Malaga, Spain Cruises

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Malaga, Spain overview

Situated on Spain's Costa del Sol, Malaga is the region's capital and a popular holiday destination. At the same time, the city is known as the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and for the sweet Malaga dessert wines that come from the hilly vineyards just outside of town. Other points of interest include impressive Gothic architecture, remains of a Moorish castle, and several interesting museums.

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Luxury Boat Charter on the Costa del Sol

Luxury Boat Charter on the Costa del Sol

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Come and join us for an experience not to be missed, where the sand and sea mix. Accompany us for a...

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Historical Center Sightseeing Treasure Hunt

Historical Center Sightseeing Treasure Hunt

$28/Adult

Your guide will welcome you with a short introduction and provides you with all the material you wil...

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Private Day Trip to Ronda from Malaga

Private Day Trip to Ronda from Malaga

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Ronda is a mountain top city nestled on the dramatic El Tajo Gorge, which separates the old and new...

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Gourmet Tapas & Wine Tour Malaga

Gourmet Tapas & Wine Tour Malaga

$106/Adult

Come take a walking tour of Malaga with a local expert guide. See the town and hear stories about th...

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410 Malaga, Spain Port Reviews

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by maddie901

Absolutely love this port. I come back most years and look forward to it. I don't go out sight seeing but lay on the beach instead. Would definitely recommend the beach if you like it. For a few euros you can use two sun beds with a sun umbrella for the day. The beach is lovely itself- sandy.

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by mcrossan

Malaga was warm and beautiful. We walked from the dock into town & then had a walk through to see what we could see. We visited the Picasso museum which was interesting as it had a Jackson pollock display as well.

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by Davidmackv

Great port. Very clean city. We went to the Picasso museum. Walked around and admired the sites. We also we went to the large cathedral, very ornate, large and beautiful.

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by mamo

10 minutes from the harbor there is a small idyllic fishing village (it is called Pedregalejo) with a great restaurant La Paloma Fossil highly recommended.

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