The Port of Malaga, 3,000 years old, has been a meeting point for the most diverse civilizations. Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Muslims and Catholics came to the capital, knowing its geographical and physical characteristics, as well as its strategic location, which serves as a link between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, not forgetting North Africa.

Already in the 21st century, the growth rate of the Port of Malaga has been accompanied by an important remodeling and expansion of its infrastructures and facilities.

After this remodeling the port of Malaga has been a lot more attractive for the visiting tourist and inhabitants of Malaga. The promenade is offering a wide range of all kind of types of restaurants, from fast food to exclusive. This is also the place where you can find country orrientated restaurant such as Greek, Italian, Argentinian etc. At he other side they have created a nice boulevard, where also the Aula Del Mar or Museo Alborania is located. This museum has exhibitions of the marine life of the Alboran Sea and aquariums with fish.

In the corner is the Centre Pompidou Málaga situated. The malagueña venue of the famous Parisian art museum in an underground gallery with a glass cube above it. Opening hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9:30 – 20:00 (including holidays)
Closed every Tuesday, January 1 and December 25. Consult by calling 951 926 200 the opening hours of public holidays and bridges.


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