Málaga: Off-road Tour by 2-Seater Quad in Mijas

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Hop aboard a thrilling 2-seater quad and embark on an incredible dirt road tour in Mijas. Fall in love with incredible mountain views and admire the beaches of the Costa del Sol as you ride.


  • Enjoy an experience with a unique blend of tranquility and adrenaline
  • Explore off-road areas that can only be accessed by quad bike
  • Discover the natural and rugged mountainous terrain by quad bike
  • Hop aboard your double seater and enjoy the experience with a partner
  • Spot numerous forms of wildlife that are native to the area


Explore the beauty of Malaga, the mountains of Mijas and the Costa del Sol on a fantastic guided Quad tour. Hop aboard your 2-seater quad and explore the diverse terrain of the Málaga region and spot various wildlife on your journey. Meet your guide at the local partner's base in Mijas. After a short meet-and-greet you will depart to your activity location. Once you arrive, listen to a safety briefing and instructions on the correct use of your quads before setting off on your adventure. Feel the power of the engine as you ride through country roads and mountainous terrain. Drive off-road through the wilderness and admire typical farms, farmlands, and natural landscapes. Get the opportunity to see wildlife common to the area such as horses, donkeys, sheep, and birds of prey. Take stunning photographs and videos to capture your experience in the company of a guide who will assist you at all times to make you feel as safe as possible.


Guided quad tour Safety briefing and driving lesson Automatic quad for 2 people Helmet Water

Important Information

  • - Every 2 participants = 1 Quad - It's mandatory to arrive 20 MINUTES before the activity begins. The activity begins at the reserved time, NO later. - All quads are two-seaters. You can reserve a quad for two people. - Important: Purchasing a ticket for a group of up to 2 people reserves 1 Quad. If you desire a second Quad, you'll need to purchase 2 tickets for a group of up to 4 people. If you wish to have a third Quad, the group size would increase to 5 or 6 people, and so forth. - If you are a driver: It's mandatory to bring your valid, permanent car driver's license. - Provisional driver's licenses not allowed. - If you are a passenger: It's mandatory to bring your identification document. - In Spain, by law, it's mandatory to be at least 18 years old to drive. - Children: It's mandatory to provide identification for minors. - Children: It's mandatory for them to be over 7 years old and have a minimum height of 1.20 meters. - It´s mandatory wearing closed-toe shoes.

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