Malaga, Spain: Cathedral and Cruise Port
Located on the south coast of Spain, Malaga is one of the world’s oldest cities…..dating back at least 3,000 years. Due to its mild climate and location, it is a popular vacation spot and many cruises stop here as well.
There are may churches in the city, but perhaps the most notable is the Cathedral of the Incarnation, not far from the cruise port. The Cathedreal has been given the nickname La Manquita (the one armed woman) because one of its two towers is unfinished. Click here for the official website including Mass times.
Click here for a video tour of the Cathedral.
Traveling to Malaga:
Many visitors arrive here by sea, as it is a major port for many cruise lines. The city is also served by rail and by air from many cities in Spain. The high-speed AVE trains take about 3 hours from Madrid to Malaga. Trains from Barcelona take about 6 hours.
Please note there is a small admission fee during the week….but Sunday Masses are free.
Address: Calle Molina Lario, 9, 29015 Málaga, Spain
GPS coordinates: 36° 43′ 12.7920” N, 4° 25′ 10.2720” W
Tel: +34 95 222 0345
There is no official website for the Cathedral, click here for the Malaga tourism website.