Cities of southern SpainBelle de Cadix
April 2015 - October 2015
The Belle de Cadix is in service since 2005. It has 70 comfortable outside cabins located on three different passenger decks.The floor to ceiling windows or portholes guarantee a wonderful view of the surrounding river landscape. The warm colours and stylish interiors of the 12m² cabins make a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere.
Let us pamper you during your stay on board. For breakfast, an extensive buffet in the spacious restaurant, is waiting for you. At lunch and dinner time you will be served several courses of regional specialties from our attentive service staff. You can enjoy free drinks during meals, such as water, juices, beer or a selection of international and local wines. Later in the evening, visit the adjacent lounge bar for a drink with a wonderful view.
Entertainment and Activities
When the weather is fine, it is worth visiting the partially covered sun decks where sun loungers are available for your relaxation. Peace seekers can retire with a cup of coffee in the library. At evenings you are invited to an entertainment program with music and dance. A highlight of every cruise is the festive gala dinner with the captain.
The Belle de Cadix hosts a warm family atmosphere. We recommend casual, sport clothes for the day and an elegant wardrobe for special occasions such as the gala dinner. Furthermore, you should remember to bring with you a sweater for cooler evenings and stout footwear for on-shore activities.
Vessels in the CroisiEurope fleet are distinguished by the clean lines unique to them. Onboard, everything has been designed to offer maximum comfort. The lounge rooms and dining rooms are spacious and elegant and fitted out with the latest technologies. The functional, welcoming cabins are very well equipped (satellite TV, carpet, shower, hair dryer, WC). All vessels are air-conditioned with an independent thermostat for each cabin. The top deck, which is open to the sky and includes a sheltered area, is the ideal place to take the air, lying in the sun on a deck chair, walking from one end of the deck to the other, or sitting at one of the tables under the awning.