Sail between the new world and the old on Celebrity’s transatlantic cruises to Spain from the USA. You’ll depart from Tampa or Fort Lauderdale and enjoy blissful days at sea to unwind by the pool, relax in the spa, and enjoy fine dining and glittering entertainment. Stops during the crossing may include sub-tropical Bermuda, an island of pink sands, aquamarine seas, and intriguing naval history, or Ponta Delgada in the lush, volcanic Azores, part of Portugal.

In Europe, there’s a thrilling new port to explore every day. Wander around the Moorish castle and the art galleries of Málaga before stopping for seafood on the beach. See Roman antiquities in Cartagena and sample colorful paella in Valencia. The ancient port of Cadiz is the gateway to glorious Seville, while Palma, in the craggy Balearic islands, is known for its beaches and cosmopolitan ambiance. Some voyages end in Barcelona, famed for its modernist architecture, while others continue to the glamorous French Riviera and onwards to Italy’s sun-soaked shores for exquisite coastal villages, historical sites, and gelato.

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Featured Ports of Call

Malaga

Birthplace of Picasso and the epicenter of the Costa del Sol, bustling Málaga combines art, history, gorgeous beaches, and exciting cuisine. Explore the hilltop Castillo de Gibralfaro and visit the baroque cathedral at the heart of the historic center, followed by lunch in an authentic tapas bar. See the Picasso Museum and the ultra-modern Centre Pompidou, or head into the mountains to Granada and the Alhambra Palace, one of the world’s most exquisite examples of Moorish architecture.

Cadiz

Dating back to 1100 BC, Cadiz is the oldest port in Europe. Wander around the ancient city, which is fortified by chunky ramparts, or head inland to Seville, sprawling elegantly along the banks of the Guadalquivir River. Explore the 12th-century cathedral and the beautiful Real Alcazar palace before losing yourself in the shaded alleyways of the Barrio Santa Cruz, stopping for tapas along the way. You could also visit Jerez, home of sherry and Andalucia’s graceful dancing white horses.

Barcelona

Barcelona bursts with energy, its center packed with superb art galleries, Gothic architecture, and Gaudí’s modernist masterpieces, the most famous of which is the dazzling La Sagrada Familia basilica. Wander along Las Ramblas boulevard, explore the old Gothic Quarter, taste hams and cheeses in the colorful La Boqueria market, and stop for fresh seafood on the beach at Barceloneta, the old fishing quarter. Head up Montjuïc hill to see the superb Joan Miró Foundation and spectacular city views.

Departure Ports

Fort Lauderdale

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