SPAIN

You’ll savor the journey across Spain on a Mediterranean cruise with Holland America Line. Taste your way through La Boqueria market in Barcelona, follow Cartagena’s tapas trail, sample Galician mussels in Vigo, and dine at a Food & Wine favorite restaurant in Granada, accessed from Malaga. Swirl and sip the day away in Requena’s wine cellars outside Valencia, or Jerez’s famous sherry bodegas while calling in Cadiz. Just one word can describe a Holland America Line cruise to Spain: “Delicioso!”

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Barcelona, Spain

On the northeast coast of Spain, overlooking the Mediterranean, Barcelona is a vibrant port city, packed with centuries of iconic art and architecture—Gaudí and Picasso both called it home—and lined with sunny white-sand beaches. Explore the Catalan capital.
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Castellon de la Plana, Spain

If you're seeking Old-World charm, fine food and breathtaking natural beauty, the historic city of Castellón de la Plana is the place for you. Beautiful beaches with the finest sand in Spain combine with a perfect Mediterranean climate to make this a popular destination year round. Head to the marina for shopping, fine dining and to stroll the waterfront on a traditional Spanish paseo. When it comes to eating and drinking, the city is known for fresh seafood, its farmers market and wines that may blow your mind, but not your budget. Be sure to make time for an excursion to Morella and Vilafames, two of Spain’s most charming small towns.
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Palamos, Spain

Palamós is a quaint fishing village turned summer-vacation spot along Spain's sun-drenched Costa Brava. The town still thrives on fishing: Visitors can wander through the fish market and view the day's catch at the bustling harbor, or check out the nearby Fishing Museum. Palamós is also a convenient departure point for attractions around the region, from wine and olive oil tastings to the home and museums of legendary artist Salvador Dalí. Historic sites include the Greek and Roman ruins at Empúries and the medieval Castle of Begur. In nearby Girona, cobbled lanes wind around an imposing Gothic cathedral.