Malaga Harbor is located in the Costa del Sol covers a total of 150 kilometers of coastline.
First of all we must say that Malaga capital receives thousands of tourists every year,.
And the city has become a tourist destination chosen for its great offer, but also for its spectacular climate.
Malaga has become the city of Museums, with excellent communications and this year 2020 is the capital of sport.
The beaches of Malaga receive more than 300 days of sunshine a year.
Depending on your preferences you will be able to find different opportunities.
How many beaches does Malaga have? Malaga has a total of 16 beaches.
The Port of Malaga receives more than 10 million visits annually.
Opened in 2011, Muelle Uno is one of the most fashionable leisure spots in the city and the second port of Spain in cruise traffic.
Where to eat in Malaga Harbor.
The part called Muelle Uno Sea Shopping has shops, restaurants, markets and one of our favorite restaurants:
Jose Carlos García restaurant, the only one with a Michelin star in Malaga.
It has capacity for 160 people and unbeatable views of the port of Malaga.
In the Palmeral de las Sorpresas, a part of the port of Malaga, we can relax.
We an also have a drink in its many bars and enjoy the modern architecture.
And, of course to delight us with the view of some of the best cruise ships in the world.
Don’t forget to walk along the Paseo de la Farola at sunset.
Or if prefer, pay a passage on one of the many leisure boats that leave the dock before dark.
Then you can enjoy the breeze and views of the Malaga coastline.
Nearby is Calle Larios, the Circo Romano and The Cathedral.
Marqués de Larios street is one of the most elegant shopping streets in Spain, and the most famous street to visit in Malaga.
It was inaugurated in 1891.
Its blocks with rounded corners and large windows with white windows are characteristic.
As it is the most elegant and distinguished street in the capital, luxury shops abound.
For this reason, it is a favorite place for people from Malaga to stroll and do their shopping.
For example, there is the oldest and most renowned pastry shops in the city, Pastelería Lepanto.
Also we recommend visiting El Café Central, one of the most emblematic places in the city.
Santa Iglesia Catedral Basilica de la Encarnación,.
Obviously, is one of the Renaissance architectural wonders of Andalusia.
And one of the places that you cannot stop contemplating during your walks.
Essentially it was built between 1525 and 1782, although due to financing problems it remained unfinished.
For this reason, lacking today its second tower.
Which is why the people of Malaga nickname it “La Manquita”.
Of the early years of Emperor Augustus, located in calle la Alcazabilla without number.
Very important: your visit and entry is free all year round.
From the square, we can see the stands adapted to the mountain.
As a backdrop we have the Alcazaba.
To its right the headquarters of the Malaga Film Festival.
Telecabbie recommends La Alvaroteca as one of the best restaurants in the province of Malaga.
Chef Alvaro will surprise you. His way of cooking is between tradition and modernity, a story told through the senses.
Flavors, aromas, textures, images … a sensory explosion.
El Pimpi is one of the most special places in the capital.
This is centrally located opposite the Roman Theater.
It is also located very close to the Alcazaba and the Picasso Museum.
Consequently, on its terrace you will enjoy the views of the monuments.
Moreover, inside the establishment you will see beautiful bullfighting paintings.
Very interesting are the many barrels signed.
Of course you will be amazed to see such famous firms!
In addition, their tapas are great and inexpensive.
They have a seasonal menu and an extensive list of local wines.