Canary Islands Cruises

Arresting Vistas, Volcanic Peaks, Dolphin Spotting and Sunshine Galore

Arresting Vistas, Volcanic Peaks, Dolphin Spotting and Sunshine Galore

The Canary Islands are a Spanish archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean, formed by volcanic eruptions which occurred millions of years ago. With beaches, important natural attractions and a subtropical climate that remains constant throughout the year, Canary Islands cruises are quite popular in the winter months, especially in November and December.
MSC cruises to Canary Islands, include a stop in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the capital of Tenerife that shares the title of capital of the Canary Islands with Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

Tenerife is the largest island of the Canary Islands and offers a variety of cultural and outdoor activities.
The Teide National Park is home to Spain’s highest mountain, Teide Peak.

La Laguna, a UNESCO World Heritage site is considered by locals as the cultural capital of Tenerife. The network of streets in this 15th century town is designed in a grid pattern and served as a model for cities including Old Havana in Cuba. A walk through La Laguna takes you back in time with well-preserved churches and fine palaces. Golf courses are in abundance throughout Tenerife and, for those looking to connect with nature, a ride on a catamaran will connect you with various marine wildlife that call this part of the ocean home.
Canary cruises offer other exciting destinations including Madeira, Malaga, and Casablanca, along with other popular Mediterranean ports in Spain, France, and Italy. 

Funchal, the capital of Madeira features botanical gardens with an abundance of variety and colour. From Funchal, a cable car is a popular mode of transportation to the hilltop town of Monte. After a day of exploring the historic old town, the Monte Toboggans, the oldest form of transportation, is just one exhilarating and scenic way you can return to the port. 

Malaga, Spain, a destination on all Canary cruises is the capital of Costa del Sol. Enjoy a day soaking up the sun enjoying a delicious paella, one of the most popular dishes of the area. Malaga is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and features a museum dedicated to his art.  

Casablanca, the largest city in Morocco, is another unique destination on a Canary cruise. The Moorish architecture, featuring a variety of different style arches, intricate calligraphy and decorative tilework, is on full display in this city that combines both traditional and modern culture. Home to the world’s seventh largest mosque, and largest in Africa, the Hassan II Mosque features a glass floor directly over the sea and it is open to everyone to visit. The beach front area of La Corniche offers a variety of shopping, restaurants and cafes. 

Canary Islands Ports

Visiting the Canary Islands with MSC Cruises is easy with departure ports throughout the Mediterranean including Genoa, Marseilles and Civitavecchia. 
All port information for MSC Canary Islands cruises 2023-2024 can be accessed by clicking below.