Western Mediterranean Cruise in January 2012

Most wouldn't think of a Med cruise in January- it is certainly colder, but much less crowded, and if serious sightseeing in the beautiful cities of Spain and Italy is what you want to do, this is the cruise for you. Pack some layers and enjoy a slightly different type of holiday! This 10-night cruise departing from Naples and finishing in Southampton has plenty of interesting ports of call to keep you occupied. First one is Civitavecchia, the port of Rome where you can see the incredible Colloseum and toss a coin in the Trevi fountain and eat some pizza and pasta to keep warm. The next stop is Palma on the island of Majorca, a sophisticated hotspot, and then on to Valencia on mainland Spain.Valencia, the country's 3rd-largest city, is known for it's pavement cafes and Paella. The art and architecture here is amazing, so take some time to look around, and visit the new "City of Arts and Sciences." The ship will then take you to several more of Spain's beautiful and historic cities- Almeria and Cadiz. The next stop is Lisbon, Portugal's capital. All of these ports offer endless options for things to see and do, so be prepared to be busy! Disembark in Southampton, UK- home to the great ocean liner tradition.

Palma Cathedral
by Vix_B Flickr Creative Commons

Cruise Operator: P&O Cruises
Vessel: Adonia
Ports of Call: Naples, Civitavecchia, Palma, Valencia, Almeria, Cadiz, Lisbon, Southampton
Sailing Dates: departs Tues Jan 3rd 2012, returns Fri Jan 13 2012

Cruise Itinerary


Total length: 10 nights


Day 1: Naples, departing 21:00 Tues Jan 3 2012
Day 2: Civitavecchia- 7:30-19:30 Wed 4 Jan 2012
Day 3: At sea
Day 4: Palma- 08:00-18:00 Fri Jan 6 2012
Day 5: Valencia- 08:00-17:00 Sat Jan 7 2012
Day 6: Almeria- 09:00-17:00 Sun Jan 8 2012
Day 7: Cadiz- 08:00-16:30 Mon Jan 9 2012
Day 8: Lisbon- 09:00-17:00 Tues Jan 10 2012
Day 9-10: At sea
Day 11: Southampton, arriving 06:00 Fri Jan 13 2012



About the Adonia


The smallest in the P&O fleet, the Adonia offers an intimate cruising experience.With only 710 passengers, you will find it a sociable and interesting cruise and are likely to make new friends! The ship is Adults only, a blessing for those looking for some quiet on their cruise! Adonia was built in 2001 and as such is modern and well appointed. She has intimate entertainment and dining venues and a gorgeous Crow's Nest bar which offers great views by day and live music at night.

Adonia
by Tom Bayly Flickr Creative Commons

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