|View of Malaga port|
When cruise ships now dock at the harbour, they do so at the large and modern cruise terminal.
From here it is only a short stroll to the beach of La Malagagueta, which is a lovely stretch of narrow beaches with small bars and restaurants.
The gorgeous historical centre is an approximate 2 kilometers, or 1.2 miles.
This is where you go, if you want to shop (at the great calle Larios) or explore the city with its many monuments such as the Cathedral, the Roman theater or the Alcazaba (a military fortress build by the Moors in the 11th century), visit the Picasso Museum, or just enjoy the laid-back ambiance of Málaga and its hundreds of tearooms, tapa-bars, cafés and restaurants.
You will love Malaga!
Many cities boast to 'have it all'… and Málaga actually does. The Mediterranean in the front, mountains in the back. Unlike many other big coastal cities, the beach is never more than a stroll away, and for a city of half a million, the air is clean, healthy and crisp in winter, and the heat bearable in summer.
Do you have time for an excursion?
If you already know Málaga or would want to see something else than a city, you could decide to reserve a private taxi to go to Ronda.
OK, that is also a (small) city, but then one that is out of the ordinary: a very picturesque, traditional city in the middle of nowhere, with stunning views all around you. It quite literally is the highlight of the province of Málaga. It is a 1.5 hour drive from Málaga port, and half of that drive takes you through lovely scenery, ideal for a pick-nick or a photo shoot!
We wish you a very pleasant stay in Málaga!