Cruise to Spain in style in 2024
With delicious cuisines, history to explore and cities to discover, the Mediterranean is a great place to cruise at any time of the year. Cruises to Spain and her islands are particularly popular, and for good reason.
On our all-inclusive cruises to Spain you can enjoy the scenery, architecture and culture of a range of colourful destinations. Marvel at Gaudi’s Barcelona, discover the capitals of the Balearics and the coast of Malaga, and enjoy the North African influences of Cadiz and Ceuta.
Cruise to Spain
Where could you visit on your boutique cruise?
Our Mediterranean cruises often stop in beautiful Barcelona, where you can find a world of culture, cuisine and Art Nouveau architecture, including the infamous work of Antoni Gaudí. Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, there is so much to discover in this vibrant city.
Nestled on the peninsula of Andalusia, Cadiz features white-washed architecture, incredible food and lively streets. Discover the city and its golden beaches for yourself on a boutique Mediterranean cruise.
One of two Spanish port cities on Africa’s north shore, Ceuta combines an exotic fusion of Spanish and Moroccan culture and has many fortifications that reflect its tumultuous past.
Discover the history and traditions of Menorca in its charming capital, Mahon. Explore the city’s colourful markets and stunning natural harbour, where you can find a popular gin distillery and lovely cafes.
The birthplace of Pablo Picasso, you can enjoy a range of unique museums and art galleries in Malaga. Plus, being one of the oldest cities in Spain, there is so much history to explore.
Capital of the Balearics, Palma is an attractive port frequented on many of our Mediterranean cruises. Discover stylish shops along palm-fringed streets, then head to the old town to explore its Moorish heritage.
Our top Spanish excursions...
Explore more by joining us on one of the excursions, made by our expert destinations team.
A mountaintop monastery
Visit the sacred mountain of Montserrat where you can admire spectacular views on the 15-minute ascent to the famous mountaintop monastery. Visit the audio visual centre, and taste the local Aromas de Montserrat liquor. If you wish, walk up to the Sanctuary for a close view of the statue.
A Majorcan wine discovery
Tour the prestigious Ramanya Winery and learn about the history of wine making in the Balearics. Then enjoy a tasting of some of the region’s distinguished wines paired with local tapas.
Enjoy the best of Girona
Girona has retained most of its compact medieval quarters and historic fortifications, now laid out as an attractive public garden. A highlight is to visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria. Inside you’ll find valuable treasures including the Girona Tapestry, a Romanesque panel of needlework from the 11th century depicting the biblical Creation.
Sherry and royalty in Cadiz
Learn about the winemaking heritage of Jerez de la Frontera – an Andalusian town famous for its sherry – on a unique tour to Bodega, Casa del Marques. First, arrive at the former palace home of the Royal Marquess. You’ll be met and escorted by costumed guides portraying the Marquess and his family. Then learn about the local wine, as you learn how to prepare and cook typical Andalusian tapas to enjoy.
The Spanish delights of Ronda
Take a tour of Ronda, located in a valley between craggy mountains. Take a walking tour of this Moorish city along its narrow, cobbled streets, and visit the cathedral You can also see the Puente Nuevo Bridge, which joins the old city to the Mercadillo.
Uncover the traditions of Minorca
Discover the rural past of Minorca in Binissues. Watch this traditional working farm in action, tour the stately home with superbly-decorated rooms and a peasant farmer’s house exhibiting daily life over a hundred years ago.