Cruise only (Please call for flight options)
Setting sail from Vega de Terrón (Salamanca)
Portugal: Barca d’Alva
The pretty little town of Pinhão, situated on a bend in the Douro, is all about one thing: wine. The surrounding hills are covered in vineyards, and you’ll have ample opportunity to sample a variety of tipples, including the region’s most famous product, port.
Peso da Régua (or Régua for short) is the main river port for the vineyards of the Upper Douro Valley, and is the perfect base for exploring the port-wine region. The town itself is not the prettiest, but has some excellent restaurants and an interesting museum.
Portugal: Caldas de Aregos, Entre-Os-Rios
Arriving in Porto (Corsica)
Your home from home
Custom built to operate on Portugal’s dramatic Douro River, the eco-friendly AmaVida and AmaDouro have comfortable staterooms and a wonderful main restaurant with an al fresco dining option.
What we love
Excellent accommodation on the Lisbon and Porto Decks boast comfortable outside balconies and all staterooms and suites have a well finished modern décor. The Sun Deck offers seating as well as the heated swimming pool, ideally for a refreshing dip!
|Capacity||106 Guests (AmaVida) / 102 Guests (AmaDouro)|
|Crew||30 European Staff|
|Style||Relaxed and informal during the day, giving way to an elegant evening atmosphere|
|Year Built||2013 (AmaVida) / 2019 (AmaDouro)|