Call us on 0800 019 0053 We are open today between 9am and 8pm

Home / Cruise Lines / P&O Cruises / Arcadia / Iceland Cruise

Iceland Cruise

  • Departure DateSun 9th Jun 2024
  • P&O Cruises Arcadia
  • 16 Night Cruise From Southampton
  • Cruise Only From £1,249 pp

Itinerary

  • Southampton
  • Skjolden
  • Lustrafjorden, Norway
  • Sognefjord
  • Alesund
  • Akureyri
  • Isafjordur
  • Grundarfjordur, Iceland
  • Reykjavik, Iceland
  • Belfast
  • Southampton

What's Included

  • Adult Only
  • No Tipping Required

Prices from pp

TypeInteriorOcean ViewBalcony
Sail From UK
Was£1,479
£1,249
Was£1,479
£1,299
£1,599

Sailing from the UK - cruise based on sailing from Southampton, call to discuss transportation options.
Voyage Code: J408

Speak to a Cruise Expert

Day 1 - Southampton

Arrive: Sun 09 June 2024 / Depart: Sun 09 June 2024

The city center is a charming mix of old city walls and a large modern shopping centre. With multiple restaurants, museums, cinemas and theatres there is plenty to be explored. Time spent at embarkation and disembarkation ports may be limited which may restrict availability of shore excursions.

Day 2 - At Sea

Day 3 - At Sea

Day 4 - Skjolden

Arrive: Wed 12 June 2024 / Depart: Wed 12 June 2024

Surrounded by steep hills with spectacular falls, Skjolden is located at the head of the longest navigable fjord in the world – Sognefjord. As well as being situated in a breathtaking location, the town itself is host to a number of activities and attractions. Once home to the Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951), he wrote some of his most important works here.

Day 4 - Lustrafjorden, Norway

Arrive: Wed 12 June 2024 / Depart: Wed 12 June 2024

Lustrafjorden, Norway

Day 4 - Sognefjord

Arrive: Wed 12 June 2024 / Depart: Wed 12 June 2024

The Sognefjord or Sognefjorden, nicknamed the King of the Fjords, is the largest and deepest fjord in Norway. Located in Vestland county in Western Norway, it stretches 205 kilometres inland from the ocean to the small village of Skjolden in the municipality of Luster

Day 5 - Alesund

Arrive: Thu 13 June 2024 / Depart: Thu 13 June 2024

Because it was completely rebuilt after being destroyed by fire in 1904, Alesund looks quite different to other Norwegian towns along the country's west coast now better known as simply 'Fjordland'. Stretching across three islands at the mouth of the magnificent Geirangerfjord, Alesunds architecture is now an eclectic mixture of mock-Gothic and neo-classical with more than a dash of Art Nouveau. Turrets and spires dot the skyline and you can trace the towns trend setting style development at the Art Nouveau Centre, one of several fascinating museums in the town. The pick is the open-air Sunnmre while the Atlantic Sea-Park is also worth a visit as one of the largest aquariums in northern Europe.

Day 6 - At Sea

Day 7 - At Sea

Day 8 - Akureyri

Arrive: Sun 16 June 2024 / Depart: Sun 16 June 2024

A genuine 'Midnight Sun' destination, Akureyri cruise port is a charming Icelandic town with a stunning location on the country's longest fjord - Eyjafjordur. There are several interesting museums and churches but the most amazing feature of Akureyri is its botanical garden - not surprisingly, the most northerly in the world. That this glorious display of flowers and plants thrives is a tribute to the local microclimate which is remarkably mild for somewhere so close to the Arctic Circle. Less surprising is the range of tours to appeal to nature-lovers from whale watching (18 species from minkes to killers have been spotted) to the spectacular 'Waterfall of the Gods' at Godafoss. Along the way, you will also see age-old glaciers, beautiful lakes, bubbling sulphur mud-pits, hidden caves and coves, dormant volcanoes and lava which has turned into bizarre-shaped sculptures.

Day 8 - Eyjafjörður

Day 8 - Hrisey Sail-by

Day 9 - Isafjordur

Arrive: Mon 17 June 2024 / Depart: Mon 17 June 2024

The Icelandic fishing port of Isafjordur is the perfect starting point for those who want to experience the magnificent natural beauty of the West Fjords, and its two valleys of Tungudalur and Engidalur lend themselves well to outdoor pursuits. Surrounded by steep sloping mountains you can indulge in a spot of skiing, golfing, or hiking - just some of the activities on offer. The town is also rich in art, culture and historical significance. Main points of interest include the Slunkariki Art Gallery and the West Fjords Folk Museum which houses a remarkable collection of traditional tools and relics. Nearby Neostikaupstaour consists of the oldest buildings in Iceland, including four from the 18th century, which belonged to Danish merchants. The town centre is interesting to walk around as it has a selection of old streets, small shops and a unique array of houses. Known for its quirky peculiarities don't be surprised to see the barber playing his accordion, the baker training for the marathon or see the goldsmith paddling around in his kayak!

Day 10 - Grundarfjordur, Iceland

Arrive: Tue 18 June 2024 / Depart: Tue 18 June 2024

Visionary 19th century novelist Jules Verne was so inspired by the spectacularly volcanic terrain of the Snaefellsnes (Snow Mountain) peninsula, on which the Icelandic cruise port Grundafjordur is located, that he set his epic tale ‘Journey to the Centre of the Earth’ at its heart – Snaefellsjokull.

Day 11 - Reykjavik, Iceland

Arrive: Wed 19 June 2024

The name means 'Smoky (or Steamy) Bay' but these days the Icelandic capital Reykjavik is even hotter than that. Its reputation now as a truly cultural, cosmopolitan city, with great restaurants and lively nightlife, has made it a hugely popular destination. Another big attraction is the opportunity to swim in open-air pools heated by the very geothermal springs that inspired Reykjavik's name. Not that Reykjavik - or most of Iceland for that matter - is actually icy at all. It may be the most northerly capital in the world and in the 'Land of Fire and Ice', but if you want ice, you have to travel away from the capital on one of the exciting glacier safari tours. But the most popular destination remains the nearby Blue Lagoon geothermal spa, where minerals bubble up from 5,000ft below the earth's surface.

Day 12 - Reykjavik, Iceland

Depart: Thu 20 June 2024

The name means 'Smoky (or Steamy) Bay' but these days the Icelandic capital Reykjavik is even hotter than that. Its reputation now as a truly cultural, cosmopolitan city, with great restaurants and lively nightlife, has made it a hugely popular destination. Another big attraction is the opportunity to swim in open-air pools heated by the very geothermal springs that inspired Reykjavik's name. Not that Reykjavik - or most of Iceland for that matter - is actually icy at all. It may be the most northerly capital in the world and in the 'Land of Fire and Ice', but if you want ice, you have to travel away from the capital on one of the exciting glacier safari tours. But the most popular destination remains the nearby Blue Lagoon geothermal spa, where minerals bubble up from 5,000ft below the earth's surface.

Day 13 - At Sea

Day 14 - At Sea

Day 15 - Belfast

Arrive: Sun 23 June 2024 / Depart: Sun 23 June 2024

Founded in the 17th century, the city was one of the world's leading industrial names, home to Harland and Wolff - the shipbuilders who built the ill-fated Titanic. Despite its more recent political troubles, Belfast is today an alluring destination. Amidst its majestic Victorian buildings, shop in stylish boutiques, sip a Guinness, or take a scenic stroll in Barnett Demesne park. The city's centrepiece is the City Hall, completed in 1906, with its domed roof and grand Italian marble staircase. Must-sees include the Crown Bar. Owned by the National Trust, it's still a vibrant drinking venue, with an amazingly rich and ornate interior of brightly coloured tiles, carvings, stained and etched glass, period gas lighting and cosy snugs.

Day 16 - At Sea

Day 17 - Southampton

Arrive: Tue 25 June 2024 / Depart: Tue 25 June 2024

The city center is a charming mix of old city walls and a large modern shopping centre. With multiple restaurants, museums, cinemas and theatres there is plenty to be explored. Time spent at embarkation and disembarkation ports may be limited which may restrict availability of shore excursions.

Arcadia From P&O Cruises

Exclusively for adults - Arcadia’s signature features such as her exterior glass-fronted lifts and expansive art collection, featuring no less than 3,000 works of art, create a sophisticated air.

Ship Cabins

Inside with Shower

Approximately 157-208 sq. ft. These spacious cabins are perfect if you want a more economical way to travel and prefer to be out and about experiencing the ship or reclining up on deck by the pools.

Large Inside Twin Shower

Approximately 157-208 sq. ft. These spacious cabins are perfect if you want a more economical way to travel and prefer to be out and about experiencing the ship or reclining up on deck by the pools.

Single Inside with Shower

Approximately 189 sq. ft. These spacious cabins are perfect if you want a more economical way to travel and prefer to be out and about experiencing the ship or reclining up on deck by the pools.

Outside with Bath/Shower

Approximately 183-202 sq. ft. If a balcony is not top of your list, but you're seeking great value and a sea view, then our Sea view cabins are ideal. Well designed and with all those little extras.

Outside with Bath/Shower (Obstructed View)

Approximately 180-189 sq. ft. If a balcony is not top of your list, but you're seeking great value and a sea view, then our Sea view cabins are ideal. Well designed and with all those little extras.

Deluxe Balcony with Bath/Shower

Approximately 212-379 sq. ft. There's nothing quite like opening your patio style doors onto your own private balcony, especially to take in the fresh morning air or to enjoy a spectacular sail in to your next destination.

Single Balcony with Shower

Approximately 206 sq. ft. There's nothing quite like opening your patio style doors onto your own private balcony.

Mini Suite with Bath/Shower

Approximately 388-480 sq. ft. The ultimate in luxury, our mini-suites offer the extra space of a lounge area (perfect for entertaining), a superior bathroom, dressing area and a broad balcony to take in the sights.

Suite Balcony Bath

Approximately 530-843 sq. ft. Delight in VIP treatment throughout your holiday with butler service, spacious accommodation, a superior bathroom with full-size whirlpool bath*, inclusive room service, breakfast each day in an exclusive restaurant plus all the luxuries included with Mini-suites.

Suite Balcony Bath

Approximately 530-843 sq. ft. Delight in VIP treatment throughout your holiday with butler service, spacious accommodation, a superior bathroom with full-size whirlpool bath*, inclusive room service, breakfast each day in an exclusive restaurant plus all the luxuries included with Mini-suites.
×

Filter Results

    • Next
    • Next

    Speak to a Cruise Expert

    Book With Confidence

    Book With Confidence

    The latest cruise deals straight to your inbox