7 Night Cruise sailing from Monte Carlo to Barcelona aboard Azamara Pursuit.
Begin in Monte-Carlo, a stunning city of glitz and glamour on the French Riviera. Stroll through the medieval village in the heart of the city, make a wager at the Grand Casino, and brace yourself for breathtaking, beautiful surroundings.
Next, make the most of a late stay and discover Porto-Vecchio, a fashionable, fortified French resort town renowned for its cobblestone streets, ancient citadel ruins, and its two most famous beaches, Palombaggia and Santa Guilia. In Olbia, on Sardinia, find incredible ancient landmarks like the 11th century Church of San Simplicio and 17th century Church of Sao Paulo.
Your next destination is Mahon, on Menorca, perched atop a cliff overlooking the harbor. Explore plazas with quaint cafés and shops, or relax on Cala'n Porter Beach surrounded by steep limestone cliffs. In Palma de Majorca, tour the Museum of Contemporary Spanish Art to see the work of legends, including Dali and Picasso. With a late stay in Valencia, you’ll have ample time to explore modern, avant-garde buildings that coexist with palaces and mansions of a 15th century golden age. After Tarragona, with an Old Town housing Roman tombs and a 2nd century arena overlooking the Mediterranean, your voyage concludes with an overnight in beautiful Barcelona.
Highlights of this cruise:
You don’t need luck on your side to have an unforgettable time in Monte Carlo! Home to the legendary Grand Casino and the Monaco Grand Prix—one of the world’s most prestigious sporting events—Monte Carlo lives up to its reputation in every way. Drive the Monaco Grand Prix route in a performance vehicle, visit the Grand Casino, or roll the dice and explore the breathtaking beauty of the city.
Olbia has been inhabited since the 8th century BC, but a recent archaeological discovery of 24 shipwrecks has landed it in the spotlight. The name Olbia means "happy town", though its past has been difficult, with the city destroyed and rebuilt many times throughout its history. Of course that makes it all the more interesting, as every empire has left something of value behind for you to see.
A modern city with an ancient past, Palma’s rich history is yours to explore. Architecture admirers must visit the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, an iconic Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral that has stood for nearly 800 years. For nature lovers, don’t miss the Caves of Drach, where light and shadow dances across the rock formations, creating incomparable visuals you won’t see anywhere else.
A unique blend of Spanish and Roman history, Tarragona is a seaside treasure on Spain’s Northeast coast just waiting to be discovered. Dating back to the 5th century BC, it’s the oldest Roman settlement on the Iberian Peninsula, and the city’s ruins are designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Barcelona is a cosmopolitan masterpiece. With a history rich in art and architecture, medieval, Gothic, and modern influences can be seen all over the city. Start at the waterfront and stroll up the shady, tree-lined Las Ramblas boulevard and discover some of the city's best shopping and bustling cafes.
W - Deluxe Guarantee
|AU$ 2,748||AU$ 3,158||AU$ 3,978||AU$ 7,777|
V2 - Club Veranda Stateroom
|AU$ 3,391||AU$ 4,023||AU$ 5,286||AU$ 10,393|
N2 - Club Continent Suite
|AU$ 4,442||AU$ 5,424||AU$ 7,387||AU$ 14,595|
N1 - Club Continent Suite
|AU$ 4,587||AU$ 5,617||AU$ 7,677||AU$ 15,175|
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