Meet your guide and small group at a central location in Malaga, and kick off the evening with a glass of wine at a traditional tavern; toast fellow travelers as you raise a glass of classic Spanish wine. Learn how locals shop and eat at an old fashioned ‘ultramarinos,’ a family-run market where you’ll taste hand-cut Iberian ham, one of Spain’s most iconic flavors.
Continue through the charming, seaside city on a route that takes in some of Malaga’s emblematic gourmet destinations, and listen to historical, cultural and culinary tidbits as you walk. This is the perfect time to get insider tips for the rest of your stay in Malaga, so you can find the best local places to sample specialties like gazpachuelo malagueño, porra antequerana, espeto and fried, salted almonds. Duck into an atmospheric bar that specializes in cured meats, regional cheeses and vermouth, then finish your foodie tour in the heart of Malaga, close to great bars, restaurants and attractions.