the itinerary 

Málaga is the perfect basis to visit the Andalusian jewels of Granada and Ronda. Sail through the Strait of Gibraltar, and enter into the Atlantic Ocean.

From the magnificent Cádiz, you can easily reach the spectacular Seville,
the capital of Andalusia. Charming and trendy Ibiza never disappoints,
before heading to Valencia, with its amazing ancient city
and modern architecture.


9th-16th July 2016

Day Destination Arrival Departure
Saturday Barcelona   18:00
Sunday at sea    
Monday Málaga 09:00  19:30
Tuesday Cádiz 08:00  21:00
Wednesday at sea    
Thursday Ibiza 11:00  00:30
Friday Valencia 11:00  19:00
Saturday Barcelona 09:00  


day 1


Perhaps the most gay-friendly city in Europe, the Catalan capital offers visitors a rich mix of unique textures, sights and experiences. 

Lose yourself in the winding, medieval streets of Barrio Gótico. 

Marvel at world-renowned architectural treasures like Gaudí’s Guëll Park,
as well as striking contemporary creations like Aqbar Tower.

Show off your latest swimwear on the gay beaches
of Barceloneta or Mar Bella.

Warm nights bring the city alive, so slip into a local bar to sample the tapas and hit the Eixample neighbourhood and
discover why it’s also called “Gayxample”. 

 must see

 + Sagrada Familia (Gaudí)             
 + Cable car from Montjuïc to Barceloneta 
 + La Boqueria market 


 + Plan to stay extra days before and after the cruise; the city is worth it!
 + Barcelona is big. Buy a “one day” metro ticket,
    take the hop-on hop-off bus or rent a bicycle.

day 2

At Sea


Slow down. Relax. Maybe visit the gym.
lay in the sun. Dangle your feet in the pool,
or enjoy one of the activities:
Mister The Cruise Election, games, cinema,...
Meet new friends…and get ready for the T-Dance Party!

 must do

 + An early morning yoga session under the sun
 + Offer yourself a spa treatment
 + Try the climbing wall


day 3



With a population of almost 600.000, it is the second most populous city
of Andalusia, and the southernmost large city in Europe.

The tastefully restored historic center is a delight:
its Gothic cathedral is surrounded by narrow pedestrian streets
flanked by traditional and modern bars, and shops that range
from family owned, to urban-chic and contemporary.

 Very recently the Centre Pompidou Málaga was opened,
and another very interesting museum is the one dedicated
to Picasso, who was born in this city. 

 must do

 + Walking tour: new port, Calle Larios, Mercado Central,
    Cathedral, Roman Theatre, Alcazaba

 + Climb up to the Gibralfaro castle and enjoy the panoramic view


 + start the day with the visit of Ronda or Granada,
    and end with a walking tour in Malaga
 + try the local “fritura Malagueña”: all kinds of fried fish.

day 4



Enjoying a unique site—on a narrow peninsula, Cádiz is,
in most respects, a typically Andalusian city with a wealth of
attractive vistas and well-preserved historical landmarks.

While the Old City's street plan, consists of narrow winding alleys
connecting large plazas, the newer areas of Cádiz
displays wide avenues and modern buildings.

 The city is brighten with numerous parks where exotic plants flourish,
next to giant trees, supposedly brought to Spain by Columbus from the New World, since Cádiz was the port from which he was sailing out.

 must do

+ Spectacular Seville, the capital of Andalusia, with all its grandeur
+ Typical Jerez de la Frontera, the city of sherry wine and horses,
   and visit one of the bodegas and ranches


+ Start the day with the visit of Jerez or Seville,
    and end with a walking tour in Cádiz
+ Try the typical “tortillita de camarones”:
   a deep fried crêpe with little shrimps

day 5

At Sea


Luxuriate in a long day to hang out with your new friends,
enjoy the beauty of the wide blue sea
and take full advantage of all the ship has to offer.

 must do

 + Participate to the hilarious "High Heels Run"
 + Gather contact information from your new friends

day 6



This relatively small island has become famous for
its associations with gay tourism and nightlife.

It is well known for its summer club parties and beaches.
Less known is its nice countryside,
home to old and new generations of hippies.

And last but not least: the beautiful Old Town
is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 must see

+ Es Cavallet gay beach with its crystalline clear waters
+ Climb up to the cathedral and
    have a panoramic view over the city and the island
+ Have a drink on the terraces along the old city walls


+ Start the day with the beach
+ After sunset: visit the Old Town with
   its many restaurants, gay bars and terraces

day 7



Valencia has a very rich history, with its Golden Age as a climax
(XVth Century), in which culture and the arts flourished.

Such a heritage is reflected by a multitude of impressive
buildings and monuments:
the Cathedral, Palau de la Generalitat,
La Llotja de la Seda (UNESCO World Heritage Site),only to name a few.

Valencia is also very famous for the City of Arts and Sciences, 
designed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela,
one of the jewels of contemporary architecture.

 must do

+ Old city town in between the walls
+ Valencia is the hometown of the paella!


+ Visit the old town first. If you start with the City of Arts and Sciences
   which is large complex of 5 buildings, you might have not enough time
   to enjoy the historic area, which is even more amazing.