30 July - 13 August 2016
14 days, Lord Nelson
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30 July - 13 August 2016
*Places at request* Join the final leg of the 2016 Tall Ships Race on-board our marvellous Lord Nelson. You will depart the quaint city of Cadiz and Cruise-in-Company up the Western coast of Spain to La Coruna. The final port in the series is no stranger to the Tall Ships Races and will be welcoming the fleet back for the 11th time – the most ever! Open for abled and disabled trainees. Minimum age 16 years. More info: firstname.lastname@example.org
The oldest city in Spain, with a wealth of historic landmarks. Water is never far away, as the old town is built on a narrow stretch of land jutting out into the Mediterranean Sea. Get lost in the Old town with its many narrow, winding streets and visit one of the many parks that dot the city. Its many cathedrals and plazas are also well worth a visit. Go to La Caleta beach, at La Viña, the old fisherman quarter. Go catch a Flamenco concert and feast your taste buds with the fresh sea foods.
A Coruña is a port town in the north west of Spain. Here you will find the Tower of Hercules, a lighthouse that has been in operation for 1.800 years! The town itself is an affluent commercial and tourism hub, with plenty of things to see and do. Visit the popular beaches, explore the city centre, or sample some of the many cultural activities. The Aquarium Finisterrae lets you explore the marine life of the region. But if you prefer your fish on a plate, A Coruña’s restaurants can help you out.
A Coruña (ES)
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