Malaga countryside

Tour de Malaga – A new company shines a light on the beauty and history of the Malaga countryside.

Tour de Malaga launched in May 2018 to allow people to discover the beauty and history of the Malaga countryside. The team are passionate about helping visitors learn more about this stunning area and make visiting rural areas of Malaga easy. “The beaches of the Costa del Sol are very well known, but few people make it out into the countryside, or realise that the area has so much history. We’ve developed our tours to make it easy to learn about different aspects of the life and history of this fascinating place and we hope that people will really enjoy the experience.”

Tour de Malaga are offering two full day tours to explore this stunning area, led by experienced guides. The first visits two UNESCO World Heritage Sites; the nature reserve at El Torcal and the Dolmens site in Antequera. The Dolmens dates back over 5,000 years and is considered the greatest megalithic site in Europe.

The second tour heads into the Malaga mountains, first visiting a traditional family run olive oil producer for a tour of their estate and olive oil tasting. After lunch, the tour heads to the pretty town of Antequera and visits its “Alcazaba” an imposing 14th century fortress.

Both tours are all-inclusive and include two coffee stops and a three-course lunch with wine in quality Spanish restaurants, where guests can experience a true taste of Spain.

The tours began on Friday 25th of May, with a visit to El Torcal and the Dolmens. The second tour started on Saturday 26th of May to explore the Malaga mountains and Antequera. Guests can be picked up from Fuengirola, Benalmadena, Torremolinos or Malaga and there will be two tours per week. These all-inclusive tours are 85€ per person and tickets can be bought online at