There’s still time to book a Mediterranean escape this November

While many cruise lines have concluded their sailings in the Mediterranean, Pullmantur Cruises is still scheduled to offer two more before the end of the season. This means you can embark on a quick escape without having to travel too far from home and are guaranteed to be left feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

From the sun-kissed islands of Malaga and Sardinia, to the historically significant cities of Rome and Pisa; you can embark on an insightful and relaxing journey. Furthermore, you will be able to enjoy it all in the comfort of Horizon, which offers a wealth of amenities and comfortable staterooms that will help you to feel at home.

And, with Pullmantur Cruises’ all-inclusive package, you can relax safe in the knowledge that all drinks, meals, port taxes, on board entertainment and much more is included. We take a look some of the reasons to embark on an autumn Mediterranean escape with Pullmantur Cruises.

Beach relaxation


No autumn escape to the Mediterranean would be complete without the opportunity to relax on one of the many fine beaches available. Starting in the renowned city of Alicante, you will be more than impressed with the variety available. The fine sands of Postiguet beach offer a great place for both locals and visitors to relax, swim in the clear waters or play a game of volleyball.

The second port of call is Malaga, which is also renowned for its wide selection of golden beaches. One of the easiest beaches to access is La Malagueta, which offers the perfect place for a day of relaxation in the sun. Head further east along the waterfront, however, and you will reach an array of quieter beaches that offer a sense of peaceful tranquillity.

City exploration

Colosseum, Rome

It goes without saying that Italy is one of the most historically significant cities on earth, receiving visitors from around the world all-year-round. Docking in Civitavecchia, you will be only a short transfer away from the impressive Italian capital of Rome. Here, you can visit world-renowned sites including the Colosseum, the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Vatican City and much more.

Further north, the port of Livorno offers a point of access to the historically significant city of Pisa – which is home to one of the world’s most recognisable landmarks. The leaning tower offers a perfect photo opportunity from the outside, while a venture inside will enable you to climb to the top and admire the fabulous views over the city.

Gourmet cuisine

Pullmantur Cuisine

For many people, the on board culinary offering is one of the most important factors of their cruise. So you may be glad to know that Pullmantur Cruises has recently announced a partnership with gastronomic genius Paco Roncero. The Michelin-starred chef has gained decades of culinary experience and has his name above one of the most expensive restaurants in the world. For the first time, you will be able to enjoy a range of dishes crafted by Paco Roncero throughout the duration of your cruise.

The last two remaining Mediterranean cruises depart on the 4th and 11th November 2017 – both of which will offer a seven-night tour that incorporate the cities of coastal Spain and Italy as well as the island of Sardinia. In addition to these sailings, Pullmantur Cruises will also be offering itineraries throughout the winter to the Canary Islands and Caribbean.

For more information or to book a cabin on board one of these amazing itineraries, contact us via the freephone number above or complete the online enquiry form.