Canary Islands Cruises

Arresting Vistas, Volcanic Peaks, Dolphin Spotting and Sunshine Galore
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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 from November to March.
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 .UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you can visit the awe-inspiring Mount Teide, a towering volcanic peak. 

An MSC Cruise to Canary Islands features also stops in:  
Las Palmas: Gran Canaria's capital offers culture, history, and stunning beaches. Attractions include Las Canteras beach, Casa de Colón museum, and the charming historical quarter, Vegueta. 
Puerto del Rosario: Fuerteventura's capital boasts artistic streets, a lively harbor, and beautiful beaches. It serves as a gateway to the famous Corralejo sand dunes. 
Santa Cruz de la Palma: La Palma's capital blends history with natural beauty. Explore cobblestone streets, visit the El Salvador Church, and discover the Caldera de Taburiente National Park. 
 

Canary Islands Ports

Explore the Canary Islands with MSC Cruises, let yourself be captivated by wonderful beaches and the volcanic scenery.

Choose the best departure port for your Canary Islands cruise and get ready to sail on your next dream adventure.