Spain Our cruises from Spain will take you to some of the most historic and lavish destinations in Europe. In Barcelona you can marvel at Gaudi's inspiring architecture or feast on delicious tapas in a shaded pavement café; explore the city's many churches and cathedrals or hit the shops for a shot of Catalan style. On the island of Mallorca you can sip a jug of Sangria in one of Palma's waterfront cafés or head for the beach and stretch out on the sand. In Málaga, you can visit nearby Granada to see the world-famous Alhambra Palace, a masterpiece of Moorish art. Barcelona - Don't miss the wild and wonderful cathedral, Sagrada Família, Gaudi's unfinished masterpiece or a stroll down Las Ramblas, alive with street performers, buskers and artists.Málaga - Take a trip to nearby Nerja to see the impressive Prehistoric caves or take the kids on the wild rides at Tivoli World theme park.Palma - Be sure to get a photo of La Seu, the imposing 13th century Gothic cathedral then take a stroll around the cobbled streets of the picturesque old town. Search for cruises like this Alicante Alicante's most notable features are that of the Castle of Santa Bárbara, which sits high above the city, and the port of Alicante. The castle is situated on Mount Benacantil, overlooking the city. The promenade Explanada de España, lined by palm trees, is paved with 6.5 million marble floor tiles creating a wavy form and is one of the most lovely promenades in mainland Spain. For the people of Alicante, it is the meeting point in the evenings and a place where many concerts take place. At the end of the promenade is a monument by the artist Mark Hersch, who still lives in the city. Search for cruises like this Cruises from Barcelona Don't miss the wild and wonderful cathedral, Sagrada Familia, Gaudi's unfinished masterpiece or stroll down Las Ramblas, alive with street performers, buskers and artists. Beautiful Barcelona is famed for its individuality from the rest of the Spanish mainland along with its cultural interest and fascinating history. Everywhere there are archives, libraries, museums and unique Catalan masterpieces. Our cruises from Spain may depart form Barcelona, but we also give you the opportunity to visit the highlights of this amazing city. Barcelona Stay and Cruise To really get the most out of this fascinating city, you need to experience it by day and by night. That's why our 5 & 7 night cruises departing from Barcelona are specially designed to be combined with a city stay. Search for cruises like this Our selection of Stay and Cruise Hotels in Barcelona Include:Condes de Barcelona **** Situated on the famous Passeig de Gracia in the heart of Modernist Barcelona offering maximum comfort, the best in contempory design and cutting-edge technology. Atrium Place **** Located in the heart of Barcelona's most elegant downtown area, the Atrium Palace Hotel is just 150 metres from the Passeig de Gracia. Silken Diagonal **** Stands out for its modern architecture and fresh interior design. The bustling city centre, with the best shopping, restaurants and clubs, is only a few minutes away. El Palace Hotel Barcelona **** Totally refurbished in 2009, but still preserving the classic spirit that has always characterised this property, distinguished as a symbol of Barcelona's hotel tradition. Set in the heart of the city centre. Palma de Mallorca Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands, lined with stunning beaches and historic caves. Be sure to get a photo of La Seu, the imposing 13th century Gothic cathedral, then take a stroll around the cobbled streets of the picturesque old town. Hop on a bike and see the sights of the Bellver Castle, a wonderful medieval structure. Or test your nerves and explore the mysteries inside the famous Caves of Drach. Mallorca Stay and Cruise Why not extend your stay on the beautiful island of Mallorca. We have selected 3 fantastic hotels, all of which promise a realxing extension to your cruise. Search for cruises like this Our selection of Stay and Cruise Hotels in Palma de Mallorca Include:Pollentia Club Resort **** This attractive holiday village is a refuge of peace and tranquility in the north if the island. It offers a wide range of activities and sports for both children and adults to contribute to an unforgettable stay. Hotel Marina Luz ***** The Hotel Marina Luz is ideally located in the privileged setting off the Bay of Palma and was completely refurbished in 2008, under the concept of 'adults only'. Its exquisite personalised service gives the hotel the touch of ultimate luxury. Gran Camp De Mar **** This hotel has a privileged spot on the beach at Camp De Mar. Step inside the whitewashed building and you'll find a bright and airy space and sleek marble flooring. This hotel definitely has relaxtion in mind. Málaga Málaga's history spans about 2,700 years and is one of the oldest cities in the world. Take a trip to nearby Nerja to see the impressive Prehistoric caves or take the kids on the wild rides at Tivoli World theme park. No trip to Málaga would be complete without a visit to the Alhambra Palace, one of Spain's greatest architectural accomplishments. Málaga Stay and Cruise Extend your stay in Málaga for up to 7 nights to make the most of this fascinating southern Spanish province. We've selected 4 fantastic hotels for you to choose from. Search for cruises like this Our selection of Stay and Cruise Hotels in Málaga Include:Vincci Estrella Del Mar ***** Set in the heart of the Costa del Sol, in the area known as 'Elvira-Las Chapas'. Built in a modern Meditterranean style with Arab influence. AC Málaga Palicio **** In walking distance to may of Málaga's highlights and with unrivalled views over the harbour and other landmark buildings. Siroco Hotel **** Less than a mile from the beach. Take a dip in the swimming pool and relax in the jacuzzi before enjoying the terrace bar and excellent dining options. Amaragua **** All rooms have private balconies, most of which overlook the sea, the hotel's restaurant and terrace bar have stunning panoramic views of the Mediterranean. Seville Lying on the banks of Guadalquivir, Seville is a beautiful area with a wonderfully joyous atmosphere, where flamenco, bullfighting and fiesta are a way of life. Once you arrive, make your way to the old city to admire the Giralda Tower, built in 1248 by the city's Moorish conquerors. La Coruña A gateway to travellers for over 2000 years, this Galician city lives for the sea. explore the galleried fishermens' houses, the reason why it's known as the City of Glass. Then shop for antiques and beautifully handmade leather goods. And leave room for some delicious seafood tapas. Valencia Explore the stunning architecture, thoughout the old quarter including the famous Cathedral. Or head to the famous city beaches before relaxing in one of the beachfront bars and cafés.