One of Europes major cruise ports Barcelona is worth a couple of days spent exploring, sampling the food and visiting the shops. Easy to get around in and very walkable.
Useful Links For More Malaga Information Visiting the cruise port of Málaga Spain; where to go, what to see. The cruise pier, sites, transportation, facilities and more.
Mallorca is the largest of Spains Balearic Islands and a major vacation destination for many western and northern Europeans attracted to its beautiful beaches. Palma is an ancient port with architecture showing the influence of Christians and Moors in its castles, fortifications, cathedrals and in the winding streets of the old town. If you likeContinue reading “The Port of Palma de Mallorca”
Barcelona is one of the two largest cruise ports in the Mediterranean and is used as an embarkation port as well as a popular port of call. The city is a modern and historic place with a number of iconic neighborhoods and attractions. If you are cruising out of Barcelona do not miss the opportunityContinue reading “The Port of Barcelona”
A Day Trip From Barcelona If you are visiting Barcelona, Spain, we would recommend that you save a day for a trip to Montserrat. The mountain is home to great hiking trails, grand vistas along with a Basilica, monastery, convents, restaurants and two hotels. We visited on a tour arranged for us in BarcelonaContinue reading “Barcelona to Montserrat Mountain”
The Alcazaba fortress of Málaga, Spain This fortress palace, whose name in Arabic means citadel, is one of the city’s principle historical sites and is not only beautiful but holds commanding views of the city and harbor.,. The Alcazaba dates from the Muslim period and is located at the foot of the Gibralfaro hill, crownedContinue reading “The Land of El Cid and the Moors”