Today your adventure begins! Either join our transfer to the cruise port or park your car in the complimentary parking; before we board P&O's Arvia. With its maiden voyage in 2022 the Arvia is a much loved ship with all the amenities you would expect from P&O. With 15 guest decks and a world of entertainment and dinning facilities on board, theres plenty to keep the whole family entertained.
Our care team will help you check-in your bags, after which they’ll be taken directly to your room. If you’re staying in an accessible cabin, you also benefit from Priority Embarkation.
As we set sail for the warm waters of the Mediterranean, you’ll have a day to get to know the ship, relax in your accessible state-room and enjoy some fantastic entertainment. Whether you prefer sitting back with a cocktail in hand and soaking up the sea views on the deck, catching a superb Broadway-style show or belting out some karaoke, there’s plenty to get involved with onboard the Arvia.
Included: Full Board
Today, we make our first stop in A Coruña - one of Galicia’s biggest cities and a major hub for the textiles and fashion industries. Home to international mega-brand, Zara, it boasts an exciting array of shops and boutiques.
It’s not all about the shopping, though. A Coruña is a vibrant and exciting beach town with a fantastic food scene and some of the best seafood in northern Spain. Your ship docks just a seven-minute walk from the central Maria Pita square, where you’ll find a number of delightful cafes, bars and restaurants and also be able to catch a glimpse of the city’s famous Hercules Lighthouse.
Revel in the glorious Mediterranean rays out on deck, cool off in the pool and check out the night sky beneath Arvia’s unique SkyDome as we travel around the Iberian Peninsula. Your full-board holiday ensures you can take your pick of dining experiences in a range of new and exclusive restaurants, while P&O’s entertainment facilities and organised activities are a great way to pass the day.
Whether you want to catch a film at the onboard cinema, would prefer to listen to some live music or try something completely different in the Altitude Activity Zone, there’s something for every type of traveller.
Still need to top up the tan? Today you will have another full day on board the Arvia as we head towards the Balearic Islands, so why not head to the deck, relax, drink in hand as you soak up the warm Mediterranean rays.. With so much to do on board keep your eyes peeled for the Horizon magazine. In this you will find a list of daily activities taking place on board and where to find them.
After you have tucked into breakfast today you have the chance to explore the island or Mallorca. The ship will dock in the islands Port of Palma which has been transformed in recent years into one of the most sophisticated hotspots of the Mediterranean. This beautiful Spanish island offers towering mountains and dramatic cliffs rising over clear, blue waters — but its hidden gem is Palma de Mallorca, the island's capital and largest city, where you'll find quaint historic streets, Gothic castles and gastronomic delights.
After an action packed day on shore, make sure today you sit back and relax, as theres still plenty more to come! Why not book yourself into a speciality restaurant like Epicurean where you can marvel at each exquisite dish, inspired by British cuisine given a modern twist by expert chefs. Or when did you last have a hair cut, did you know theres a hair salon in the spa!
Ciao! Today were in Italy. This northern Italian port city of La Spezia, on the border of Liguria and Tuscany is one of Italy's most important military and commercial harbours. With its traditional terracotta buildings precariously perched overlooking the bay you will have a chance to meander around its winding streets and enjoy some traditional Italian Cuisine in one of its many bars and restaurants. Less commercial than its nearby neighbours or Pisa or Florence, La Spezia gives an honest look at traditional Italian day to day life.
Once you have tucked into your fill of Italian Pizza and Gelato There's the 13th century Our Lady of Assumption church, housing a surprising collection of art, and the civic museum in the Castle of San Giorgio is just one of seven museums in the town.
Best known for it maritime history Toulon is located on France's South Mediterranean coast about 40 miles southeast of Marseilles. With a large navel port you can enjoy watching the French navel warships in harbour on most days that have been docking here since the port was established in the 1500s. Enjoy strolling around its cobbled streets as you miranda around a plethora of art and maritime museums. Or sit back in one of its many bars and cafe's. Still need some souvenirs head for the daily market in Le Marche, where fresh flowers, fruit and vegetables along with other stalls can be found.
The Catalan capital, Barcelona is one of the most iconic cities in Europe and an essential destination for architecture, art and food-lovers, there’s nothing quite like strolling through the Barri Gòtic and stopping at one of the many outstanding bars for a spot of tapas or a cooling sangria.
If you’re a bit of a culture vulture, there are plenty of opportunities to check out work by Dalí, Gaudí Miró and Picasso, and of course the world famous Cathedral The Sagrada Familia ,so make sure you plan your visit ahead of time to make the most of your visit.
In the last 3 days you have visited Italy, France and Spain so were sure you will welcome a little break and another chance to check out the ships endless facilities. Today would be the perfect day to head to the Anderson's bar where the ship has its own distillery and you can see Gin being created before your eyes. This could be the perfect spot to sit and relax with your other fellow Limitless Travel passengers, swap photos and discuss all you've seen, and all that theres still to do!
Your final port before we head for home! Romantic Cadiz boasts thousands of years of history and has been one of Spain’s most important coastal cities for much of the country’s past. One of the spiritual homes of flamenco, it’s a city with a unique character and visible Arabic heritage, ensuring it’s an enchanting last stop on your cruise.
Almost entirely surrounded by water, Cadiz is one of the Iberian Peninsula’s hidden gems and a favourite amongst many Spanish travellers. The locals are known for their welcoming, down-to-earth character and the city’s restaurants are seafood specialists, so make sure you sit down for some fresh fish before you leave. Our care team will escort you to Plaza de España and the Batería de San Felipe (a canon lined fortress), both of which are within walking distance of the cruise terminal and are great spots to begin your exploration of this sun-soaked city.
Today, we begin the two-day journey back to Southampton. The Arvia, were sure feels like home now, so take this time to revisit your favourite spots, try something new or top up that tan in the SkyDome. As always, the Limitless Team will be on-hand to help you with everything you need.
Today is your last full day at sea, so make the most of it! It will also be your final night on board, so make sure to book into a comedy show, karaoke or West-End production, all of which are included in the price of your cruise!
After your last breakfast, we’ll help you check-out. Your bags will be taken down by the Arvia's crew and our care team will be on-hand to assist you. From here you will join the transfers back to the pick-up points, relaxed, rejuvenated and ready for your next Limitless adventure. We can’t wait to see you again!