If sailing is a pleasure, docking at the Port of Malaga is a unique experience. Its modern facilities, the leisure opportunities at the pier and its location in the city center make it an excellent choice for sailing lovers. Do you still think the fun ends once your boat is moored? Here we suggest an alternative journey that will make you change your mind.
In the impressive presence of the Gibralfaro Castle, the port of the capital of the Costa del Sol not only is an exceptional starting point to sail the Mediterranean, but also to relax after an exciting trip. Dinner by the sea, going shopping or visiting museums are some of the proposals that it offers.
The calm waters of the Costa del Sol are ideal for sea sports or for placidly sail on board a yacht. In the surroundings of La Farola stands the Real Mediterranean Club of Malaga, a reference in the nautical sector in Spain.
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After the cruise, it is time for relax. A few steps from the moorings, you will find all kinds of restaurants, bars and ice cream parlours. Just pick a table with good views and enjoy the typical cuisine of Malaga or the most innovative culinary proposals.
Pier One also has a selection of stores for shopping fans and a varied program of entertainment activities. This area of the Port of Malaga is the privileged venue for concerts, exhibitions, festivals and craft markets.
Culture on the docks:
Once on land you still want to continue knowing the secrets hidden within the Mediterranean? Do not hesitate to approach the Alborania-Aula del Mar Museum. Its facilities in the Palmeral de las Sorpresas, invite you to discover the fauna and flora of the Andalusian coast, emphasizing the need to preserve the natural heritage.
Without leaving the harbor you can also visit the Centre Pompidou Malaga, with its collection of works of modern and contemporary art. You will find it easily. The exhibition area is located under a huge glass cube very close to the area of nautical vessels.