Treasures of the Celtic Sea

11/22/2019 through 04/23/2021
11/22/2019 through 05/04/2021

Treasures of the Celtic Sea

Set off to discover the treasures of the Celtic Sea. This 9-day cruise between Saint-Malo and Glasgow will take you into the heart of landscapes of wild and melancholic beauty: between lush green prairies, sheer cliffs, colourful little villages, moss and heaths, fall under the spell of these lands infused with mystery.

Your first port of call will be Guernsey, whose green prairies and romantic cliffs welcomed Victor Hugo during his exile, then the Isles of Scilly, a strange little archipelago whose landscapes seem to have come straight out of Enid Blyton's famous story, The Rockingdown Mystery. Here, long sandy beaches lie alongside green fields, while ruins of old castles stand proud on hilltops.

On the south coast of Ireland, you will discover Kinsale, a charming little port sheltered within the Bandon Estuary.

L'Austral will take you then to Liverpool and Dublin, the Irish capital brimming with convivial atmosphere and authentic charm.

In the Isle of Man, located between the United Kingdom and Ireland, you will discover the capital Douglas, a postcard from United Kingdom of yesteryear with a Victorian atmosphere.

During your stopover in Belfast, you can visit the Giant's Causeway. This massive geological formation is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and features over 40,000 basalt columns.

You will disembark at Glasgow, end of this beautiful cruise.


Day 1 Saint-Malo
Day 2 Guernsey, Channel Islands
Day 3 Isles Of Scilly
Day 4 Kinsale
Day 5 Liverpool
Day 6 Dublin
Day 7 Douglas
Day 8 Belfast, Northern Ireland
Day 9 Glasgow, Scotland

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