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Holiday Overview

Savour the rich flavours of Tenerife's tapas, explore the enchanting landscapes of Lanzarote and enjoy the serenity of sea days on P&O's Canary Islands cruises, where British traditions seamlessly merge with a unique onboard twist.

Embark on a captivating voyage to seven exotic ports, starting with Funchal, the city of gardens, and Las Palmas, boasting a sprawling 2.5-mile beach. Tenerife unveils its famed black sand landscapes and stellar stargazing, followed by the picturesque Gran Canaria and the renowned Lanzarote, adorned with volcano-clad vistas, palm-fringed beaches, and crystal-clear waters.

As you circle back through the Canary Islands, immerse yourself in the ancient charm of Cadiz, the oldest city in Western Europe, founded by the Phoenicians in the 12th Century BCE. Your final port of call is the vibrant city of Lisbon, where unique architecture, charming trams winding through historic streets, and delectable local delights, including a distinctive custard tart, await your exploration. This cruise promises an unforgettable journey through captivating landscapes, cultural gems, and culinary delights.

As with all of our cruise holidays, the Limitless Team will be on-hand throughout the cruise to provide support and assistance whenever necessary. Whether you’re looking for some emotional support or require all-day care, we’re able to create a tailored care package that meets your needs. 

Exclusive to our guests, we will also offer "potter around the port" service, enabling you to easily disembark the ship and explore the destinations that we visit. If you would like more information we recommend getting in touch with one of the Limitless Travel Advisors on 0800 711 7232.

The Holiday

What's Included?

  • Enjoy the ship’s jaw-dropping onboard facilities, while discovering traditional Andalucian tapas in Cadiz, breathtaking vistas in Madeira, some of the world’s best bars in Lisbon and the sun-drenched coastlines of the Canary Islands
  • Fourteen nights in a full-board, accessible cabin on P&O Britannia
  • Home-pick up included (first 125 miles)
  • 4 swimming pools - including 1 inside and 18 whirlpools
  • 20 or more Bars and Restaurants
  • 5 Theatres & Lounges
  • West End-style shows, live music, classic cabaret and modern twists
  • Full-board cruising includes breakfast in the cabin, pool-side snacks, buffet & main-dining options
  • Group Support & Holiday Assistance included as standard and provided by our experienced care team
  • Supplementary care packages available for travellers who require additional assistance
  • We’ll also help to arrange any specialist equipment you need while on holiday
  • Group departure, with the opportunity to meet like-minded travellers

** Limitless Travel carefully pick out cruise itineraries to ensure minimal anchor ports (where a small boat or ‘tender’ transports guests to shore) Unfortunately port changes can happen due to a number of reasons while at sea. Limitless Travel will not be held accountable for any port changes.

The Itinerary

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Southampton, UK


Today your adventure begins! Home-pick up (within the first 125 miles, further distances charged at £3.25 a mile), or pick up at Southampton Airport, or free parking for the duration of the cruise included.

Welcome aboard the Britannia, your home for the next 14 nights. This world-class ship has everything you need on board for a memorable holiday enjoying luxury at sea. From elegant bars, to delicious dining, hoist-equipped swimming pools and brilliant musical entertainment, prepare for the spectacular as we head for the sun-soaked Mediterranean.

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Day at Sea

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Relax onboard! Start you perhaps with a breakfast in bed, or wander to the buffet where there is a wide range of cooked and continental options. Today is all about exploring this fantastic ship and getting familiar with the facilities - of which the Limitless care team will be available to assist you.

Board Basis - Full Board

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Day at Sea

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There is entertainment galore on board your ship, Britannia. Busting with entertainment venues - including West End-style shows, live music and classic cabaret. There is often live music to be found around the ship with up-beat bands playing poolside - to classical musicians in the atrium. Throughout the sea-days, the Iona's entertainment team will be running around and keeping the ship smiling!

Board Basis - Full Board

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Day at sea

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We're cruising close to the Canary Islands now! Relax in one of the four on-board swimming pools (hoist available) including the infinity pool at the very back of the ship! There are also hot tubs, saunas, and steam rooms available to use!

Board Basis - Full Board

Funchal, Madeira, Botanical Gardens

Madeira, Portugal

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Cruise visitors here will discover that the market town is easily walkable although, the further inland you explore, the steeper and narrower some of the streets become. Locally made wicker furniture, lacework and tapestries all make good buys along with the ubiquitous Madeira wine. Funchal is also the base for tours to the islands botanical gardens; the fishing village of Camara de Lobos where Churchill went to paint; Camacha, the wicker centre; the levada walks, part of an ancient irrigation system; and to Reids Hotel for traditional afternoon tea, making cruises to Madeira a must see.

Board Basis - Full Board

Santa Cruz, Tenerife
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Santa Cruz, La Palma

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After an enjoyable breakfast, we arrive at La Palma, known for being the greenest island in the Canaries. Santa Cruz is a small city to port at, enjoy a potter around the port or book a complimentary Afternoon Tea on board where you can take in the views around you.

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Tenerife, Spain

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Today we cruise into the vibrant port of Tenerife. Tenerife is a true slice of paradise. Explore its foodie treasures, tranquil sunsets burning with tones of pink, orange and yellow and put your underwater camera to good use. There are countless experiences to be had, yet also peaceful and idyllic with sparkling waters and powder-soft sand.

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Las Palmas
Las Palmas

Las Palmas, Gran Canaria

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Today we’ll arrive in Gran Canaria, the most densely populated of the Canary Islands and possibly the most naturally diverse, too. You’ll get to see a little of the island’s natural beauty as we approach, before the ship docks in the Santa Catalina cruise terminal.

Boasting terrific access to the island’s cool capital, Las Palmas, the terminal is also only 100 metres down the road from Muelle, an extremely popular local shopping complex. If you want to head into the city centre, check out Vegueta, Las Palmas’ trendy old quarter. Prefer the beach? Playa de las Canteras is also within easy reach. You’ll be able to disembark at 8 am and the ship won’t leave until 10 pm, giving you a whole day to experience charming Las Palmas.

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Arrecife, Lanzarote

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Lanzarote is synonymous with a sometimes-alien, always-striking natural beauty. Volcanoes and lava fields define the landscape, impossibly-shaped rocks perch on improbably balanced outposts and black sand beaches compete with traditional, tropical palm-lined coast for your attention. A UNESCO Geopark, the island is a fascinating destination that enchants and enthrals all visitors to its volcanic shores.

Board Basis - Full Board

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Day at Sea

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Back onboard! After visiting five new islands, over five days, you've earnt a relaxing day at sea! Relax with a pint in Brodie's Pub, the onboard British pub - or listen to the delightful ambience in the atrium with live pianist - or make a splash in the pool!

Board Basis - Full Board


Cadiz, Spain

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Cádiz is an ancient port city in the Andalucia region of southwestern Spain. The home of the Spanish Navy, the port boomed in the 16th-century as a base for exploration and trade. It has more than 100 watchtowers, including the iconic Torre Tavira, which was traditionally used for spotting ships.

Board Basis - Full Board

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Lisbon, Portugal

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Welcome to your final port, the fantastic city of Lisbon! Here, we have included an exclusive, accessible city tour with our local partner to ensure you have a memorable visit.

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Day at Sea

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Two days ahead of relaxation with the ocean for views! Our care team will be on hand to help you relax and enjoy the onboard entertainment.


Day at Sea

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Your last full day onboard! Hopefully by now you've sampled all of the 15 restaurants - 8 speciality dining venues, 6 breakfast venues and Afternoon Tea. Some do carry extra charges not included in the cruise fare, but can be easily booked onboard and a great option to add variety from the main dining hall and buffet venues.

Southampton, UK

Southampton, UK


Welcome back to Blighty! The Limitless Care team will be on hand to help you disembark and get to your transfer home. Our team will ensure you have the right support and facilities, back to your home address.

The Ship

P&O Britannia

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Welcome aboard P&O's Britannia. Boasting luxurious fittings and facilities, as well as a cool, contemporary style. Each accessible cabin comes with:

  • Accessible cabins available on request (very limited) - with wide access doors and space for mobility scooters to be stored
  • All bathrooms come with wet rooms, wide door access and grip-handles
  • Equipment hire available (including powered wheelchairs + hoists)
  • Outside, Balcony & Mini-Suite Cabins (prices may vary)
  • Air conditioning
  • TV, fridge and hairdryer
  • Tea and coffee making facilities

Full board: all meals are included in the price of your cruise holiday for complete ease and mouth-watering luxury at sea. There’s also an option to add a ‘drinks package’, which can be done either before or during your cruise.


Door-to-Door Transfer Service


Going from home to holiday has never been easier. We'll pick you in an accessible minibus, transferring you directly to the port where our team will be waiting to assist with check in.

This door to door transfer service is included free of charge each way for journeys within 125 miles of the port. For any journeys greater than 125 miles a charge of £3.25 per mile will apply (up to a maximum distance of 250 miles).

Please note, if you live in the following regions: Yorkshire, North East England, Wales, then an additional charge of £200 may be applied to your booking. This is due to our drivers needing to travel the night before to ensure pick up can be completed at the scheduled time on departure day.


Where does a Canary Island cruise go?

Canary Islands cruises aboard P&O's Britannia take you on an adventurous journey to seven exotic ports, offering a rich tapestry of experiences. Starting with the lush gardens of Funchal in Madeira, the cruise then sails to the expansive beaches of Las Palmas in Gran Canaria. From there, you'll explore the black sand landscapes of Tenerife and the picturesque vistas of Gran Canaria. 

Lanzarote awaits with its volcano-clad views, palm-fringed beaches, and crystal-clear waters. The journey also includes a visit to Cadiz, Spain's ancient city with a charm that dates back to the Phoenicians, before concluding in Lisbon, Portugal, where unique architecture and delicious custard tarts await.

What is the best month to go to the Canary Islands?

The Canary Islands are renowned for their consistently mild and inviting climate throughout the year. However, for those seeking the perfect beach holiday with warm sea temperatures, the best months to plan your visit are from May to mid-October.

During this extended period, you can bask in the glory of abundant sunshine and delightfully warm weather. This makes it an ideal time for a wide range of outdoor activities, from leisurely sunbathing on picturesque beaches to indulging in refreshing swims in the crystal-clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean. 

Whether you're an adventure enthusiast or simply looking to relax, these months offer the ideal conditions to make your trip to the Canary Islands truly memorable.

How long does it take to sail from Southampton to Canary Islands?

When you embark on a sailing voyage from Southampton to the Canary Islands, you can anticipate spending a leisurely 5 days on board before reaching your first destination. During this time, you'll have the opportunity to unwind and appreciate the tranquillity of the open ocean and make the most of the onboard amenities and activities. This journey provides a perfect balance of relaxation and anticipation as you draw closer to your first stop in the Canary Islands.

What is the most visited island in the Canary Islands?

Among the diverse and enchanting Canary Islands, Tenerife stands out as the ultimate tourist hotspot. Its popularity is well-deserved, thanks to a plethora of attractions that cater to a wide range of interests. Tenerife Canary Islands boasts pristine sandy beaches that beckon sun worshippers, a vibrant nightlife scene that comes alive after dark, and the awe-inspiring Teide National Park. This national park is home to Spain's highest peak, Mount Teide, a geological wonder that attracts nature enthusiasts and hikers from around the world. 

Tenerife's magnetic charm and its diverse offerings consistently draw tourists from all corners of the globe, making it the undisputed most visited island in the Canary Islands.

Which is the warmest Canary Island now?

The distinction of being the warmest Canary Island can vary depending on the season and specific weather patterns. However, during the height of summer, which typically spans from July to September, the eastern islands of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura tend to experience slightly higher daytime temperatures. These islands often see daytime highs around 28/29 °C (82/84 °F) during this period. 

It's important to emphasise that regardless of which Canary Island you choose to visit during the summer months, you can expect pleasantly warm temperatures that invite you to embrace the sun and enjoy the balmy climate.  Each island offers its unique charm and attractions, ensuring an unforgettable experience no matter where you decide to travel.

Dates and Prices

Start Date Days Price From Solo Traveller Price*
4th April 2025 15 From £4,349 From £6,199
* Solo spaces are limited.

If travelling abroad, please refer to travel advice issued by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office.

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