Italy, France, Spain, Canary Islands, Antilles

from $ 1,170* per person twin share

20 night cruise sailing from Savona aboard the Costa Magica.

Travel Dates: 7 December 2019

Departing From: Savona

Duration: 20 nights

Cruise Line: Costa Cruises

Cruise Ship: Costa Magica

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Date Port Arrive Depart
07 Dec 19 Savona, Italy 17:00
08 Dec 19 Marseille, France 09:00 17:00
09 Dec 19 At sea
10 Dec 19 Malaga (Spain) 08:00 17:00
11 Dec 19 At sea
12 Dec 19 St. Cruz de Tenerife (Canary Islands) 14:00 20:00
13 Dec 19 At sea
14 Dec 19 At sea
15 Dec 19 At sea
16 Dec 19 At sea
17 Dec 19 At sea
18 Dec 19 At sea
19 Dec 19 Martinique (Antilles) 08:00 21:00
20 Dec 19 Guadeloupe 08:00 23:00
21 Dec 19 At sea
22 Dec 19 Tortola, British Virgin Islands 08:00 18:00
23 Dec 19 St. Maarten 08:00 17:00
24 Dec 19 Antigua, Leeward Islands 08:00 18:00
25 Dec 19 Kingstown 10:00 18:00
26 Dec 19 Martinique (Antilles) 08:00 18:00
27 Dec 19 Guadeloupe 08:00
** Itinerary may vary by sailing date.

Costa Magica

With Costa Magica, the magic of cruising becomes a journey within a journey. All its furnishings, decor and environments are inspired by the charm of Italy's most beautiful locations: from Capri to... Read more

20 night cruise sailing from Savona aboard the Costa Magica

Visit Marseille, Malaga, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Tortola, Philipsburg, St Maarten, Antigua, Leeward Islands, Kingstown, Martinique and Guadeloupe.


One of the most celebrated former inhabitants of Savona was the navigator Christopher Columbus, who farmed land in the area while chronicling his journeys. 'Columbus's house', a cottage situated in the Savona hills, lay between vegetable crops and fruit trees. It is just one of many residences in Liguria associated with Columbus. Several cities as well as Savona claim his birth and residency, such as Genoa and Terrarossa di Moconesi. Savona is the most important city on the west coast of Italy, within reach of the seaside resorts of Alassio, Loano and Varazze.


The city of Malaga is today a bustling Andalusian tourist centre with a thriving agricultural market for the fruit and wine industries. In centuries gone by Malaga attracted the attention of some of the Mediterranean's most powerful forces, including the Phoenicians, Arabs, Carthaginians and Visigoths. The Arabs considered Malaga the Garden of Eden and built several homes there, which perhaps explains their relatively non-aggressive attitude towards the region. Before them, the Phoenicians, who first discovered the coastline, felt the same sense of tranquillity, building the first village (the origin of the name is the Phoenician 'malak') in the area. For an extensive period, Malaga was then governed by the Carthaginians, eventually abandoning it in the face of invasion by the Visigoths.


Guadeloupe looks like a butterfly: its wings, Grande Terre and Basse Terre, are separated by a channel and has some beautiful, unspoilt beaches. Grande Terre is the liveliest part, with the market of Pointe à Pitre and roads joining together picturesque villages and sugar cane plantations. Centuries of French rule don't seem to have influenced the locals' philosophy too much: "it's better to avoid something than to face something".


A magnet for yachts from many ports, tiny Tortola in the British Virgin Islands is a haven for those seeking the classic pleasures of beaches and crystal waters.

Sint Maarten

The attractions of St. Maarten are endless: beaches, duty-free shopping, casinos, nightlife and more water and land sports than you can possibly try. And that's just the Dutch side! The French half of this two-nation island offers exclusive boutiques, Gallic restaurants and blessed peace and quiet.


This rustic port of call offers a different beach for every day of the year. Walk down cobblestone sidewalks and taste native cuisine. Be sure to shop at Heritage Quay and Redcliffe Quay just minutes from the dock.
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Costa Cruises

Costa Crociere S.p.A. is an Italian company based in Genoa. The brands Costa Crociere, AIDA Cruises and Iberocruceros belong to Costa Crociere S.p.A. and include a total of 19 ships in active service and 10 on order. All ships fly the Italian flag and operate in the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, the Baltic Sea, the Caribbean, Central America, South America, the United Arab Emirates, the Far East and the Indian Ocean. Costa Crociere S.p.A. is part of Carnival Corporation & plc, world leader in the cruise industry, and is a member of the prestigious World's Leading Cruise Lines, an association of the world's most important cruise companies.

Costa Magica

With Costa Magica, the magic of cruising becomes a journey within a journey. All its furnishings, decor and environments are inspired by the charm of Italy's most beautiful locations: from Capri to Portofino, the Salento, Bellagio, Urbino to Grado, Spoleto and many more. The magic will surround you in the lounges, in the spectacular central nine-storey hall and in the refined and welcoming restaurants inspired by the enchanting atmosphere of Sardinia's Emerald Coast. Costa Magica brings you the flavour, originality and elegance of Italy: from the prestigious designer stores in the shopping mall to the excellent cuisine you will experience throughout your holiday.


Bar, Cafe, Piano Bar, Grand Bar, Poolside Bar, Buffet, BBQ, Cognac & Cigar Bar, A la carte restaurant,

Beauty Salon, Solarium, Spa, Sauna, Jacuzzi, Pool Deck, Whirlpool, Massage, Hot Tubs, Health Club,

Disco, Theatre, Photo Gallery, Dance Floor, Children's Club, Live Bands,

Library, Squok Club, Lido, Card Room, Nightclub,

Gym, Jogging Track, Wellness Centre, Sports Court, Fitness Center,

Photo Shop, Reception, Medical Centre, Chapel, Shopping Gallery, Laundry Service, Shore Excursion Office, Conference Room, Atrium, Money Exchange,

Internet Cafe, Extensive WiFi capabilities and connectivity.,

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