Malaga Tapas Tour with Visit Atarazanas Market
• Some welcome wine and a gastronomic tour guide
• Local style marinated olives
• Market stalls to taste and buy the best products
• A visit to 3 restaurants with 3 drinks included
• Tasting of many different traditional tapas
• Tasting scorecard for different tapas
• Guided tour of the historic center.
Your guide will be able to explain the various foods you'll try and help you find the best foods for you. Enjoy your visit to Atarazanas Market.
This is the perfect complement to a radiant day: a tour of the Atarazanas Market tasting wines, dishes and products; the essence of Malaga.
- Food tasting
- Wine tasting
- Professional local guide
- All taxes, fees and handling charges
- Hotel pickup
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
- Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
- Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
Met with guide at appointed time, she was very unprepared and the tour was just a walk thru the market and then a stop at a tapas restaurant across the street that was unprepared for our stop. The guide was on the phone to her office asking what to do. Then she proceeded to walk us around the streets very slowly and pointing out strange sites. We finally said we wanted to leave the tour after about an hour and go on our own. Disappointing!!
Carlos was a fabulous guide. He took us on a walking food and wine tour around Malaga. We sampled delicious local delicacies and wines. At one of the wine stops, we were introduced to a bota Spanish wine container and wanted to buy one. Carlos made sure we ended the tour with one we were happy with. Carlos added a treat by asking one of the chefs to allow us to grill the fish we were going to eat. Fun times! Highly recommend this tour with Carlos.
Four of us took this very enjoyable tour with Paco. He was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the city of Malaga and The local cuisine. We were able to first try some sweet wine at our meeting point and then we went through the Ataranzas Market where we tried local olives and then small sandwiches with ham and cheese, sausage and bread along with beer or wine. We toured the market and looked at the many fresh selections of seafood before moving on to a local restaurant, We then went to a restaurant named Taberna El Mentidero where we helped prepare sardines on small swords which were cooked over coals and also fried fresh anchovies. This was washed down with local wine. It was really good and fun. We then went to Malaga Pura for some great tempranillo red wine and fried asparagus and skewers of meat with cous cous. I would highly recommend this and all of us enjoyed this experience.