“The new route will call at magnificent ports after leaving the Portuguese capital, such as Alicante, in Costa Blanca, Mahon in Menorca, Olbia in Costa Smeralda, Sardinia, in Genoa, Marseille, Malaga and Cádiz, before returning to Lisbon” , highlights the company in a statement, revealing that, in total, 11 cruises will be available, all with an all-inclusive option.

The cruise company will also offer itineraries departing from Funchal, Madeira, in this case aboard the MSC Magnifica, with an option lasting 11 nights, in September and October, which includes stops in Malaga, Marseille, Genoa, Barcelona, Casablanca and Santa Cruz de Tenerife before returning to Funchal.