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On our 4 hours Taste of Malaga Tapas Tour food lovers have the opportunity to discover the traditional products, dishes and hidden treasures of Malaga.

Savor local style marinated olives, sip wine elaborated artisanal from our region, visit the market stalls and meet the local merchants, have something to nibble with fried “boquerones” fish in the very heart of the market where you can also buy it fresh. Delight yourself with some Iberian ham, cut by hand at the moment by a dependent of a charming family-owned store and explore locally made specialties and tapas as you eat your way through Malaga’s old town!

Highlights include:

7 foodie hot spots
Atarazanas central market tour
Iberian Ham tasting
14+ tapas, bites & drinks (Full Lunch)
Small group (10 person max)
Passionate English speaking Food Sherpa
Food, Locals, Culture & Fun

Prices:
58€ per adult.
30€ children under 16.


  • Price: €58 per person (including taxes)
  • Activities available in the following languages: English
  • Place: Málaga (Malaga)
  • Duration: 1 Day, 3 Hours, 30 Minutes
  • Date available from: 09/12/2015
  • Date available to: 31/12/2020
  • Category of the activity: Circuits and visits. In the city. Gastronomy. Food markets and traditional markets
  • Who is it for?: LGBT. Senior. Families. Young people
  • Organising company: SPAIN FOOD SHERPAS

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