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Discover the best cruises in the Mediterranean

More than a place, the Mediterranean is an experience. Crucible of some of the most important civilizations in history, its waters have been and are a meeting point between cultures that have been able to leave their essence to it: a unique architectural mosaic, a different way of understanding dance and music, one of the best gastronomic traditions in the world... If we add to all of these legendary landscapes and an exceptional climate, we will understand why Mediterranean cruises are becoming more and more popular.

At Central de Vacaciones, we put MSC and Costa Cruises cruise offers in your hands designed for you, so you can discover the magnificent cities that overlook this sea: Valencia, Barcelona, Marseille, Savona, Genoa, Civitavecchia, Palermo, Valletta … What do you think of these destinations? In addition, we also bring you cruises departing from the beautiful Lisbon, located on the shores of the Atlantic and one of the oldest cities in Europe.

If you still haven't decided where you are going on your next vacation, booking a Mediterranean cruise will be a sure hit. If you want to know why, we recommend that you continue reading. You'll be surprised!

Enjoy a cruise through Spain

Enjoy a cruise through Spain

With more than 75 million annual visitors, Spain is the third most visited country in the world, and occupies the same position in the ranking of countries with the most monuments declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. An unbeatable business card for a destination that has it all.

For this reason, our Mediterranean cruises do not forget about it, and include two essential cities in their itinerary: Barcelona and Valencia. Take advantage of the stopovers in their respective ports to tour its streets and avenues and admire its most special corners.

What to see in Barcelona

What to say about one of the most special cities of the Old Continent. And it is not a way of speaking, since the Catalan capital has all the ingredients to make the traveler fall in love: an old town where time seems to have stopped, some of the most spectacular modernist buildings on the planet, such as the Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera or Casa Batlló; the ruins of an old 18th century neighborhood, the palaces, the castle and the extraordinary views offered by the Montjuïc mountain, an inexhaustible range of museums and art galleries, almost 5 km of urban beaches...

Las Ramblas, the liveliest and unique artery of the city, together with the exclusive Paseo de Gràcia (ideal for those who want to go shopping in Barcelona without sparing any expense) cannot be missing on your route through Barcelona.

More than two thousand years have contemplated the Ciudad Condal and, as you can see, the legacy left by all these centuries could not be more seductive. During the stopovers on your cruise in Barcelona, you will have all these treasures at your fingertips. Are you going to let them explain it to you?

What to see in Valencia

According to a popular song, this is the land of flowers, light and love. We totally agree, despite the fact that whoever composed it fell short. Valencia is also culture in abundance, relaxation, the spell of its mythical faults... In its historic center, corners await you such as the imposing Quart towers, one of the old accesses to the walled city; the Llotja de la Seda, one of the best examples of civil Gothic art; the cathedral and the famous Miquelet tower, the banks of the Turia, the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències...

Its exquisite gastronomy deserves a special mention, with paella and horchata with fartons as the spearhead; its generous offer of nightlife or the beaches of Malvarrosa and Cabanyal, where you can park the stress during the stopover of your cruise in Valencia.

A cruise through France to dream

Birthplace and inspiration of the French anthem, Marseille is the second city of France and one of the key ports of the Mediterranean. There is a reason why they are the starting point of one of our cruises, or else an obligatory stopping point.

Our advice is that you do not stop discovering all the claims of this welcoming city. From the Viex-Port, its most emblematic place, it is possible to book boat trips to the Château d'If —in whose prison the fictional character Edmond Dantès, protagonist of the novel The Count of Monte Cristo, was imprisoned— or to the Calanques National Park, whose beautiful cliffs will leave you speechless.

In any case, there is much more to see in Marseille. Its list of monuments is the most extensive: the Saint-Victor abbey, the impressive Notre-Dame de la Garde basilica, the cathedral known as La Nouvelle Major, the old Roman docks, the Saint-Jean fort... To top it off , make the most of your cruise through France by savoring an exquisite bouillabaisse, the star dish of local cuisine.

Live our cruises in Italy

Live our cruises in Italy

Before we have said that Spain holds the bronze medal as far as World Heritage is concerned. Well then: at the top of the podium, we find the Bel Paese, which you can get to know with our cruises around Italy.

What to see in Genoa

Genoa —capital of the Liguria region in northwestern Italy— owes much of its history to the sea. Despite having a population of over 600,000, it is still a perfect city to discover on foot.

Among the places that you cannot miss, it is worth referring to the Old Port, with points of interest such as the original structure known as El Bigo. Other attractions are the palace of San Giorgio, dating from 1260; the Ducal Palace, seat for six centuries of the disappeared Republic of Genoa; the historic center of the city, dotted with picturesque carrugi or narrow streets, the Cathedral of San Lorenzo, inside which the ashes of San Juan Bautista are preserved; the birthplace of Christopher Columbus, the striking Porta Soprana... We assure you that the stopover of your cruise in Genoa will not leave you indifferent.

What to see in Savona

Just 45 km from Genoa, another Ligurian town well known among cruise passengers unfolds: Savona. Although many travelers choose to take advantage of the stopover of the cruise in Genoa to travel to the place where the discoverer of America was born, the truth is that Savona is not without attractions either.

In this sense, it is worth referring to the Torretta de Piazza Leon Pancaldo, from the 14th century and dedicated to a famous Savonian navigator from the 16th century who died in Buenos Aires, who accompanied Magellan on the first voyage around the world. On the other hand, the Sistine Chapel of Savona is the only one existing together with the homonymous Roman chapel, and was designed by the Savona pope Sixtus IV Della Rovere. Also noteworthy are the Cattedrale dell'Assunta and the Santuario di Nostra Signora della Misericordia (1536 and 1540). You can also go to the Brandale towers, the Gabriello Chiabrera Theater, the war memorial in Piazza Goffredo Mameli, the Fontana del Pesce and the Garibaldi monument, among other notable places.

Continue sailing along the Italian coast

What to see in Rome

The scale of our cruises in Civitavecchia is the perfect excuse to make a getaway to Rome. Its indescribable historic center, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1980, is an authentic open-air museum where you can meet with history and contemplate the inexhaustible historical and artistic heritage that the Eternal City treasures.

Feel the echoes of the Roman Empire in the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Forum, the Circus Maximus, the Baths of Caracala, the Marcelo Theater, the Temple of Fortuna Viril, the Cayo Cestio pyramid, the catacombs or Castel Sant' Angelo. You will also witness the splendor of the Italian Cinquecento in the Vatican Museums and in St. Peter's Basilica, the nerve center of Christianity. Also enjoy churches as splendid as Santa María in Cosmedin, Santa María la Mayor or Santa María in Trastevere, one of the most hypnotic neighborhoods of the Italian capital. Taste the delights of Italian cuisine in its open-air restaurants, or refresh yourself with a genuine Italian ice cream while taking a break on the steps of Piazza Spagna.


What to see in Palermo

Successively occupied by Arabs —in the past it was an emirate— and Normans, Palermo, the capital of the Italian island of Sicily, is home to a unique fusion of Byzantine, Arabizing, Norman, Renaissance and Baroque buildings, made up of 80 churches and 50 palaces.

Among its most remarkable, the Duomo stands out, located in Corso Vittorio Emanuele. This cathedral could be defined as a superb recreation of geometric patterns, battlements, Majolica domes and blind arches. In turn, the palm trees that surround it give it an unmistakable oriental air. In its bowels, the Duomo houses various tombs of Norman kings. Also Norman is the cloister of the church of San Giovanni degli Eremiti (Via dei Benedettini).

Another place that should not be missed is the Cappella Palatina, designed by Roger II the Great in the year 1130. Its rooms have marquetry, marble and multicolored glass mosaics covered with gold leaf. They are mostly inspired by the Old Testament and the Crusades, which figure prominently in Palermo's past. And of course, we must not forget the prestigious Museo Internazionale delle Marionette di Palermo.

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Take advantage of your cruise in Malta

The stopover of our cruises in Malta takes place in its capital, Valletta, with a population of just over 6,000 inhabitants. This imposing fortified town stands out for the unmistakable golden hue of its buildings and the extraordinary beauty of the natural harbors that flank it. . Despite the bombings of World War II, its exceptional historic center, full of Renaissance streets and majestic palatial residences, was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1980.

Among its tourist attractions, it is worth mentioning the Co-Cathedral of San Juan and the Palace of the Grand Masters. Nor should you miss the National Museum of Archaeology, where you can see masterpieces such as the Sleeping Lady or The Venus of Malta, or the National Museum of Fine Arts, located in a 16th-century palazzo).

If the planning of your trip allows it, take a walk along Ir-Repubblika street, and pay attention to other constructions that will totally convince you: the Church of the Shipwreck of Saint Paul (1639-1740), the Casa Rocca Piccola, a 16th century mansion, the Manoel Theater and the Upper Barrakka Gardens, from which you will enjoy an incomparable panoramic view over the port (Grand Harbour).

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Embark on our cruises from Lisbon

Embark on our cruises from Lisbon

The Portuguese capital and the homeland of fado is another of the places that you will be able to discover by the hand of our cruises.

Strolling through its historic center, beautiful as well as decadent, is synonymous with immersing yourself in a more leisurely way of understanding life. There you will discover monuments such as the castle of San Jorge, which will offer you an exceptional panoramic view of the mouth of the Tagus River; Praça do Comércio, one of the liveliest spots on the Lisbon street; the Jerónimos Monastery and the Belém Tower, located in the Belém neighborhood and which dazzle with their unmistakable Manueline style; the old cathedral or Sé Velha, with the effects of the devastating 18th century earthquake still visible; the traditional Alfama neighborhood, full of whitewashed buildings.

In the immediate vicinity, and if the schedule of your cruise from Portugal allows it, you will have the opportunity to make a getaway to Cascais, on the coast, or to the beautiful town of Sintra, where the colorful Pena Palace will captivate you. If you choose to visit both cities, it is best to travel by train.

Now that you know everything that our Mediterranean cruises have to offer, what are you waiting for to reserve your cabin and visit several countries in a few days and with nights on board that you will always remember? With our travel offers, you are just a few clicks away from giving yourself the vacation in Europe that you have always dreamed of, with all the visits perfectly organized so that your only concern is to enjoy every moment to the fullest.

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