A611C | Tenerife - Valletta | P&O Cruises Azura | 14th Mar 2026

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Day 0 - Tenerife, Spain

Tenerife, the largest of Spain's Canary Islands, offers visitors a diverse landscape, beautiful beaches, and vibrant local culture. Discover the stunning volcanic landscapes of Teide National Park, explore the picturesque village of La Orotava, or relax on the sun-kissed shores of Playa de las Americas. As a popular port of call for Canary Islands and Atlantic cruise itineraries, Tenerife provides visitors with an unforgettable experience of natural beauty, adventure, and warm island hospitality.

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Day 2 - Madeira, Portugal

Madeira, an enchanting archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean, is celebrated for its dramatic volcanic landscapes, lush subtropical forests, and vibrant local culture. Visit the vibrant capital city of Funchal, explore the natural wonders of the Laurissilva Forest, or sample the local delicacies and world-famous Madeira wine. As a popular port of call for various Atlantic and European cruise itineraries, Madeira provides visitors with a unique and captivating experience of Portugal's natural beauty and distinctive island charm.

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Day 4 - Fuerteventura, Spain

Fuerteventura, the second largest of Spain's Canary Islands, entices cruisers with its sun-drenched beaches, vibrant turquoise waters, and striking desert landscapes. Visit the Parque Natural de Corralejo for vast sand dunes and pristine beaches, or head south to the Parque Natural de Jandia for an unforgettable trek amongst rugged cliffs and volcanic craters. Experience traditional Canarian culture in the historic town of Betancuria, or indulge in local seafood specialties in the charming fishing village of El Cotillo. With over 150 beaches, you're sure to find the perfect spot to soak up the sun and enjoy the island's captivating beauty.

Day 5 - La Palma, Spain

La Palma, a captivating gem of Spain's Canary Islands, enchants cruisers with its volcanic landscapes, lush greenery, and idyllic beaches. Explore the stunning Caldera de Taburiente National Park, where you'll find lush forests, ravines, and the majestic mountain peak Roque de los Muchachos. Stroll through the picturesque old town of Santa Cruz de la Palma, where you can admire historic mansions, plazas, and standouts like the church of El Salvador. Relax on the black sand beaches, such as Playa de Los Cancajos, or embark on a hike through the volcanic landscapes of the Cumbre Vieja Natural Park.

Day 6 - 7 - Tenerife, Spain

Tenerife, the largest of Spain's Canary Islands, offers visitors a diverse landscape, beautiful beaches, and vibrant local culture. Discover the stunning volcanic landscapes of Teide National Park, explore the picturesque village of La Orotava, or relax on the sun-kissed shores of Playa de las Americas. As a popular port of call for Canary Islands and Atlantic cruise itineraries, Tenerife provides visitors with an unforgettable experience of natural beauty, adventure, and warm island hospitality.

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Day 10 - Cadiz, Spain

Cadiz, one of Europe's oldest cities, charms cruisers with its colorful streets, golden sand beaches, and rich historical heritage. Wander through the well-preserved Old Town with its picturesque plazas, winding cobblestone streets, and historic landmarks like the Cadiz Cathedral and the Roman Theatre. Experience the best of Andalusian cuisine at local tapas bars or visit the vibrant Central Market. Take a stroll along La Caleta beach and embrace the city's laid-back atmosphere as you soak up the balmy Mediterranean sun.

Day 11 - Gibraltar

Gibraltar, a British Overseas Territory located on the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula, offers visitors a unique mix of British and Mediterranean influences, fascinating history, and striking landscapes. Visit the awe-inspiring Rock of Gibraltar, explore the labyrinthine St. Michael's Cave, or observe the famous Barbary macaques in their natural habitat. As a port of call for Mediterranean and Atlantic cruise itineraries, Gibraltar provides a captivating and diverse experience for travelers.

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Day 13 - Valencia, Spain

Valencia, a vibrant city on Spain's eastern coast, offers visitors a fascinating mix of historic landmarks, modern architecture, and delicious local cuisine. Explore the iconic City of Arts and Sciences, discover the historic charms of the Old Town, or indulge in the famous paella at one of the city's many eateries. As a popular port of call for Mediterranean cruise itineraries, Valencia provides an engaging and authentic Spanish experience, showcasing the city's unique blend of history, innovation, and culinary delights.

Day 14 - Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona, a bustling city on the northeastern coast of Spain, boasts striking modernist architecture, lively art scene, and delicious local cuisine. Visit the iconic Sagrada Familia, explore the winding streets of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, or marvel at Park Güell's vibrant mosaic creations. As a popular departure and arrival port for Mediterranean cruises, Barcelona invites visitors to dive into its rich history, dazzling art, and captivating local culture.

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Day 16 - Naples, Italy

Naples, a bustling city on Italy's southern coast, offers visitors a captivating mix of historic landmarks, beautiful landscapes, and delicious Neapolitan cuisine. Discover the ancient ruins of Pompeii, venture into the subterranean catacombs of San Gennaro, or savor a slice of authentic Margherita pizza. As a popular port of call for Mediterranean cruise itineraries, Naples serves as a gateway to the Amalfi Coast and provides an unforgettable introduction to Italian history, culture, and flavors.

Day 17 - Palermo, Italy

Palermo, the captivating capital of Sicily, offers cruisers a blend of rich history, intriguing architecture, and vibrant Mediterranean culture. Explore the city's bustling streets and visit iconic sites like the Palermo Cathedral, the Royal Palace of Palermo, and the Teatro Massimo opera house. Uncover the city's diverse architectural styles in attractions like the Norman Palace, Quattro Canti square, or the mesmerizing Capuchin Catacombs. Savor Palermo's authentic Sicilian cuisine, including flavorful arancini, fresh seafood, and indulgent cannoli. Palermo's fascinating history, delectable culinary treats, and lively atmosphere promise an unforgettable Italian experience.

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Day 19 - Valletta, Malta

Valletta, the historic capital of Malta, is known for its well-preserved architecture, stunning views, and rich cultural heritage. Visit the impressive St. John's Co-Cathedral, explore the ancient city walls, or discover the beautiful Upper Barrakka Gardens overlooking the Grand Harbour. As a popular port of call for Mediterranean cruise itineraries, Valletta offers visitors a captivating experience of Malta's unique blend of history, beauty, and charm.

Your Ship: Azura

The Azura, operated by P&O Cruises, is a marvel of modern cruising, offering an array of bars, restaurants, sports and spa facilities, and unique features. With a capacity for 3,096 passengers and a crew of 1,226, the Azura is a floating city of luxury and entertainment. The ship's itineraries include the Canary Islands and the Mediterranean, offering a diverse range of destinations. Onboard, passengers can enjoy a variety of dining options, entertainment venues, and relaxation areas, making a voyage on the Azura a truly unforgettable experience.

3,100

Guests

1,250

Crew

290ft

Length


Azura Rooms

Balcony

The Balcony staterooms on the Azura come in three main types: Aft Penthouse Suite, Balcony Suite, and Balcony Cabin. The Aft Penthouse Suite can accommodate up to 4 passengers, has a cabin size of 410 ft2, and a balcony size of 180 ft2. The Balcony Suite can also accommodate up to 4 passengers, has a cabin size of 330 ft2, and a balcony size of 165 ft2. The Balcony Cabin can accommodate up to 4 passengers, has a cabin size of 165 ft2, and a balcony size of 45 ft2. These rooms are designed to provide passengers with their own private outdoor space where they can enjoy panoramic views of the ocean and fresh sea air.

Inside

The Interior cabins on the Azura can accommodate up to 4 passengers and have a cabin size of 165 ft2. There are also Studio Single cabins designed specifically for solo travelers with a cabin size of 140 ft2. These rooms are designed to be comfortable and efficient, offering cozy beds, a private bathroom, and storage space for personal items.

Ocean

The Oceanview cabins on the Azura can accommodate up to 4 passengers and have a cabin size of 165 ft2. These rooms are designed to provide passengers with a window with a view of the ocean, allowing for natural light and views of the sea and ports. Some of these cabins have obstructed views due to safety equipment or lifeboats.

Suite

The Suites on the Azura come in two main types: Aft Penthouse Suite and Balcony Suite. The Aft Penthouse Suite can accommodate up to 4 passengers, has a cabin size of 410 ft2, and a balcony size of 180 ft2. The Balcony Suite can also accommodate up to 4 passengers, has a cabin size of 330 ft2, and a balcony size of 165 ft2. Suite accommodations have 2 twin beds (convertible to king), a bathroom with a separate shower, full-size whirlpool tub, dual sink, and other amenities. These rooms are the most luxurious accommodation option on the ship, offering additional amenities and services such as separate living and sleeping areas, larger bathrooms, walk-in closets, and concierge or butler service.