If April has been intense, May will maintain this high standard. Malaga port’s figures reflect that a total of 37 ships will berth, bringing around 83.000 passengers to the city. The figure will make the city surpass the barrier of the 250.000 travellers from the high seas in only five months.
It’s worth mentioning that the Culture, Tourism and Sport councillor, the other day evaluated the activity of the last four months and calculated that 183.448 cruisers arrived in Malaga on 82 ships, which means an increase of 32.62% compared to the same period last year. Only in April 37 ships sailed in, with 83.950 tourists, which means an increase of 68.09% and confirms Malaga as one of the most important tourist ports in Spain.
In this upcoming month of May, the days 6, 12 and 15 will be marked on the calendar as the ones with the most activity in the ports, as the arrival of three ships are scheduled in each one of these days. This mass arrival of tourists to Malaga has also meant more work for the different tourist information points around the city.