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Canary Isles winter tours from Croisi

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CroisiEurope has moved its winter 2011 cruise programme from the Red Sea in Egypt and Jordan, and will relocate its coastal cruise ship to the Canary Isles.

The 100-cabin MS Belle de l’Adréatique, CroisiEurope’s coastal cruise vessel, will be sailing around six Canary isles, to and from Tenerife in an 8-day rotation, starting on 15 December.

The new cruises will be calling on Canary islands ports of Arrecife (on the island of Lanzarote), Las Palmas (on Gran Canaria), Santa Cruz de La Palma, San Sebastian (on La Gomera), and Puerto de la Estacia (on the island of El Hierro) before returning to Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

A special Volcanoes and Wine cruise runs in the Canary Isles from December 2011 to March 2012, including a nature discovery tour that includes six Canary islands.

British tour operators offering CroisiEurope bookings include Cosmos, Shearings Holidays and Edwards Coaches.

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