Boat Trips to Malaga

Luxury Boat Trips to Malaga. Get to know Malaga from the sea side at a sightseeing boat trip! During the boat tour, you’ll have wonderful views of the city. Enjoy the boat trip.

Malaga is one of Spain’s most laid-back destinations.

One Day Boat Excursions to Malaga

One day Excursions. Malaga is a beautiful city with a 15 km long beach, characterized by golden sand and very clear water. The port of Malaga is the second largest port in Spain. By the port stretches avenue of very good restaurants, where you can eat, among other things, fresh seafood and fish.  Gibralfaro Castle, which is located on a mountain with a height of 131 m above sea level, which can be seen exactly from the Port of Malaga, is a beautiful monument worth seeing.

Cruise Time: 8h

Length: 11.99 m
Beam: 4.20 m
Engine: 2 x 425HP Cummins QSB 6.7
Cabins: 2
Place to sleep: 4 + 2
Toilets: 2

Included: Skipper, fuel, drinks: still water, sparkling water, coca-cola, coca-cola light, fanta, beer, cava, white wine and snacks.

Price: 1650 €

Cruise Time: 12h

Length: 17.55 m
Beam: 4.50 m
Engine: 2 x 900HP MAN
Cabins: 3
Place to sleep: 6 + 2
Toilets: 2

Included: Skipper, fuel, drinks: still water, sparkling water, coca-cola, coca-cola light, fanta, beer, cava, white wine and snacks.

Price: 2900 €

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    Boat Trips to Malaga

    Malaga Facts You May Not Know

    1 While other Andalucian cities have their Alcazars, Malaga boasts not one but two Moorish castles.

    2 Malaga´s most famous son, Picasso, finally has a museum with his most personal works.

    3 A cemetery might seem a curious tourist highlight, but this one has a fascinating history.

    4 From Hollywood to Semana Santa, nice guy actor Antonio Banderas is loyal to his beloved Malaga.

    5 Art lovers will be spoilt for choice in Malaga.

    Best Time for Boat Trips to Malaga

    Malaga is blessed with a blissful Mediterranean climate. Malaga rarely gets cold, even in winter it is warm enough. Autumn and spring are the best times to go to Malaga. Here’re some travel tips you should read before book a flight to Malaga.

    Summers (June, July, August) are hot and dry, with changing humidity levels and winds. July and August can get really warm. Expect an occasional thunderstorm in August and rare rain spells in June and July. Carry light clothing like t-shirts, shorts, skirts… 

    Autumns in Malaga (September, October, November) marks a change in temperatures, with September having warm days, cooler late evenings and occasional rain-spells. October gets colder with autumn setting in, while November has more rain-spells.

    Malaga Port Cruising

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