Tours in Torremolinos

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Torremolinos Tours

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  • FarAway555117
    1 contribution
    Johanna , was very knowledgeable as well as Rosie our guide at the Caminito Del Rey , thank you both for making this trip a great experience.
    Written 19 May 2022
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  • EDCUTH
    RICHMOND, NORTH YORKS16 contributions
    We left this until the last night of our holidays and we definitely saved the best til last. Absolutely brilliant show, very entertaining, amazing illusions and also funny. Appeals to all ages as well. Highly recommended.
    Written 3 July 2022
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  • Mizzy31
    Bristol, UK84 contributions
    My partner and I came to see this lovely experience. I love horses and to see these beautiful animals showing off their graceful moves was a delight to see. They were wonderfully in time to the music. The amount of effort that goes into the training must be immense and the riders are so good with them, as well as spectacularly dressed. I almost welled up a few times, especially watching the lady in her floral attire. Was quite emotional.

    The flamenco dancer with the horse was very good, and the timing of everything was impressive.

    I loved the finale with the jumps, they were very cute ☺️

    It was great meeting some of the horses after the show. They are well cared for and the ranch is very cool! My partner made friends with the resident dogs, who took a liking to him - they would have happily lapped up the affection all evening.

    The only downside was the seating which made the experience slightly uncomfortable, but overall a brilliant show and I would certainly come back again - thank you!!
    Written 16 June 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Anneke P
    1 contribution
    The Jeep Tour was really amazing, Carola is simply the best. With such an humour and driving skills she took us on a safari. She told a lot about the nature and plants, visited a white village away from busy tourism.
    Written 30 June 2022
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  • Joanne J
    Brighton and Hove, UK108 contributions
    Rain, low clouds, and very cold... but so very glad I took this tour. We needed to go up the mountains to reach Ronda and Setenil and, for those who, like me, are not fond of heights, this could be a challenge. Setenil was a pleasant surprise with typical Andalucian houses built under the overhanging rock face - not sure I would live there, but glad to have seen it. By the time we reached Ronda the temperature had dropped and the rain had set in. I managed to stay with the group as we visited the Bull Fighting ring and the fascinating museum showing the history of Bull Fighting... then gave up and went somewhere to eat. The return trip down to the Costa del Sol was horrific as the coach had to drive (in the rain) through low clouds - visibility much reduced. But, the weather had cleared on the coast and we were able to see the Rock of Gibraltar in the distance.
    Written 2 May 2022
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  • ariddington60
    Leeds, UK16 contributions
    Just a glorified taxi service. For the price we paid, we were expecting a lot more. Instead spent a long time picking up from various hotels (standard practice I know). Whilst the guide tried to keep us informed I’m afraid it was a tour that left us wanting. Basically? We were taken to each destination and then just dumped. No cohesiveness at all. Might just as well have taken the local bus at a much reduced cost.
    Written 17 May 2022
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  • Carolyne33
    Woodlands, Montserrat21 contributions
    In all fairness, I only booked the Malaga Shopping Trip as I wanted to see the Barbary Apes and visit the other Rock, as I'd lived on the rock in Montserrat (Caribbean) for 16 years.

    The bus arrived at in a timely manor and was comfortable. The German guide was very precise, in the way only Germans can be, and didn't like the fact I couldn't show him my ticket - I explained I had no wifi on my phone. (Not because I couldn't afford it, but because the phone is new and I don't know what I'm doing with 4G so couldn't get it to function. I didn't tell the guide this and think he assumed I was poor as I like to travel incognito and am not rich anyway).

    It took ages to pick up people all along the Costa Del Sol and we finally arrived in Gibraltar at 10.20, about 3 hrs and 20 mins after we left Malaga. We were given till 3pm to either pay (again) for the shopping tour or go on the bus's own tour of the island. Mr guide did his best to sell us the tours (I had explained I had no interest in shopping (he thought I wasn't taking it because it was too expensive - 25 euros to be guided around a few touristy shops is too expensive, but the truth is I hate shopping, hate it) , but he didn't get I preferred to do my own thing, necessary as a photographer, and not wanting to go on the tour.

    I found John Guy hanging around in a square and in fact paid him to take me to see the apes. John is famous for his singing of 'If I was a rich man' with ape accompanists (BBC) and was also shot on film in the Bond film, 'The Living Daylights'. I am famous for talking about goats and a hostel in Montserrat during Hurricanes Irma and Maria (BBC etc) so we had a bit in common. I had been planning to catch the cable car up the rock, but it was about to be closed due to high winds. A friendly cop (actually, Johns Uncle Arthur) informed us. Nevermind, I got to take a photo of John's Uncle in full police uniform on a motorbike....with his very own rabbit ears.

    We didn't go all the way up the rock as we both had limited time and it was more interesting to play with the apes, though you musn't touch them first the park ranger explained. They like to be in control. They are golden apes and have orange coats. There is a monkey in charge of the States who also looks like that, I'm told.

    However, John had trained a female ape to jump on his client's shoulders which gave me a bit of a fright. It was also a bit smelly, but had a soft coat and beaufitul golden fur. It sort of ambushes Johns' clients. One minute you're talking to John about the weather, the next minute you've got a parrot on your shoulder, sorry, I mean a monkey. Aaaaaargh. Pirate!

    Anyway, so that was what I did on my shopping trip to Gibraltar. I did buy a fridge magnet with a map of Gibraltar, Spain and North Africa on it, complete with lucky coin, and a nice solar charged revolving hummingbird on an artificial sunflower. So far, it's either not sunny enough to charge in the UK or simply it doesn't work and I was ripped off.

    Gibraltar is a rather odd place and the people seemed somewhat strange. I did like the man whose dog played the piano by hitting the keyboard with its head outside the church or Cathedral in Main Street. G and T's, taken with my breakfast and as a substitute for lunch, having eaten friend bread for breakfast at a rather overcrowded establishment, turned out to be 6 pint buckets. They do things a little different in Gibraltar! Drinks are cheaper that than the UK, food is more expensive (I think though I only had bread and avocado so don't take my word).

    We were told to be back at the bus at 2.45pm to leave at 3pm. I got there about 2.40pm and nearly everyone had already returned. So don't know if that was a comment on shopping or touring Gibraltar.

    I would recommend their tour as it was about the same price as mine, but I would recommend finding John Guy hanging around just past the Cathedral as he is an interesting guide and good at his job.

    I could probably have got a bus myself to Gibraltar for less, but this was the relatively laziest way to get there. Make sure you phone them to confirm as I would never have found the meeting place without their direction in Malaga.

    As for their tour guide, he seemed quire kind, but you can never judge a book by its cover! He was definitely German.
    Written 3 October 2020
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Annick RM
    3 contributions
    Wonderful experience that is a must-do in Benalmádena (Malaga, Costa del Sol)! Not only is the sailing experience a wonderful one (beautiful view on the shore, sensation of wind and sea without the noise of motors! you may even see dolphins) but the company of Pablo turns it into a life experience: you feel safe, you learn a lot thanks to his pedagogical skills! He knows everything about sea and sails and has a lot to share. He is also very receptive to your needs and will adapt to your skills and wishes. I recommend it 200%! Thanks again Pablo!
    Written 6 June 2022
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  • Johanna R
    New Westminster, Canada81 contributions
    We love horses and this show was worth the effort of getting there. We prebooked but tickets didn't include transportation so we used a taxi. We had been advised that after the show they were offering a dinner and some flamenco dancing so we added that to our package. The expertise of riders and the excellent training of the horses made the whole show fabulous. Watching the horses go through the various steps was like watching them dance. Riders dressed the part as well. The dinner was okay and the flamenco show was fun to see. If I had a critique it would be the challenge of getting in and out of our seats at the arena. We are still reasonably fit and active, but we saw many who were less fit and it was a slight struggle for them. Once in your seat, unless close to the aisle it was almost impossible to get out until other guests had left. Nevertheless we had a good time and enjoyed the evening. Worth it in our opinion.
    Written 2 March 2020
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Brenda
    Roseville, CA3 contributions
    We booked a tour for 15 people max in English but we ended up with a bus full of people and a tour where every single thing was repeated in Spanish, English, French, and German. I admire the ability of the guides to speak so many languages but every stop and explanation took forever and honestly it gave us all a headache. Once we arrived in La Alhambra, which is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen, we were split into two groups (still close to 30 people in each group speaking different languages). Our guide there was Monica, who from the beginning had a hostile attitude and spoke to us in a condescending way. Tourists are there to enjoy the visit but with Monica it felt like we were preschoolers in a field trip with a mean teacher. Looking back I wish we had done the visit on our own or gone with a different company. Definitely go to Granada and the Alhambra but do better than us and read the review before booking a tour!
    Written 29 June 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Andi R
    Pasadena, CA18 contributions
    The Alhambra in Granada is a world's wonder! Amazing architecture, art, and history. Imagine you being there in awe and then having your tour guide rushing through it! What a shame, this is not how you do a TOUR! I would understand if this is a full day tour. But is not! Your tour, excluding travel, is essentially only 2.5 hours . The rest is FREE time in the city - 3 hours! I felt duped....

    I joined the tour in Malaga at 8:00 am, met by the tour guide Jean Pierre. The ride to Granada was about 1.5-2 hours. At Alhambra, we were handed off to a local guide, who guided is through the palace until around 12:30. Then we were handed back to Jean Pierre, who the led us to the cathedral in Granada..He showed is the entrance to the entrance of the cathedral. We were to tour the cathedral our self and have free time from 1-4 PM.

    Jean Pierre was anything but a guide. In the bus, he just mostly read through a script. In Granada, he continuously failed to bring attention the group to follow him. He rarely spoke and kept walking very far ahead of the group. Most people were having a hard time catching up especially the elderly - he didn't seem to care of anyone in the group got lost or left behind.

    The local guide, I think his name was Hani, was a bit better. But still, not a very good guide. He rushed through the tour, rarely facing the group, and basically just doing the tour via his microphone.

    I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS TOUR. GRANADA IS AWESOME, BUT USE A DIFFERENT TOUR!

    Written 21 December 2018
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Nevis100
    Scotland, UK25 contributions
    Did not know that the Tour included a two hour guided tour of I would not have booked it.The walking Tour was terrible as the Guide had to speak to Spanish Guests then British Guests had to wait until he was finished then give information in English.Would may have been better to have split the group in to two.
    Written 28 November 2021
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