Mediterranean & Europe
Canarian Flavours Cruise
From €1173pp including flights
- Depart From
- Fly from Dublin, sail from Tenerife
- Departure Date
- Departures throughout winter
- 7 nights
- Canary Islands & Madeira
- From €1173pp including flights
Ports of call: Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife; Las Palmas, Gran Canaria; San Sebastian, La Gomera; Funchal, Madeira; Arrecife, Lanzarote; Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura; Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife
Fly from Dublin to Tenerife and board the Marella Explorer for a seven-night cruise of the Canary Islands and Madeira.
Santa Cruz is one of the Canary Islands’ biggest hitters. It shares its capital city title with Las Palmas, on the neighbouring island of Gran Canaria, and more than lives up to the role.In the space of just a few streets, the bustling port area melts into an inviting old town.
La Gomera is the Canary Islands stripped bare. Its beaches are quiet, its villages are sleepy and its countryside is fleeced with forests and dramatic mountain ridges. The catalogue of valleys and ravines make the island an obvious choice for walkers. But trekking isn’t the only activity on offer here. Scuba divers can swim through bath-warm waters as they search for tuna, parrotfish and trumpet fish.
Sweeter than wine, Madeira’s a fine excuse to binge on beautiful scenery to your heart’s content. Funchal is the island’s capital, a bewitching collection of cobbled streets, quaint museums and buzzing café and restaurant life.
Las Palmas, Gran Canaria-Golden dunes drenched in year-round sunshine. Rugged mountains hiding pretty whitewashed villages. Bays and coves linked together like a magnificent sandy necklace. Nature’s been kind to Gran Canaria so little surprise it lures sun-worshippers back year after year.
Day 1: Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife
Day 2: Las Palmas, Gran Canaria
Day 3: San Sebastian, La Gomera
Day 4: Funchal, Madeira
Day 5: At sea
Day 6: Arrecife, Lanzarote
Day 7: Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura
Day 8: Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife
The Marella Explorer steps up to the plate, with a bumper batch of 10 restaurants and 10 bars. There are fleet favourites like Snack Shack and Kora La, plus brand new spaces like The Dining Club for foodies and a swanky bar, club and casino. The highlights don't stop at food and drink, though. There's also an indoor cinema, a Sports & Family Deck and a Champneys spa, where you can sign up for everything from body-balancing acupuncture and slimming treatments to body wraps and facials.
- Decks: 13
- Cabins: 962
- Restaurants: 10
- Bars: 10
- Pools: 1
- Lifts: 10
The entertainment onboard Marella Explorer doesn’t disappoint. Not only does it have the biggest ever Broadway Show Lounge, it also boasts the flash, new Indigo bar, club and casino. Alternatively, you can listen to live music in The Lounge – a stylish space with a bright-pink piano and colour-changing bar.
- The Lounge
A colour-changing feature bar, hot-pink piano and funky, ring-shaped seats take their place in this eye-catching lounge bar. You can admire the views, while listening to the soothing soundtrack of the live pianist.
The clue’s in the name here. This bar is right next to Latitude 53, so it’s perfectly placed for some pre-dinner drinks.
- The Shack
This deck bar provides cool-down drinks, like frozen cocktails, in between sunbathing. You’ll find it just above Snack Shack, overlooking the pool.
- Bar @ The Mediterranean
This feature bar wraps around The Mediterranean – running from the inside to the outside. It’s the place to come for Mediterranean specialities, as well as your usual drinks and frozen cocktails. If you choose a seat outside, you'll get impressive sea views, since the terrace is positioned right at the back of the ship.
- Indigo Bar
Indigo lays claim to the longest bar in the fleet. Flare demonstrations and cocktail-making sessions are often on the cards here. There's also plenty of seating around the bar’s edge, where you can take in the 360-degree views – day or night. After dark, the menus light up, showing off around-the-world themed cocktails, like Thai Punch and Jamaican Me Crazy.
- Broadway Show Lounge
With a capacity of 1,000 people, this show lounge is big enough to rival a Broadway theatre. And that’s not all it’s got going for it. There are 12 brand-new shows on offer, plus you'll be handed a drink on arrival.
- Indigo Casino
If you’re feeling lucky, you can try out the slot machines and card tables at the Indigo Casino.
- Indigo Club
You’ll find the club in the middle of Indigo, flaunting a dancefloor and a DJ booth. It's where silent discos and Eighties or Nineties-themed nights take place.
Champagne and Prosecco are on the menu at this speakeasy-style bar. It’s a great spot to head before or after a meal at one of the speciality restaurants.
- Squid & Anchor
Our first pub at sea is a modern take on a traditional British boozer. There are two bars to pick from – one deals in premium gins and whiskies, which are chargeable. Plus, this place is home to a live band and quiz nights.
- Departure 2nd February 2024 from €1173pp
Price is per person, based on 2 adults sharing, and includes:
- Rerturn flights from Dublin
- Checked luggage
- Return airport transfers
- 7 night all-inclusive Canarian Flavours cruise onboard Marella Explorer, in an inside cabin
- All inclusive cruise means: cruise transfers, meals, drinks, tips & service charges are all included as standard
Please ask us about adding great value:
- Travel insurance
- Upgrade your cabin type
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