Paul Gauguin Cruises, operator of the highest-rated and longest continually sailing luxury cruise ship in the South Pacific, the m/s Paul Gauguin, and the 88-guest m/v Tere Moana, reveals a new 7-night Cadiz, Spain, to Lisbon, Portugal, itinerary on The Moana.
Departing from Cadiz, one of the oldest cities in Europe, The Moana sails the scenic Mediterranean coast of Spain, visiting Motril in the Andalucian province of Granada, then Malaga, Spain, capital of the sunny Costa del Sol. Next, is the British stronghold of Gibraltar en route to Portugal. The Moana then calls on Portimao in the Algarve region–with whitewashed villages and almond groves and home to some of the finest beaches in Europe–before venturing to the seaside resort of Cascais, Portugal. The voyage concludes in Lisbon, one of the most beautiful capital cities in the world.
The Moana features 44 luxurious, oceanview staterooms including eight with balconies. Two elegant dining venues incorporate regionally infused cuisine of destinations visited. In the evenings, guests can also savor menu specialties designed by celebrity chef Jean-Pierre Vigato, Chef Proprietaire of the Michelin-rated Restaurant Apicius in Paris. After a day of adventure in port, live piano music and cocktails are offered at night at Le Salon. The ship’s spacious outdoor decks provide stunning views, chaise lounges, a pool, pool bar, whirlpool, and Balinese sun beds. A spa and fitness center are also available aboard The Moana.
Cruise fares start from $1,995 per person, based on double occupancy, for the November 22, 2015, 7-night Cadiz, Spain, to Lisbon, Portugal, sailing. The Moana’s all-inclusive fare offers deluxe oceanview staterooms; all shipboard dining; complimentary beverages including select wines and spirits, beer, soft drinks, bottled water, and hot beverages served throughout the ship; and onboard gratuities for room stewards and dining staff.
For information and reservations for Paul Gauguin Cruises, contact a professional travel agent, call 800-848-6172, or visit www.pgcruises.com.
SOURCE Paul Gauguin Cruises