Your Marseille to Marbella Package

Marseille to Marbella

Club Med


  15 Nights


  Club Med


Live your childhood dreams, exploring the ocean waves

Welcome aboard the biggest sailing ship in the world. With 5 masts, 184 cabins and 2000 m2 of external decks over 8 levels, this 187 metre long ship is a marvel. It’s not only the dimensions that impress: the aesthetics are also magnificent. Every cabin, from the lower deck to the ship owner’s Suite at the very top, has an external view. Everything is of the highest quality.

A green oasis in Andalusian style

In the south of Andalusia, discover a vast 14 hectare estate overlooking picturesque Marbella. Our new Club Med Resort Magna Marbella is set amidst terraced gardens, with the Mediterranean as a backdrop. Enjoy a moment of complete satisfaction in the zen pool. Have fun with your children in the water play area. Try your hand at Padel Tennis. Taste the sunshine-filled flavours of our Mediterranean cuisine. Then, head off to explore the many treasures of this unique region, including Ronda, Malaga, Córdoba and Granada. Let the magic begin...

Your Fly, Stay & Cruise Package Includes:

  • $2800 flight credit per person
  • 1 night 4-star accommodation in Marseille with breakfast
  • 7 night Occitania & Iberian Coast cruise onboard Club Med 2, Marseille to Malaga
  • 7 nights accommodation at Club Med Magna Marbella
  • Includes all-day gourmet dining, premium open bar, activities, entertainment, WiFi access
  • Select transfers throughout

Pricing is per person twin share and based on travel 20 October – 04 November 2023

Solo traveller pricing available. Please speak to one of our travel consultants for more details

Cruise Itinerary | Marseille to Malaga

Day 1 - Marseille

Founded in 600 BCE by Greek sailors from Phocaea, the Old Port and its historic neighbourhoods, the Byzantine-style Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde basilica, its sunny corniche facing the sea and its wild rocky inlets make it a city of great contrasts. Ship docked, no water sports. Boarding and disembarkation port of call.

Departure at 7:30 PM

Day 2 - Sete

Located between the Mediterranean and the Étang de Thau, famous for its oysters, Sète is also known as the "Venice of the Languedoc" because of its network of canals. It has retained its old world charm thanks to the ports located in the heart of the city. Boat docked, dive locker closed, stopover without beach.

Arrival at 8:30 AM

Departure at 5:00 PM

Day 3 - Collioure

Lapped by the waters of the Mediterranean, at the foot of the Pyrenees, Collioure has inspired painters such as Matisse and Chagall. Its narrow cobbled streets wind between two harbours, where brightly painted Catalan rowing boats bob on the waves. Ship at anchor, water sports available.

Arrival at 8:30 AM

Departure at 5:00 PM

Day 4 - Mahon

Menorca's port invites you in to discover the unspoilt charms of the "blue and white island". Its cliffs and inlets hide reminders of megalithic times: navetes, taulas, and talaiots. Ship docked, no water sports and no direct access to a beach.

Arrival at 8:30 AM

Departure at 5:00 PM

Day 5 - Palma de Majorque

Dominated by its imposing cathedral, considered to be one of the most beautiful Gothic structures in Spain, the capital of the Balearic Islands has a twin identity, combining modernism and traditions. Ship docked, no water sports.

Arrival at 8:30 AM

Departure at 5:00 PM

Day 6 - Alicante

The Greeks called it the white citadel and the Romans the city of light. Closely linked, the old town, the port and the beach make this a city with its face turned resolutely towards the sea. Ship docked, no water sports.

Arrival at 8:30 AM

Departure at 6:00 PM

Day 7 - Carthagène

Brightly coloured Andalusian houses enliven Cartagena, an arid former mining city with a special Mediterranean charm. Many cultures have made Cartgena home over the centuries, leaving behind a rich artistic history that is still visible today. Ship docked, no water sports and no direct access to a beach.

Arrival at 8:00 AM

Departure at 2:00 PM

Day 8 - Malaga

Cosmopolitan Andalusia has 300 days of sunshine a year. It's also a major landmark in the history of Cubism - you can visit the house where Picasso was born and the museum with over 200 of his works. Ship docked in port. Boarding and disembarkation port of call.

Arrival at 7:00 AM

* Conditions apply. Offer is limited, subject to availability and change without notice. Promotion is correct and valid at the time of publication. Booking and full supplier terms and conditions apply. Valid for new bookings only and not combinable with any other offer (unless stated).

Prices listed are per person in Australian/New Zealand Dollars, based on twin occupancy, including all discounts unless otherwise stated. The offer is subject to availability at time of booking and shown on the lowest category available at the time.  Fares are capacity controlled and are subject to change at any time without notice. Prices/Offers are correct as at 15 August 2023 and can be withdrawn without notice.   Cabin categories include prepaid government fees and port taxes unless otherwise stated.  Hotels may charge resort fees not included in this package, payable direct upon check in. Visas are not included.  Payments made by credit card will incur a surcharge. Air credit is applicable on airline of choice, subject to availability and subject to the carriers’ flight schedules and conditions.