Starts at 3pm.


2h aprox.




Starts at 3pm.

 Duration: 2h – 2:30h. aprox.

Price: 15€/person.

The Alcazaba, an essential medieval jewel to visit

In this guided tour of the Alcazaba of Malaga and the Roman Theatre, you will discover the most significant Muslim and Roman heritage of the city, along with its history and curiosities. These are two historical gems that offer an enriching experience for visitors interested in the history, architecture, and culture of Malaga.

What are we going todiscover in this guided tour

Why visit the Alcazaba and the Roman Theatre?

The visit to these places will immerse you in the rich history and culture of Malaga. You will learn more about the different stages of occupation in the city, from the Romans to the Arabs and beyond. This provides a deeper understanding of Malaga's identity and its evolution over the centuries.

Tour the Alcazaba and the Roman Theater with Official Guides of Malaga

We are official guides accredited by the Junta de Andalucía. We carry out the tours in Spanish and English.

What does the guided tour include?

Entrance to the interior of the Alcazaba is included. Entrance to the Roman Theatre is free.

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Choose day, time, and number of people on the calendar.

You will receive an email with the reservation confirmation.

Solve your doubts about our Alcazaba Castle Free Guided Tour with our frequently asked questions.

Once the Tour is over, and according to your degree of satisfaction, you decide how much to pay.


What Travelers Say About Our Tours

Chantal Pineault
Chantal Pineault
Excellent tour guidé de la ville de Toremolinos. Charlie a répondu à toutes les questions et connaît très bien l’histoire de Toremolinos. Merci Charlie pour ton dynamisme et tes connaissances!!! Je recommande ce tour sans hésitation!
Eva R
Eva R
Contratamos el tour cuando íbamos caminando por la alcazaba, 100% recomendable, sin la explicación de un guía no te enteras de la historia de la alcazaba.El guía muy profesional, malagueño, se nota que le encanta lo que hace. La única pega es que el día que fuimos hacía mucho calor. Nos quedamos con laa ganas de ver la alcazaba de noche, por lo demás un 10.
Juan Carlos Palero
Juan Carlos Palero
Ha sido un tour diferente a lo que estamos acostumbrados, pero nos ha encantado. Charli un crack
Carolina Lozano Campoy
Carolina Lozano Campoy
Tour por torremolinos ameno. Te muestra fotos videos. Da recomendaciones
Peter Rosas
Peter Rosas
Ambos tours que hice tanto del casco histórico como de torremolinos muy profesionales ! guía apasionado y que transmite muy bien esa historia/datos interesantísimos que personalmente desconocía… Muy recomendable !
Josu Telletxea
Josu Telletxea
Fenomenal. Merece la pena. Charli un crack, lo vive
Nery Belleza
Nery Belleza
Excelente guía Charly, muy cercano y haciéndonos conocer los hermosos lugares y secretos de Málaga y Torremolinos de forma muy amena. Repetiría. 100% recomendable, gracias por la experiencia
Miki Seeskorpi
Miki Seeskorpi
A very informative tour in Torremolinos with a friendly guide, thank you Charlie!
Lula Mun
Lula Mun
Hice el tour con Charlie por Torremolinos y me ha encantado. Ha sido super entretenido e interesante y no hay dudas que le apasiona lo que hace y las historias que relata. Un placer conocer Torremolinos de esta manera enalteciendo todo aquello que la hace única. Muchas gracias!

Do you have questions about the guided tour?

You will see us at the meeting point with a yellow umbrella.

Meeting Point: Paseo Don Juan Temboury, 2.

*We recommend arriving a few minutes before the start of the tour so the guide can begin on time.

This is the schedule to visit the Alcazaba:

From November 1 to March 31, visiting hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (last pass 45min. before closing).
From April 1 to October 31 from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Holidays closed: December 24, 25,31 and January 1.

We recommend making the cancellation 24 hours in advance of the day of the visit so the guide can accommodate visitors who may have missed a spot for that day. Cancel your reservation by sending an email to In case of rain, the visit will be canceled with prior notice to the reserved visitors.

Muslim and Roman heritage

La Alcazaba de Málaga de noche

The Alcazaba of Malaga is a fortress built by the Arabs in the 11th century. It’s a magnificent example of Islamic military architecture and provides a fascinating insight into the region’s history. On the other hand, the Roman Theatre, constructed in the 1st century BC, is one of the oldest remnants of Roman presence in the Iberian Peninsula and reflects the city’s cultural significance in antiquity.

The Alcazaba offers spectacular views of the city of Malaga, the port, and the Mediterranean Sea. Exploring its walls, towers, and gardens allows you to enjoy beautiful panoramas. Furthermore, you’ll notice how the Alcazaba blends with the nearby Gibralfaro Castle on the hill, creating a unique landscape.

Both the Alcazaba and the Roman Theatre have undergone extensive conservation and restoration efforts to preserve their historical and cultural value. These endeavors enable visitors to authentically experience how these sites appeared during their times of splendor.

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