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Ferries Malaga

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
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The city of Malaga is the cultural and economic capital of the Costa del Sol in southern Spain. The Port of Malaga handles an ever-increasing traffic of goods, vehicles, and passengers.

Located in a natural bay, sheltered from all kinds of weather, the port welcomes more and more tourists from all over the world every year.  Its development is mainly focused on passenger, cruise, and cargo traffic.

The port is divided into two main areas, the Palmeras de Las Sorpresas and the Muelle Uno. These two areas have been rebuilt and modernized to cope with the flow of tourists that Malaga handles every year.

 The Palmeras de Las Sorpresas has restaurants, relaxation areas, children's play areas and a long promenade lined with palm trees.

Muelle Uno, on the other hand, is the area where all the yachts and ferries are moored. There are a number of restaurants, clubs, and bars where those disembarking from the ferries to Malaga can relax in the sun.

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There are two shipping companies providing connections to and from Malaga:


Naviera Armas

The two Spanish ferry companies, Balearia and Naviera Armas, guarantee a pleasant journey on comfortable and safe boats!

Due to its proximity to the African continent, the coast of Morocco can be easily reached by ferry from Malaga. Ferries from Malaga run regularly throughout the year to Melilla, a Spanish city, on the north-east coast of Morocco.

➡️ Malaga's ferry terminal is just a few minutes' walk from the city center and has all the main services such as cafés, restaurants, toilets, ATMs, and car parks.

Other services such as banks, pharmacies, supermarkets, shops, and hotels are also within easy reach. Are you ready to go? If you want to arrive in Spain without any worries, then ferries to Malaga are the solution for you!

Malaga ferries About Malaga

Malaga, the birthplace of Picasso, has seen a remarkable increase in tourism in recent decades and is now one of the most visited cities in the Spanish region of Andalusia.

Malaga is truly a perfect destination for everyone, offering natural beauty and dreamy beaches as well as museums, architectural wonders and a rich culture.

🖌️ The city's attractions include the Cathedral of the Incarnation and the ruins of the Roman Theatre. One attraction you won't want to miss is the Picasso Museum in Malaga, located in the Buenavista Palace in the city center. Inside, you can see more than 200 of the artist's works.

Also make sure you visit the Atarazanas central market in the old town, where you can sample a variety of Andalusian culinary specialities – a must!

Malaga's most impressive monuments, however, are the Alcazaba and Gibralfaro, beautiful remnants of the Moorish era; from the top of the fortress you can enjoy spectacular views of the city and the Mediterranean.

For a pleasant break, take a stroll through the beautiful La Concepción Botanical Garden, where you can discover more than 2,000 species of plants along thematic trails.

🏞️ If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, the Montes de Málaga Nature Reserve is the ideal place for walking and hiking.

How to reach the boarding:

Address: Recinto del Puerto, Estación Marítima, Local E-8, 19001 Malaga

GPS Coordinates: 336°42'57.7”N 4°25'09.8”W

The Malaga Ferry Terminal is accessible via the N-340 and MA-22 roads and is located a few meters from the “Muelle Heredia” bus station. The “Center Alameda” train station is only a 10-minute walk from the port and can be easily reached on foot. Malaga airport is just over 10 km away and can be reached in about 20 minutes by car. There are cabs and various connections to the nearby cities of Motril, Granada, Córdoba, Seville, and Algeciras.

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