Port of Malaga
The Port of Málaga is a regular stopover point for the biggest cruise liners in the world for Mediterranean cruises. It has two terminals for mooring huge ships, and it also boasts state-of-the-art facilities. One of its main appeals is its location seeing as it is just a stone's throw away from Málaga's old town.
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Along with the Port of Cadiz, the Port of Málaga is the oldest Port in Spain. The city was founded by Phoenicians in the 10th century BC and given...
The most luxurious boutique cruise liners out there choose Málaga as a base or as a stopover point. Some of them decide to spend the night in the...
Roughly half a million passengers stop off or end their cruise in Málaga. The Port of Málaga has the capacity for dealing with one million...