Mediterranean

P&O OCEANA

NO-FLY CRUISE

02 February 2020

14 Nights | Full Board

Inside

£729

Outside

£1,069

Balcony

£1,229

YOUR CRUISE SHIP

 

Your holiday begins the minute you step into Oceana's bustling atrium. On board you'll enjoy a welcoming informal atmosphere and can indulge in the spa, hedge bets in the casino or relax with a cocktail on the terrace.

MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE

 

Admire Gaudi’s artistry in Barcelona, see Flamenco in Seville and lose yourself amongst Lisbon’s labyrinthine lanes.

NO TIPS REQUIRED

 

No tipping is needed on P&O ships, so you can relax knowing good service and good times are all part and parcel of your P&O Cruises holiday.

YOUR SHIP HIGHLIGHTS

  • Mid Size Cruise Ship

  • Recent Multi Million-pound refit 

  • Food on a Full Board Basis

  • Dazzling on Board Entertainment

  • Several Swimming Pool & Whirlpools

  • Hi Tech Gymnasium    

  • On Board Dance Classes

  • Gala Dinners, Theme Nights & Deck Parties

Your holiday begins the minute you step into Oceana's bustling atrium. On board you'll enjoy a welcoming informal atmosphere and can indulge in the spa, hedge bets in the casino or relax with a cocktail on the terrace.

Day 01: Southampton, UK

Boasting high-tech audio, video, and lighting equipment, the Footlights Theatre sets the scene for musical extravaganzas in superb style. With a different musical spectacular almost every night, this elegant venue is bound to bring out the theatre goer in everyone!

Day 02-03: Days at Sea

Spains busiest fishing port, Vigo sits on the rugged west coast of the province of Galicia. Over the centuries, this charming town and its resilient residents have been the target for many naval attacks including a couple from Sir Francis Drake. In these more peaceful days, you will still find the best view of Vigo is from the fort (Castillo del Castro) built to defend it from the hill overlooking the harbour. From here, your Vigo cruise tour will lead you through the steep, narrow streets of the atmospheric old town (Barrio del Berbes) to see (and smell...) the daily fish market. Try one of the oysters which are fresh from beds in Vigos 'ria' - one of the sunken sea-filled valleys for which Galicias coastline is renowned. And our Vigo cruises are also a chance to visit nearby Santiago de Compostela, the subject of pilgrimages since the Middle Ages.

Day 04: Vigo, Spain

Whitewall Galleries offer a wide range of artwork from leading contemporary artists as well as 20th Century masters. During your cruise there will be a range of informative seminars, exciting exhibitions and exclusive VIP events for you to attend. When you purchase any on board credit goes towards your painting and there are easy delivery options available. For a flavour of what we offer search for WhitewallatSea on social media. 

Day 05: Day at Sea

This second city of Andalucia has many Moorish influences, seen at their best in the stunning Alcazaba. Built on the site of a Roman fortress between the 8th and 11th Centuries, the castle's huge walls and fortified gates ensure a grand entrance. Inside, a restored Roman amphitheatre now acts as an outdoor entertainment centre. Immediately behind the Alcazaba and rising high above the city with spectacular views, are the ruins of the 14th century Moorish castle, Gibralfaro. Malaga-born Picasso is recognised with a history of the artist's life at the city's fascinating Picasso Foundation.

Day 06: Malaga, Spain

 Think luxurious spaces to relax in, salon treatments and the aroma of scented oils. You can enjoy a warming and cleansing visit to the sauna and steam rooms. Or opt for the very latest in facials, manicures, pedicures, aromatherapy or massages, in one of the luxurious treatment rooms.

Day 07: Day at Sea

Boosted by hosting the Olympic Games in 1992, Barcelona's Old Port area has been transformed into a thriving area of cafes and restaurants. From there, it is an easy stroll up the famous Rambla to the old town. Las Ramblas is thronged with street entertainers, stalls and bars and is most lively at night and weekends. Not to be missed is the La Boqueria food market with its extraordinary displays of fish, meat, fruit and vegetables. Some of the best food in Spain can be found in the city - paella is a speciality - and the restaurant Cal Pep was recently named as one of the top 50 places to eat in the world.

Day 08: Barcelona, Spain

Amongst art and architecture you can see plazas, palaces, churches and cathedrals, before heading to one of the city's white sandy beaches to cool off. The old city is a great place to begin and offers a superb selection of sights and landmarks. Valencia Cathedral displays 3 magnificent portals; one Baroque, one Romanesque and one Gothic. Once inside you can climb the octagonal Miguelete Bell Tower to see sweeping views then from here navigate the narrow streets to the Plaza del Ayuntamiento, the Museo de Belles Artes or the towers of Torres de Serranos. In the new town wander wide balmy avenues and simply observe and enjoy the Mediterranean way of life. More recent additions to the city include the aesthectically stunning and ultramodern 'City of Arts and Sciences' with its fantastically shaped soaring glass palaces.

Day 09: Valencia, Spain

Our libraries on each ship are stacked with a wide selection of fiction genres and fascinating non-fiction books. So why not spend your day with your nose buried in a great book?

Day 10: Day at Sea

From there, it is easy to find your own way around this compact city. Behind is the 18th century cathedral (El Nueva) and the view from the top is worth the long climb up its internal stairs. The narrow streets of the old town below are lined by tall Moorish-style houses with flower-decked balconies mixed in amongst some small shops and tapas bars. Cadiz dates back to the 12th century BC so is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the western world but sultry Seville has long since outgrown its neighbour. La Giralda (the bell-tower next to its Gothic cathedral), is in Sevilles historic Jewish quarter which also has the whitewashed houses and exquisitely coloured bougainvillea that everyone associates with this lovely city.

Day 11: Seville (Cadiz), Spain

Although small for a European capital, this city does sprawl a little so you would do best to concentrate on three districts - Baixa, Bairro Alto and Alfama, each with its own distinctive style, making Lisbon cruises a must see. Baixa has busy streets of inviting shops, cafes and restaurants while Alfama is the atmospheric old town with narrow cobblestone streets, medieval and Moorish-style buildings, wrought-iron balconies with trailing flowers and a mix of small shops and bars. Bairro Alto is another historic district with narrow streets and is a steep climb from Baixa so look out for the 100-year-old lift (Elevador do Carmo) near Rossio Square. With such a variety of destinations to explore, cruises to Lisbon bring to your holiday a balance of both modern and historical grounds.

Day 12: Lisbon, Portugal

Inspired by South American, Caribbean and Stateside cuisines, The Beach House menu offers hearty dishes and comfort-food favourites. Highlights include the steaks, ribs, grills and burgers, hanging kebabs and a range of sharing dishes. Save space for the decadent and delicious desserts too. 

Day 13 - 14: Days at Sea

Disembark P&O Oceana

Day 15: Southampton, UK

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