14-Night Cunard Canary Islands Cruise
Escape to the Canary Islands
Escape to the sunshine on a 14-night Canary Islands cruise. Discover Lanzarote’s volcanic landscapes, Tenerife’s sand beaches, and enjoy an overnight stay on the Portuguese island of Madeira.
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Step off your cruise ship and into a little piece of Portuguese paradise in the archipelago of Madeira, in the Atlantic Ocean. Enchanting towns and villages, breath-taking landscapes, a spectacular array of unique flora, and delicious local wines are awaiting your discovery on a cruise to the Portuguese islands of Madeira. You’ll dock in the capital city of Funchal, an area bustling with bars and restaurants that radiate local charm. From here, you can explore further into the unique Madeira countryside, where imposing mountainous slopes give way to luscious rainforests and vast moorlands.
Step into a land of mesmerizing landscapes, sun-drenched villages, volcanic beaches, and decadent cuisine. The port city of Arrecife de Lanzarote is your gateway to the almost other-worldly enchantments of this lava-sculpted land – a capital city with a rich variety of places to explore, eat, and drink.
With sandy beaches, inviting taverns, and picturesque villages, set against a dramatic volcanic backdrop, Gran Canaria is a destination filled with unique sights and experiences. Its capital city, Las Palmas, sits on the northwest of the island and regularly welcomes cruise guests from around the world. It’s even played host to Christopher Columbus, who called here while on his way to discover the New World in 1492.
Your gateway to a land full of unforgettable experiences, mouth-watering cuisine, and unique natural beauty that can only be found in the Canary Islands, Santa Cruz de Tenerife has so much to offer.
Christened the “Crystal City” and home to the shrine of St. James the Apostle in Santiago de Compostela, La Coruña is a jewel of Spain’s northwestern coast. It’s difficult not to fall under its spell. Sample Galicia’s mouth-watering octopus, oysters and scallops. Or if your taste is for history, visit the world’s only working Roman lighthouse and enjoy the panoramic views.
Prices are per person based on double occupancy, availability and subject to change without notice. Taxes, fees and port expenses are additional at approximately $64.28 per person. All promotions are capacity controlled by the cruise line. Above promotion is on select sailings. Other itineraries and dates are available. Other restrictions may apply. Ship’s registry: Bermudan