Guadalquivir and Guadiana cruises (Spain)
Head to the Mediterranean Sea with our cruises on the two rivers which introduce you to wonderful cities such as Cadiz, Granada or its capital, Seville, and its breathtaking cathedral.The Guadalquivir river, which name derives from the Arabic, meaning “Great River”, was originally acted as a conduit of trade and culture.
A cruise along the Guadalquivir and Guadiana rivers in Spain is the ideal way to explore Andalusia's cultural heritage and scenery. With more than 300 days of sunshine per year, an exceptional climate in Southern Europe and a quite extraordinary light and radiance, Andalusia also has the largest number of protected natural areas in Spain and a great historic and artistic heritage, unique in the world. It is renowned for its Village fiestas all year round and of course, great gastronomy of the highest quality.
Taste the famous Spanish Ham thanks to our Jamon Iberico Route cruise, where all the excursions are included such as a guided walking tour of Cadiz or a visit of an Andalusian hacienda. Discover the famous Donana National Park and enjoy a spectacular preserved landscape with its sand dunes, multiple migratory birds, and its marshes.
If you ever dreamed of celebrating Christmas in Spain, join us on our Andalusian Christmas cruise in December and experience an unforgettable moment in a warm atmosphere where sharing and enchantment come together, as part of a truly mesmerizing celebration.
Browse CroisiEurope's exclusive itineraries, including a cruise along the Gulf of Cadiz on board the Premium ship MS La Belle de Cadix, fitted with unique technology allowing cruising on both river and coast.
SEVILLE - Cordoba - SEVILLE - CADIZ - EL PUERTO DE SANTA MARIA - ISLA MINIMA - SEVILLE - Granada - SEVILLE
From Seville to Granada, this cruise will allow you to visit the cities and emblematic sites of this rich region of Spain. Discover Seville, the capital of Andalusia, which is full of joy and activity throughout its streets. You will be amazed by the old town which is home to amazing architecture and tradition. But also, by Jerez which has preserved an incredible architectural heritage.
Seville - Jerez de la Frontera - The Pueblos Blancos - Jerez de la Frontera - Jamón Ibérico Route - SEVILLE - CADIZ - EL PUERTO DE SANTA MARIA - ISLA MINIMA - SEVILLE
Discover Spanish culinary culture on a trip through the Jabugo region, where one of the most famous hams in the world is produced. Learn about how pigs are raised and the long curing process involved in making this delicacy. After this scrumptious jaunt, we'll complete our picture-perfect postcard day with a visit to the Pueblos Blancos, a myriad of villages dotted with whitewashed homes. The contrast of colors between the homes, mountains, and flowers within the idyllic landscape is something to behold. A cruise will then give you a glimpse of Andalusian culture enhanced by tasting local products.
SEVILLE - Cordoba - SEVILLE - ISLA MINIMA - EL PUERTO DE SANTA MARIA(2) - Jerez - CADIZ - ALCOUTIM - HUELVA - SEVILLE - Granada - SEVILLE
Travel to the heart of Andalusia and the Algarve. Along the Guadalquivir discover the town of Cordoba, which combines perfectly history and modernity. Visit Seville and its Alcázar palace, an astonishing mix of architectural styles. Then be carried away by the sublime city of Granada which offers a multitude of magnificent sites to visit. You will be dazzled by the beauty of its cathedral which houses the tomb of Christopher Columbus.
SEVILLE - CADIZ - EL PUERTO DE SANTA MARIA - ISLA MINIMA - SEVILLE
Seville—an exemplary city in Spanish history, where Christian and Muslim cultures have cohabited in veritable peace in the past—contains impressive architectural wonders such as the Palacio de las Dueñas. A captivating tour of the Pueblos Blancos in Andalusia. Vejer de la Frontera, a hilltop town with whitewashed homes, and the contrast of the blue water and white facades in Conil de la Frontera.
A glimpse of Andalusian culture enhanced by a tasting of local products.