Centre Pompidou Málaga
Opened in 2015 in the port, this offshoot of the Paris Pompidou Centre is housed in a low-slung modern building crowned by a playful...
A small aquarium in the port, which includes some hands-on exhibits for children, such as whale bones and sea urchins.
Playa de la Malagueta
Playa de la Malagueta is a sandy city beach that is handy to the city centre, has some excellent bars and restaurants close by, and...
Restaurante Antonio Martín
Right on the beach with a large sea-view terrace, this place is one of Málaga’s oldest restaurants. Antonio Martín rustles up some of...
Muelle Uno information
The city's long beleaguered port area underwent a radical rethink in 2013 and was redesigned to cater to the increase in cruise passengers to the city. Wide quayside walkways now embellish Muelle 1 and Muelle 2, which are lined by palm trees and backed by shops, restaurants, bars and a small aquarium, the Museo Alborania .