Craving a palm-tree filled getaway packed with tons of sightseeing opportunities? Then satisfy your wanderlust this October with a 7-night trip across parts of Spain, Portugal and France.
Firstly, you’ll stop in Spain’s busiest fishing port Vigo, before making your way to Portugal’s vibrant capital Lisbon, and ending your journey in France’s seaside town Cherbourg.
And that’s only part of your holiday, the rest of your time will be spend onboard P&O Cruises’ grand vessel Azura. Relaxing is made easy onboard Azura with an adults-only area, a luxurious spa and four pools – your only worry will be deciding what you want to do first.
What’s more, this sailing is offering a unique opportunity to meet food extraordinaire, Atul Kochhar, who will be onboard for a Q&A session and a book signing.
This price is based on two people sharing an inside cabin on a Full Board basis. This means you can gauge on as much food as you like for no extra cost. However, please note this only applies to meals in the ship’s main dining rooms.
- Day 1 – Southampton, England
- Day 2 – At sea
- Day 3 – Vigo, Spain, arrive 9.00am, depart 3.00pm
- Day 4 – Lisbon, Portugal, arrive 8.59am, depart 6.00pm
- Day 5 – Oporto, arrive 9.00am, depart 3.00pm
- Day 6 – At sea
- Day 7 – Cherbourg, arrive 9.00am, depart 6.00pm
- Day 8 – Southampton, England
- 7 nights onboard Azura, in an inside cabin
- Full Board – all meals and onboard entertainment
Vigo may not be at the top of your travel itinerary, but just because its lesser-known compared to some of Spain’s more popular resorts, doesn’t mean there isn’t much going on here. In fact, Vigo has everything you could want from a city including a stunning terrain, friendly locals, a cafe culture and glorious beaches right on its doorstep. Plus, as Spain’s main fishing port, Vigo is home to some of the finest seafood restaurants.
Lisbon isn’t Portugal’s capital for no reason – this European gem is full of sightseeing opportunities and new experiences. Whether you come here to explore its historical landmarks or try out its cosmopolitan hangouts, Lisbon’s fascinating city scene lets you do both. And when you get bored with sightseeing, Lisbon also has some great shopping stops, which offer everything from air-conditioned malls to local markets and small boutiques.
Prices may change and cruises are subject to availability.
|Date:||21 October 2016|
|Cabin Type:||Inside Cabin|
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Quote Reference: CDD-2750 to find out more details.
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