Discover the Canaries from Southampton
£2349 per person
12 Nights Tour
Departure Southampton - Southampton
Departure Time Embark / 3:00PM
Return Time Disembark / 9:00AM
Dress Code There isn't a specific day time dress code onboard Royal Caribbean cruises. Cruisers are able to wear whatever they feel comfortable in. Shorts, jeans, and casual tops are all acceptable.
DAY 1 - Southampton -Time at Port: from 5:30 AM to 5 PM
The UK’s largest cruise port and where many will begin their cruise holiday, Southampton has no shortage of maritime and historical attractions. Discover local landmarks on a walking tour including 30 ancient monuments, learn about the tragic story of the Titanic and escape to the great outdoors at the New Forest National Park.
With numerous options for seafood dining and even a free art gallery, Southampton is an undoubtedly great destination for a pre- or post cruise stay.
DAY 2 At Sea -You will be at sea on day 2 while travelling from Southampton to Vigo.
DAY 3 - Vigo -Time at Port: from 8 AM to 5 PM
Home to the largest fishing fleet in Europe, you’ll find some of the best seafood you’ve ever tasted here in Vigo. With lush mountain landscapes providing the perfect backdrop, this city boasts a combination of ancient architecture, contemporary attractions and beautiful natural spaces to explore.
Venture further afield to the Cíes Islands for some of the best white-sand beaches and scenic hiking in Spain.
DAY 4 Lisbon - Time at Port: from 8 AM to 7 PM
The largest and capital city of Portugal, and one of the oldest cities in the world, Lisbon is an idyllic cruise holiday destination, offering attractions to suit all interests.
From ancient forts to artistic neighbourhoods and the breath-taking Jerónimos Monastery, this port of call has plenty to explore.
Families will love to discover the many species at the Oceanarium, while couples will love an escape to the charming town of Sintra to explore the castle.
DAY 5 At Sea -You will be at sea on day 5 while travelling from Lisbon to Arrecife, Lanzarote.
DAY 6 Arrecife, Lanzarote Time at Port: from 8 AM to 6 PM
The capital of Lanzarote, Arrecife’s cosmopolitan city holds many hidden gems of history among its backstreets.
After beginning as a small fishing village in the 15th century, it is now home to high-end shopping and boutiques, traditional Spanish cuisine, a beautiful sandy beach and gorgeous monuments.
Whether you’re here to shop until you drop or are looking to uncover the old history of Arrecife, there’s plenty to do in this quickly-growing capital.
DAY 7 Las Palmas, Gran Canaria - Time at Port: from 8 AM to 6 PM
Home to one of Europe’s most famous beaches as well as an abundance of historic architecture and natural beauty, Las Palmas is much more than just a place for fun in the sun.
Hike the breath-taking Bandama Caldera crater, discover the interactive Elder Museum of Science and Technology, or for those just looking to relax, grab a lounger and top up your tan on the beach, or visit the high-end boutiques and shop until you drop.
DAY 08 - Santa Cruz, Tenerife -Time at Port: from 8 AM to 5 PM
Tenerife’s capital city, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, is a hub of lively locals, beautiful architecture, traditional tapas and, of course, sun-soaked beaches. Whether you’re looking for a lazy afternoon spent on golden sand, or are eager to participate in one of the biggest carnivals in the world,
Santa Cruz will not disappoint. Put on your dancing shoes, let down your hair and get ready to enjoy this laid-back lifestyle.
DAY 9 Funchal, Madeira -Time at Port: from 8 AM to 4 PM
This lush, green city found in the south of Madeira is a haven of relaxation, outdoor activities and beautiful gardens.
For the most adventurous, visitors will love diving in the crystal-clear sea, catching some waves and even swimming with dolphins, while those looking to take things at a slower pace can enjoy whale watching.
One of the most popular events in Funchal is the yearly New Year’s Eve Fireworks display, which is one of the largest in the world.
DAY 10 - At Sea - You will be at sea on day 10 while travelling from Funchal, Madeira to La Coruna.
DAY 12 - At Sea - You will be at sea on day 12 while travelling from La Coruna to Southampton.
DAY 11 - La Coruna - Time at Port: from 11 AM to 7 PM
Whether you’re looking to top up your tan on the beach with shops and restaurants just a short walk away, or looking to explore fascinating museums and ancient castles, La Coruna offers attractions for everyone.
This trendy and modern city features a busy hub in the centre with an abundance of dining and shopping, as well as unique moments such as the Tower of Hercules. From here, enjoy the sweeping views out to sea – and don’t forget your camera!
DAY 13 - Southampton disembark
Golf in Tenerife
One of the most historic and culturally diverse continents globally, Europe is where the game of golf began and has expanded into a multi-million-pound industry.
It is unsurprising to learn that it doesn’t get better than a golf break in Europe, especially when you’ve got an outstanding choice of legendary golfing nations each with their own unique character and feel.
Golf in Lisbon
The Portuguese capital of Lisbon is a fantastic choice for a golf holiday in Portugal.
The surrounding countryside and suburbs of the capital are teeming with some truly outstanding courses.
Plus, with a plentiful choice of luxury hotel and resort accommodation, superb nightlife, excellent transport links, and a plethora of bars and restaurants, there really is no better choice than a Lisbon golf holiday.
Golf in Lazarote
Lanzarote has a small yet strong golf offering with just two courses on the island and could be considered as the hidden gem of the Canary Islands. As with all the Canary Islands, Lanzarote has favourable golfing conditions year-round making it a great destination for a winter escape.
Play Costa Teguise and stay in one of the many four and five-star hotels and resorts for a memorable golf holiday in Lanzarote.
Golf in Gran Caneria
Gran Canaria, a golfing paradise, is another of Spain’s Canary Islands, located off the coast of north-west Africa and famous for its volcanic origin.
Due to the island’s location and climate, it is one of the top golfing destinations and has produced eight stunning golf courses.
Play on the volcanic soils high up in the island and next to the brilliantly blue ocean for a memorable golf holiday in Gran Canaria.