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Eastern Mediterranean, Black Sea and Adriatic Cruises

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Featured Eastern Mediterranean Cruises

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Inside from £1,669pp
Princess Cruises

The 2021 No-Fly Mediterranean Adventurer

  • 22 Oct 2021
  • 14 nights
  • Ship: Sky Princess
  • No-Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Southampton, England - Seville (Cadiz) - Barcelona - Marseille (Provence) - Florence/Pisa (Livorno) - Rome (Civitavecchia) - Sardinia (Alghero) - Gibraltar - Southampton, England

Includes: Full board cruising*, Just £30pp per day to add Premium Drinks, Wi-Fi & Gratuities*, MedallionClass Ship, MedallionNet - The Best Wi-Fi at sea*

Inside from £2,299pp
Celebrity Cruises

The 2022 No-Fly Spain & Italian Mediterranean

  • 30 Jul 2022
  • 14 nights
  • Ship: Celebrity Silhouette
  • No-Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Southampton - Gibraltar - Cagliari, Sardinia - Naples, Italy - Rome (from Civitavecchia), Italy - Florence, Italy - Provence (Marseille), France - Seville (Cadiz) - Southampton

Includes: Classic Drinks Package Always Included*, Tips Always Included*, Wi-Fi Always Included*, Just a Deposit required to secure your holiday*

Suite from £7,879pp
Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Venice to Barcelona

  • 25 May 2022
  • 12 nights
  • Ship: Seven Seas Voyager
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Venice, Italy - Split - Kotor, Montenegro - Corfu, Greece - Valletta - Trapani - Amalfi - Rome (from Civitavecchia), Italy - La Spezia (Cinque Terre) - Toulon, France - Mahon,...

Includes: 6★ All-Inclusive Cruising*, FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions*, FREE Drinks Package & Wi-Fi*, FREE Speciality Dining & Included Gratuities*

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Historic waterways of the eastern Mediterranean

With its ancient architectures still standing, Greece offers a history like no other. Immerse yourself in Greek mythology and visit archaic temples built in tribute to Grecian gods thousands of years ago. Take in the charming white-stone buildings of Greece’s coastal cities and towns or trek around the country’s stunning natural forests, valleys and canyons. As the sun sets over the turquoise sea, enjoy an indulgent Greek dish such as moussaka or gyro complemented with some traditional ouzo.

Once a glamorous hang-out for the likes of Jackie Kennedy Onassis and Brigitte Bardot, the Cycladic island of Mykonos still boasts an air of exclusivity. Golden sand beaches beckon, while pristine white-washed architecture contrasts against the brilliantly blue Aegean Sea. Embrace the island’s elegant allure as you visit historic sites, browse chic boutiques and dine on its scenic waterfront.

Striking Santorini is the largest Greek island of an archipelago of the same name, the exposed remains of an enormous volcanic eruption that occurred around 3,600 years ago. Beautifully scenic and historically fascinating, it is rumoured to have inspired Plato’s Atlantis and the eruption has been suggested as the cause of the Biblical plagues. Look down on the deep blue waters of the four-mile-wide lagoon from an amphitheatre of whitewashed dwellings perched atop the caldera’s precipice.

Venturing to Croatia’s clear, sapphire waters is a refreshing experience. The Adriatic coast is awash with ancient architecture, quaint fishing villages and a collection of many picturesque islands. During summer, an extensive ferry network runs meaning you can easily do a spot of island hopping.

The fantastically scenic peninsula of Split is found on the west coast of Croatia, surrounded on three sides by the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea. The dynamic city is a hub of activity where modern life flows harmoniously around thousands of years of history. At its centre is the Diocletian’s Palace, a recognised UNESCO World Heritage Site and the setting for much of the popular TV series, Game of Thrones.

George Bernard Shaw once said: “Those who seek paradise on earth should come to Dubrovnik and find it”. Indeed, with its marble streets, Baroque buildings and serene surroundings, this charming city on the Croatian coastline is a very special part of the world. The splendour of the pedestrian-only Old Town is a treasure trove of beautiful and historic architecture, while there is no better way to soak up the sun than by lying on one of the city’s sun-kissed, sparkling beaches.

Sail to Istanbul and enter a city of wonder. Considered the place where east meets west, Istanbul is the only city to occupy two continents. For this reason, the city has been a pivotal location for commerce and conquest for thousands of years. The wealth of history and culture is simply unmatched, from the beautifully detailed mosques to the 500-year-old Grand Bazaar.

On Turkey’s western Aegean coast is Kuşadasi, a beach town named after the nearby Güvercinada Island, which resembles a bird’s head. A Byzantine castle on the island is popular for sightseeing, while the mainland is home to the popular Ladies Beach, a seafront promenade, plus many restaurants and shops. Nearby attractions include several waterparks and the scenic Dilek Peninsula-Büyük Menderes Delta National Park, though the ancient Greco-Roman city of Ephesus is the magnum opus.

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