Cádiz Cruises

Cadiz Cruise

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Cádiz, an old Spanish settlement in Andalusia, is characterised by a multitude of historical watchtowers. The port city rewards its visitors with excellent beaches, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, ancient cathedrals, and a fascinating old town. This MSC Mediterranean Cruises destination is a gateway to spectacular Seville. Further afield, discover the dazzling White Villages of Andalusia high up in the hills.

MSC Cruises excursions offer plenty of exciting things to see including:

• Seville
• Cadiz and the Flamenco show
• Legendary white villages of Andalusia

Visit the stunning city of Seville on an MSC Cruises excursion to immerse yourself in its colour and culture. Stop at Saint Mary of the See, the Gothic Cathedral, before exploring the charming streets and patios of the old Jewish Quarter. Call by the Alcázar, the ancient royal palace, to glimpse a fine example of Mudéjar architecture. Next, explore Maria Luisa's Park and the iconic Plaza de España, before joining the locals for a drink and some tapas.

After docking the port of Cádiz, explore the city and savour its rich history. The city is home to one of the oldest Spanish settlements and is located in the heart of Costa De Luz. Choose an MSC excursion to explore the city’s Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassical elements. Keeping the best until last, the tour highlight is a live flamenco show. This authentic demonstration of Andalusia's traditional dance ends your tour before returning you to your ship.

See the legendary White Villages of Andalusia on an MSC Cruises excursion. Visit the ancient hilltop city of Medina Sidonia, where you’ll enjoy a guided tour along cobbled passageways. Marvel at the town’s ancient castle, medieval walls, and charming whitewashed houses. Then, continue your adventure at Arcos de La Frontera, a village perched on a limestone promontory. An electric train will take you to the town centre, where you’ll wander a labyrinth of streets filled with Arabic-influenced architecture. Finally, enjoy some free time further exploring before returning to the port.

Cruises from / to Cadiz (Seville) in 2024