Canary Islands

Escape on a sun-soaked getaway to the picturesque Canary Islands, a cruise destination that promises a perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural charm, and relaxation.

Discover a beautiful archipelago with volcanic landscapes, golden beaches, and crystal-clear waters. Explore the vibrant cities of Las Palmas, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and Arrecife, where charming colonial architecture and lively markets beckon. Indulge in the local cuisine, savouring fresh seafood and delightful Canarian specialities. 

Immerse yourself in the diverse ecosystems of the islands, from the lush forests of La Palma to the otherworldly landscapes of Lanzarote’s Timanfaya National Park. With a mild year-round climate, the Canary Islands offer a sanctuary for sun-seekers and nature enthusiasts alike. Prepare to be enchanted by the beauty, tranquillity, and warm hospitality of the Canary Islands on an unforgettable cruise journey.

Ports you might visit

Barca d’Alva
Fuerteventura
Gran Canaria
La Palma
Lanzarote
Madeira
Porto
Régua
Tenerife

Barca d’Alva

This tranquil town is shadowed by mountains and surrounded by miles of gorgeous countryside filled with vineyards and orchards.
Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura

Puerto del Rosario is the capital of Fuerteventura, the second largest of the Canary Islands, at the eastern end of the archipelago. In May 2009 the island was declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO.
Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria

The Canary Islands have some of the most striking and diverse scenery of any islands on earth: dry volcanic deserts, a snow-capped mountain, lush fields with banana and pineapple plantations, plus spectacular beaches! Only 70 miles from the coast of Africa, the Canaries were a way station for Spanish galleons and Las Palmas was the provisioning stop for Columbus on all four of his voyages.
La Palma

La Palma

Nicknamed Isla Bonita or The Beautiful Island, La Palma is one of the smaller Canary Islands. It's capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma is a picturesque harbour located on the Eastern part of the island. The island's landscape is a product of the volcanic formation, with numerous beaches of black sand, mountainous terrain and rich plant life. The famous fashion designer Manolo Blahnik was born and raised here.
Lanzarote

Lanzarote

It's easy to understand why Lanzarote is so popular. It has so much to offer. Being a volcanic island, the scenery is lush and fertile making Fire Mountain and the curious vineyards at Le Geria must do visits. Timanfaya National Park is a vivid volcanic showcase. Here water poured into boreholes hisses back out as steam and you can feast on specialities cooked by the earth's heat.
Madeira

Madeira

You'll consider Madeira's reputation as the Garden Island' well founded, swathed in lush greenery which bears all manner of tropical fruits. For a thrilling overview, ascend by cable car to Monte, from whose delightful palace and gardens you can survey the orange rooftops below. The best way down again is by wicker toboggan, expertly steered by two gondoliers dressed in whites.
Porto

Porto

Portugal’s second largest city, Porto lends its name to the nation’s port wine.
Régua

Régua

The peaceful town of Peso da Régua, commonly known as Régua, overlooks the Douro River with the Serra do Marao mountains at its rear.
Tenerife

Tenerife

Beloved for its beaches, Tenerife also offers a feast for the eyes - in its numerous art galleries and museums or an incredibly panoramic cable car ascent of Mount Teide. Your ears will appreciate the sounds of the timple, a distinctive element of Canarian folk music. Perhaps even catch a recital at the striking wave-shaped Auditorio, home to the acclaimed Tenerife Symphony Orchestra.