Cruises to Calvi


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2025 No-Fly All-Inclusive Mediterranean & Italian Riviera

Spirit of Discovery 26 Mar 2025 18 nights No-Fly Cruise Portsmouth

FREE Chauffeur Service OR Port Car Parking*

Gratuities & wifi included*

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Itinerary: Portsmouth, England - Gibraltar - Cartagena, Spain - Palma, Majorca - Portoferraio, Elba - Livorno, Italy - Portofino - Calvi, Corsica - Cadiz, Spain - Portsmouth, England
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Balcony from £5,692pp

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The 2024 Roundtrip Valletta Discovery

Azura 27 Jun 2024 7 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included Valletta

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No tips required on board*

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Itinerary: Valletta, Malta - La Spezia, Italy - Calvi, France - Rome (from Civitavecchia), Italy - Naples, Italy - Valletta, Malta
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Inside from £929pp

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The 2024 Roundtrip Valletta Discovery

Azura 08 Aug 2024 7 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included Valletta

SAVE 5% - Book by 8pm 14th May 2024*

Full board cruising*

No tips required on board*

On Board Spend for ALL bookings*

Itinerary: Valletta, Malta - La Spezia, Italy - Calvi, France - Rome (from Civitavecchia), Italy - Naples, Italy - Valletta, Malta
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Inside from £969pp

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What to see in Calvi

Calvi, a sparkling gem on the Corsican coast, offers a unique blend of natural beauty, rich history and cultural vibrancy.

The imposing Citadel of Calvi, perched high above the town, is a must-visit landmark. This historic fortress, with origins dating back to the 13th century, offers breathtaking panoramic views of the bay and surrounding hills. As you wander through its ancient ramparts and narrow cobblestone pathways, you will encounter centuries-old buildings, including the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist and the Palace of the Governors. The citadel is not only a historical site but also a vantage point from which to appreciate the stunning Corsican landscape. The blend of architectural beauty and scenic views makes the Citadel of Calvi a memorable experience for every visitor.

Calvi's beaches are among the most beautiful in Corsica. The main beach, Plage de Calvi, stretches for several kilometres along the bay, offering clear, shallow waters ideal for swimming and water sports. The soft white sand and the backdrop of pine forests create a serene and picturesque setting for a day of relaxation. For those seeking a more secluded spot, the beaches near the Revellata Peninsula, such as Alga Beach, provide a tranquil escape. These hidden coves, accessible by a short hike or boat ride, offer crystal-clear waters and a chance to enjoy the Mediterranean’s beauty in peace.

The Balagne region, often referred to as the 'Garden of Corsica', is a fertile area known for its picturesque villages, olive groves and vineyards. A short drive from Calvi, this region offers a glimpse into traditional Corsican life. The village of Pigna, with its charming blue shutters and vibrant arts scene, is a highlight. Here, you can visit local artisan workshops and enjoy live music performances. Another must-visit is the hilltop village of Sant’Antonino, one of the oldest in Corsica, offering stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The Balagne region is also renowned for its hiking trails, such as the Tra Mare e Monti (Between Sea and Mountain), which provide an opportunity to explore Corsica’s diverse landscapes.


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