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There are some cool shops and stalls on the marina. The marina itself has lots of working boats. Good for families as there are boat trips etc. Limited for adults as there are not the fancy boats docked that I expected to see. The roads...More
Took a bit of finding, but right by the big wheel.
We did not buy anything from the shops, but settled in a great al fresco bar for gin and tonics, and very pleasant staff, say stop when they are pouring.
This is a great area just to walk around or lounge on the beach. There is a parade of shops, restaurant and boats that you can take a trip around the bay. We actually went on a boat trip, had a tapas and drinks, walked...More
There is a lot of restaurants and cafes around the harbour area. It’s nice to sit down and have a cup of coffee or a cold drink. There can be some huge yachts and sailboats in the harbour so it’s nice to watch those also.
This area is visually stunning and very clean. There are boats to look at, and shops to investigate. The day that I was there there were many many fish in the water, and locals feeding them bread, which was an amazing sight as the fish...More
Maybe because harbours remind me of the time I used to row in the sea...walk around and just watch the boats and enjoy the completely calm water and the light air...
This harbour is a little touristic and you will see small and huge yachts...More
The harbour is only a lovely 15 minute stroll from the Molina Lario Hotel through a gorgeous tropical garden that was planted around 1860. The harbour has a good selection of shops and some really good market stalls and lots of good restaurants. The harbour...More
It's been decent when we've been in March over the last few years, not scorching, obviously, but getting warmer, in terms of Spanish temperatures. It can be a bit breezy, & there's a higher chance of a shower - but they... More
It's been decent when we've been in March over the last few years, not scorching, obviously, but getting warmer, in terms of Spanish temperatures. It can be a bit breezy, & there's a higher chance of a shower - but they don't seem to last long! but it's warmer than the UK at the same time of year.
'Though if you do decide to go, look how the locals dress, they tend to dress how we would for winter!!! So it's generally easy to spot us British - we're in short's & t-shirts!!!
Response from Chantelle C | Reviewed this property |
there is a few places near the port you can park and near the ferry port im sure i seen one! it would maybe a good idea to email malagas information center which is near the port they may be able to give you a location