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Cruises to Spain

Spain is an ongoing fiesta of food, wine, art and dance. Cruise ships navigate continental ports such as Barcelona, Malaga and Cadiz as well as the outlying Canary and Balearic Islands. Spain's culture varies depending on the region. Cosmopolitan Catalonia, which includes Barcelona, has a strong Mediterranean flavor. Head farther south to Andalusia, and you'll notice a strong Moorish influence.
Western Mediterranean Cruise Basics Western Mediterranean Cruise Basics
With Barcelona as a main embarkation port, Spain figures prominently on Western Med cruises.
Spain Cruise Reviews Spain Cruise Reviews
Not sure where to begin? Check out what fellow cruisers have to say about Spain.
Port Spotlight: Barcelona Port Spotlight: Barcelona
Tapas, Gaudi and a whole lot more: See why Barcelona ranks among many cruisers' favorite ports.

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OK- not much more than that. Long John Saliva
I think Oriana is feeling her age, at 20. OK we had some bad weather, but quite a lot of vibration from the engines/screws at anything over about 15Kts. Food- OK in the restaurant, but not as good as we had had before. I guess it is next to ... Read more
It was a shame as we had upgraded to a Mini-Suite and we were expecting a better standard than we experienced. The food was disappointing and nowhere nearer others that we have experienced on other lines. The entertainment generally was not of a ... Read more
My husband and I have traveled on our own in Europe since 1976. Now that we are retired we usually combine travel on our own with Celebrity cruises. The last cruise was Celebrity Equinox Oct/Nov 2014 from Barcellona to Ft Lauderdale. We spent two ... Read more
Arcadia cruise 9-20 December 2014 cruise J421 Our first impression was a good one as we arrived at the new Mayflower Teminal. It is very well designed and set out, much improved on the "shed" we were in in 2008. We had to wait two hours for a ... Read more
Our Iberian Escapade on The Dream was marred by Thomson pre- empting the ship's refurbishment. It started with noticing that the mezzanine in the theatre was closed. From there on it got worse. A small number of outside contractors blossomed into ... Read more
As this was the last scheduled cruise by the Aurora before its well-publicised re-fit, we did wonder if standards might be expected to slip, but our fears were groundless. This was our third cruise but we have never been with P&O before, and the ... Read more
First cruise. Really impressed. There was a gastro outbreak on the previous trip which led to delays on boarding due to the captain ordering a deep clean of the ship. While the delay was frustrating I prefer waiting than being ill so as a one off I ... Read more
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