Visit three of Malaga’s tapas institutions on a 3-hour food tour and sample up to 15 plates of tapas alongside glasses of wine and beer. With a local guide, check out three of the city’s best tapas bars and discover specialties like Malaga’s drool-worthy sardines and melt-in-the-mouth ‘jamón’ (ham). Sip on crisp beers like San Miguel and sample the local moscatel dessert wine while learning about Andalucian culinary heritage.Numbers are limited to 10 people on this small-group tapas tour, ensuring personalized attention from a guide.
Meet your guide near Plaza de la Constitución in central Malaga, and then stroll to your first tapas bar of the afternoon. As you walk, your guide will chat to you about Spanish cuisine and of the surge in popularity for tapas in restaurants all over the world. While the best place to eat tapas is a subject of strong debate, Malaga – in the deep south of Andalucia – is one of the best places to discover it.Tapas bars in Malaga are often crowded, but that’s part of the fun! Vie for space with locals and follow the tapas etiquette of your guide: sharing, finger-using and trying everything in sight. Dishes served each afternoon will vary, but you can expect up to 15 dishes from three different bars.Sample wafer-thin slices of jamón and nibble on fresh sardines – a Malaga specialty. Smack your lips on succulent prawns and mop up juicy tomatoes with hunks of fluffy bread. Each tapas stop includes a drink, and you’ll try famous brews like Victoria and San Miguel beers as well as moscatel dessert wine and Andalucia’s ubiquitous sherry wine.Your tour finishes at the third bar, leaving you perfectly placed to carry on eating your way around Malaga, should you wish.