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Seven kilometres of white-sand beach curl around a single cove in Santos Sao Paulo. The beach is separated from the high rises by lush green gardens, complete with palm trees and exotic flowers, offering shady seating with great ocean views. Here you can also learn about Brazil’s key export at the Coffee Museum, located in the beautiful former Coffee Stock Exchange building.
Santos - Embark Ship
Glamour and elegance greet you wherever you look on the beautiful Costa Favolosa, welcoming you to an experience that is, well... fabulous! With an extensive selection of gorgeous lounges, bars, amazing restaurants and on board facilities, it has everything you need for the cruise holiday of a lifetime.
Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro is the most visited city in the southern hemisphere and the second largest city in Brazil. Dance to samba or bossa nova in the city’s exciting bars, sample some deliciously spicy cuisine or just relax on one of the beaches – you’re on Rio time now!
You won’t be short of entertainment options on board Costa Favolosa. The impressive Hortensia Theatre spans three decks and dazzling performances will keep you entertained in the evening, while the Bélphegor 4D Cinema will amaze you and the disco will keep you dancing all night!
Salvador de Bahia
Take in Salvador’s brightly-coloured colonial buildings, vast plazas and baroque churches as well as its beautiful beaches. This hotspot of music and culture has a vibrant Afro-Brazilian culture, a legacy of its colonial heritage, and has festivals throughout the year where the whole town moves to the rhythm of beating drums.
Maceio has been popular with Brazilian holidaymakers for years but is relatively undiscovered by other tourists. It’s no wonder the Brazilians have kept it to themselves; this friendly city has miles of gorgeous white-sand beaches fringed with palm trees and an exciting nightlife. An off-shore reef means there’s very little surf, making its clear green waters ideal for swimming and snorkelling.
Named after the coral reefs that surround its coastline, Recife is the capital of the Brazilian state of Pernambuco known for its love of culture and fabulous carnival celebrations. As well as modern high rises, it has a colourful historic centre and magnificent beaches cooled by Atlantic breezes.
There is an impressive variety of dining options on board the Favolosa, from fine dining to informal eateries. For those who enjoy the tradition of set-time dining there’s the stunning Duca di Borgogna Restaurant for fine-dining in an extravagant setting. Guests who prefer a more informal style of restaurant can head to the Ca’d’oro buffet restaurant or the family-friendly Caffeteria Porta D’Oro.
The largest of the Canary Islands, Tenerife is towered over by a dormant volcano, Mount Teide, and its beaches range from golden yellow to black sand as a result of its unique geology. With year-round sunshine, spectacular scenery, rich colonial architecture and abundant marine life, Tenerife has plenty of attractions for visitors.
This volcanic island in the Canary Islands has an otherworldy landscape of black, red and orange volcanic rocks and craters formed by lava flows. It has such a unique ecosystem UNESCO has designated the island a World Biosphere Reserve. With year round sunshine and stunning beaches, Lanzorate is a popular destination but while there are plenty of lively towns for tourists there are also vast quiet areas where you won’t see another soul.
With a massive selection of bars and lounges, you’ll be spoilt for choice! Whether you want to enjoy a quiet drink with some gentle piano music in the background or you really want to let your hair down, there are quiet and lively bars to suit all tastes.
The birthplace of Picasso, Malaga is a chic resort on Spain’s Costa Del Sol which boasts galleries, museums, independent boutiques and restaurants. Eat freshly caught sardines by the sea, relax on the beach or head to Alcazaba of Málaga, a medieval fortress surrounded by lush, fountain-filled gardens.
The Favolosa boasts four fabulous swimming pools, a thrilling waterslide and the fun-filled Acqua Park, giving you plenty of opportunity to make a splash on board! When you’re ready to relax, the serene Samsara Spa is the ideal place to pamper yourself and the Della Rosa Library just perfect for curling up with a good book.
Barcelona - Disembark Ship
Today you’ll arrive back in Barcelona where your cruise ends. You’ll disembark here and fly home.
Other regional airports may be available*