Would you like to join a private Tapas Tour Málaga with our guide Anne? Discover all about the culinary life of this vibrant city on the Mediterranean.
Anne takes you out for a four and a half hour tapas tour. This exclusive tour has been specially developed for lovers of Andalusian cuisine and the laid back life style of the inhabitants of the South of Spain.
The Andalusian cuisine
The hinterland of the province of Málaga is fertile. The best olives, avocados and almonds in Spain, come from this region. The Andalusian kitchen is originally poor but pure. The inhabitants of this part of Spain often still eat what comes from their own land.
Andalusia is very traditional. Slowly but surely some change is coming. Cautiously, ‘foreign’ food is being explored and more and more contemporary restaurants and bars are opening their doors in Málaga.
To our great fortune, hundreds of authentic eateries and typical Spanish tapas bars can still be found in the city and we hope that they will stay forever.
Culinary tour through Málaga
While walking through the old center of Málaga, Anne lets you get acquainted with typical Spanish breakfasts, the fresh products of the famous day-market Atarazanas, the famous Spanish Serrano hams and the cheeses of the region and of course the famous Spanish tapas.
The drinks from this region are also being tried out. How about the famous Málaga wines that we can find in old wooden barrels in the oldest bodega of the city, the popular Spanish summer drink Tinto de Verano, and of course the Victoria beer that is brewed in the city itself.
For four-and-a-half hours we wander, while eating and drinking through the center of Málaga and along the way, between snacks and drinks, you will learn a lot about this hospitable city.
Free Travel Guide Málaga, written by your guide Anne herself (1 copy per reservation)
A small, sweet and very Spanish breakfast
The famous Atarazanas fresh market
The oldest wine bodega in town
Anne’s favorite bar for a ham tasting
A tapas stop in one of Málaga’s most popular bistros
Price: 89 euro per person for 2 to 3 people. 79 euros for 4 to 6 people.
I will meet you at 11 am. at the Oficina de Turismo at Plaza de la Marina 11.
Who is Anne?
Born and raised in the Netherlands but since 2015 living in the charming village of Alhaurín de la Torre, under the smoke of the city of Málaga. Several times a week she can be found in her favorite city. Often to try out restaurants and tapas bars, find new gems, visit friends and sometimes just to stroll along the beach. Málaga never bores!
She is the author of the Travel Guide for the City of Málaga – available in English, German, French and Dutch – and together with her husband Alexander she runs the company Sunshine Tours where she offers various day excursions, tours and outdoor activities in the beautiful Andalusia.