Málaga is an incomparable tourist destination, with excellent air and land communications and its location in the Mediterranean is privileged, which allows it to consolidate itself as the second Spanish port of the Peninsula in the traffic of tourist cruises, with a progressive annual growth.
These elements, together with the maritime terminals for cruise ships, make the Port of Malaga the basis of cruises of the utmost importance in the Mediterranean.
The Port of Málaga, located in the province of greater economic importance of Andalusia, is an important logistic hub connected by sea, land and air with the whole world. The more than 7,000 linear meters that form the berths of the docks of the Port of Malaga, allow to operate with all type of traffics.
Maritime station of Levante with terminals A and B of cruises, located in the zone of Levante, with two heights and two berths: one to the north and one to the south. At the terminals, special attention has been given to facilitating the operation of passenger and baggage supply and transit, complying with all the security requirements of the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (PBIP), making use of the most modern technology applied in This matter, both in the treatment of luggage and in the professional services provided to the passenger.
On the other hand, the new Palmeral Maritime Station, located in Pier 2 “Guadiaro – Palmeral de las Sorpresas”, for smaller cruise ships. Enjoy a unique setting, a 5-minute walk from the Malaga historic city center.
In Dock 3 “Canovas” is currently used for the passenger and goods service of the regular line with Ceuta and Melilla. In it is a mobile hydraulic gangway that connects directly with the Maritime Station, where passengers pass comfortably the controls of Police and Customs. It has cafeteria, restaurant, telephones, toilets, bank ATM, etc.
The Malaga International Airport connects with the main cities of the five continents.