Beautiful bustling Barcelona. A stunning blend of intriguing architecture, irrepressible culture, exquisite food and inviting beaches means that Barcelona truly has something for everyone. Gaudí’s influence can be seen all over the city from the colourful Parc Güell to the majestic unfinished masterpiece that is La Sagrada Família.
Beautiful buildings, aromatic oranges and toe-tapping Flamenco await on a cruise to Cádiz. Situated on the peninsula in south west Spain, beautiful Cádiz is almost entirely surrounded by water. It’s been a popular port, trading post and base for exploration for around 3,000 years and the influence of its varied past makes it a fascinating city to explore. Put away the guidebook and allow its narrow streets and picturesque alleyways to lead you on a carefree adventure around inviting plazas, well-preserved churches and historic monuments.
Mallorca is a picture-perfect Mediterranean postcard. Thanks to its ravishing beaches, azure views, remote mountains and soulful hill towns, Mallorca has a sunny personality which makes it an ever-popular destination.
From the sprawling city of Paris to the luxurious coastline at St. Tropez, France’s landscape is wonderfully diverse. Journey to France’s southern coast and be swept up in its glitz and luxury.
The Côte d’Azur oozes star appeal; saunter through the streets of iconic Cannes and you may rub shoulders with any number of visiting celebrities. Unknown perhaps to the movie stars that descend on Cannes for a fortnight each May, this magnificent city offers much more beyond the red carpet and luxury yachts. Tempting as it is to dive headlong into the glamorous shopping and social scene on the seafront, equally awe-inspiring are the sweeping coastal vistas and scooting across to the peaceful Lérins Islands.
Make your way to Monte Carlo and admire the fascinating yachts that line the harbour or check out the incredible private antique car collection of H.S.H. Prince Rainier III. The epitome of elegance and glamour, Monte Carlo boasts sandy beaches, elegant hotels, a vibrant nightlife and is a favourite haunt of the jet set.
Nestled between scenic Nice and bustling Monaco, the quiet beach town of Villefranche-sur-Mer awaits discovery. A more relaxed destination than its famous neighbours, Villefranche boasts all the charm of the French Riviera but with less tourists. It’s an ideal place to meander without intent, explore narrow alleys and steep staircases and take in the quintessentially Mediterranean scenery.
In the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, Italy is the birthplace of the Renaissance and one of the most exciting cultural destinations on the planet. Home to the Colosseum, the dreamy canals of Venice, the leaning tower of Pisa and the lush Amalfi Coast, it’s easy to see why visitors flock here year-round.
Sorrento, a small town with a big reputation. A popular destination thanks to its location as the gateway to the Amalfi, Sorrento is certainly worth visiting. Its streets are filled with churches and there are plenty of museums too. It’s also very famous for its production of Limoncello – Via San Cesareo is a must if you’d like to witness the craft of Limoncello for yourself.
History comes to life in the city of Rome. With so many impressive sights like the ornate Trevi Fountain, awe-inspiring Vatican City and the mighty Colosseum, Rome offers a heady mix of haunting ruins, incredible art and vibrant street life. What’s more, it is one of the world’s most romantic cities and what better way to explore it than on an adult only cruise?
What’s the first thing that springs to mind when you think of Italy? Naples is the home of pizza and the place to experience Italy’s signature dish like never before. But it isn’t the only thing the city is known for; Naples’ wealth of cultural assets is extraordinary. Two royal palaces, three castles, ancient ruins, rich volcanic soils, a bountiful sea and countless generations of culinary know-how make this a treasure trove of fascinating attractions for travel enthusiasts.