The port of Malaga is situated in the city of Malaga, Spain. It lies on the Costa del Sol (Coast of the Sun) and boasts the oldest continuously-operated port in Spain and the Mediterranean area.
The wonderful sub-tropical Mediterranean climate in Malaga means that the warm summer is drawn out for eight months between April and November, and temperatures between December and March rarely drop below 17 degrees in the daytime.
Some popular sights in the area include the birth place and Museum of Pablo Picasso. Malaga also has a very modern part of the city with very classy buildings and parks, but again it also has some slightly older sights to see, reachable by car, bus and train. Malaga is the perfect place for a relaxing cruise stop, either giving you the suns wonderful rays or the interests and wonders of the city.