San Sebastian de la Gomera

Los Organos
Silbo whistling
Garajonay Park

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San Sebastián de la Gomera, Spain

Explore the port of San Sebastián in La Gomera with MSC Cruises on a Atlantic cruise holiday. Escape to the sunshine of Spain’s Canary Islands with an MSC Atlantic cruise to La Gomera, and find out how to live life at a slower pace. The town’s appealing, historical quarter is a pleasure to explore on foot, with shaded plazas and pedestrian-friendly streets, where you can still stop as Columbus did on his way to the New World, and pick up some of the delicious local goat’s cheese, as well as some locally produced palm oil, and a tub or two of the spicy almogrote cheese spread. Yum. Do head for the beaches and their superb water sports facilities, but don’t forget the central Garajonay National Park. with its 40 square kilometres of pure biodiversity that are ideal for outdoor pursuits, and that feature countless trails from the lower pine woods right up to the laurel cloud forest at an elevation of nearly 1,500 metres. La Gomera’s deep ravines have also given rise to an ancient and unique whistled language, called silbo, that was widely practised in the days before telephones, and that is experiencing a revival since it became part of the island’s school curriculum.  Further up in the north, you can travel to dense, lovingly-tended banana plantations on hand-built terraces, while at Los Órganos, amazing ocean-pounded cliffs that resemble organ pipes can be visited by boat from the island’s northernmost tip. Just pick up the phone to book and then live it, with all the time in the world, Mediterranean-style.

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    Direction

    The cruise terminal is close to the city centre, however it is located in an industrial area off a highway.
    Taxis run to the city

    Port Terminal

    Address of the Terminal
    ZIPCODE CITY

    Tel. +00 000 0000000
    Fax. +00 000 0000000
    E-mail:  email@emailaddress.it
    Website:  www.terminalwebsite.com

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    Spain

    Love at first sight
    Love at first sight

    The Atlantic Ocean “plays host” to the Canary Islands, a complex of six volcanic islands belonging to Spain.

    A mild climate, lush vegetation, exotic food, and history; it is impossible not to fall in love with these little pieces of paradise. An MSC cruise to the Canary Islands and Morocco will take you first to the cities of southern Spain. The first city that you will visit is Cartagena, in Murcia. Roman in origins, it has come under Arab influence and today, is a treasure chest of history and marvellous architecture encircled by the famed Muralla del Mar (Sea Wall). Your voyage to Spain will continue to Cadiz, in Andalusia, Spain’s most sensual and caliente region, where flamenco, tapas, the typical bite-sized dishes, and bullfighting were born.

    The final stop of your MSC cruise is the Canary Islands: Tenerife with its crystal-clear waters, splendid beaches and Pyramids of Güímar; Gran Canaria, also called the Island of Wellbeing for the curative effects of its mineral waters; and La Palma, where favourable climate conditions have resulted in an installation of an important astronomical observatory equipped with several telescopes protected by curious white structures at the top of Roque de los Muchachos.