Embark on an incredible voyage through the Western Mediterranean aboard the fantastic Royal Caribbean Harmony of the Seas.
- Return flights from Dublin to Barcelona
- Return transfers from airport to port
- 7 nights onboard Royal Caribbean’s 4* Harmony of the Seas based on 2 adults and 2 children sharing
- Excellent dining on a full board basis while onboard
- Varied onboard entertainment
- Kids clubs and fun family activities
- 20kg check-in bag per adult
Departing from Barcelona, you will visit the beautiful Balearic island of Mallorca before cruising to Marseille in the beautiful Provence region of France. You will then stop at La Spezia in Italy, a fine town in it’s old rights right but also a stopping off point for trips to Florence and Pisa. Your next stop is Civitavecchia, the local port to Rome before you call into Naples and finally return to Barcelona.
Harmony of the Seas
It’s one of the world’s largest cruise ships, and it’s filled with family-friendly adventures to match.
What do you get when you combine one of the biggest ships in the world with some of the boldest thrills at sea? A gravity defying, status-quo denying, electrifying expedition onboard Harmony of the Seas® that will set a new standard for family vacations. From first-at-sea feats to the favorites you know and love, you’ll find so many ways to make memories onboard — like the tallest slide at sea, Ultimate Abyss℠, deck-defying stunts at the AquaTheater, and the robot-helmed Bionic Bar. Not to mention dazzling Broadway performances and globetrotting gastronomic experiences that go from Asia to the Mediterranean, and beyond.
Booking RemarksNon refundable or transferable booking deposit €250 per person
Upgrade to All-Inclusive Drinks Package available on request
Optional Insurance €29 (conditions apply)
Gratuities are not included
These prices are guidelines only and are subject to change and availability. Pricing will be confirmed at time of booking.
Following your flight from Dublin, you will be transferred to the port to board the 4* Harmony of the Seas. Once you are settled the cruise ship will cast off that evening.
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Palma is a stunner. Rising in honey-coloured stone from the broad waters of the Badia de Palma, this enduring city dates back to the 13th-century Christian reconquest of the island, and to the Moors, Romans and Talayotic people before that. A richly studded diadem of historical sites, Palma also shelters a seemingly endless array of galleries, restaurants, craft studios and bars – it’s without doubt Mallorca’s greatest treasure. Wander in any direction from the awe-inspiring Gothic Catedral at its geographic and historical heart and you’ll find bent medieval streets lined with aristocratic townhouses, looming baroque churches, teeming public squares, vibrant bohemian neighbourhoods and markets overflowing with all the bounty of the island. You could spend weeks in this city alone, and still uncover fresh joys every day.
Whether it is basking in the Mediterranean sunshine or being cooled by the famous Mistral wind France’s second largest city and the capital of the Provence- Côte d’Azur region, is always a fascinating place to visit and a wonderful place for a leisurely lunch.
As France’s most important port, Marseille boasts connections with Africa, Italy and Spain. The strong mistral wind blows away all traces of pollution and provides a clarity of air so pure that many famous artists have been attracted to the city: Cézanne; Braque; Derain; Dufy and Marquet.
La Spezia, Italy
The port at the head of the majestic Gulf of La Spezia, an impressively sweeping panorama of islands and rough headlands renamed the Gulf of the Poets, is workaday La Spezia. A major naval and shipbuilding centre, it has a fine art gallery, the Museo Amedeo Lia, probably the finest collection of medieval and Renaissance art you can enjoy on a holiday to Liguria.
Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy
The port of Civitavecchia is one of the largest in Italy. Civitavecchia enjoys a millenary history due to its coves along the coast, which offered a perfect shelter for vessels, making it a natural port long before cruise ships sailed the seas, and in fact the port was known to the Romans as Centumcellae. During your holiday in Civitavecchia you can easily visit its centre on foot. Amongst the most important monuments to visit are the Forte Michelangelo, built by Bramante in the 16th century, the ancient walls of the old port, where there is a fountain in travertine marble by Vanvitelli, and the Rock, an inexpugnable fortress that has been looming over the city and port for over a thousand years.
While Milan may be home to all things chic, Florence to all that is worthy in art and Rome to historical grandeur, Naples can outdo them all in one count with its sheer ‘Napoletanità’!
Naples offers a mix of breathtaking beauty and a strong sense of life being lived to its limits.
Squeezed between Vesuvius, Europe’s second-largest active volcano on one side and the sulphurous springs and boiling mud pools of the Flegrean fields on the other, Naples and its famous blue bay is a ‘must-see’ city along your cruise.
Following your incredible cruise holiday, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight home to Dublin.