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A Spanish archipelago with a flavor all their own, the Canary Islands are closer to Africa than Europe. Yet with status as a major destination for British travelers, the Canary Islands provide enough fun-in-the-sun activities, as well as stunning mountains and deserts, to make this a popular stop for Transatlantic and Western Europe cruises.
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La Palma
If your idea of a perfect day in port includes ambling along winding ...
Lanzarote
Lanzarote is the northernmost of the Canary Islands, situated just 70 ...
Las Palmas
Gran Canaria is a prime choice for the sun worshippers and water ...
Tenerife
Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, is also one of the most ...
Not Great Suyos
08/15
12 nights on the Ventura was a struggle for my husband, 14yr old, 9yr old, 71 yr old mum and myself, unless you like a 'Butlins/Haven holiday camp type holiday at an extortionate price point'! (A fellow passengers words). Not classy and upmarket as ... Read more
We booked our cruise on Britannia in October, looking forward to a real summer holiday for a change. Real, being one where you can soak up the sun and swim in an outdoor pool. This was our third cruise, all with P&O. We live in Southampton, ... Read more
Travel Lodge on the sea! Overall the cruise was a disorganised disaster, it was badly managed from moment we stepped foot in the mayhem in the arrival area.The food on the ship was a disgrace. There was no evidence of high quality fresh local ... Read more
07/15
Firstly, we have cruised with P & O before on the Oceana and Ventura and had high hopes for the Britannia - how disappointed we were. We booked a family cabin (F629) which had two pull down bunk beds. When the beds and ladders were down ... Read more
Overall the places we visited were great because it was the itinary we want to do Britannia the ship was nothing special it was just a typical English cruise ship which lacked the " wow factor " for me when I first boarded . There ... Read more
Rule Britannia! Presto2
07/15
Well, we went on our 2 week cruise on Britannia wondering what we had let ourselves in for. Though we had booked in March 2014 for our 14 night Canary Island Cruise, we had read so many bad reviews that we were wondering if we had made the right ... Read more
07/15
I went on this, my first P & O cruise, but my 10th actual cruise, expecting top class everything, especially as it was a brand new ship but was sadly disappointed. Embarkation was chaotic with no clear instructions from the miserable retired ... Read more
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