Mail Loves. Spain & Portugal

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Mail Loves. Spain & Portugal


Together, the combination of Spain and Portugal become one of Europe's dream travel packages. These close-knit neighbours are home to swirling cities that are ideal for short breaks - Spain's coastal celebrity Barcelona, the chic Portuguese capital Lisbon. Yet here, also, is a treasure trove of hidden gems - Portugal's historic city of Porto with its rich heritage. Or, if you fancy a cruise, you can enjoy both countries on one classic voyage - calling at less-seen ports like La Coruna and Cadiz. And all of it is barely two hours away. Perfection.

7 days from [pounds sterling]499 per person

Classical Spain

Selected departures from March to October 2012

Andalucia is one of the most beautiful corners of Europe, where the excesses of modern life do not seem to have taken root and travellers are welcomed as honoured guests. Immortalised by the writings of Ernest Hemingway and beloved by Orson Welles, it is the Spain of Carmen, Figaro and Flamenco.

Our price includes return flights to Malaga from selected UK airports; six nights' bed and breakfast at three- and four-star hotels in Seville, Granada and Mijas; experience Andalucia; take guided tours of Seville and Alhambra in Granada; visit Cordoba and Ronda and receive the services of an experienced tour manager.

Visit travelmail.co.uk/classicalspain or call 0845 155 6732 quoting CS

12 days from [pounds sterling]1,170 per person

Historic Spain, Portugal & Morocco Cruise

Departing May 24, 2012

Enjoy fantastic destinations across sunny southern Europe including La Coruna, Porto, Gibraltar, Casablanca, Cadiz and Lisbon on this 12-day cruise holiday sailing direct from the UK on board the elegant Athena. You choose what you want to do - relax on board with like-minded travellers or join in some deck games or explore your destination on one of our excellent excursions.

Our price includes FREE luxury coach transfers to the port or FREE parking at an interchange, all on-board meals, gratuities and service charges, as well as a captain's cocktail party and gala dinners, a fabulous entertainment programme and all on-board meals. Currency on board is pound sterling.

Visit travelmail.co.uk/moroccocruise or call 0844 571 0963 quoting RS0203M

8 days from [pounds sterling]449 per person

Hidden Portugal

Departures May to October 2012

This ever-popular escorted holiday, based on the beautiful Costa Verde, explores some of Portugal's best-kept secrets, including wine-producing second city Oporto, the delightful coastal Minho region, and the stunning Peneda-Geres National Park.

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