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Mediterranean Cruise

3.528€

About this cruise

Embark on a 13-day Mediterranean cruise, starting from Cannes and sailing to Lisbon on the Royal Clipper ship. Discover enchanting destinations in France, Spain, Gibraltar, Morocco, and Portugal along the way.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (3.528€) 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
05/10/2024 - 17/10/2024 5.140€ 5.540€ 12.950€ 13.720€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
05/10/2024 - 17/10/2024 7.060€ 7.380€ 12.950€ 13.720€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
05/10/2024 - 17/10/2024 - 7.380€ 12.950€ 13.720€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Cannes, France. The city of Cannes, with its 70,000 residents, is located on the French Riviera in the south of France. Every year in mid-May, the world-famous Cannes Film Festival takes place here, attended by all the big names in the industry. Another highlight of the city is the magnificent promenade called "Boulevard de la Croisette," lined with palm trees and adorned with flowers. Due to the numerous festivals, regattas, races, flower parades, and many other spectacles, this Mediterranean city is also very popular as a tourist destination. Other attractions include the Lérins Islands of St. Marguerite and St. Hono.

Day 2: Bonifacio (Corsica), France. The island of Bonifacio, located at the southernmost tip of Corsica, overlooks the bay, other small islands, and cliffs. The architecture of the Middle Ages and the late French period is reflected in the cityscape of Bonifacio. The beaches and sea of the surrounding area of this Corsican port city are great for diving, swimming, or sailing. The historic old town and the nearby surroundings of Bonifacio are perfect for leisurely walks.

Sights: The "Marina," the upper town.

Day 3: Mahon (Menorca), Balearic Islands. The picturesque natural harbor of Mahón, located in the Mediterranean, became the island capital during the British occupation in 1722. From the main square "Plaça de l`Esplanada," through the pedestrian zone, one can reach the fish and vegetable market under the old cloister of a former monastery. From there, you have a magnificent view of the harbor of Mahón, which combines an English style with a Mediterranean atmosphere. Places of interest incl.

Day 4: Ibiza (Balearic Islands), Spain. Ibiza is the westernmost island of the Balearic Islands belonging to Spain in the western Mediterranean. Together with the southern island of Formentera and the smaller surrounding islets, it forms the so-called Pityusen group. Ibiza itself has a lot to offer: sun, sea, beautiful sandy beaches, magnificent landscapes, and the center of Ibiza Town with its beautiful old town and bustling life. In many parts of the island, the landscapes and old cultural monuments have preser.

Day 5: Sea day.

Day 6: Motril (Granada), Spain. The small town of Motril has had a small sugarcane industry since the 18th century, which is why it was also called "Little Cuba." It is one of the oldest settlements in Spain and was founded by the Phoenicians, but ruled by the Arabs for several centuries. The port is the most important one in the province of Granada. Places of interest: "Parque de los Pueblos de America," the "Santuario de Nuestra Senora de la.

Day 7: Málaga, Spain. Malaga was founded by the seafaring Phoenicians around the 8th century BC. Today, Malaga is a modern city with a significant commercial port, an airport, and a university. Additionally, the city benefits from a year-round ideal climate, making it one of the most important tourist destinations on the Iberian Peninsula. Points of interest include the Royal Palace "Alcazaba," built in the 11th century and equipped with an Archaeological Museum, the city`s cathedral, built around 1528, with charming chapels "Capilla Mayor" and "Capilla del Sagrado Corazón," numerous churches, Pablo Picasso`s birthplace, and the 18th-century buildings "Casa.

Day 8: Puerto Banus (Marbella), Spain. Puerto Banús is a luxurious marina located in Marbella, Spain. It is known for its glamorous atmosphere, high-end boutiques, and luxury yachts. With its stunning waterfront setting, Puerto Banús attracts visitors from around the world who come to enjoy the vibrant nightlife, beautiful beaches, and exclusive restaurants. It has become a hotspot for celebrities and wealthy in.

Day 9: Gibraltar, Gibraltar. The British city of Gibraltar is located south of the Spanish coast. The 27,300 inhabitants are protected by a heavily fortified military and trading port. The unique location of the peninsula, which connects the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, can be seen as a reason for this. The waterway, called the "Strait of Gibraltar," is 60 km long and 14 km wide at its narrowest point. Gibraltar has been a frequent battleground throughout history: conquered by the Spaniards in 1462, they had to cede the island to the British in 1704. As a result, Gibraltar was declared a British crown colony in 1830. However, Spain still claims ownership of the city and its bay. The city`s attractions include the Catholic Cathedral of St. Mary the Crowned, the Anglican Cathedral of Holy Trinity, the Gibraltar Museum, and the Governor`s Palace known as "The Convent," where.

Day 10: Tangier, Morocco. Tangier is a port and provincial capital on the North African coast and is known as the gateway to Africa. The old town of Tangier is manageable and consists of many narrow streets and shops where typical goods are sold. In addition, the Grand Socco square is worth seeing, which is considered the most important marketplace in the region and houses many tea houses. There you will also find Bab Fahs, the main gate of the city wall. The coastal ci.

Day 11: Cádiz, Spain. The southern Spanish coastal city in Andalusia has a commercial and a military port. It is connected to the mainland by a narrow, 9 km long isthmus and a bridge. The population totals 154,000 inhabitants. The city, founded around 1100 BC by the Phoenicians, is known for its medical school at the University of Seville, the Old Cathedral (13th and 16th centuries), and the New Cathedral, built in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Day 12: Sea day.

Day 13: Lisbon, Portugal. The white city by the sea, built on seven hills and surrounded by the natural harbor "Rio Tejo", was founded by the Phoenicians around the 9th-7th century BC. Today it is the capital of Portugal and also one of the oldest cities in Europe. Lisbon is rich in 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 nightlife. Attracti.