- Alhambra Palace and Gardens
From Malaga, perhaps visit the Alhambra Palace in Granada.
- Discover cosmopolitan Lisbon
Spend a day in Portugal’s capital city and explore the rich cultural heritage of Portugal.
- Eat like a local
Enjoy a taste of Spain by sampling tapas, small savoury dishes that are usually accompany a drink.
- Stunning Seville
Seville traces its history back to the Carthaginians and the Romans and here you'll find a feast of stunning architecture.
- The rhythm of flamenco
Dancers move to the spirited beat of flamenco which originated in southern Spain.
Voyages with partner cruise lines
Andalusian Adventure with Lisbon
Braemar sailing from Southamptonfrom £1,849 per person 12 2 Including optional travel insurance or a price reduction of £55 if not required
- Free upgrade to all inclusive
- VIP door to door
Traditional cuisine, spectacular scenery and striking architecture
Sample Spain’s Moorish flavour on this cruise to the shores of southern Spain where you’ll experience the best of Andalusia. Sail the gorgeous Guadalquivir River to the heart of Seville, for a feast of historical and architectural gems, traditional tapas and sultry flamenco. There’s also visits to Malaga, overflowing with aesthetic and cultural treasures; and Cádiz, for fascinating ancient sites, beautiful coastal scenery, and tours to Jerez – ‘sherry capital of the world’.
Saga price includes...
- Optional travel insurance underwritten by Great Lakes Insurance SE, UK
- All port taxes, fees and charges
- Tourist visas if required
- Drinks package*
And on your cruise...
- Full board
- Afternoon tea
- Room service
- Captain’s drinks party and gala buffet
- Activities, entertainment and leisure facilities
- Shuttle bus at selected ports
- Porterage of luggage
20/03/2021 Southampton, England
After taking Saga's included UK door-to-door travel service to Southampton, embark Braemar.
Depart late afternoon.
21/03/2021 At Sea
22/03/2021 La Coruña, Spain
Arrive late morning. Depart late afternoon.
Contrast the city's medieval quarter with the modern architecture lining the waterfront of this busy port, set on the Bay of Coruña. Stroll the promenade or perhaps visit the Tower of Hercules – the only Roman lighthouse that is still in use for maritime signaling, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The main town has a collection of squares, churches, galleries and museums to explore including the Domus Museum - an interactive museum dedicated to mankind.
23/03/2021 At Sea
24/03/2021 Cadiz, Spain
Arrive early afternoon. Depart late night.
Moor in Cadiz, the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in Western Europe. The cities sinuous cobbled streets span centuries of history, offering a wealth of museums, churches and over 100 watchtowers to explore, the most impressive of which is the 18th century Torre Tavira. One way to experience the full flavours of the city is on a Tapas workshop and bodegas tour. Or you could savour local cheeses in the whitewashed village of Arcos de la Fronterra, perched high above the Guadalette valley, on a spire of limestone.
25/03/2021 Malaga, Spain
Arrive early morning. Depart late afternoon.
Set on the balmy Costa del Sol, Málaga has basked in the Spanish sun since the 8th century BC when the Phoenicians founded it. It flourished under the Moors and a palatial fortress, The Alcazaba, still guards the city from this time. Málaga is also the birthplace of Picasso and one of Spain’s cultural centres – try the traditional tapas or head to nearby Granada to see the Alhambra Palace.
26/03/2021 Cruising Guadalquivir River
Spend this afternoon cruising along the Guadalquivir River.
26/03/2021 Seville, Spain
Arrive late afternoon on March 26. Depart late afternoon on March 27.
Make a grand entrance to the capital of Andalusia after making a scenic journey up the Guadalquivir River, which the city straddles. Seville is a glorious mix of grand boulevards, narrow streets, cobbled alleys and pretty squares. Compact, rich in history and famous for its flamenco, tapas bars and orange trees, the city is bursting with antique charm and its old Roman city is now home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
28/03/2021 Lisbon, Portugal
Arrive late afternoon on March 28. Depart early afternoon on March 29.
Cruise under the august 25 de April suspension bridge, often compares to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, to reach Portugal’s elegant capital. Renowned for its array of architectural styles, in particular the Moorish Alfama district, Lisbon contains a host of must-see attractions. Explore the colourful 18th-century squares and behold the Belém Tower and the Monument to the Discoveries – reminders of Portugal’s seafaring prowess.
30/03/2021 At Sea
31/03/2021 At Sea
01/04/2021 Southampton, England
Arrive early morning.
Disembark after breakfast for your included UK door-to-door travel service home.
*Drinks package includes selected beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks and 50% off selected premium brands and cocktails. Some of the highlights detailed may only be seen on optional excursions or by exploring independently.