P&O Cruises unveils summer 2024 programme

Friday, 24 Mar, 2022 0

P&O Cruises launched its summer 2024 programme featuring Ibiza, Mykonos, Amsterdam short breaks and more.

P&O Cruises summer 2024 programme will include popular island itineraries, the scenic Norwegian fjords and extended time in many destinations to maximise a new programme of shore visits.

New ship Arvia will offer two different 14-night western Mediterranean itineraries, each with six ports of call.

One will include Italy, Spain and France with calls to La Spezia (for Florence and Pisa) and Barcelona while the other make calls at Barcelona and Valencia.

Iona will continue to spend the summer season in the Norwegian fjords for seven night itineraries with calls to the world heritage port of Geiranger, as well as Olden and Alesund.

Britannia’s summer programme will include seven night Norwegian fjords and 14-night western Mediterranean ‘island’ cruises to the Balearics with extended calls to Palma and Ibiza and one itinerary including Cagliari in Sardinia.

These itineraries also include many new shore experiences to discover the beach clubs and off the beaten track vineyards, activities and the Ibiza countryside.

Malta will be the homeport for Azura’s summer season of seven and 14-night fly/cruise holidays.

The western Mediterranean itineraries include a call to Civitavecchia for Rome and to Monte Carlo from Villefranche.

The Eastern route includes selected calls to Ephesus from Kusadasi and the picturesque Greek islands of Mykonos and Santorini.

Central Mediterranean itineraries include calls to Trieste for Venice and a new southern Adriatic itinerary features Taranto, Catania and the Greek Ionian islands of Cephalonia and Corfu.

Short breaks to Amsterdam are part of Ventura’s summer programme as well as the Canary Islands, Iberia and southern cruise breaks.

These holidays include longer time in the ports of Lisbon and Amsterdam.

Aurora and Arcadia will offer longer itineraries.

Arcadia will sail a 16-night Iceland cruise in June 2024 with an overnight call in Reykjavik and a 30 night Canada & USA cruise in September with overnight calls in Boston and New York.

Tangier and Casablanca will be part of Aurora’s 18-night western Mediterranean cruise in April  while the ship’s Arctic Circle cruise in October includes Iceland and the North Cape with the chance to see the Northern Lights.

Pre-registration for summer 2024 holidays is available now and they go on general sale from March 30, 2022.

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Learn more about :   P&O Cruises ( Asia Pecific )     P&O Cruises ( United Kingdom )  


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