Dust off those comfy shoes for a walking tour of Costa del Sol’s capital city. Malaga’s ancient streets have been ruled by the Romans, Carthaginians and Moors, so you can expect plenty of historical sights. Starting from the pier, your first stop is Gibralfaro Castle. High on a hill, this impressive building has overlooked Malaga since the 10th century, and offers great panoramic photo opportunities. Next, you’ll be driven to the Old Town, home to the city’s most famous landmarks. See the Moorish fortress of La Alcazaba and step back in time at the Roman theatre, which is the oldest monument in Malaga. The best is saved until last, when you’ll visit the majestic La Manquita. Renaissance in style, this cathedral has a tall domed tower, elegant archways and beautiful architecture. Once you’ve filled your camera with photos, enjoy some free time before returning to the harbour.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.