Cruising from Catalonia to Andalucia30th Oct 2024

Cruising from Catalonia to Andalucia



Exploring Spanish delights


Few parts of the world can offer the rich variety of remains than Eastern Spain. Cruising down the coast, we encounter some of the world’s most famous modern artists, including Picasso in his hometown of Malaga, as well as one of the most famous expressions of modern architecture, Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. Underpinning these contemporary masterpieces is a rich ancient history comprised of a number of different peoples, from the Phoenicians and Iberians to Greeks and Romans. In this tour, we explore the remains of these antique populations, from the impressive Iberian remains in Ullastret, to the Greek and Phoenician artefacts in the wonderful museum of Malaga and the extensive Roman remains found in Empuries, as well as Tarragona. In addition to these ancient wonders, we have the opportunity to view such jewels as the inimitable Alhambra and the impressive Alcazaba in Malaga, which bear witness to the centuries old Muslim culture which bore fruit in Andalucia. This cruise is made all the more pleasurable by the fact that it is facilitated by the superb ship, MV La Belle des Océans with its comfortable cabins and delightful deck.


10 Days



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    What to Expect

    ·        Wonder at the glorious site of the Alhambra, an unparalleled jewel of Andalucian architecture

    ·        Explore the colourful city of Malaga with its rich ancient roots and Arabic history

    ·        Examine the important ruins of the Greek city of Empuries

    ·        Immerse yourself in the extensive Roman remains of the Tarragona

    Day by Day Itinerary


    Meet the group at our hotel in Barcelona. Time permitting we have an orientation walk around the city. Exploring the ancient roots of this Catalonian city, we will walk near the Cathedral square to admire the remnants of the ancient aqueduct which fed the Roman colony of Barcino. Built in the 1st century BC, it was in use for nearly 1,000 years. We proceed a short distance to view the remains of the wall which surrounded the city until the medieval period.

    Meals includedDinner

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