Overall great value as the busses go to key locations. My only issue is that it's physically impossible to do all the activities - boat, walk, and select attractions - within one day. Therefore there should be some kind of disclaimer saying that these activities should be spread out over a couple of days; otherwise a standard bus pass for a day is sufficient. Again, we had a great time, but would have likely just gotten bus passes by themselves.
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Great way to see Malaga and determine what to do next while in town
Best things to do: The Costa del Sol is famous for its holiday resorts and beaches, all good, but make sure to spend a little time away from the beach and explore the town and region. There’s the Moorish Palace of Alcazaba, and Picasso Museum, which is in a converted palace, and the Cathedral is well worth your time exploring. The Roman theatre of Teatro Romano de Malaga is a fascinating ruin, and for something a little different head for the covered market of Mercado Central de Atarazanas is the place for some tapas.
Best time to visit: Peak season from June to September is the time to visit if you love the heat of the sun. You can expect an average temperature of around 31 degrees and up to 11 hours of sunshine daily. It also means that the sea is a welcoming retreat from the heat. Add a boat tour and well, you’re sorted and refreshed.
• The modern tourist trappings of the hotels and restaurants may well hide the fact that Malaga is known for being one of the world’s oldest cities! It was founded by the Phoenicians in 770 BC.
• Malaga’s most famous son is one Pablo Picasso, you’ll find his work on display in the city. Another famous local is actor Antonio Banderas.
• Little wonder so many people visit here for the sea and the sun. On average Malaga only gets about 50 days of rain per year, and well around 300 days of sunshine.
You will find there are several Malaga lunch and dinner cruise options available. Check the individual tour details for the menu and the options available.
We realise you want to capture those destination hotspots on your tour. Many operators do offer free Wi-Fi on board, but you will need to check with the individual operator.
Yes, but be aware that there is a high season (April to September) and Low Season (October to March). Check the tour details for timings.
Malaga is a region full of attractions and experiences to enjoy and immerse in. Check out our Malaga Tours by visiting isango.com
Each tour is different, but in general, they will have a duration between 1 to 2 hours. Make sure to check the specific tour for timings.
Boat tours will run at different times of the day, especially if you are booked on a lunch or dinner cruise. Make sure to check the tour details for a full listing of times.
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