You can do it in less than a minute! Click on the 'Check Availability' button, choose the date and time among those available and fill in the rest of the requested information.

How do I check availability?

Click on the 'Check Availability' button! You'll find an interactive calendar with dates and times!

How many languages are available?

The languages available for this amazing experience are: English, Español. You can choose one of these languages during the booking process.

How long is the experience?

About 4 Hours

May I cancel the booking for free?

You can cancel for free until 1 Day Prior

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