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Western Med. (Malaga)

Western Mediterranean Cruise From Malaga


 

 Itinerary

 Day        Port of Call   
   
 Day 1   Malaga, Spain                     5:00 PM   
 Day 2   Valencia, Spain                  12:00 PM  8:00 PM  Docked  
 Day 3   Cruising     
 Day 4   Rome (civitavecchia), Italy    7:00 AM  7:00 PM  Docked  
 Day 5   Florence, Italy                     7:00 AM  7:00 PM  Docked  
 Day 6   Ajaccio, Corsica                    8:00 AM  5:00 PM  Docked  
 Day 7  Cruising     
 Day 8   Malaga, Spain                      6:00 AM 

Highlights

Malaga, Spain
A bustling coastal city and the capital of Costa del Sol, Málaga is the second largest port in Spain. One of the most interesting places to explore is the old historic quarter, which dates back nearly 800 years. The birthplace of Pablo Picasso, Málaga boasts miles of beautiful beaches, picturesque gardens and fantastic weather. 

Valencia, Spain
Marvel at the collision of old-world charm and modern architectural genius in Valencia - Spain's gateway to the Mediterranean. Among the baroque cathedrals, bustling plazas and engineering masterpieces, you'll find friendly locals, inspired artists and a rich cultural heritage. 

Rome (civitavecchia), Italy
Civitavecchia is the gateway to all the magnificence of the ancient city of Rome. Whether it's the Forum, the Sistine Chapel, the Pantheon or St. Peter's Basilica that sparks your interest and intellect, Rome is home to a lifetime's worth of historical, architectural and spiritual sites. Depending on traffic, the drive from Civitavecchia to Rome takes approximately an hour and a half. 

Florence, Italy
Livorno, in the Tuscan region of Italy, is ideally located for exploring some of the most beautiful cities in Italy, including Florence and Pisa. Florence is most noted as the birthplace of the Renaissance. Highlights include impressive piazzas and an incomparable 15th-century skyline - sure to offer charm and an unforgettable experience to any visitor. 

Ajaccio, Corsica
Renowned as Napoleon's birthplace, Ajaccio's many squares and plazas pay homage to the conqueror who never returned home. Located along Corsica's west coast, Ajaccio is a short drive away from hospitable beaches, soaring mountains and unforgettable gorges. Visitors to the town can walk along the quaint streets, stroll along its waterfront promenade or venture out of town to enjoy the island's natural beauty.