Day 1 - Dover
Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home, for your journey to Dover, where our staff will greet you and assist with embarking Balmoral (3T+) in readiness for a late afternoon sailing.
Day 2 - At sea
Day 3 - La Coruña, Spain
Beautiful beaches, an impressive seafront promenade, and a host of historical attractions make La Coruña an absolute delight for sightseeing. The compact Ciudad Vieja, La Coruña’s old quarter, still shows signs of a long history, with remnants of the old Roman wall, the medieval Church of Santiago, and a grand square named after La Coruña's heroine - Maria Pita. The incredible Santiago de Compostela, the destination of many pilgrims, is just an excursion away.
Day 4 - Vigo
Home to one of the finest natural ports in the world, Vigo has been an important part of Spain’s maritime industry for centuries. Boasting an interesting historic quarter, modern marina and pretty centre, this city is packed full of attractions. The historic quarter - like many of Vigo’s other attractions - is a great example of the influence the sea has had on the city. In the newer part of town you’ll find La Colegiata de la Santa Maria la Mayor and the Pazo de Castrelos.
Day 5 - At sea
Day 6 - Cadiz
Cadiz hugs Andalucia’s sunlit Atlantic coast and is characterised by palm trees, lookout towers and weathered old buildings. From here you can take a full day tour to Seville, which warmly envelops visitors in its maze of courtyards, atmospheric old quarters and ornate churches and cathedrals. For those who wish to stay in the historic city of Cadiz, you can venture into the city square to marvel at the beautifully carved cathedral - keep an eye out for the burnt orange cupola that rests on its shoulders.
Day 7 - Lisbon, Portugal
Spread out over seven hills on the north of the River Tagus, Lisbon is a delightful mix of palaces, churches, art nouveau cafés, gardens, ancient castles and splendid bridges. These include the Ponte 25 de Abril - similar to the Golden Gate in San Francisco - and the Ponte Vasco da Gama, which includes over 11km of viaducts. There are many fascinating museums, including the National Museum of Contemporary Art and the National Coach Museum. It’s also a shopper’s paradise, with the biggest shopping mall on the Iberian Peninsula. Alternatively, search for bargains alongside the locals in the flea market at Campo de Santa Clara.
Day 8 - Leixões (for Porto)
Set on the banks of the River Douro, the UNESCO World Heritage City of Porto is truly beautiful, with pastel-fronted houses with red-tiled roofs, neo-classical buildings and wonderful Baroque churches. Famous for its port wine production, it is home to a host of renowned port producers, and you are free to visit a port wine farm, set in the stunning Douro Valley, or find their cellars lining Porto’s waterfront at the end of a day discovering the city’s highlights.
Days 9-10 - At sea
Day 11 Dover
Early this morning we arrive in Dover, disembarking after breakfast. You will be met and guided to your Titan vehicle, for the journey home.