August 31, 2022 - New Canary Islands program for AIDAmar in winter 2022/2023 offers guests even more variety and flexibility
With a new Canary Islands program with AIDAmar in winter 2022/2023, AIDA Cruises offers its guests an even larger selection of routes and travel lengths. The new trips can be booked from September 12, 2022.
In addition to the existing 7-day AIDAmar Canary Islands Cruises from/to Gran Canaria, guests can now also opt for 9- or 12-day trips. Fuerteventura will be added as a new port of entry and end. If you are looking for a really big break in the Canary Islands, you can even book a 14-day vacation trip with AIDAmar. In this way, AIDA Cruises offers its guests more flexibility when planning their vacation.
There will also be even more variety in the destinations to be reached. So will next Fuerteventura also new La Gomera added to the program as a new highlight port. The wildest of the Canary Islands has something for everyone: Sunny beaches, wild and romantic landscapes, unique nature. The many facets of the green island make La Gomera a popular holiday destination.
AIDAmar departs in weekly rotation Gran Canaria the 7-day routes "Canary Islands & Madeira" and "Canary Islands with La Gomera".
The Canary Islands & Madeira route goes to Fuerteventura and Tenerife, also scores particularly well with a two-day stay on the flower island Madeira. A trip to the famous thatched-roof houses in Santana, hiking along the old levada routes, a jeep tour to the Nun's Valley or taking the gondola up Funchal's local mountain to enjoy the view of the city and bay with AIDAmar - you can experience a lot in two days .
With stops on La Palma, La Gomera, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and Tenerife, the "Canary Islands with La Gomera" route offers six of the Canary Islands in one holiday, starting and finishing in Gran Canaria.
There are also two 9-day routes from Fuerteventura to choose from: On the "Canary Islands & Madeira" route, the highlight is the visit to Madeira. AIDAmar stays on this fascinating island for two days. There are also stops in Fuerteventura, Tenerife and Gran Canaria.
In addition to Fuerteventura, Tenerife and Gran Canaria, the 9-day route "Canary Islands with La Gomera" also goes to La Palma, Lanzarote and La Gomera.
The 12-day "Big Canary Round Trip & Madeira" leads from Gran Canaria to La Gomera, La Palma, Lanzarote and Tenerife, north to Madeira and back to Fuerteventura.