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Glories Of Spain & Portugal | Cruises from Malaga, Spain to Lisbon, Portugal

Seville, built along the Guadalkivir river with several UNESCO classified monuments and a rich Moorish and Spanish heritage, Granada with her brilliant architectural jewels such as the Alhambra Palace, Jerez de la Frontera, an andalucian world famous for its architecture, sherry and fine horses, Ronda, birthplace of bull fighting, Gibraltar, a British outpost right in the South of Spain.



Day 1: Arrive meet and greet by our representative, transfer to the hotel.

Day 2: Transfer from the hotel to board the ship M/S PANORAMA II and depart from Malaga which is a port city on southern Spain’s Costal del Sol, known for its high- rise hotels and resorts jutting up from yellow-sand beaches. But looming over that modern skyline are the city’s 2 massive hilltop citadels, the Alcazaba and ruined Gibralfaro, remnants of Moorish rule, along with a soaring Renaissance cathedral, nicknamed La Manquita (“one-armed woman”) because one of its towers was curiously left unbuilt.

Day 3: Explore Motril, for Granada, Spain. Motril is a town and municipality on the Mediterranean coast in the province of Granada, Spain. It is the second largest town in the province of Granada on the Costa Tropical. Motril is of great agricultural importance and because of its sub-tropical climate specializes in fruits and vegetables grown in South America. The Motril landscape is dominate by greenhouses growing peppers, cucumbers, beans, tomatoes, avocado, pears and mangoes.

Day 4: Proceed to Port Banus, Ronda, Spain. It is a beautiful old town perched on a plateau in Spain’s mountains. Take a trip to ancient Seville or drive to Marbella and enjoy the famous marina of Puerto Banus. The Spanish port of Algeciras is about 12km by road to the west of Gibraltar. It has a rail terminal and regular trains run into the beautiful Andalucian countryside giving access to Ronda, Cordoba and Madrid.

Day 5: Travel to Gibraltar, it is a British Overseas Territory on the south coast of Spain known for the Rock of Gibraltar. Red pillar boxes, fish-and-chip shops and creaky 1970s seaside hotels.

Day 6: Proceed to Cadiz, Serville, Spain. Cadiz, believed to be one of the oldest cities in the world, is located in the region of Andalucia on Spain’s southern coast where it is flanked by the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Since many tourists flock to nearby Seville, the city of cadiz is one of Spain’s best-kept secrets. Located on a peninsula, it is a coastal, and a maze of ancient streets dating back to medieval times. Cadiz has glorious beaches and historical sites.

Day 7: Explore Jerez de la Frontera which is a city in the south of Spain near Serville (despite it belonging to the province of Cadiz) that every sherry lover should plan on visiting at least once. Even if sherry is not your particular favorite wine, it is very rare that one leaves Jerez without falling a little bit in love with this city. Jerez’s popular festivals such as the Jerez Flamenco Festival, the Jerez Horse Fair or the Jerez Sherry Festival.

Day 8: Proceed on to Portimao, Portugal. Portimao is a town and municipality in the district of Faro, in the Algarve region of southern Portugal. Portimao is the biggest town in the western Algarve and sits on the bank of the Arade rivers facing Ferragudo on the opposite bank. Portimao’s atlantic beach of Praia da Rocha has, over the years, become a resort in its own right with lots of hotels and apartments, restaurants and bars, discos and clubs and shops.

Day 9 & Day 10: After Portimao proceed to Lisbon, Portugal. Lisbon is Portugal’s capital and the hub of a multifaceted area that appeals to different tastes and senses. Lisbon is a coastal city known for its café culture and soulful Fado music. After enjoying the above places & islands disembark at Lisbon, Portugal and from there on transfer to the hotel, leisure for shopping and overnight at the hotel. Next day check out and proceed to the airport for the final destination.

The Category cabins are equipped with individual controlled A/C, piped music, TV (Satellite channels), telephone for internal use, mini safe box, mini fridge and hairdryer adapters (voltage:220 V).


  • Cruise Departure from Malaga Spain to Lisbon Portugal dates are:- May 2017:20. June 3, 17 July 1, 15, 29 August 12, 26 Sept 9,23, Oct 7,21.
  • The Cruise Cost Per Person Starting from: - Euros 2190 + 320 (Including Port Taxes).
  •  The Airfare fare (approximate) per person: - Rs: 57,500/- Bangalore – Paris – Malaga – Lisbon- Paris – Bangalore on Air France Airlines
  • The Hotel Accommodation per person on room per night (Std Double Room – Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Malaga) approximately Rs: 5060/-.
  • The Hotel Accommodation per person on room per night (Std Double Room – Radisson Blu Hotel Lisbon) approximately Rs: 7370/-




The above airfare and hotels are subject to availabilities.

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  • Submitted On : 08 Sep 2016
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