Malaga, Spain

Málaga is a municipality, capital of the Province of Málaga, in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, Spain. With a population of 569,130 in 2015, it is the second-most populous city of Andalusia and the sixth-largest in Spain. The southernmost large city in Europe, it lies on the Costa del Sol (Coast of the Sun) of the Mediterranean, about 100 kilometres (62.14 miles) east of the Strait of Gibraltarand about 130 km (80.78 mi) north of Africa.

Malaga, Spain
Málaga, España

Málaga is a municipality, capital of the Province of Málaga, in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, Spain. With a population of 569,130 in 2015, it is the second-most populous city of Andalusia and the sixth-largest in Spain. The southernmost large city in Europe, it lies on the Costa del Sol (Coast of the Sun) of the Mediterranean, about 100 kilometres (62.14 miles) east of the Strait of Gibraltarand about 130 km (80.78 mi) north of Africa.

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Funchal, Madeira

Sweeter than wine, Madeira’s a fine excuse to binge on beautiful scenery to your heart’s content. Funchal is the island’s capital, a bewitching collection of cobbled streets, quaint museums and buzzing café and restaurant life.

  • Get to know Funchal. This spellbinding city is a portion of Portugal…

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Funchal, Madeira
Funchal, Portugal

Sweeter than wine, Madeira’s a fine excuse to binge on beautiful scenery to your heart’s content. Funchal is the island’s capital, a bewitching collection of cobbled streets, quaint museums and buzzing café and restaurant life.

  • Get to know Funchal. This spellbinding city is a portion of Portugal…

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St John's, Antigua

 

St John’s, Antigua

If you’re a big fan of the beach, prepare to lose your heart to this place. Antiguans like to boast they have a different one for every day of the year. Without doubt, porcelain, palm-fringed sands and still turquoise waters are the star of this island show. But that’s not all Antigua’s got to boast about. Get ready for towns in a rainbow riot of colours. Quiet countryside that slumbers in the sunshine. And cuisine as sublime as those moon-white shores.

St John's, Antigua
St John's, Antigua and Barbuda

 

St John’s, Antigua

If you’re a big fan of the beach, prepare to lose your heart to this place. Antiguans like to boast they have a different one for every day of the year. Without doubt, porcelain, palm-fringed sands and still turquoise waters are the star of this island show. But that’s not all Antigua’s got to boast about. Get ready for towns in a rainbow riot of colours. Quiet countryside that slumbers in the sunshine. And cuisine as sublime as those moon-white shores.

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Amber Cove, Dominican Republic

Christopher Columbus was Puerto Plata’s first tourist back in 1492. He was allegedly drawn to the coastline by the city’s shimmering silver appearance, thanks to the fog from Mount Isabel de Torres. Years later, the city – nicknamed the Silver Port – hasn’t lost its unique charm. The area is blessed…

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Amber Cove, Dominican Republic
Maimón, 57000, Dominican Republic

Christopher Columbus was Puerto Plata’s first tourist back in 1492. He was allegedly drawn to the coastline by the city’s shimmering silver appearance, thanks to the fog from Mount Isabel de Torres. Years later, the city – nicknamed the Silver Port – hasn’t lost its unique charm. The area is blessed…

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Grand Turk, Turks And Caicos Islands

 

Grand Turk, Turks And Caicos Islands

Back in 1492 Columbus was one of the first Europeans to set foot on Grand Turk. His visit opened a floodgate and, today, more than 600,000 holiday makers cruise into the island’s port every year. Some come here for the diving – there’s a coral reef with an 8,000 foot drop just off the island’s coast. Others come for the colonial architecture – Cockburn Town has some of the best examples in the Caribbean.

• The oldest shipwreck in the western hemisphere was discovered just off the coast of Grand Turk. You can find out more about it at the Turks and Caicos National Museum.
• Take a boat trip to Gibbs Cay. This uninhabited island is a great place for a picnic. Plus, stingrays swim right up to the shore and hand-feeding them is as easy as feeding the birds outside St Paul’s Cathedral.
• February marks the start of whale-watching season in the waters off Grand Turk. Humpback whales migrate in groups, singing mating songs to each other as they swim.

Grand Turk, Turks And Caicos Islands
Grand Turk, TKCA 1ZZ, Turks and Caicos Islands

 

Grand Turk, Turks And Caicos Islands

Back in 1492 Columbus was one of the first Europeans to set foot on Grand Turk. His visit opened a floodgate and, today, more than 600,000 holiday makers cruise into the island’s port every year. Some come here for the diving – there’s a coral reef with an 8,000 foot drop just off the island’s coast. Others come for the colonial architecture – Cockburn Town has some of the best examples in the Caribbean.

• The oldest shipwreck in the western hemisphere was discovered just off the coast of Grand Turk. You can find out more about it at the Turks and Caicos National Museum.
• Take a boat trip to Gibbs Cay. This uninhabited island is a great place for a picnic. Plus, stingrays swim right up to the shore and hand-feeding them is as easy as feeding the birds outside St Paul’s Cathedral.
• February marks the start of whale-watching season in the waters off Grand Turk. Humpback whales migrate in groups, singing mating songs to each other as they swim.

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Montego Bay, Jamaica

 

Montego Bay, Jamaica

Jamaica’s bubbly side is on show in Montego Bay. This lively north-coast town has a strip full of reggae bars and Caribbean restaurants, and you can dip in and out for rum cocktails and jerk chicken. Montego Bay’s biggest pull, though, is its coastline. The shores here are bracketed by clear blue waves and coconut palms.

• Rose Hall is one of the island’s first plantation houses, and locals swear it’s haunted by its former owner, the infamous White Witch. If you’d rather avoid the ghosts, head to the Greenwood Great House instead. It’s the former home of poet Elizabeth Barrett Brown’s ancestors.
• The Dunn’s River Falls are Jamaica’s number one attraction. The waterfalls here are terraced, like a giant flight of steps, and the safest way to get to the top is by holding the hands of fellow tourists and walking as a human chain.
• The Crocodile Nursery in Montego Bay makes for a great day out. The reptiles range in age from hatchlings to 5-year-olds, and the highlight of the day is feeding time, when you can watch the babies enjoying their lunch.

Montego Bay, Jamaica
Montego Bay, Jamaica

 

Montego Bay, Jamaica

Jamaica’s bubbly side is on show in Montego Bay. This lively north-coast town has a strip full of reggae bars and Caribbean restaurants, and you can dip in and out for rum cocktails and jerk chicken. Montego Bay’s biggest pull, though, is its coastline. The shores here are bracketed by clear blue waves and coconut palms.

• Rose Hall is one of the island’s first plantation houses, and locals swear it’s haunted by its former owner, the infamous White Witch. If you’d rather avoid the ghosts, head to the Greenwood Great House instead. It’s the former home of poet Elizabeth Barrett Brown’s ancestors.
• The Dunn’s River Falls are Jamaica’s number one attraction. The waterfalls here are terraced, like a giant flight of steps, and the safest way to get to the top is by holding the hands of fellow tourists and walking as a human chain.
• The Crocodile Nursery in Montego Bay makes for a great day out. The reptiles range in age from hatchlings to 5-year-olds, and the highlight of the day is feeding time, when you can watch the babies enjoying their lunch.

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Overview

Chasing the sun – leaving from Malaga sailing southwest to the Orchid Island of Madeira of the Azores before making the southern crossing to the warm Caribbean and finding landfall at the West Indian island of St. Lucia. With stops in the dreamy, tropical islands of Dominica, Grand Turk and finally, the blue waters of Montego Bay 

Itinerary
    • DAY 1

      Malaga, Costa Del Sol

       Departs: 22:00

    • DAY 2

      at sea…

    • DAY 3

      Funchal, Madeira

       Time in port: 08:00 – 18:00

    • DAY 4-8

      at sea

    • DAY 9

      St John’s, Antigua

      Time in port: 08:00 – 18:00

    • DAY 10

      at sea

    • DAY 11

      Amber Cove, Dominican Republic

       Time in port: 08:00 – 22:00

    • DAY 12

      Grand Turk, Turks And Caicos Islands

       Time in port: 08:00 – 20:00

    • DAY 13

      at sea

    • DAY 14

      Montego Bay, Jamaica

       Time in port: 08:00

  • Your baggage will be transferred to Montego Bay Airport for your departure to London aboard TUI Airways. The flight is overnight arriving London (Gatwick) late morning on Day 15 (17 February)
     
     
 
 
Fares
Inside 2-3    €1449
Inside 6-7-8    €1499
Inside Plus 7-8    €1559
Outside 2-3    €1599
Outside De Luxe 7-8    €1799
Balcony 6    €1859
Balcony De Luxe 7    €1929
Junior Suite 8    €1999
Grand Suite 8    €2329
Executive Suite 8    €2789
     
     
Single inside 3    €2249
Single outside 3    €2589

Prices are fully inclusive and include: 13 nights cruise from Malaga to Montego Bay, Jamaica; all drinks both alcoholic and non-alcoholic including coffees and cocktails; all gratuities; all meals and entertainment; transfer from ship to Montego Bay Airport; economy flights from Jamaica to Malaga via London; all taxes and port charges. Subject to availability at time of booking.

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EXPLORE THE SHIP

Our deck plan shows the different types of accommodation we offer. Spread out in a roomy Family Suite for seven people, or treat yourself to a swish Deluxe Cabin with floor-to-ceiling windows. If you want to go all out, go for the Royal Suite, which offers more in the way of luxury – there’s a separate bedroom area and a whirlpool bathtub.

 

Our deck plan shows the different types of accommodation we offer. Spread out in a roomy Family Suite for seven people, or treat yourself to a swish Deluxe Cabin with floor-to-ceiling windows. If you want to go all out, go for the Royal Suite, which offers more in the way of luxury – there’s a separate bedroom area and a whirlpool bathtub.

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Cruise Line  Marella Cruises 
Cruise Ship  Marella Discovery Cruise & Fly
Date  3 February 2021
From  Malaga
To  Malaga
Duration  14 nights fully inclusive holiday 
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