Muelle Uno (Pier One) at the port is a lively environment filled with outdoor restaurants and 50 shops ranging from boutiques to famous brands. On the other side of the waterfront promenade are sailboats tethered to the quay. They frame great views of historic Málaga. Then you will notice what appears to be a giant Rubik’s Cube. Below this 52.5 foot glass El Cubo is Centre Pompidou Málaga. The art museum opened in 2015 in association with the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. The eclectic collection consists of 80 contemporary works. They tend to be in the pop art and abstract genres. Temporary exhibits are also introduced throughout the year.