The oldest continuously-operated port in Spain? Why not! The Port of Málaga takes that title, a bustling area of land, sea and trade since way back when. Despite its history (or maybe because of it), the port was looking a little worse for wear as the 20th century became the 21st, but a massive influx of investment in 2013 saw it given a whole new lease of life. The trade remains, but it has now been embellished with long walkways and lines of cafes, bars and restaurants, bring the port into the everyday lives of Malagueños citywide.