7 NIGHT MEDITERRANEAN FLY – CRUISE
P&O Oceana 6 September 2018
This 7 night Mediterranean cruise begins in Malta and takes in stops at Dubrovnik-Hvar – Venice and Split. Returning to Malta on day 8.
|DEPARTURE TIME||Arrive at least 2 hours before your Flight|
| Flights|| Transfers|
|7 Night cruise||Full Board|
|On Board Gratuity|
YOUR HOLIDAY HOME AT SEA
P&O’s Oceana is an ideal choice for virtually everyone. The décor throughout the ship is simply stunning not to mention the atrium with its elegant marble staircase and shimmering glass-walled lifts. Younger passengers have their own clubs and activities, along with a nursery and babysitting service which makes this ship the ideal choice for a family cruise. With four pools, a lovely health and fitness centre, sports courts, numerous themed bars and two great show venues, the Oceana has plenty to keep all the family entertained.
All Flights – Transfers – Full Board Cruise.
Facilities on board
- Two main formal restaurants, Marco Pierre White bistro, casual eateries.
- Four pools and six whirlpools.
- Main Footlights theatre, live entertainment lounges and bars.
- Ocean view gym
- Oasis Spa and salon
- Sports court
- Tonnage 77,000
- Passenger capacity 1,950
- Total Crew 875
- Total Cabins 1,008
- Decks 10
Day 1 – Malta – Embark your ship – P&O Oceana
Malta is a Mediterranean island of great historical importance influenced by many great empires. The capital fortress city of Valletta, described as an open-air museum, is mainly Baroque in character having been built in the 16th century by the Order of St John of Jerusalem. It offers some of Europe’s finest palaces, churches, and works of art. Valletta harbour is surrounded by cream coloured buildings, twisting streets, hillsides beyond, fishing craft and luzzo boats below.
Day 2: At Sea
Day 3: Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is a picture-perfect medieval walled city is filled with ancient stone buildings, narrow cobbled streets and fortified ramparts rising above red-tiled rooftops. Stradun is the city’s focal point and main artery while Dubrovnik’s streets are blessedly free of traffic. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the old city remains the pride of the Republic of Croatia and houses the world’s oldest pharmacy.
Day 4: Hvar
Hvar is the fourth largest of Croatia’s islands at 182 square miles (300 square km) in size. It is even sunnier than Brac, getting almost 2,800 hours of sunshine per year. The island is constantly green thanks to a health rainfall evidenced in the many fields of rosemary, sage. marjoram and thyme and the cultivated vineyards. In spring time is not surprising that the island has the aroma of an herbalist’s shop!
Day 5: Venice
Venice with its gondolas, canals, amazing restaurants, and unforgettable romantic ambiance, Venice is a city for one’s bucket list. Waterfront palazzos, palaces, and churches make drifting down the Grand Canal feel like cruising through a painting. To really experience Venice, you must go to the opera or to a classical music performance, nibble fresh pasta and pastries, and linger in the exhibit halls of an art gallery. Label lovers will drool over the high-end shopping in Piazza San Marco.
Day 6 Split
Croatia’s second-largest city, Split is a great place to see Dalmatian life as it’s really lived. Always buzzing, this exuberant city has just the right balance of tradition and modernity. Step inside Diocletian’s Palace (a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the world’s most impressive Roman monuments) and you’ll see dozens of bars, restaurants and shops thriving amid the atmospheric old walls where Split life has been humming along for thousands of years.
Day 7: At Sea
Day 8 Malta – Disembark your ship – P&O Oceana