Shore Excursion Details

Accessible Companion: Malaga Cathedral & Roman Amphitheater

Granada (Malaga), Spain

Accessible Companion: Malaga Cathedral & Roman Amphitheater


  • 4
    hrs Estimate Duration
  • Accessibility
  • Limited Accessibility


This excursion is for guests that use a cane/walker, have limited mobility issues or for companions of those guest that have booked mobility equipment tour.

Those guests that are fully dependent on their mobility device please book: AGP_A2 ACCESSIBLE Mobility Equipment- Malaga Cathedral & Roman Amphitheater.

Tour includes step-free routes, shorter distances and no stairs. Accessible restrooms with wide doors for wheelchairs are present along the tour route. Vehicles are adapted with an access ramp (or lift where available) to accommodate a limited number of wheelchairs and/or mobility scooters. Guides are not allowed to push wheelchairs; therefore, guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied.

Travel around Malaga at a comfortable pace that will offer plenty of time to explore the city’s landmark cathedral, Roman amphitheater and most inviting plazas. You will begin at the Plaza de la Constitución, a square named for the Constitution of 1812 that restricted the power of the Spanish monarchy. Shopping along the pedestrian-only street Calle Marques de Larios follows, after which you will visit Malaga Cathedral. Although construction started in 1528, the cathedral’s second planned tower still hasn’t been built, giving rise to the cathedral’s “one-armed woman” nickname. In time, you will arrive at the ruins of the Roman amphitheater. Built in the 1st century BC, it was eventually forgotten until the Moors used some of the stone blocks to build the Alacazaba fortress. Later, you will see the extravagant exterior of the Gibralfaro Castle on the way to Plaza de Merced. Pablo Picasso was born in a home on the square that is now a museum.


• Visit Malaga Cathedral, whose construction dragged on for 255 years before being halted in 1783.
• See a Roman amphitheater that was twice covered with debris and forgotten for centuries.
• Behold the magnificent hilltop Gibralfaro Castle, which dates to the 10th century.


• Dress in weather-appropriate clothing.

Need to Know:

Note: This tour has a limited capacity; please book early.

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Excursion Type:

Scenic & City Tours

Activity Level:

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Tours with this activity level involve walking over relatively level terrain, possibly some cobblestone, gravel, or a few steps. Comfortable shoes are recommended.
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