Hotels near Malaga Port (Cruise & Ferry Terminal)

Hotels near Malaga Port - Cruise Ship Terminal

Malaga city and cruise port

Hotel Deals in Malaga

Malaga is located along Spain’s southern coast of the Mediterranean. It’s the
birthplace of Picasso and known as the capital of the Costa del Sol.
The region is a popular European tourist destination with
fantastic beaches and resort towns.

Cruise passengers disembark and embark at the large cruise terminal at
East Quay or at Quay number 2 “Guadiaro”, just outside the city centre.
From the eastern dock you can walk to Malaga city centre
in 20 or 25 minutes.


Oldest Port in Spain and the Mediterranean

The Port of Malaga is the oldest port, still operating, in Spain and the Mediterranean. It’s a busy port for container and intermodal freight transport, and well connected by rail from the Harbor Services Area with the Malaga Main Station. Malaga is a very popular port of call for cruise lines.

Cruise ships dock at East Quay or at Quay number 2 “Guadiaro”, which is located just outside the city centre. From the eastern dock (East Quay) you can walk to the city centre of Malaga in 20 or 25 minutes. Close to the pier is also a beach. The city boasts a variety of excellent hotels. Choose between low cost properties, cosy bed and breakfasts, self catering accommodation or luxury 5 star hotels. All places to stay are located close to the cruise ship terminals of Malaga in Spain.

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Sunset Malaga beach and city
Molina Lario
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Popular pre or post cruise hotel in Malaga Spain. Within close distance of the port terminal, shops and restaurants.

Benalmadena beach Malaga
Vincci Selección Posada del Patio
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City centre hotel with a rooftop swimming pool. Close to Cathedral and Picasso Museum.

Malaga city centre
Room Mate Larios
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Located in the commercial heart of Málaga in Spain, not far from the famous Picasso Museum and shopping.

Malaga Cruise Port in Spain
  • Visit the City of Malaga in Spain

    Malaga city centre boasts some ancient Moorish monuments. Visit Alcazaba, a Moorish castle from the 11th century which is next to a site with remnants of a Roman Theatre. It houses also an archaeological museum. In the heart of the city centre don’t miss Malaga Cathedral and the Buenavista Palace, the former residence of Picasso. Today it houses the Picasso Museum with valuable collections.

    The Cathedral of Malaga was built between 1528 and 1782 on the site of a former mosque. Another highlight of the city is La Malagueta, a bullring built between 1874 and 1876. Great shopping opportunities can be found around Larios Street.

  • Marbella, Mijas and Grenada

    Just outside Malaga is Marbella and the Andalusian town of Mijas with its lovely cobbled streets and beautiful whitewashed houses.

    The nearby pituresque city of Grenada is home to the Palace of Alhambra, the fortified royal residence and UNESCO heritage site. A perfect day out for the whole family is the Nerja Caves which are close by and are considered the most beautiful caves in Europe.

  • Cruiselines and Voyages

    Several cruise operators depart from Malaga in Spain. Cruiselines include MSC Cruises, Thomson Cruises, Royal Caribbean and Voyages of Antiquity.

    Itinearies include sailings around the Mediterranean, Canary Islands to Tenerife, to Northern and Western Europe (Southampton). Several transatlantic voyages also depart from the port to among Bridgetown in Barbados, Montego Bay in Jamaica, Santos (Sao Paulo) in Brazil and the Port of Miami in Florida.

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