So today we offer gastronomic routes throughout neighborhoods that are less frequented by travelers, like Reding or Pedregalejo.
We learn how to choose the best ham in small grocery stores in the historic center, to then enjoy a small ham carving workshop and tasting, with an interesting selection of wines from our region.
We have the opportunity to get to know how to build a typical, artisanal, wooden boat from Malaga in a small shipyard; we buy sardines and learn how to skewer and roast them the traditional way, at the hands of true experts, on the beach.
We enjoy a walk through a plantation specialized in the cultivation of tropical fruits (mangoes, lychees, passion fruit, etc.) and where afterwards we prepare different sweet and savory snacks with the freshly picked fruit in an Andalusian farmhouse.
A winemaker accompanies us in the steep slopes of the Axarquía mountains to witness one of the most beautiful and unique grape harvests in the world and one of the first ones to be hold each year in Europe- harvested by hand in small boxes and loaded with the help of a mule.