Sail from San Juan, a Caribbean city founded by Spanish colonists, to the Catalonia capital of Barcelona. In between, experience St. Maarten, one island shared by two nations, France and Holland. Nibble on Gouda and shop for Delft pottery on the Dutch side or enjoy warm croissants as you stroll the French markets. In Santa Cruz de Tenerife, explore their black sand beaches, colourful botanical gardens and the highest peak in Spain, Mount Teide. Culture, food and wine are the foundations of Granada. Order a drink and you'll be given tapas, and most venues overlook the Alhambra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Granada is also home to the largest stalagmite columns in the world in the Caves of Nerja. Don't miss ice cream at Los Italianos - just ask any local or follow the crowds.
Explore 3 UNESCO Sites, including Alhambra Palace, in Malaga.
Experience the smash-hit musical sensation, Priscilla Queen of the Desert.