Coach trip to Malaga from Roquetas de Mar, Almeria


Coach trip to Malaga from Roquetas de Mar, Almeria



SPAIN, Roquetas de Mar

Returning City

SPAIN, Roquetas de Mar

Number of HOURS

8 - 9 h aprox.

Meeting point

Hotel or place agreed with clients

PRICE in Euros


Malaga full day trip from Roquetas de Mar

Daytrip to Malaga from Roquetas de Mar. A trip along the Tropical Coast to visit Malaga, with English speaking guides. Discover the capital of the Costa del Sol, the city where Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas were born. We visit the Castle of Gibralfaro, after which you’ll enjoy some free time in the city centre of Malaga with the possibility to visit the Cathedral of Malaga, Picasso Museum or the Moorish Fortress Alcazaba amongst other highliths of Malaga.

Departure at the indicated time from Roquetas de Mar with destination Malaga. A visit ti the castle of Gibralfaro and the Cathedral (entrance fees not included) in order to subsequently enjoy a city tour with our bus. Free time, amongst others for lunch…In the afternoon we return towards the hotels. Arrival at Roquetas de Mar and the end of our service.

Departure days:

Please check availability

The excursion to Malaga and Costa del Sol includes:

– Transportation by modern coach with air conditioning and reclining seats
– Accompanying guide service
– Visit to the Gibralfaro Castle
– Walking tour of the old town
– Travelers insurance

Price details

 ADULTfrom 72 €
CHILD (3 – 11 years)from 25 €

More information about Malaga:

A trip along the Costa Tropical and the Costa del Sol, passing through the typical white villages of Andalusia.

Malaga, founded by the Phoenicians, is situated at the coast of the Mediterranean Sea with its mild blue water, under the intense warm Andalusian sun, full of style and charm. Its fame in tourism comes above all from the Costa del Sol. Not in vain is the city proud of its climate, one of the warmest and most enchanting climates of the Iberian Peninsula, with so many sun-hours per years that it would be a pure coincidence if your visit takes places on a cloudy day. The city as well as the province contain exceptional wonders, the testimony of a long, rich history. The city is lively and cosy, with numerous gardens and the Andalusian grace of architecture with memories of the Arabs. But more the buildings, Malaga is famous as here Pablo Picasso was born, of which the Museum Picasso remembers.

Malaga is one of the most visited cities of Europe. Amongst the monuments we visit is the cathedral, whose construction was started in 1528 by Diego de Siloe and is also called “the lame” as the construction was never finished, as also the ruins of the Castle of Gibralfaro, an Arabian fortress from the 14th century where the Parador can be found.

Please note that

* Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organizational reasons.

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