Canary Islands Cruises - from palm trees to mountain landscapes
Vast sandy deserts cheek-by-jowl with lush, unspoilt natural scenes. From hustle-and-bustle to lonely beaches, vibrant nightlife to fascinating culture. All this and much more awaits you on a Canary Islands Cruise...
The Canary Islands Cruise - where it takes place and when to go
The Canary Islands are an archipelago under Spanish sovereignty in the Atlantic Ocean, which consists, among others, of the islands of Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, La Palma, El Hierro, Lanzarote, Tenerife and La Gomera. The Canaries, with their pleasant temperatures, can be visited all year round, although we particularly recommend the months between March and November.
Canary Islands Cruises - islands and tourist attractions
Take a Canary Islands Cruise and discover the allure of Gran Canaria. The main town of Las Palmas impresses with its historic old town, recognised as the island's historical and cultural centre. Numerous cultural events make visiting this lively town a particular experience.
It's then off to La Palma. This is a place which will thrill nature lovers in particular. The main town, Santa Cruz de la Palma, will delight you with its picturesque harbour and mighty volcanic crater, Caldereta.
Some Canary Islands Cruises will take you to Lanzarote. This island's natural profile is defined by bizarre volcanic landscapes. Take a stroll along the idyllic harbour of Arrecife, the main town, or head for the Timanfaya National Park.
Fuerteventura is a worthwhile destination for those just looking for relaxation, because the endless sandy beaches and weird-looking sand dune formations make it easy to let go of stresses and strains. Fans of water sport will get their money's worth here too. The main town, Puerto del Rosario, is home to a range of monuments which bear witness to the island's past.
You will be captivated by the diversity of the natural beauty of Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands. Recharge your batteries on one of the beaches straight out of paradise or stroll along the harbour of the main town, Santa Cruz de Tenerife. With its numerous pedestrian zones, the town offers a range of the very best shops, as well as being of great interest from a cultural point of view.
The Canary Islands Cruise - a journey with many faces
Whether you're a fan of watersports, an adventurer, a nature lover, or just looking to chill out - the Canary Islands cruise will fulfil your every desire and enrich your life with some moments that you are unlikely to forget...
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Riviera will start its first Caribbean cruise in Miami
Riviera, which is the newest ship of the Oceania Cruises company, will depart for the first winter cruise from Miami on November 29, 2012.
More cruises in Northern Europe
It is expected that 2012 will be one of the most successful season in the modern history of the cruise traveling for the Northern Europe region. The European Cruise Council (ECC) has estimated that the number of passengers in the current season will increase by 16% compared with 2011 and reach 1 million 490 thousand people.
Norwegian: free cruises for children
Norwegian Cruise Line, the third-largest cruise company in the world, announced a special offer ‚Äď ‚ÄúKids Sail Free‚ÄĚ. As part of the offer potential customers will be able to book on favorable terms cabins on the cruise ships for themselves and their children ‚Äď the third and fourth beds in the cabin for the children under 17 years can be booked for free.