Puerto de Málaga, Malaga

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Puerto de Málaga is the oldest continuously operated seaport in Spain. Nestled on the Costa del Sol, it serves as a port of call for many cruises. The port’s history stretches back to the Phoenicians and Carthaginians. If you’re up for a walk, head all the way out to the lighthouse and the sandy beach. Or, avoid the summer heat beneath the misters while strolling around this charming seaport, then grab a bite to eat in one of the many fine restaurants. By using our Malaga travel route builder tool, you can arrange your visit to Puerto de Málaga and other attractions in Malaga.
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  • The port of Malaga is 3000 years old. However, the deep old man has the look of a young man. After the reconstruction in 2011, the embankment and the cruise terminal area were transformed. The...  more »
  • We walked around the port area a couple of times on our stay in Malaga. There is a nice selection of cafes/restaurants along the harbour front. There are also a number of shops as you get further...  more »

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