|Day||Spirit of Iberian Treasures|
|Day 1||Ship departs at 6am from Malaga in SPAIN|
|Day 2||At Sea|
|Day 3||We dock at 9am then depart again at 6pm at Vigo, Spain|
|Day 4||From 8am to 6pm we are then in Porto in Portugal|
|Day 5||8am to 5pm the ship moves around the coast to Lisbon|
|Day 6||10am to 7pm Cadiz – Spain|
|Day 7||From 8am to 6pm we are at Gibraltar|
|Day 8||Arrive back in Malaga at 6am|
The western Mediterranean Iberian Treasures cruise from Thomson takes in spectacular locations in Spain, Portugal and Gibraltar. You will visit destination that are both lively and romantic Prepare to be swept away by the beauty of the ship and the architecture of the countries you will be visiting.
Depart on your all inclusive Iberian Treasures cruise from sunny the Costa del Sol capital Malaga in Spain. Malaga is a major travel destination in the southern Spain. Each year, many tourists depart from here attracted by its charisma, impressive beaches and hot summer weather.
This gives you a chance to see for yourself how things work on the All Inclusive Cruise, Iberian Treasures, 24 hour dining, kids’ menus, drink and shows. Indeed a day at sea and you will see that cruises really does offer fantastic family holidays.
The stopover in Vigo may not be as famous as the other resorts in Spain like Granada, Seville the Costa’s but it is not any less exciting. On the contrary, cruises stopping in Vigo will have a host of popular attractions and a chance to discover and visit the Vigo historic attractions.
Your stop at Portugal’s second largest city, Oporto, known locally as Porto is a captivating blend of commercial character and traditional charm. Porto lies at the mouth of the Douro river and climbs up the rugged north bank. It is a fascinating place of contrast, where you can both dance the night away and absorb the culture in the old-fashioned side streets.
For heavy-duty shopping while on the Iberian Treasures at Lisbon, Portugal cruise stopover is the winner by far. The Baixa is the old-fashioned shopping area in Lisbon. Spilling on to its streets are Art Nouveau shopfronts selling everything from cheap leather to herbal therapies. Put your purse on high-spend alert and walk around the stylish Chiado area. Its stylish boulevards have got so many big-name designer houses they’re similar to high fashion catwalks.
Cadiz cruise ships dock a short distance from the city centre. Cadiz cruise passengers have easy access to a profusion of authentic cafes, bars and restaurants. Even the shortest of cruises to Cadiz allows time to explore the oldest neighbourhoods.
Gibraltar is a fun and easy to visit port that has lots to offer your penultimate Iberian Treasures stopover. While cleverly placed at the mouth of the Mediterranean Sea with a history of battles that dates back hundreds of years, it is its unique flavour that makes it so wonderful. All inclusive Gibraltar Cruise passengers will enjoy excellent Mediterranean summer weather.
Return to the city of Malaga which offers something for everyone. This will provide a good time to visit the citybefore you fly home or leave for the stay part of your Cruise and Stay. The climate is characterised by hot but dry summers, and about 325 sunny days per year.
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