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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.
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Tapas, Gaudi and a whole lot more: See why Barcelona ranks among many cruisers' favorite ports.

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La Coruna
The gateway to Galicia, situated on the northwestern corner of the ...
First Time with P&O Swiss Tony
My wife and I booked this cruise primarily due to the price being so good, as well as a good itinerary. Boarding was fine no problems, The cabin, due to it being an older ship was smaller than we have been used to, but once we were used to it it ... Read more
Great entertainment brobanje47
The embarkation process was great, efficient and trouble free. We chose freedom dining as this suits us but found the food in the Plaza (which we had used on Oceana) really disappointing. Plates were always hot but the food at best was lukewarm and ... Read more
3rd Time on Oceana Derek Bolan
You can pick your friends but not your fellow cruisers and their was some miserable people on board her this time, thank goodness for freedom dining as if I had to sit with some of these people for the whole cruise I would have swam back to ... Read more
The staff was great. The performances outstanding (Especially the aqua show). The specialty restaurants offered some of the best meals I can remember. But for the price you pay, they really take advantage of you on the little things. We paid over ... Read more
Embarkation was much better than the Christmas Cunard cruise and boarded speedily standard of food still good, we went on freedom dining as we were late bookers. Hutch a bit noisy at night and early morning from persons walking on lido deck above. ... Read more
There was no doubt this time – a January cruise on the Oriana is a great way to get rid of those winter blues. So, twelve days cruise on Oriana from Southampton with six ports of call in Portugal, Spain and Morocco. Check in was faultless and ... Read more
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
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