Travel to Malaga

Boarding a ferry to Malaga offers the chance to explore a city with so much to offer. There are infinite ways for you to enjoy the capital of the Costa del Sol - explore its historical centre and the modern port area, visit the many museums… and of course, sample some of its rich and varied cuisine.

What to see in Malaga

Malaga’s best kept secrets are found within the city centre and old town. For example, you could begin your visit to the city with a walk along its main boulevard and then continue on to Malaga park before heading over to see one of the city’s two main attractions: the La Malagueta bullring or the Alcazaba. Or why not even both? Lastly, don’t miss the opportunity to climb up Gibralfaro Castle.

What to do in Malaga

If you board the Baleària ferry to Malaga in your own car, take advantage of the chance to discover some of its least crowded and most natural beaches such as Maro, Cabopino, and Cantarrijan. If you would prefer to explore Montes de Malaga Natural Park and admire the panoramic views from its observation points, you won’t have to travel far, as the park is located less than 5 km from the city. While you’re there, don’t leave without sampling one of the area’s delicious dishes.

Finally, if Malaga has changed in any way, it’s in terms of its museums. Pompidou, Picasso, Carmen Thyssen… there are plenty for you to choose from!

How to reach Malaga

An easy way to travel to Malaga is on the route from Melilla to Malaga offered by Baleària. You can find all the information about timetables and everything you need to start planning your next trip to Malaga at this link .