Your first call is the atmospheric port of Vigo, home to Europe’s largest fishing port. Then, drink in the timeless views of Lisbon as Ventura cruises in along the Tagus River. For a true taste of this delightful city, hit the back streets for a fresh Pasteis de Nata (custard tart) and bica (espresso).
Porto is an enchanting city with Roman ramparts and Parisian-style squares, best known for its delicious, fortified port wine, to which the city gave its name. It’s also home to one of the most successful football clubs in Portugal.
Your last port of call is delightful St Peter Port. Why not explore the Ruettes – tranquil, quiet lanes that are dedicated to walkers, cyclists and horse riders, or wander round the intriguing military museum. When you’ve finished sightseeing, do leave time for duty-free shopping and some local Guernsey ice cream.
05 APR Southampton
07 APR Vigo
08 APR Lisbon
09 APR Oporto
11 APR St. Peter Port
12 APR Southampton