Enjoy a cultural and cooking experience during this private, 3-hour, walking tour and cooking class in Malaga. Visit a local fishing neighborhood, then cook freshly-grilled sardines on the beach as you learn about the delicious regional specialty, 'Espetada' (sardines on skewers). In addition to the fishy portion of this tour, you'll see handmade boats and traditional arts in Malaga’s Maritime Museum. Get plenty of personalized attention from your private guide during this full-picture cultural experience.
Meet your personal guide at Marina Square (Plaza de la Marina) at 5pm to begin the walking-tour portion of this cultural experience. Receive an overview of Malaga's culinary traditions as you follow your guide to a picturesque fishing neighborhood, where traditional methods are still used to bring in the catch of the day.
After getting a glimpse of Malaga's fishing culture, head to the National Maritime Museum and gain an understanding about the Spanish town's history with the sea. Admire hand-painted boats and local crafts before preparing your freshly caught sardines for the espetada — a traditinal Malagan dish.
Under the guidance of an expert chef, learn the proper techniques for the skewer method. As your sardines cook, hear about this culinary art that's so deeply ingrained in the regional culture. Take a seat in the soft sand on the beach and savor your traditional dinner as you chat with your guide before saying farewell. The tour concludes around 8pm, back at the Plaza de Marina.