Dotted with palm trees and beaches, Malaga is a peaceful Mediterranean port on Spain’s famed Costa del Sol. The Moorish fortress Alcazaba, Malaga Cathedral and hilltop Castle of Gibralfaro are among the prominent historical attractions. An expansive bullring, dating to 1874, still hosts fights and its museum displays bullfighting gear and memorabilia. Pablo Picasso was born here in 1881, and several museums house the native son’s art, like Casa Natal, his birthplace, or the Picasso Museum, home of 250-plus works. To further explore southern Spain’s Andalusia region, shore excursions head to Granada and its Alhambra citadel; Nerja, a coastal retreat boasting caverns; and Ronda, a mountaintop town split by the nearly 400-foot-deep El Tajo Gorge. More than two dozen wineries surround Ronda, as well as plenty of olive, orange, almond and avocado trees.
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Driving Directions and Parking Information for Málaga, España - Muelle Cánovas
Cruise Terminal Name:
Terminal de Pasajeros Sur
From the airport, Pablo Ruiz Picasso - Málaga. Travel time from the airport to pier: approximately 30 minutes
From the Malaga Airport, take highway N340. When arriving to the main highway, there will be signage to the port that will say "Puerto MA-22".
There is no long term parking available at the pier.
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