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About Malaga
Malaga is on the southern coast of Spain, in the region of Andalucia.

Places of interest include the Alcazaba fortification with it's lovely gardens, above here visit the ruins of an ancient Moorish fortress and military museum. The path is steep but Malaga's hop on/hop off bus tours stops here.

The Historical Quarter enables you to combine shopping with a visit to this historical area, with its many pedestrian thoroughfares.

The Museum of Glass and Crystal is the only one of its kind in Andalusia, visits are guided and the museum displays about 700 objects of glass and crystal, dating from Egyptian and Roman times to the present (closed Mondays).

Other museums include Museo Automovilistico De Malaga and Centro de Arte Contemporaneo de Malaga.

Alcazabais is a palatial fortification built in the 11th century. Adjacent to the entrance of the Alcazaba are ruins of a Roman theatre dating to the 1st century BC, which are undergoing restoration.

La Concepcion - Jardin Botanico-Historico de Malaga has miles of walkable trails and are also home to some ancient Roman statues, dating back to the first century.

The nearest sandy beach is about 200m walk away from the dock, heading towards the lighthouse.

Marbella and Granada are nearby and reached by both train and bus.

Tapas to suit all tastes can be found in the many cafes and restaurants.
Cruise Terminal
The Cruise Terminal is at the Eastern Dock, about a 25 minute walk from the City Centre.

Shuttle buses are available at a charge.
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