MSC Med Cruise 29th Sept - 6th Oct 2022
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A tremendous 8 day cruise which sails from Valencia with the MSC ship “Seaside”. The facilities this ship has to offer are amazing.
Sunset Beach Pool
Connected directly to the top deck by two panoramic lifts, the Sunset Beach Pool offers plenty of space in the sun, as well as breathtaking views out over the back of the ship and across the water.
The unique Panorama Pool is the perfect place to relax, soak up the sun and enjoy the panoramic sea views. Around the pool you’ll find a set of innovative sun loungers, designed to give you the chance to stay closer to the water than ever before.
The Waterfront Boardwalk on deck 8 circumnavigates the ship, offering access to a wide variety of restaurants, bars and places to relax. From the glass skywalk on deck 16, on the other hand, guests can enjoy a jaw-dropping view of the sea from above.
Four decks atrium
Extending over four decks, the multi-level glass-walled atrium represents an innovative and atmospheric entertainment venue for live music and other events. The two glass-floored catwalks beyond its glass walls offer guests spectacular ocean views.
MSC Aurea Spa
Offering a wide selection of Balinese massages and other wellness and beauty treatments to revitalise body and soul, the lavish MSC Aurea Spa on MSC Seaside is a haven for relaxation and pampering, complete with a thermal area, beauty salon and nail boutique.
State of the art gym
Equipped with Technogym® cardio and strength-training equipment, the high-tech gym on board MSC Seaside offers not only a wide range of original fitness courses and training programmes, but also the chance to enjoy superb sea views while you work out.
Transfer by coach Torrevieja area/Valencia/Torrevieja area are included.
All category prices include coach travel, port taxes, EASY DRINKS PACKAGE, basic insurance..
BOOK NOW AND ONLY PAY A 400€ DEPOSIT PER COUPLE
|Day||Arrival time||Departure time||Port|
|Wednesday||14.00||22.00||Palma de Mallorca|
MSC entered the cruise market in the 1960’s, and is one of the fastest growing cruise companies in the world, using some of the newest vessels currently at sea. This exciting cruise visits some of the most iconic venues on the Mediterranean. After leaving Valencia it sails to France’s second largest city, the city of Marseille. During the heady days of the French Empire this was the main seaport of France. The largest and officially the sunniest major city in France, you could sometimes be forgiven for thinking you had arrived in Paris with familiar names like Sacre Couer, Basilique de Notre Dame, and Arc de triumph being given to some of the city’s land marks. Being a large city there is no shortage of things to see and do, and with the city centre being largely pedestrianised, this is a pleasant experience.
Sailing on from Marseille, our next port of call is Genoa . An intricate maze of narrow streets lead us past palaces, mansions, and museums into charming tree lined squares. Shops which have traded for over a hundred years sit side by side with modern trendy wine bars. A cable car and moving staircase are available to take the adventurous to the higher points. Or for the more sedate, a hop on hop of tourist bus is available.
The next stop Civitavecchia is the port for Rome. The eternal city from which the mighty Romans ruled huge chunks of the ancient world. Loads of things to see here, including a state within a state, the Vatican city, the Coliseum, and the Trevi Fountains. Now a bright, bubbly modern city with masses to see and surprisingly easy to find your way about.
From Rome we move to Palermo Italy. Palermo is Sicily's regional capital, a busy port city on the north-western coast of the island. With some glorious historic buildings, vibrant, scruffy markets and a sunny climate. Palermo also has bohemian boutiques, famously-excellent street food, fine architecture (frequently crumbling) and a lively atmosphere.
Sardinia’s largest city (with a little over 150,000 people) and its capital for centuries, Cagliari on the island’s south coast offers the perfect mix of recreation and exploration options. This is our next Port of call. The five-mile-long Poetto Beach is among the best city beaches on the Mediterranean, and together with the adjacent Marina Piccola, satisfies all manner of sun and sea pursuits. Seekers of culture will love Cagliari’s old district, Castello, where 13th-century towers still guard the medieval city walls. In fact Cagliari's Sardinian name Casteddu literally means castle!
On our second last day we arrive in Palma De Mallorca. Arriving in the afternoon - we have more time in the evening here. Palma is a resort city and capital of the Spanish island of Mallorca, in the western Mediterranean. The massive Santa María cathedral, a Gothic landmark begun in the 13th century, overlooks the Bay of Palma. The adjacent Almudaina is a Moorish-style Arab fortress converted to a royal residence. West of the city, hilltop Bellver Castle is a medieval fortress with a distinctive circular shape. Being an afternoon/evening visit this is an ideal way to finish your holiday on a bit of a buzz.
Sadly all good things come to an end and the next day we find ourselves back where we started in Valencia. But what a wealth of memories we return with.
PLEASE NOTE WHEN ORDERING ONLINE THAT YOU CAN ONLY ORDER 1 CABIN AT A TIME, JUST ADD 1 CABIN TO THE CART THEN RETURN AND ADD ANOTHER ETC.
WHERE THE DEPOSIT OPTION IS SELECTED THE BALANCE IS PAYABLE 12 WEEKS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE IN FULL. IMPORTANT NOTE - IN ORDER TO TRAVEL PASSPORTS MUST BE VALID FOR 6 MONTHS AFTER DATE OF RETURN - OR YOU MUST HAVE PERMISSION FROM THE CRUISE COMPANY TO TRAVEL. CONTACT US FOR DETAILS
|DATES:||Thursday 29th September - Thursday 6th October 2022|
|PRICING||Interior Cabin 729€ per person Exterior Cabin with window 829€ per person Balcony Cabin 949€ per person No single cabins are available Onboard tips are not inc and 70euros per person will be paid whilst onboard|