The Spanish Sunsets is a Western Mediterranean Cruise and sails during the following:
|Day||Spirit of Iberia Itinerary|
|Day 1||Ship departs at 22:00 from Malaga in SPAIN|
|Day 2||At Sea|
|Day 3||We dock at 8am then depart again at 9pm at Palma Majorca|
|Day 4||From 8am to 6pm we are then in Barcelona|
|Day 5||8am to 5pm the ship is in the popular resort of Ibiza Town|
|Day 6||9am to 6pm Almeria – Spain|
|Day 7||From 9am to 7pm we are at Ceuta in Spain|
|Day 8||Arrive back in Malaga at 6pm|
The 7 day All Inclusive Spanish Sunsets Cruise will take in so many ‘must see’ Spanish resorts. Here is a quick run down of the locations and perhaps a few ideas for you to try while there.
This will give you the time to get a feel for the ship. Take the opportunity to experience new foods and meet new people and enjoy your time on this All Inclusive Mediterranean Cruise.
Your cruise stopover in Palma, Majorca gets you a fascinating city. There’s so many things to see and do, that it would be a pitty not to do some sightseeing on the day. One such way is with City Sightseeing Tours, which will leave right from the terminal building. The whole tour circuit lasts one and a half hours, however they operate a “Hop on Hop off” system, so you can visit many of the sites.
Today we cruise into the famous city of Barcelona. Smaller ships may dock right in the city at the inner harbour, which is the most advantageous place to be. Larger ships will dock in the outer harbour and will require a transfer into the main resort area. Taxis are readily available and reasonably priced. Take notice of the tower by the main building. This is actually a tram that can take you across the harbour to the beach, or up into the foothills for some of the museums.
Opposite to its status as club capital of Europe, an all inclusive cruise to Ibiza will take you to a beautiful, serene island with a charming history and lots to see. A growing number of ships stopover in Ibiza in summer. The all inclusive Spanish Sunsets cruise spends the evening and departs after dark. The old part of Ibiza town overlooking the port is spectacular at night when it’s all illuminated and evening is the best time to discover the town.
The Spanish Sunsets Cruises to Almeria present one of Europe’s sunniest cruise locations. An enjoyable city set on a wide bay at the base of the Sierra de Gador on the southern corner of Spain. Almeria remains refreshingly free of large-scale tourismdespite uncrowded beaches and a bright warm climate, and gives a familiarity of life in southern Spain than the tourist adapted resorts in the Costa del Sol.
The Spanish Sunsets Cruise stopover at Ceuta is known as the gate of Africa. This is a unique city, where you will see the mixed colours of two different seas, the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. The exotic scent of another continent, Africa is so close you can almost touch it. Ceuta is a special place, only 21 km away from the Costa del Sol, a beautiful place that you should will never forget.
We return to Malaga where you can begin your hotel stay if you have booked a Spanish Sunsets Cruise and Stay, or you depart and return home. While in Malaga you will have the chance to see the culture and the different life styles.
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