If you've been to Barcelona and the surroundings before, head south to Malaga, a lovely Andalusian resort loved by Spaniards themselves. The best way to start getting to know this city is with a personal guide who will give you a sightseeing tour and show you the best places in the resort.
What to do in Malaga
With its hot climate, Malaga has an average water temperature of only 22°C, but the beautiful beaches and convenient infrastructure make up for this little shortcoming. Expand your beach vacation with an excursions in English – Malaga is not just a seaside resort, but an ancient port city founded back in VIII century BC.
Excursion programs in Malaga usually include visits to the following sights:
Excurzilla tours with an English-speaking guide will allow you to learn many curious facts about the history of the city. Who founded Malaga? When did the city become the capital of Byzantine Spain? What do the locals do now? Answers to these and other questions you will get while walking around Malaga. If the city gets you bored, take a tour of the high mountain range, hiding the treasures of the ancient cities of Andalusia.
Available tours in other cities: Bilbao, Toledo, Valencia, Torremolinos, Cadiz, Madrid, Sant Antoni de Portmany, Porto Cristo, Segovia, Santiago de Compostela, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Marbella, Alicante, Cordoba, Benalmadena, Barcelona, Salou, Tenerife, Jerez de la Frontera, Palma de Mallorca