Experience a variety of exciting and interesting places around the Western Mediterranean with a cruise from Palma, Mallorca, while living a comfortable cruise life aboard the Thomson Majesty or TUI Discovery. Depending on which route you choose, you will experience everything from the beautiful islands of Corsica and Sicily to the big cities such as Naples, Rome and Barcelona.
Cruise only or cruise & stay / stay & cruise – the choice is yours!
The week-long cruises are based on Mallorca, and you choose if you want to book a flight only, cruise or combine with an extra week of sun and sea in Majorca. You may then choose which destinations and hotels you want in our extensive range on the island.
Relaxation and experiences
TUI Discovery is the company’s largest cruise ship, with fine cuisine, entertainment and excellent service on offer. On almost every day the ship is bound for a new port of call. You choose if you want to go on tour, stroll on your own or stay on board and relax by one of the two pool. The atmosphere onboard is cosy and snug and you have primarily British passengers for company.
Options for families and couples
This summer Thomson cruises offers both family-friendly cruises and selected departures only for adults. The latter applies for selected departures during the year, when passengers from 17 years upwards are welcome on board. For families all the Thomson cruise ships have a kids club, child friendly shore excursions and family friendly dining.
The ship’s public areas have large bars are perfect for mingling and cozy corners, perfect for a nightcap. Thomson Dream has four restaurants offering everything from round-the-open buffets or delicious a la carte dishes. Of the two pools have a retractable roof. The theatre, which is split between two floors – with a mix of chairs, booths and seating for two – feels like a little slice of London’s theatre district, West End, down to the sea.
Two different cruise itineraries
The two alternative routes cruise lets you experience the best around the western Mediterranean. The routes and their dates are below. Here’s a description of the program in brief:
You start with a visit to the versatile Sicily and then make a trip to Naples, where you have the opportunity to join a guided tour of Pompeii. Next, expect the eternal city of Rome and the French island of Corsica. The cruise ends with a visit to the tiny fishing village of Palamos on the Costa Brava coast of mainland Spain. From here it’s not far from Figueres to the famous Salvador Dalí Museum.
The cruise begins with a visit to the Italian Riviera, and then makes forays in Tuscany with exciting excursions to Florence and Pisa. Then you get the opportunity to visit two French beauties, Napoleon’s island of Corsica and Sète with exciting excursions in the Languedoc-Roussillon. The cruise ends with a full day of incredible Barcelona, before returning to Majorca.
See what’s included
The holiday price includes flights to and from Palma (lots of UK airports available), transport between airport and ship and full board (excluding beverages) on board. Possible supplements apply on cabin upgrades and certain flights.