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AIDAstella Mediterranean Cruise from Palma with visits to Spain and Portugal for 12 days

1.655€ 1.990€ 17% off

About this cruise

Embark on a 12-day cruise adventure in the Mediterranean, setting sail from Palma aboard the AIDAstella ship. During your journey, you will have the opportunity to explore various captivating destinations in Spain and Portugal.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (1.655€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

All prices presented on this website are approximate and do not constitute a public offer. For precise price information, please contact the service provider.

Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
16/06/2024 - 27/06/2024 2.900€ 3.680€ 3.990€ -
28/07/2024 - 08/08/2024 3.320€ 4.220€ 4.570€ -
08/09/2024 - 19/09/2024 2.900€ 3.680€ 3.990€ -
08/06/2025 - 19/06/2025 2.780€ 3.600€ 4.170€ -
20/07/2025 - 31/07/2025 3.200€ 4.140€ 4.790€ -
31/08/2025 - 11/09/2025 2.840€ 3.670€ 4.250€ -

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
05/05/2024 - 16/05/2024 3.490€ 4.210€ 4.550€ 6.520€
16/06/2024 - 27/06/2024 3.490€ 4.410€ 4.770€ 6.850€
28/07/2024 - 08/08/2024 3.980€ 5.040€ 5.450€ 7.840€
08/09/2024 - 19/09/2024 3.490€ 4.410€ 4.770€ 6.850€
08/06/2025 - 19/06/2025 3.310€ 4.270€ 4.940€ 6.890€
20/07/2025 - 31/07/2025 3.800€ 4.910€ 5.680€ 7.930€
31/08/2025 - 11/09/2025 3.370€ 4.350€ 5.030€ 7.020€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
05/05/2024 - 16/05/2024 3.580€ 4.300€ 4.640€ 6.610€
16/06/2024 - 27/06/2024 3.710€ 4.630€ 4.990€ 7.070€
28/07/2024 - 08/08/2024 4.370€ 5.430€ 5.840€ 8.230€
08/09/2024 - 19/09/2024 3.710€ 4.630€ 4.990€ 7.070€
08/06/2025 - 19/06/2025 3.600€ 4.560€ 5.230€ 7.180€
20/07/2025 - 31/07/2025 4.220€ 5.330€ 6.100€ 8.350€
31/08/2025 - 11/09/2025 3.660€ 4.640€ 5.320€ 7.310€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
05/05/2024 - 16/05/2024 3.670€ 4.390€ 4.730€ 6.700€
16/06/2024 - 27/06/2024 3.920€ 4.840€ 5.200€ 7.280€
28/07/2024 - 08/08/2024 4.760€ 5.820€ 5.840€ 8.620€
08/09/2024 - 19/09/2024 3.920€ 4.840€ 5.200€ 7.280€
08/06/2025 - 19/06/2025 3.880€ 4.840€ 5.510€ 7.460€
20/07/2025 - 31/07/2025 4.640€ 5.750€ 6.520€ 8.770€
31/08/2025 - 11/09/2025 3.940€ 4.920€ 5.600€ 7.590€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Palma (Mallorca), Balearic Islands. Departure time: 22:00. The port of Palma de Mallorca can accommodate eight cruise ships simultaneously. They can dock at the northwest or southwest quays as well as the west mole. The city center is about 6 to 7 km away from the west mole and about 5 km from the northwest or southwest quay. A shuttle service is offered, costing around €9 per person. However, buses also provide access to the center of the capital of the Balearic Islands. Palma de Mallorca is an economic and cultural center of Mallorca. In the 13th and 14th centuries, the city developed into an important trading center in the western Mediterranean region. Trade brought the city wealth and prestige. Most of the major historical buildings on Mallorca date back to this time. Life pulsates in Palma both on the shaded boulevard Passeig des Born and in the narrow streets of the old town. Palma, as a modern city, has a particularly attractive city center with a remarkable cathedral, "la Seu," with its Gothic towers, the palace "Almudaina" - the former residence of the Mallorcan royal family, and the stock exchange "La Llotja." The locals also enjoy using the market hall "Mercat Olivar."

Day 2: Sea day.

Day 3: Málaga, Spain. Arrival time: 08:30. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 9 hours 30 minutes. Málaga was founded around the 8th century BC by the seafaring Phoenicians. Today, it is a modern city with a major trading port, an airport, and a university. The city boasts an optimal climate all year round, making it one of the most important holiday destinations on the Iberian Peninsula. Highlights include the 11th-century Alcazaba palace with its Archaeological Museum, the city`s cathedral built around 1528, numerous churches, Pablo Picasso`s birthplace, and 18th-century architectural wonders such as Casa del Cosulado, Palacio de la Aduana, and Casa Palacio del Marques de Valdeflores. Visitors can also enjoy the park areas of Puerta Oscura, de Ricasso, and de Pedro Luis Alonso.

Day 4: Cádiz, Spain. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. The southern Spanish coastal city in Andalusia has a commercial and a naval port. It is connected to the mainland by a narrow, 9 km long strip of land and a bridge. The population is 154,000. Key attractions of the city, founded by the Phoenicians around 1100 BC, include the medical faculty of the University of Seville, the Old Cathedral (13th and 16th century), and the New Cathedral, built in the 18th/19th century. Historically, Cádiz gained significant importance as the starting point of Spain`s West Indies voyages.

Day 5: Arrival time: 14:30. Lisbon, Portugal. The white city by the sea, built on seven hills and framed by the natural harbor of the "Rio Tejo," was founded by the Phoenicians around the 9th-7th century BC. Today, it is the capital of Portugal and one of the oldest cities in Europe. Lisbon is rich in architectural monuments. In addition, the Portuguese capital offers a diverse and interesting cultural scene with theater performances, concerts, and exhibitions. The "Bairro Alto" (Upper Town) is known for its nightly entertainment options. Attractions: "Jerónimos" Monastery, "Belém" Tower, Monument of the Discoveries, "Comércio" Square, "São Jorge" Castle, "Baixa Pombalina."

Day 6: Lisbon, Portugal. Departure time: 16:00. The white city by the sea, built on seven hills and framed by the natural harbor of the "Rio Tejo," was founded by the Phoenicians around the 9th-7th century BC. Today, it is the capital of Portugal and one of the oldest cities in Europe. Lisbon is rich in historical landmarks. In addition, the Portuguese capital offers a diverse and interesting cultural scene with theater performances, concerts, and exhibitions. The "Bairro Alto" (Upper Town) is known for its nightlife options. Attractions include the "Jerónimos" monastery, the Tower of "Belém," the Monument of the Discoveries, "Comércio" Square, "São Jorge" Castle, and "Baixa Pombalina."

Day 7: Sea day.

Day 8: Cartagena, Spain. Arrival time: 10:00. Departure time: 17:00. Duration of port visit: 7 hours. The port city of Cartagena, located in the southeast of Spain on the Costa Calida, is perfect for a shore excursion. The architecture reflects the Roman era in the cityscape. The ancient Roman theater, the Art Nouveau Town Hall, and the Grand Hotel are among the main attractions. The cozy old town with its unique charm, many restaurants, and shops invites you to linger.

Day 9: Valencia, Spain. Arrival time: 09:00. Departure time: 17:00. Duration of port visit: 8 hours. Located on the east coast of Spain, Valencia was founded by the Romans and later occupied by the Moors before being reclaimed by the Christians. The old town is home to many notable buildings, such as the Cathedral, dating back to 1262, whose bell tower is Valencia`s symbol, or the Church of Santa Catalina. The well-preserved towers of the medieval city walls can also be visited. For relaxation, take a ride on the modern tram to one of Valencia`s numerous beaches. Sightseeing highlights: Cathedral, Basilica de la Virgen de los Desamparados, Imperial Monastery, San Nicolas Church, San Martin Church, La Lonja de la Seda, Town Hall, Central Market, Mercado de Colon, Estacion del Norte, Jardines del Turia, Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias.

Day 10: Barcelona, Spain. Arrival time: 09:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 9 hours. The city is a successful blend of tradition and modernity. It offers both historical buildings from the Middle Ages and modern architecture. Barcelona is considered the most important economic center in Catalonia. In terms of culture, the Mediterranean metropolis has a lot to offer, including the Picasso Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and the National Art Museum of Catalonia. In the Gothic Old Town "Barri Gotic" is the Cathedral "La Seu" from the 13th century. However, the emblem of Barcelona is the church "Sagrada Familia", designed by Antonio Gaudí. Barcelona has a bustling daytime business scene as well as an active nightlife. Another attraction is the "Rambles", the magnificent promenade located in the center, with numerous street cafes, shops, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Furthermore, one must not miss "El Puerto", the harbor with beautiful views of Barcelona and the nearby boulevard "Paseo de Colón".

Day 11: Mahon (Menorca), Balearic Islands. Arrival time: 09:00. Departure time: 19:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. The picturesque natural harbor of Mahon, located in the Mediterranean, became the island`s capital during the British occupation in 1722. From the main square "Placa de Esplanada," you can stroll through the pedestrian zone to the fish and vegetable market beneath the old cloister of a former monastery. From there, you can enjoy a magnificent view of the English style harbor of Mahon, which also exudes a Mediterranean atmosphere. Points of interest: The city gate "Pont de Sant Roc," built around 1500 and serving as a medieval city wall.

Day 12: Palma (Mallorca), Balearic Islands. Arrival time: 05:00. The port of Palma de Mallorca can accommodate up to eight cruise ships simultaneously. They can dock at the northwest or southwest quays, as well as the West Pier. The city center is located about 6 to 7 km from the West Pier and about 5 km from the northwest and southwest quays. A shuttle service is available, costing around 9€ per person. However, buses also provide transportation to the center of the Balearic capital. Palma de Mallorca is an economic and cultural center of Mallorca. In the 13th and 14th centuries, the city became an important trading center in the western Mediterranean. Trade brought the city wealth and prestige. Most of Mallorca`s major historical buildings date back to this period. Life thrives in Palma, both on the shaded boulevard of Passeig des Born and in the narrow streets of the Old Town. Palma has a modern city center with attractions such as the impressive Cathedral "La Seu" with its Gothic towers, the palace "Almudaina" - the former residence of the Mallorcan royal family, and the stock exchange "La Llotja". The locals also enjoy the market hall "Mercat Olivar".