Day 1: SEVILLEPassengers are welcome to board our ship at 5:00 p.m. After comfortably settling into your cabins, we'll introduce our crew at a welcome cocktail. The evening is free to do as you please.
Day 2: SEVILLE - Córdoba - SEVILLEJoin us on a guided tour of Cordoba, once part of the Caliphate of Cordoba (driving time is approximately 2 hours round trip). Afterwards, we'll return to Seville.
Day 3: SEVILLE - CADIZJoin us on a guided tour of Seville on foot. This afternoon, we'll start cruising past the Doñana National Park, designated as a World Heritage Site and a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. We'll reach Cádiz in the evening and set out on a tour of Cádiz by night in the company of our hostess.
Day 4: CADIZ - EL PUERTO DE SANTA MARIAWe'll set out on an excursion to Jerez and visit a stud farm that raises magnificent Andalusian horses, and we’ll enjoy a presentation of the equestrian arts the country is famous for. This afternoon, join us on a guided tour of Cádiz on foot. Rising from rock and completely surrounded by the sea, a thin sandbank connects this fortified town with the mainland. Afterwards, we'll cruise towards El Puerto de Santa Maria. Enjoy an evening of traditional Flamenco dancing on board.
Day 5: EL PUERTO DE SANTA MARIA - ISLA MINIMAWe'll tour the Osborne cellar and taste local wines* in the company of our hostess. Afterwards, we'll cruise towards Isla Minima. We'll tour a genuine Andalusian hacienda located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, followed by an equestrian show. We'll return on board and start sailing towards Seville.
Day 6: SEVILLE - Granada - SEVILLEToday, join us on a guided tour of Granada (driving time is approximately 3 hours round trip). This grandiose city owes its prestige to its Moorish monuments, especially the Alhambra: a palace straight out of the 1001 nights. Discover the Generalife, a pleasure palace with attached romantic gardens. After our tour, we'll return to Seville.
Day 7: SEVILLEThis morning's included excursion: The Wharf of the Caravels. Leave for a guided visit of the Gothic-Mudéjar style Franciscan monastery built between the 14th and 15th centuries. Christopher Columbus stayed here while preparing his departure for the New World. A fresco by Daniel Vázquez Díaz, created in 1930, illustrates the sailor’s saga and reminds us of his historic role. Throughout the centuries, the monastery has grown and expanded. We will then head to the Wharf of the Caravels, where the great explorer set out on August 3, 1492. Life-size replicas of the famous Pinta, Nina, and Santa Maria ships await you.
We will return to Seville. Free afternoon in Seville. Take advantage of this time to discover the city at your own pace. We suggest a stroll through Maria Luisa Park or the historic center to take in the full ambiance of the city.
Tonight is our festive gala evening.
Day 8: SEVILLEEnjoy one last buffet breakfast on board before disembarking at 9:00 a.m. End of our services.