Enjoy your E-Bike Rental Experience in Malaga - the new way of discovering the city and surroundings of our beautiful town! After your reservation you will have the confirmation from our part. When you come to our Bike Shop, please remember to bring your ID and Credit Card to sign the bike rental contract. Now you can start your self guided bike tour or just pedal always with back wind.
Cycle to the East of Malaga to enjoy the traditional fisherman villages Pedregalejo and El Palo. There you can have a short rast by ordering a glass of local wine and get your first tapa or fish plate - up to your choice. As a tip: try the Espeto de Sardines, a typical fisherman dish from the past (maybe from Fenicians? who knows:)
Climb the Gibralfaro Mountain - the Gibralfaro got the same name from Gibraltar and means Gabriel. You wont find Gabriel on the top, but you will enjoy the great view over the whole city of Malaga. Here on the top you will find also the Gibralfaro Castle which is very worth to visit. The old fortress was built by Moorish and was one of the reason why it took so long to conquest Malaga.
After visiting the Gibralfaro just take a rast at the Parador of Malaga - the state hold Hotels ubicated in the best areas of spanish cities. So the Parador of Malaga is situated on the top of the Gibralfaro mountain right in the city center. Take a coffee break here enjoying the wonderful view to the south (see) and to the west (old quartier) of Malaga.
Ride down to the beach promenade and cycle to the Port of Malaga - the new jewel of the city. Cycle along the Parque the Sorpresas (the tree alley), also visit the Center de Arte de Pompidou - a modern art museum (you have to purchase the tickets if you wish to visit the museum). A must: visit the Virgin del Carmen - a patron of all fisherman and marines situated on the west side of the port. If you throw some coins into small bassein in front of the Virgin - it might bring luck!
Continue e-biking to the old quartier of Malaga - visit the Roman Amphitheater and Alcazaba Castle (moorish castle). Feel yourself transported back in time by visiting the El Pimpi on the same street - one of the oldest Bodegas of Malaga with flair of the past times. Here you can taste a variety of local wines of Malaga - from Ronda till Axarquia, from secs (dry) to Pajarete (very sweet) - you can get it all! Also try local food: Tapas or Portion, up to your stomach!
Visit the Pablo Picasso birth place on Plaza de la Merced. The Genius was born in Malaga and we care about this great artists - 2 museums with Pablo Picasso names are situated in Malaga (Picasso Birth Place museum and Picasso Museum of his works).
Ride to the Central Market Atarazanas where you will got the festival for all your senses: hear, see, taste, breath, touch! Go under in local atmosphere and try local food at many bars inside the market.
Enjoy E-Bikes till 20.00