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  • MSC Orchestra 
  • Malaga round trip. 
  • 10 Nights
  • 4 September, 14 September, 24 September 2024 
  • From £1,519 per person 

Price correct at time of publication 18.06.24

Embark: Malaga, Spain 

Days 2: Cadiz, Spain

Day 3: Lisbon, Portugal 

Day 4: At Sea

Day 5: Alicante, Spain  

Day 6: Mahon, Spain

Day 7: Olbia, Italy 

Day 8: Genoa Italy 

Day 9: Marseille, France 

Day 10: At Sea 

Disembark: Malaga, Spain 


Day 1


Malaga city, bordered by the Mediterranean sea, is located in the South of Spain in the Andalucia region and in an area that is also known as Costa del Sol.
It is the 5th largest city in Spain with its population of about 600,000 people, and is both a modern business centre of the South and a typical Andalucian city with its relaxed atmosphere.

Day 2


Cádiz, regarded by many as the oldest continuously inhabited city in Western Europe, with archaeological remains dating to 3100 years, was founded by the Phoenicians. It has been a principal home port of the Spanish Navy since the accession of the Spanish Bourbons in the 18th century. The city is a member of the Most Ancient European Towns Network. It is also the site of the University of Cádiz.

Day 3


Lisbon, city, port, capital of Portugal, and the centre of the Lisbon metropolitan area. Located in western Portugal on the estuary of the Tagus (Tejo) River, it is the westernmost capital city in continental Europe and serves as the country’s chief port, largest city, and commercial, political, and tourist centre.

Day 4

At Sea

Day 5


Alicante was formed in 1833 from parts of the historical provinces of Valencia and Murcia. The barren mountain terrain of the north and northwest stands in contrast to the densely populated southern fertile coastal plain, which is irrigated by the Segura River.

The province’s principal products are wine, fruits (lemons and oranges), vegetables, and fish and the salt industry at Torrevieja is the largest in Spain, with the city is also known for its manufacture of leather shoes.

Day 6


The natural deepwater harbor at the capital, Mahón (also called Maó), is the largest in the Mediterranean, and second largest in the world after Pearl Harbor. The capital of Minorca still preserves a number of churches, ancestral buildings and palaces, lining streets of deep Mediterranean flavour.

Day 7


Olbia, located on the northeastern coast of Sardinia, Italy, is a charming city known for its historical sites, beautiful beaches, and vibrant cultural scene. Key highlights include the Romanesque Church of San Simplicio, the Archaeological Museum, and the bustling Corso Umberto I street, lined with shops and cafes. Visitors can explore the nearby Costa Smeralda, famous for its stunning beaches and luxury resorts, or take a boat trip to the picturesque Maddalena Archipelago. Olbia's blend of history, natural beauty, and modern amenities makes it a perfect destination for travelers seeking a mix of relaxation and exploration.

Day 8


Genoa, a historic port city in northwestern Italy, offers a rich blend of culture, history, and coastal charm. Highlights include the UNESCO-listed Palazzi dei Rolli, a collection of Renaissance and Baroque palaces, and the iconic Genoa Cathedral, with its striking black-and-white facade. The city's vibrant Old Town, one of the largest medieval quarters in Europe, is perfect for wandering through narrow alleyways, discovering hidden piazzas, and enjoying local cuisine. The Aquarium of Genoa, one of the largest in Europe, and the picturesque harbor area, Porto Antico, are must-visit attractions. Genoa's unique maritime history and cultural richness make it an essential stop for any Italian itinerary.

Day 9


Marseille, France's oldest city, located on the Mediterranean coast, is a vibrant destination rich in history and culture. Key attractions include the Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde, offering panoramic views of the city and sea, and the Old Port (Vieux-Port), a bustling area filled with cafes, seafood restaurants, and markets. The historic Le Panier district, with its narrow streets and colorful buildings, is perfect for exploring on foot. Visitors can also enjoy the stunning Calanques National Park, famous for its rugged limestone cliffs and crystal-clear waters. Marseille's unique blend of maritime heritage, diverse culture, and natural beauty make it a captivating stop on any itinerary.

Day 10

At Sea

Day 11


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10 Nights

Inside Cabin from £1,519.00 

Price correct at time of publication 18/06/2024