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Portugal Lisbon


Spain Portimão Huelva


Gibraltar Tangier


Málaga Gibraltar Ceuta Morocco Motril Cartagena Valencia


T Castellón


MALAGA, SPAIN


Must see tourist attractions


• Picasso Museum • Cathedral • Gibralfaro Castle & Alcazaba • Roman Theater • Centre Pompidou Malaga


The Port of Málaga is located in a strategic area in Southern Europe, connecting with routes to the Atlantic and the Med, and as a Gateway to Andalusia Region. Its port facilities include berths for every cruise ship in the world and 3 cruise terminals: 2 of them in the Eastern area and 1 in the inner basin next to the Palm Grove waterfront, for smaller cruise ships, within 5 minutes walking distance from the City Centre. From 2017, the port supplies fuel to the ships, giving a new service to the companies. Moreover, the port is located 15 minutes away from Málaga International Airport, the 4th biggest in Spain with 133 connections to Europe. This makes Málaga, together with port facilities and hotel availability, an excellent choice as an international homeport.


Also, cruise ship passengers will love the capital of Costa del Sol, such a cultural, gastronomic, shopping, nautical sports and golf activities, among others. Half day and one day wide range of excursions: Mijas, Marbella, Ronda, the natural beauty spot Caminito del Rey or Antequera Dolmens Site, included in 2016 in UNESCO’s World Heritage List. As a Gateway to Andalusia Region, Málaga is close to Granada and the Alhambra, Córdoba and the Mosque, Seville and even Madrid in 2.5 hours by high speed train. Last report made in collaboration with Málaga University, which analyses the experience of the passenger in the port and the destination, emphasises the citizens hospitality, personal security as well as gastronomic and shopping offer of the city.


Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: no limit Width: no limit Draught: max 17mtr


Lenght: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.5mtr Anchorage Available:


Anchorageyes Available: yes


Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes


Ship Tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollar


idal movement/range: 0.87mtrd pull Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


Mailing Address Malagaport Muelle de Canovas, s/n 29001 Malaga Spain


E info@malagaport.eu Wwww.puertomalaga.com Wwww.malagaport.eu


Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth


Quays Total number of quays: 5 Total length of quays: unlimited Quay depth: 11-17mtr Passenger terminals: 3


Lenght: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.5mtr


Anchorage Available: yes Ship Tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


Distances/Transportation City centre: 5-20min Airport: 8km Free shuttle service to city: no


Other Contact Paulino Plata President Port Authority E presidencia@puertomalaga.com


José Moyano Director Port Authority E direccion@puertomalaga.com


Salvador Romero Chief of Exploitation Department


E explotacion@puertomalaga.com 47


Maximum Ship Dimensions for berth


Lenght: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.5mtr


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 510,682 Total cruise calls 2017: 299 Total cruise lines 2017: 33 Turnaround port? yes


Anchorage Available: yes Ship Tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0,4mtr


Main Contact Jesús Peña Planning Manager


E comercial@puertomalaga.com P +34 952 125 011 F +34 952 125 028


PORT FACTS


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