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Mediterranean Cruise on AIDAcosma

2.000€ 2.495€ 20% off

About this cruise

Embark on a 15-day cruise adventure in the Mediterranean, starting from Palma on board the AIDAcosma ship. Discover captivating destinations in Spain, Gibraltar, Italy, and France during your journey.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (2.000€) 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
27/07/2024 - 10/08/2024 4.190€ 5.040€ 5.480€ -
10/08/2024 - 24/08/2024 3.880€ 4.800€ 5.310€ -
24/05/2025 - 07/06/2025 3.340€ 4.070€ 3.500€ 7.100€
02/08/2025 - 16/08/2025 4.050€ 5.090€ 4.340€ 8.810€
16/08/2025 - 30/08/2025 3.880€ 4.870€ 4.150€ -

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
27/07/2024 - 10/08/2024 4.990€ 6.080€ 6.510€ 10.320€
10/08/2024 - 24/08/2024 4.630€ 5.710€ 6.310€ 9.810€
24/05/2025 - 07/06/2025 4.000€ 4.850€ 5.590€ 8.410€
02/08/2025 - 16/08/2025 4.830€ 6.050€ 6.950€ 10.430€
16/08/2025 - 30/08/2025 4.630€ 5.800€ 6.660€ 9.990€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
27/07/2024 - 10/08/2024 4.990€ 6.610€ 7.040€ 10.320€
10/08/2024 - 24/08/2024 4.850€ 6.140€ 6.740€ 10.240€
24/05/2025 - 07/06/2025 4.300€ 5.150€ 5.890€ 8.710€
02/08/2025 - 16/08/2025 5.380€ 6.600€ 7.500€ 10.980€
16/08/2025 - 30/08/2025 5.180€ 6.350€ 7.210€ 10.540€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
24/05/2025 - 07/06/2025 4.740€ 5.440€ 6.180€ 12.120€
02/08/2025 - 16/08/2025 6.100€ 7.140€ 8.040€ 15.310€
16/08/2025 - 30/08/2025 5.890€ 6.890€ 7.750€ -

Cruise Route

Day 1: Palma (Mallorca), Balearic Islands. Departure time: 22:00. The port of Palma de Mallorca can accommodate eight cruise ships at the same time. These 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 or southwest quay. A shuttle service is offered, which costs around €9 per person. However, you can also reach the city center of the capital of the Balearic Islands by bus. Palma de Mallorca forms 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 in Mallorca also date back to that time. Life pulsates in Palma both on the shaded boulevard Passeig des Born and in the small a.

Day 2: Sea day.

Day 3: Gibraltar, Gibraltar. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 22:00. Duration of port stay: 14 hours. 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 Anglic.

Day 4: Málaga, Spain. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 11 hours. 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," nu.

Day 5: Cartagena, Spain. Arrival time: 10:00. Departure time: 20:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. The port city of Cartagena, located in the southeastern part of Spain on the Costa Calida, is perfect for a land 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.

Day 6: Ibiza (Balearic Islands), Spain. Arrival time: 13:00. Departure time: 19:00. Duration of port stay: 6 hours. 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 i.

Day 7: Barcelona, Spain. Arrival time: 06:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 12 hours. The city is a successful blend of tradition and modernity. Here you can find both historical buildings from the Middle Ages and modern architecture. Barcelona is considered the most important economic center of 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" you will find the Cathedral "La Seu" from the 13th century. However, the symbol of Barcelona is the church "Sagrada Familia", designed by Antonio Gaudí. Barcelona is bustling both during the day with business activities and at night with an active nightlife.

Day 8: Palma (Mallorca), Balearic Islands. Arrival time: 05:00. Departure time: 22:00. Duration of port stay: 17 hours. The port of Palma de Mallorca can accommodate eight cruise ships at the same time. These 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 or southwest quay. A shuttle service is offered, which costs around €9 per person. However, you can also reach the city center of the capital of the Balearic Islands by bus. Palma de Mallorca forms 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 in Mallorca also date back to that time. Life pulsates in Palma both on the shaded boulevard Passeig des Born and in the small a.

Day 9: Sea day.

Day 10: La Spezia, Italy. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 11 hours. The city of La Spezia, with approximately 110,000 inhabitants, is located on the green hills of Italy. The port city is bordered to the north by the steep mountains of the "Cinque Terre" and has beautiful beaches in the south near "Carrara". La Spezia is considered a modern port and industrial city and also has the charm of Art Nouveau. Palm trees and oleander trees characterize the cityscape. The c.

Day 11: Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 20:00. Duration of port stay: 12 hours. The Italian capital Rome is also called "the Eternal City", because the pulsating metropolis still harbors valuable, world-famous treasures from antiquity. The most important attractions of the city include the "Baths of Caracalla", the Imperial Forum, the Colosseum,.

Day 12: Ajaccio (Corsica), France. Arrival time: 09:30. Departure time: 23:00. Duration of port stay: 13 hours 30 minutes. The capital of the French island of Corsica and the "Département Corse-du-Sud" is surrounded by beautiful mountain landscapes, valleys, and villages, which invite you to take walks and excursions in the surrounding area. However, the city with its 59,300 inhabitants is not only a popular winter resort, but also known as the birthplace of Napoleon I, who was born on August 15, 1769 in a house on "Rue Saint Charles". Today, numerous streets, statues, and monuments still commemorate the famous son of the city. In the city hall, some impressive exhibits testify to the coronation of the former emperor. Attractions of the port city: In the church "Saint-Erasme," dedicated to the patron saint of sailors and adorned with ship models,.

Day 13: Sea day.

Day 14: Barcelona, Spain. Arrival time: 06:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 12 hours. The city is a successful blend of tradition and modernity. Here you can find both historical buildings from the Middle Ages and modern architecture. Barcelona is considered the most important economic center of 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" you will find the Cathedral "La Seu" from the 13th century. However, the symbol of Barcelona is the church "Sagrada Familia", designed by Antonio Gaudí. Barcelona is bustling both during the day with business activities and at night with an active nightlife.

Day 15: Palma (Mallorca), Balearic Islands. Arrival time: 05:00. The port of Palma de Mallorca can accommodate eight cruise ships at the same time. These 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 or southwest quay. A shuttle service is offered, which costs around €9 per person. However, you can also reach the city center of the capital of the Balearic Islands by bus. Palma de Mallorca forms 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 in Mallorca also date back to that time. Life pulsates in Palma both on the shaded boulevard Passeig des Born and in the small a.