The Port of Malaga is situated in the south of the Iberian Peninsula, on the southern coast of the Mediterranean, sheltered by a natural bay, at 4o 25’ W and 36o 43’ N. The dominant S and SE winds are generally low in speed. It has a flotation area of 7,095 hectares and a current land surface area of 1,150,884 square meters.
The port’s main activity is importation, where we can highlightthe bulks of clinker, cereals, cement and petroleum coke as the main unloaded products, and dolomite and olive oil as the main exported goods. Other traditional but equally important traffic in the Port of Málaga comprises cabotage traffic of general goods, vehicles and passengers, ferried by regular lines with Ceuta and Melilla.
A special mention must be made of tourist cruises traffic, since Málaga is the Iberian peninsula’s second most important cruise ship port, as shown by the regular presence of the world’s leading cruise lines.

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