Welcome to Cruises at Costa Del Sol
Disembarking in the Port of Malaga becomes the perfect starting point to cover routes through marvellous White Villages, ancient cities full of heritage and the capital of Malaga that is capable of combining endless leisure options with a constantly growing cultural offer.
During your stopover in Málaga...
The Picasso Museum is devoted to the most influential artist of the twentieth century and meets the need of the artist that his work was present in the city where he was born in 1881.
The majestic Cathedral was erected during the first half of the sixteenth century although work on it continued until the eighteenth century and, even at that, the walls remained unfinished.
Lying next to the Port of Málaga, this open-air shopping centre has a large number of shops and restaurants, which makes it ideal for a shopping spree followed by local cuisine in a unique setting overlooking the sea.
The monumental and artistic heritage of the Royal Cavalry of Ronda is available to the public through various collections, such as the Bullfighting Museum, the Royal Saddlery of the House of Orleans and antique firearms, gathered at the precincts of the Plaza de Toros.
Work began on the Alcazaba in the eleventh century, but most of the walls and the two towers that remain are from the fourteenth century. The main tower is that of El Homenaje.