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Cruises out of Malaga

Cruises Departing From Malaga

Malaga is a cosmopolitan city with an unforgettable atmosphere, stunning architecture, and interesting museums. All thanks to its location because it is the sun-soaked coast of southern Spain. This port of call has plenty of things to do during the day as well as at night, but at night, you can set new opportunities and enjoy thrilling music, nightclubs, and bars. This thriving port offers a wide range of tourist attractions and exciting things to do. Here, you can stroll along the modern waterfront and local streets and taste locally grown food, whitewashed stone buildings, and UNESCO World Heritage Site.  

However, this port is not only for history buffs; Malaga is the birthplace of the great artist Pablo Picasso, so it is also well-known among art lovers. There is the Picasso Museum, which is well worth visiting. See all of this and more when you’re cruising from Malaga in 2024. Featured below are some famous ports of call from the cruisers that sail out from Malaga.  

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3 Nights | Western Mediterranean | MSC Cruises | MSC Poesia

3 Nights | Western Mediterranean | MSC Cruises | MSC Poesia
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17 Nights | South America | MSC Cruises | MSC Grandiosa

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Malaga Santos

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Malaga | Funchal | Santa Cruz de Tenerife | Maceio | Salvador | Rio De Janeiro | Illhabela | Santos **

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  • Interior $626.05
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10 Nights | Europe | Costa Cruises | Costa Fascinosa

10 Nights | Europe | Costa Cruises | Costa Fascinosa
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9 Nights | Western Mediterranean | MSC Cruises | MSC Orchestra

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Malaga Barcelona

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Malaga | Cadiz | Lisbon | Alicante | MAHN | Olbia | Genoa | Marseille | Barcelona **

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10 Nights | Western Mediterranean | MSC Cruises | MSC Orchestra

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Malaga Malaga

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Malaga | Cadiz | Lisbon | Alicante | MAHN | Olbia | Genoa | Marseille | Malaga **

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  • Interior $1,119.00
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Famous Ports of Call from Malaga

Cadiz : Cadiz lies in the southern Spain. It is one of the famous ports of call from Malaga to travel in Spain. This port will give you the vibes of the only sea with an empty coastline on both sides. You can take a 5-minute walk to reach the city center and start exploring your port. Some cruises stop here for approximately 8 hours. You can explore it by picking up a local map from the cruise terminal, hiring a guide, or even enrolling yourself in those small group walking tours. Some mind-blowing stuff you can do in 8 hours is learning about the castles, bastions, medieval district, its constitution, and not to forget Puerta de Tierra. However, you will come across various tourist attractions while you are walking around the streets, such as Plaza Catedral, the famous 16th-century square - Plaza de San Juan de Dios, La Caleta Beach, Roman Theatre, and many more places.  

Alicante : This Mediterranean seaport is situated on the Costa Blanca. It is more famous as a resort destination with a beautiful harbor, beaches, castle, fortress, shops, cafes, and restaurants along the sea. Try Alicante’s out-of-the-world cuisine, which is a classic heritage mixture of Mediterranean seafood and regional rice dishes, which is cooked in hundreds of different ways. You can even explore the town on your own foot and go to some famous attractions like Alicante beach, casino, Castle of Santa Barbara, the famous Alicante Provincial Archaeological Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art. In case you don’t want to take a walk, take a shuttle bus service or get on the hop on/off the bus from the terminal.  

Mahon : Mahon is located on the west side of the Mediterranean, in the Balearic Sea, in Spain. It is also known as Mao-Mahon and is one of the largest natural harbors in the world. Just like other Mediterranean islands, this place also has clear water, a rich history, and several tourist attractions. Here, you can find the white house clinging to its rocky coastline, making it a beautiful harbor. Even the Parish church of Santa Maria is an 18th-century charm and an example of Mahon’s religious architecture. You can take the hop-on and hop-off buses or shuttle buses, or, best, you can rent a car to explore this beautiful and natural long bay.  

Casablanca : Casablanca is the main port of Morocco that, lies on the northwest corner of Africa. The Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Sea border it. The cruise ship docking and the city center are just a few meters away and are easily accessible by foot. Casablanca also has an artificial port, which is the largest in the world. Here, you can explore the Hassan II Mosque, a French Michel Pineau, and Old Medina to experience some Moorish architecture. You can even try out some street shopping and enjoy watching the locals and interacting with them.  

Savona : Savona is famous as a seaport city. It is in the Liguria region of Northwestern Italy. This port is one of the most important ports of call when you cruise from Malaga in 2024. Here, you can explore the nearby villages and head towards Genoa, which is around 40 km away. Explore the beaches, architecture, and seafood of Savona. You can go to other cities like Rome, Venice, Turin, Milan, and Genoa from Malaga. 

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Frequently Asked Questions about Cruise from Malaga in 2024

Yes, Malaga is a walkable-friendly city.

The famous food is churros with warm chocolate, Gazpacho, Paella, Figs, and tartar Malaguena.

Yes, cruise ships dock in Malaga. It has three cruise terminals – Terminal A, Terminal B, and the Palm Grove Terminal.

A 10 to 15-minute walk from the cruise terminal to the city center of Malaga.
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