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Experience the beauty of Malaga

With a minimum amount of walking or wheeling, this step-free and flat tour is designed to help you experience the beauty of Malaga. Discover the must-see places as you explore the historical town centre.

A private guide will escort you on this 2,5 hour city tour. See monuments, hidden places, and take in the city’s major attractions as the Fortress of Alcazaba, the Roman Theatre or the beautiful Picasso Museum.

The guide tells you interesting stories and fun facts and leads you through the convenient and accessible streets of this marvelous Mediterranean city.

This is a private tour, no other participants. You will get full attention of the guide and (s)he will be able to adjust the tour to your pace and specific interests.

You will receive a copy of our ‘Malaga Accessibility Guide’, including useful tips about accessible sights, routes and restaurants.

Price Information

1 pers = 150 euro | 2 pers = 75 pp | 3 pers = 50 pp | 4 pers = 37,50 pp | 5 pers = 30 pp |
6 pers = 25 pp | 7 pers = 21,50 pp | 8 pers = 18,75 pp | 9 pers = 16,75 pp | 10 pers = 15 pp

Meeting Point

Plaza de la Constitucion

Inquiry and Bookings

To book this tour, or to ask specific details about this tour, please email

Tour is included:

  • 2,5 hour accessible city tour Malaga with official guide
  • Tour available in English and Spanish. French and Italian on request.

Not included

  • Visits and entrance fees to the monuments are not included.

Every day except 25th of December, 1st of January and 6th of January.

This tour starts from the Plaza de la Constitucion. Transportation to the starting point of the tour is not included. We can arrange adapted transfers for you. Please contact us to arrange your taxi.

Day 1
Tour info

You can choose the locations to visit as it is a private tour. The standard route would cover Plaza de la Constitución, Pasaje de Chinitas, Calle Marqués de Larios, Catedral de Málaga, Museo Picasso Málaga, Bodega El Pimpi, Teatro Romano, Alcazaba, Castillo de Gibralfaro, Plaza de la Merced, Picasso´s birthplace.



Is Malaga wheelchair accessible?

Malaga is a great destination for a city tour because of its accessibility and compact city center. As a flat city, it naturally lends itself to easy wheeling. Apart from a few gentle slopes, most of the city center is flat including the long seafront promenade.

Several areas are completely pedestrianized with smooth surfaces and easy to navigate for wheelchair users. You will find some mild cobblestones in a few areas but they do not pose any major obstacle.

Trip Facts

  • Starting at 15 euro per person
  • 2,5 hours
  • 2 - 10 pers
  • Pls contact the ATO office to know details
  • Restaurants visited in the tour have accessible toilets
  • sign language available
  • dogs welcome


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