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Popular Places in Malaga

Popular Destinations in Malaga

Thumbnail Guided Visit to a pretty vineyard and cellar in Malaga's countryside
Málaga, Malaga (Malaga)
4 Hours
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 7
From €75.00
“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”
Thumbnail Tasting of 6 wines with local delicacies in a Flamenco Venue of Malaga
Málaga, Malaga (Malaga)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 30
From €70.00
“Taste 6 great wines from all over Spain paired with the best Iberian cured meat and the best quality manchego cheese!”
Thumbnail Visit & Biodynamic Wine Tasting at Bodega Schatz in Ronda
Ronda, Malaga (Ronda, Malaga)
1 Hour 30 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 15
From €35.00
“Visit the estate and taste 4 wines from Bodega Schatz, a pioneer in the new Ronda wines in Malaga, an artisanal and small winery.”
Thumbnail Guided tour and tasting with tapas at Winery and Olive Mill just outside Malaga
Málaga, Malaga (Malaga)
4 Hours 30 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum 7
From €105.00
“Discover a cooperative open since 1977 where producers take their own grapes and olives to process. Final tasting included!”

More information on Malaga

Malaga, located in the south of Spain, is a beautiful destination that attracts tourists from all over the world. The region has a rich history and culture, with influences from the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Moors, and Christians. The city of Malaga is a vibrant cultural center and the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, one of the most famous artists of the 20th century. The region is also renowned for its wine and food, making it a popular destination for wine lovers and foodies.

Malaga is famous for its sweet wines, which are made from Muscat grapes. The region has a long history of wine production, dating back to the Phoenicians and the Romans. Visitors can enjoy wine tastings and tours of the wineries in the region, such as Bodega Antigua Casa de Guardia, which is one of the oldest wineries in Malaga, dating back to 1840. Another popular winery is Bodegas Quitapenas, located in the mountains of Malaga and known for its stunning views and excellent wines. Wine lovers can also visit the Wine Museum of Malaga, which offers a fascinating insight into the history and culture of wine production in the region.

Which food to taste in Malaga?

Malaga's cuisine is renowned for its fresh seafood and traditional dishes such as gazpacho, a cold soup made with tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, garlic, and bread. Another local favorite is pescaíto frito, a dish of fried fish that is a staple of Malaga's beachside restaurants. Visitors can also try the region's famous sweet wines, which are often paired with desserts such as pastries and chocolate, also during wine tastings at local wineries.

Which wines to taste in Malaga?

During wine tastings, visitors will learn that the Muscat grape is the most widely planted grape variety in Malaga and is used by wineries to produce the region's famous sweet wines. Other grape varieties grown in the region include Tempranillo, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot, which are used to produce red wines. Malaga is also known for its fortified wines, such as Pedro Ximénez, which is made from a grape of the same name.

Which is the best season to visit Malaga?

The best time to visit Malaga for wine tastings and wine tours is in the fall, between September and November, when the grape harvest takes place. During this time, wineries allow visitors to participate in grape picking and wine-making activities and enjoy the lively atmosphere of the harvest season. The spring and summer months are also a great time to visit Malaga, with warm temperatures and plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy.

What things to do in Malaga?

In addition to wine tastings and wine tours, Malaga has a lot to offer visitors. The city is home to many museums and cultural attractions, such as the Picasso Museum and the Malaga Cathedral. Visitors can also explore the Alcazaba, a Moorish castle that offers stunning views of the city. Another popular attraction is the Caminito del Rey, a walkway that runs along the steep walls of a narrow gorge, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.

In conclusion, Malaga is a destination that offers something for everyone, from wine and food lovers to history buffs and outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors can enjoy the region's famous sweet wines, fresh seafood, and traditional dishes while exploring its rich culture and history. Whether you're looking for a tour of local wineries or an action-packed adventure, Malaga is a destination that should not be missed.