From Southampton to the Canaries: a guide to the best cruises

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The Canary Islands remain a top destination for British and European cruise travellers seeking sunshine, palm trees and sandy beaches relatively close to home. With year-round warm weather and seas, an intoxicating mix of North African, Spanish and indigenous Guanche cultures, plus modern ports and facilities, the Canaries are a natural choice for cruise vacationers.

Travellers from the UK find frequent departures from Southampton, with an average of 50 cruises per year leaving from the historic port city. Sailings to the Canaries from Southampton run between 10 to 16 nights, longer for itineraries that span a greater geographic area. They typically involve three days and nights at sea southbound,…

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