3) MUELLE UNO.
2011 was also the year chosen for the opening of Muelle Uno, a space resulting from the renovation of a part of the Malaga port industry, which has become one of the most special commercials, leisure, and gastronomic areas in the city.
Not in vain, because of its privileged location by the sea, and its proximity to the city center, Muelle Uno offers one of the most beautiful panoramas in Malaga and is worth a walk around it at sunset. Perfumeries (Primor), clothing stores (Slora, Lacoste), shoe stores (Deichmann), and optical stores (Solvisión) are some of the businesses there, and they are complemented by the artisan markets that take over the area on many weekends.
The varied gastronomic offer is also worth mentioning, as it is interspersed between the classic franchises such as KFC, Burger King, or the only Hard Rock Café in the province, with genuine gems such as the Michelin starred José Carlos García restaurant or the modern Cambara, which specializes in rice dishes. The Centre Pompidou Malaga, the first branch of the famous Parisian museum outside France, deserves a whole new chapter. It opened in 2015 and has quickly become one of the icons of the “new Malaga.”
And if what we want is to live by the sea and enjoy its immensity, whether trying to spot dolphins or taking a relaxed catamaran ride with a glass of cava at sunset, Muelle Uno is also the headquarters of a multitude of companies dedicated to enjoying the charms of the Mediterranean.
– Muelle Uno: Paseo del Muelle Uno, 4. Tlf: 952 00 39 42.
– Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday, from 12:00 to 24:00 (it may vary depending on the store).
– Centre Pompidou Málaga: Pasaje Doctor Carrillo Casaux s/n. Tlf: 951 92 62 00) Monday and Wednesday to Sunday , from 12:00 to 24:00 (it may vary depending on the store).
– It has its own parking lot