Experience springtime in the Mediterranean on this cruise beginning on the Balearic Island of Mallorca, followed by a full day at sea to relax and unwind, giving you even more time to enjoy all the amenities of your ship.
Cruising the Strait of Gibraltar, step ashore to discover the wonderfully multicultural old quarter of Melilla, one of only two autonomous Spanish cities on the coast of Morocco, where the ancient stone walls of the waterfront rise majestically out of the sea.
On the Spanish mainland, explore the harbour town of Cartagena in the company of our expert local guide, take a gourmet tour with tapas and wine tasting, or visit the former La Unión mine, before being entertained by a traditional flamenco show.
Spain’s third largest city, Valencia holds an outstanding place in the nation’s architectural and cultural history. Join our guided tour of the city, or take a trip to the Albufera National Park and lagoon, a place of outstanding natural beauty. Alternatively, for those feeling more active, go it alone and explore on two wheels by booking our biking excursion.
Returning to the Balearics, enjoy some locally produced wine and cheeses on the picturesque island of Menorca, or take a guided hike through the diverse natural habitats of S’Albufera des Grau, followed by the peninsula of La Mola, where the 19th-century stone fortress is one of Menorca’s most important historic landmarks.
In Sicily, the UNESCO World Heritage Valley of the Temples is home to some of the oldest and best-preserved classical ruins in all of Italy. Explore the medieval old town of Agrigento, or visit the Archaeological Museum of San Nicola to learn more about these ancient ruins, hailed by the Classical Greek poet Pindar as, “the fairest city inhabited by mortals.”