Cabin Type Rate
Request quote
Request quote
Request quote
Request quote
Please note, while prices and inclusions are accurate at time of loading they are subject to change due to changes in cruise line policies and pricing and due to currency fluctuations. Currency surcharges may apply. Please check details of price and inclusions at time of booking.

Cruise Description

LISBON, PORTUGAL
The capital of Portugal since its conquest from the Moors in 1147, Lisbon is a legendary city with over 20 centuries of history. Spreading out along the right bank of the Tagus, its downtown, the Baixa, is located in the 18th-century area around Rossio. The Alfama, one of the oldest quarters in Lisboa, still retains much of its original layout since it largely survived the earthquake of 1755.

PORTIMÃO, PORTUGAL
Portimao is the largest city in the western Algarve, and was traditionally a centre for sardine fishing and processing. It makes a great base from which to explore the entire western Algarve. Two of the more popular trips are Lagos and Silves. Lagos was the centre for Portugal's 14th century age of exploration and Silves served as the Algarve region's ancient capital and so the tourist attractions here reflect its rich and extensive history.

TANGIER, MOROCCO
Tangier was the real model for the famous American film «Casablanca» with Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. It still retains its faded mongrel charm - not entirely Moroccan, European or African but a heady mix of all three.

GIBRALTAR, BRITISH OVERSEAS TERRITORY
Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory and headland, on Spain's south coast. It's dominated by the Rock of Gibraltar, a 426m-high limestone ridge. The Cable Car is one of the ways to the Top of the Rock and a must-see attraction for all visitors to Gibraltar. The view is spectacular and you can watch the islands famous apes. A lesser known wildlife attraction are the dolphins leaping in the sparkling waters of Gibraltar Bay. Whole families of dolphins visit the bay and the chances of seeing them are good.

MOTRIL, SPAIN
The town of Motril is located in the Spanish region of Andalucia on the Costa Tropical. Nestling at the foothills of the Sierra Lujar mountains, the town's coastal strip includes two main beaches - the busy Playa Poniente, and the quieter Playa Granada.

PUERTO BANUS (MARBELLA), SPAIN
Located on the Costa del Sol of southeast Spain, Puerto Banus is a beautiful Mediterranean playground of white-washed buildings and a marina filled with yachts. The marina was developed in 1970 and over the past four decades has become adored by jet-setters around the globe for its beauty and simplicity. Famous for its prominent visitors, nightlife and luxury boutiques, this ‘Jewel of the Costa del Sol' is very much the place to see and be seen.

MALAGA, SPAIN
Malaga's fortress palace of the Alcazaba and the Castillo de Gibralfaro are splendid examples of Moorish architecture. But it is in Granada that you can see the most romantic and magnificent expression of the Arabesque style in the glorious Alhambra Palace.

MOTRIL, SPAIN
The town of Motril is located in the Spanish region of Andalucia on the Costa Tropical. Nestling at the foothills of the Sierra Lujar mountains, the town's coastal strip includes two main beaches - the busy Playa Poniente, and the quieter Playa Granada.

IBIZA - BALEARIC ISLANDS, SPAIN
Ibiza is a place where people hang out because, except for the medieval walls, you could almost think it was the Med's version of Key West. But away from the hustle of town, some lovely beaches await.

PALMA DE MALLORCA, MALLORCA - BALEARIC ISLANDS, SPAIN
Towering over the harbour, Palma's enormous Gothic cathedral is a powerful symbol of the religious fervour which gripped all of Spain shortly after the defeat of the Moors. Built by Jaume I, its vast open nave and soaring Gothic columns have been added to over the centuries. Behind the Cathedral, a maze of twisting streets leads to designer boutiques and open-air markets.

MAHON, MENORA - BALEARIC ISLANDS, SPAIN
Gracious Georgian buildings that climb the steep hills backing the Moll Ponent. Mahon's heritage also includes the invention of mayonnaise and the first distillation of gin from juniper berries.

BONIFACIO, CORSICA, FRANCE
Bonifacio's almost land-locked harbour is one of the most dramatic, totally protected harbours. It is a bustling port with excellent seafood restaurants, and a modern marina. The ancient citadel town is perched high atop a seemingly impenetrable cliff.

CIVITAVECCHIA (PORT FOR ROME), ITALY
St. Peter's, with its breathtaking Sistine Chapel, newly restored to its former glory- the Spanish Steps, where all Rome passes by- the Colosseum, where gladiators fought to the death, and the Pantheon, considered to be the most perfect architectural statement of the ages.

LIPARI - AEOLIAN ISLANDS, ITALY
Italy's seven volcanic Aeolian Islands, just off the north coast of Sicily, are obviously a place favored by the Gods. In Lipari, climb narrow streets to the medieval castello and enjoy a secluded beach. As Royal Clipper sails past Isola Strómboli, watch the sky for frequent volcanic fireworks.

MESSINA - SICILY, ITALY
Messina was a major transport hub for centuries and remains a gateway to the island of Sicily. Messina is home to one of Sicily’s finest cathedrals which has the largest and most complex mechanical and astronomical clock of the world. Make sure you try the lemon granita (shaved ice), or the famous mezza con panna al caffè, a half glass of coffee-flavoured granita and cream.

AMALFI, ITALY
During the Middle Ages, Amalfi was a powerful republic of 70,000 people, rivalling nearby Ravello. For a sense of Amalfi's medieval glory, wander through the grand Duomo, containing the remains of St. Andrew. In the evening we visit nearby Positano, said to be the most beautiful town in the Mediterranean.

SORRENTO, ITALY
Sorrento, whose city walls rise straight out of the sea, is located on the lovely Amalfi Coast and overlooks the Bay of Naples. Optional excursions might include taking a trip back in history to Pompeii, where the ashen remains of ancient Romans lie frozen in time.

PONZA - PONTINE ISLANDS, ITALY
The pastel houses of Ponza Town rise in neat terraced rows from the busy harbour where sleekly groomed yachts and ramshackle fishing boats moor side by side. Happily, there are few tourists here, so it's a delight to wander through the unspoiled town.

CIVITAVECCHIA (PORT FOR ROME), ITALY
St. Peter's, with its breathtaking Sistine Chapel, newly restored to its former glory- the Spanish Steps, where all Rome passes by- the Colosseum, where gladiators fought to the death, and the Pantheon, considered to be the most perfect architectural statement of the ages.

Cruise Itinerary

Date Activity Arrive Depart
19/04 Lisbon, Portugal
20/04 At sea - -
21/04 Portimao, Portugal
22/04 Tangier, Morocco
22/04 Gibraltar, United Kingdom
23/04 Gibraltar, United Kingdom
24/04 Motril, Spain
25/04 Puerto Banus, Costa del Sol, Spain
26/04 Malaga, Spain
27/04 Motril, Spain
28/04 At sea - -
29/04 Ibiza, Spain
30/04 Mallorca, Spain
01/05 Mahon, Menorca. SP
02/05 At sea - -
03/05 Bonifacio, Corsica. FR
04/05 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy
05/05 At sea - -
06/05 Lipari, Italy
07/05 Messina, Sicily. IT
08/05 Amalfi, Italy
09/05 Sorrento, Italy
10/05 Ponza, Italy
11/05 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy
Itinerary may vary by sailing date and itineraries may be changed at the cruise lines discretion. Please check itinerary details at time of booking and before booking other travel services such as airline tickets.

Available Sailing Dates