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Explore taverns and wine cellars on this 3-stops traditional gourmet tour around Malaga. Walk through the city center, see monuments, and uncover the city’s history! You’ll try 5 – 6 varieties of homemade tapas each, with 3 glasses of wine, beer or vermouth! All included! And there are vegetarian, gluten-free and non-pork options.
Finally, you’ll get a list with all the recipes of the tapas we try so you can practice at home and the best tips from a local guide that knows all about Malaga’s food culture, events and best places to go
Alicia is a young Andalusian Architect and Local Guide in Málaga. Art, history, culture and, of course, travelling are her passions, that led her to creating her own company, OH MY GOOD GUIDE, to show you the best of the city from a local point of view. Including Malaga's traditional food and wines, of course!
The oldest wineries and local taverns in Malaga old town
TAPAS AND WINE TOUR - 1ST STOP
Oldest Winery in Town: Sweet wine from Malaga
Here we will make you discover everything about our famous Malaga Wine: Moscatel, Pedro Ximénez, Lágrima, Pajarete - choose the variety you like and taste our delicious sweet wine.
2nd Oldest Winery in Town: The foodie party starts
We'll visit one of the most important wineries in Malaga and you will have another drink or glass of local wine and a delicious tapa of Tortilla!
Tortilla de Patatas: Traditional Spanish Potato Omelette
We promise this is the best tortilla in town! You won't regret! And we will give you the recipe!
tapas and wine tour - 3rd STOP
Local Tavern: discover the real tapas scene in Malaga
We'll move to a cozy local tavern to make you feel the real vibe of the tapas scene. And here the foodie party starts for real! You will have another wine or drink included and you will be able to taste the Spanish Vermouth if you like!
Ensaladilla Rusa: Spanish version of Russian Salad
Ensaladilla Rusa is one of the most popular tapas in Spain. Although its origins are in Moscow, the recipe spread all over Europe until it reached Spain, where has become a MUST
Habas con Jamón – Lima (or Broad) Beans with Ham
A good way to get proteins and fibre from the broad beans and enjoy a great taste of Serrano ham.
Anchoas en vinagre: Marinated anchovies
Fresh marinated anchovies in vinegar are the thing to try in Malaga. A real delight!
Albóndigas con Tomate: Beef Meatballs in Tomato Sauce
Another must-try Spanish tapas are these meatballs with a Spanish twist on a tomato sauce!
Carrillada en Salsa de puerros – Braised Pork Cheeks in Leek Sauce
Slow-cooked pork cheeks are a real delight. Pork cheek meat is tender and full of the flavour of red wine, spices and leek sauce. It is quite difficult to prepare at home so, let's go to a local tavern and taste it!
Caramelized Onion and Goat Cheese Toast
Goat cheese is a delicious taste of rural Spain. The goat is well-suited to Spain as it is accustomed to the hot, dry climate Mediterranean climate. As a result, we have an amazing goat cheese!