Western Med Cruises, Oasis of the Seas (BCN)

Palma de Mallorca, Marseille, La Spezia, Rome & Naples

13 Jul | 20 Jul | 03 Aug | 10 Aug | 17 Aug | 07 Sep
Starting From
€ 1469


Check-in. Ship departs at 18:00 hrs.

Palma de Mallorca is the major city and port on the island of Majorca, and capital city of the Balearic Islands in Spain. It is located on the south coast of the island Bay of Palma. The population of the city is around 376,000 people, and the population of the entire urban area is about 475,000. It is ranked as the 12th largest urban area of Spain. More than half of the population live in Palma.

Marseille is the second largest city in France. Marseille has a population of about 1,000,000 residents. It is France's largest commercial port and the largest in the Mediterranean. In 1934 Alexander I of Yugoslavia arrived at the port to meet with the French foreign minister Louis Barthou. He was assassinated there by Vlada Georgieff. Marseilles' harbor is the largest in the country, and one of the most important of the Mediterranean Sea. In the bay fronting Marseille are a number of islands, including the islet of If, site of the 16th-century Chateau d'If, featured in Alexander Dumasus romance The Count of Monte Cristo. numerous forts guard the harbor, and on a high strip of land projecting west into the bay is the 19th-century church of Notre Dame de la Garde.

La Spezia is a city in the Liguria region of northern Italy, at the beginning of La Spezia Gulf, and capital city of the province of La Spezia. It is one of the chief Italian military and commercial harbors. La Spezia also hosts one of the leading military industries of Italy. Although La Spezia, irregular in Italy by being a modern city, which is an old country. La Spezia has a population of about 92,000. It is still a heavily naval town, although its proximity to such attractive tourist destinations as the Cinque Terre, and its calm climate. La Spezia is well-connected by transport and makes a excellent, inexpensive base for exploring this part of the Italian Riviera.

Civitavecchia, meaning “ancient town,” is a major cruise and ferry port in in the central Italian region of Lazio and is rich in history. Situated only 44.3 miles northwest of Rome across the Mignone River, the harbor is formed by two piers and a breakwater, where a lighthouse sits. Civitavecchia is the main starting point for sea connection from central Italy to Sardinia, Sicily, Malta, Tunis, and Barcelona.

Naples is Italy’s most red-blooded city. This is the place where the pizza is so good people don’t wait for their slices at restaurant tables, they order it to-go from street side windows. And it’s the city where the soundtrack is the beeping of moped horns. Naples is actually one of the oldest continuously-inhabited cities in the world. The city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it’s dripping with ancient architecture, cathedrals and churches.

Fun day at sea. Enjoy the on board faculties as your ship sails towards Barcelona.

The ship docks at the port of Barcelona at 05:00 hrs. After breakfast, disembark and head to Girona for your flight back to Malta.



Price Includes

  • Flights Malta – Girona/Barcelona – Malta including 20kgs Checked-In Luggage & 10Kgs Hand Luggage
  • 1 night accommodation on B&B basis
  • 7- Night West Mediterranean Cruise onboard the Oasis of the Seas on Full Board Basis
  •  Daily Entertainment
  • Use of onboard facilities
  • Airport, Port Taxes & Fuel Surcharge
  • Protection by the Insolvency Fund


Not Included

  • Transfers Girona Airport/Hotel/Port/Barcelona Excursion on disembarkation and transfer to airport at €95 per Adult /child
  • Gratuities to be paid prior to cruise at €91 per person
  • Travel Insurance (optional), but highly recommended