Cruises this Easter

The Easter holidays are always a wonderful excuse to spend some quality time with the family, whether it’s a short hop across the sea or somewhere more exotic. However, if you and your loved ones can’t decide where to go this Easter, or have different opinions about what makes the perfect holiday, we’re here to help.

A cruise holiday has something for everyone. There are plenty of children’s activities to keep even the most hard to please kids entertained, not to mention an abundance of things to do for parents as well. And with a cruise, you’re not limited by where you can go, as you’ll be able to travel to several different locations at once.

Without further ado, here’s the best cruises for this Easter!

Mediterranean, onboard the P&O Oceana

What could be better than two weeks in the Mediterranean? Begin the journey by flying to beautiful Malta, where you’ll then cruise to the likes of Dubrovnik, Sicily and Rome, plus many more European gemstones.

You’ll be setting sail on the P&O Oceana, home to state of the art dining, with menus designed by famous chef Marco Pierre White, not to mention plenty of activities, from watercolour painting to live cabaret shows.

Boats in Bugibba bay, Malta

Caribbean, onboard Crown Princess

For an unforgettable family holiday, we can’t think of anywhere better than the Caribbean. Sandy beaches, friendly locals and a laidback atmosphere are all waiting for you, and with a Caribbean cruise you’ll be able to arrive in style!

Princess cruises are ideal for families and boast plenty of onboard facilities, including educational programmes, golfing, live entertainment and much more.

Fishermans Huts on Aruba island in the Caribbean Sea

Canaries, onboard P&O Brittania

You don’t have to travel halfway across the world to enjoy a brilliant holiday. A cruise to the Canaries is jampacked with sunshine, sandy beaches and plenty of culture, so whatever your ideal holiday comprises of, you’re bound to find it here.

Board the P&O Brittania which will sail to Madeira, La Palma, Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Lisbon, providing you with plenty of opportunities to explore the best of the Canary Islands.

Panorama view of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria