PUT a spring in your step with an amazing deal on a fabulous 14-night Princess cruise, sailing from Southampton to the sunny shores of the Mediterranean.
The exclusive deal on one of the luxury line’s newest ships, Sky Princess, will see you enjoying an all- inclusive cruise from Southampton to Spain, France and Portugal on April 9, 2022.
Forget the fuss of flights, your holiday starts the moment you embark on the floating 5* resort.
Dine on global cuisine, watch world-class shows and relax on its pool deck while the state-of-the-art ship brings the best of the Med to you.
The all-inclusive package starts from £1,299pp, based on two sharing, and includes Princess Plus extras, including powerful in-room wifi for streaming and video chats, all onboard drinks from smoothies and cappuccinos to cocktails and premium wines, plus all gratuities.
The cruise coincides with the 2022 Easter school holidays and prices are from £999pp based two adults and two children sharing.
What’s more, you can secure this fantastic price with a low deposit of just £50pp.
The exclusive Sun price offers savings of between £120 and £220 off the current fares.
For those who would prefer to budget, the basic Princess Fare is available without drinks, wifi and gratuities from £879pp, based on two sharing, or £579pp, based on a family of four sharing.
To book from today and throughout the Give Us A Break campaign, call 0344 338 8663 or go to princess.com/TheSun quoting THE SUN.
Travelling from Southampton, Sky Princess will head south to France and Portugal, sailing around the Algarve and the Spanish Costas.
First stop is the French town of La Rochelle before the ship skims the Bay of Biscay to northern Spain for Basque culture in Bilbao.
It’s a short voyage to the next port of call at the Portuguese capital Lisbon, prior to skirting the dramatic sandstone shores of the Algarve.
The ship next calls at the grand Spanish city of Seville, famous for its orange blossom, flamenco and as the launch-point for Columbus’s voyage to the New World.
Then it’s time to head for the rock of Gibraltar and watch for dolphins in the Gibraltar Strait.
The cruise slows to catch the rays along the Costa del Sol, stopping in lively Malaga for the day and then Andalucia’s unspoilt Costa Almeria.
Then it’s onwards into the sun-soaked Costa Calida and the natural harbour of Cartegena.
Passengers can enjoy a few more days on board as Sky Princess cruises back to Southampton via the port of Vigo.
Here, holidaymakers can savour a last taste of Spanish seafood and sandy beaches.
On days in port, passengers are free to explore on their own or book an excursion organised by the crew.
Stays on the ship are in en suite cabins with modern technology, luxurious furnishings and smart storage that makes the most of the space.
The Sky Princess, one of the newest ships in the fleet, has jazz bar Take Five, French restaurant Bistro La Sur Mer and the WakeView bar and pool.
It also features Princess’s unique Ocean Medallion technology — a wearable medallion replacing traditional key cards that can be used for everything from room entry to contactless payments on board.
How to save on your next holiday
JET away with The Sun’s fantastic Give Us A Break campaign – giving you incrediblediscounts and low deposits on holidays.With exclusive money-off offers from top travel operators such as TUI, British Airways Holidays, EasyJet Holidays and more.
- Get £100 off British Airways Holidays with this code
- Thomas Cook summer 2022 hols from £121pp & low deposits of £39
- Get £100 off easyJet Holidays summer 2022 – with £60pp deposit
- Up to £220 off Princess Cruises – 14-night Med break from £579pp
- Get £175 off TUI long-haul hols with this code
- Super cheap long-haul return flights with Kayak
- Half price UK hols with Travelzoo – from £69
- Get 10% off travel insurance with Paying Too Much – with this code
- Cyprus breaks from £375pp and £49 deposits with Biblio Travel
- Win one of FIVE £1,000 summer holidays with Thomas Cook
These exclusive discounts are on offer until October 15.
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