Puerto de Málaga
Puerto de Málaga
Malaga an incomparable tourist destination, with excellent air and land communications and a privileged location in the Mediterranean, has allowed the city to consolidate itself as the 2nd Spanish port in the Peninsula in terms of tourist cruise ships traffic, with a progressive annual growth. These elements, in addition to the sea terminals for cruise ships, make Malaga Port as the base for the most important cruise ships in the Mediterranean.
Malaga Port is found in the province of Andalusia with the biggest economy and is an important logistics hub connected by sea, land and air to the world. Over 7,000 linear metres of the mooring areas on the wharfs of Malaga Port allow it to operate all sorts of traffic.
Train arrivalThe passengers
Car arrivalThe road network makes Málaga Port one of Spain's places with the best connection to the Iberian Peninsula and the rest of Europe. The Port road access is on the "New Access to Malaga Port via Ronda Intermedia-San Andrés", which connects the outer roundabouts of Málaga Ring Road, on which the two national roads are found, A-7 (Barcelona-Cádiz) and A-45 (Córdoba-Málaga), which connect at Antequera with the A-92 motorway. Algeciras 90 minutes, Seville 2 hours, Córdoba 90 minutes and Granada 60 minutes; these are some of the closest cities by road.
Bus arrivalMálaga Bus Station is next to the María Zambrano Train Station. Access to Malaga Port by bus. Lines: 1 - 3 - 16 - 19 - 24
Daily regular line Málaga - Melilla: Acciona Transmediterránea S.A.
Services and infrastructure
- Accessible for handicapped
- Facilities for Disabled
- Rent a car
- Shopping area
- Shuttle Bus