Muelle Uno offers some of the best panoramic views of Málaga"s monuments. 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.
At Muelle Uno you can buy shoes, clothes, jewellery, home décor items… And you can have all types of food at its multiple eateries.
Since it first opened in late 2011, Muelle Open has been an essential part of the cultural life of the city, playing host to arts and crafts markets, art exhibitions, concerts, films in the open air, and many other activities. Thus, it has become one of the most popular entertainment and leisure centres in Málaga.
Muelle Uno extends to La Farola, Málaga"s 38m-high lighthouse, with a 25mi point light. Built by José María Pery y Guzmán, the lighthouse was completed in 1817, but it needed rebuilding after the Spanish Civil War, in 1939.
Another remarkable sight in the area is the Chapel of Muelle Uno, an eighteenth-century Baroque church built in sandstone from a nearby quarry.
Parking and transport
- Own parking
- Located in an urban area
- Coastal area