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historic fortress of Alcazaba. Take a tour to ‘Mini Hollywood’, the setting for spaghetti westerns such as For a Few Dollars More (1965) and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966). Malaga, Spain Malaga is overflowing with aesthetic pleasures, such as the Moorish Alcazaba Fortress and the ‘mile of art’, which fittingly includes the Picasso Museum as the famous artist was born here. Alternatively, try authentic Spanish tapas; head to Marbella and relax on the stunning beaches; or tour to Granada for the striking Alhambra Palace. Cádiz, Spain Historic Cádiz hugs Andalusia’s sunlit Atlantic coast. There’s an Old Town, Cathedral and an Archaeological Museum all well worth visiting. The highlights don’t stop there: relax on a sandy beach or two, savour exceptional views from the Torre Tavira or head to the Plaza de España for the iconic Monument to the Constitution of 1812. La Coruña, Spain From the beautiful beaches to the impressive seafront promenade; and from uncovering the many intriguing galleries and museums in the Old Quarter to admiring the diverse architecture, ranging from Medieval to Modernist, La Coruña has something for everyone. There are also stunning views of the Plaza da Maria Pita and the Tower of Hercules – said to be the world’s oldest lighthouse. Casablanca Marrakech The Balmoral was great, the staff were superb and the food terrific! independent customer reviews The Mediterranean 101 View destination and ship videos at www.cruisewithfred.tv


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