Mediterranean Cruises


See More of the Mediterranean in Windstar Style


Surrounded by wonders like the magnificent Cinque Terre, the culturally transcendent Alhambra, and the Belém Tower monument, it is easy to fall in love with the Mediterranean. With unique cruise itineraries, Windstar brings you closer to this spectacular part of the world. Cruise the Guadalquivir River, the only navigable river in Spain spanning 408 miles, to Seville. Anchor in the heart of Old Town Dubrovnik as larger cruise ships pass by. Visit a local Mediterranean market with our Windstar Chef, enjoy local experiences in interesting locales such as Giardini Naxos, Portofino, and Mallorca and see a new port almost every day with never more than one sea day.

Rome to Barcelona - 7 Days

Enjoy the world’s premier yachting playgrounds in a beautiful small ship that feels like your own private yacht. These beautiful ports string together like perfect pearls, each glowing with its own special beauty. Sparkling cities and charming villages. Secluded harbors and immaculate beaches. Discover the mystique and magic of the Rivieras that only an intimate small ship can show you.

Rome to Venice - 8 Days

Explore the shores of Italy, Croatia and Montenegro, discovering the charm of Venice, the magnificence of Rome, and the vast beauty of the Dalmatian Coast. Wander down the ancient cobblestone streets of Taormina, travel up the sparking fjord to Kotor and bask in the allure of small ship cruising as your small ship anchors in the heart of Old Town Dubrovnik while larger ships only pass by. From remarkable small ports such as Rovinj to timeless cities like Venice and Rome, discover the Mediterranean’s most charming and historic destinations in one incomparable voyage.

Explore the shores of Italy, Croatia and Montenegro, discovering the charm of Venice, the magnificence of Rome, and the vast beauty of the Dalmatian Coast. Wander down the ancient cobblestone streets of Taormina, travel up the sparking fjord to Kotor and bask in the allure of small ship cruising as your small ship anchors in the heart of Old Town Dubrovnik while larger ships only pass by. From remarkable small ports such as Rovinj to timeless cities like Venice and Rome, discover the Mediterranean’s most charming and historic destinations in one incomparable voyage.

Discover the Croatia that empires have coveted for centuries aboard a small cruise ship. Experience the amazing rainbow colors of Plitvice Lakes National Park and Lake Bled’s fairytale island. Wonder at the tenacity of Dubrovnik’s charming Old Town and Diocletian’s Palace. Relax on perfect pebble beaches, explore Piran’s Venetian legacy, and savor the taste of fine Croatian wine and wild truffles.

Rome to Rome - 10 Days

Encircle the Isle of Sicily and discover sparkling resorts favored by emperors, towns frozen in time by legendary volcanoes, Maltese palaces where knights and Grand Masters once gathered … this itinerary has them all. Watch the stunning Amalfi Coast pass by from the deck of your intimate small ship and raise a glass of limoncello to another blissful day in the warm Mediterranean sunshine.

Barcelona to Lisbon - 8 Days

From the culture and cuisine of Lisbon to the incredible beaches of Portimao, in the southern region of the Algarve, you’ll visit two quintessential Portuguese ports before indulging in all that Spain has to offer. Experience Andalusia, a region which hugs the southern coast of Spain and embraces cultural influences from both sides of the Strait of Gibraltar; Europe, and Africa. On this cruise voyage you’ll find the UNESCO sites of Alhambra and Alcázar. Partake in a relaxing day, lounging on the stunning beaches of Mallorca and explore Barcelona as you take in the fascinating architecture of Antoni Gaudi. Sip a glass of sherry and explore golden beaches and anachronistic mountain villages, passionate flamenco, magnificent Moorish architecture, and mouthwatering tapas.

Rome to Rome - 7 Days

Surrounded by glitterati on the glistening white Star Pride you fit right in; your insider’s experience at Monaco’s legendary Grand Prix the jewel in the crown of this exceptional cruise. Visit some of the world’s most glamorous ports — Portofino, St. Tropez, Sanary-sur-Mer, Monte Carlo — strolling famous promenades, shopping elite boutiques, and taking in world-renown beaches. Then during your overnight in Monte Carlo, enjoy exclusive access to special Windstar private Grand Prix events and two days of world-class Formula One® time trials and racing. It’s the ultimate expression of Windstar’s style, and open to only a very limited number of guests.

Barcelona to Athens - 10 Days

Set an unforgettable course from busy Barcelona to the silent ruins and relics high above Athens. Savor spicy tapas plates and fruity sangrias at a Palma de Mallorca beachside café. Delve into Bronze-age catacombs and learn Menorca’s strategic importance for Roman and Carthaginian trade. Visit a local winemaker’s Sardinian farmhouse and learn about Vermentino, Cagnulari, and Cannonau grapes as you sip and sample blends and vintages. Wander among imposing Greek statues and monuments in the Neapolis Archaeological Park outside of Catania, Sicily. Lean against the towering arches of Valletta’s Upper Barrakka Gardens as you take in breathtaking views of a fortified harbor unclaimed by centuries of kings and conquerors. This extraordinary passage along many Mediterranean island stops concludes in Athens, the cradle of democracy and Western Civilization. Take in the viewpoints from the Acropolis ruins over the city skyline or share your photos and memories in a quiet garden café among family, friends and grilled gyros paired with cool tzatziki.

Rome to Barcelona - 7 Days

Hidden harbors. Legendary landmarks. Everything that makes the Mediterranean magical. This cruise voyage has it all. The colorful kaleidoscopes of Rome and Barcelona invite you to celebrate their high-spirited energy, while the seductive scent of oranges and olives that perfumes the enchanting islands of Elba, Corsica, Mallorca and Menorca entices you to explore their seductive secrets. From the wild green mountains of Mallorca to the striking white pebble beaches of Portoferraio – let us delight your senses and ignite your imagination.

Indulge your sense of adventure and slake your thirst for local cuisines and cultures during this 10-day cruise between Athens and Rome. Sail a Santorini catamaran around the volcanic islands of Thirassia, Nea Kameni and steamy newcomer Palea Kameni before swimming in relaxing thermal spring waters. Discover the untouched, windswept and often-overlooked island of Milos, the place where the storied Venus de Milo, one of the most celebrated statues in classical art, remained hidden for centuries. Transit the narrow, steep-walled Corinth Canal that divides the Peloponnese from the Greek mainland, an engineering feat attempted in antiquity, but incomplete for 2,000 years. Snorkel or sunbathe along the uncrowded beaches and clear waters near tiny Fiskardo. Master the fine art of Maltese Mediterranean antipasti platters and other culinary delights under the guidance of a professional chef. This remarkable journey ends in Rome, among the broken ruins of the Coliseum and Forum, the cradle of representative government. Wander narrow side streets and browse boutique shops for handmade souvenirs, but save a moment to throw coins in Trevi Fountain and guarantee future visits to this wondrous city.

Athens to Rome - 7 Days

Idyllic islands, charming cobbled villages, spectacular scenery, intriguing history. Capture the heart of the Mediterranean in a single cruise voyage. Each small harbor is especially suited for small cruise ship exploration. Enjoy the best of the region — from the ancient ruins of Sparta and Mystras to the pure indulgence of the Mediterranean lifestyle.

Barcelona to Lisbon - 10 Days

Dazzle your senses with Spanish treasure — golden Costa del Sol beaches, Picasso’s genius in Málaga, the Roman ruins of Cartagena and Tarragona. Sit at a café in Tangier’s medina sipping mint tea and watching old men play backgammon. Nestle up to the other exclusive yachts in Ibiza’s harbor with some 80 blissful beaches calling your name. Celebrate a dream come true.

 

Visit the Mediterranean’s most iconic sites without vacationing multitudes or searing summer heat during this 7-day, late autumn exploration of Greece and Italy. Your voyage begins in Athens, but unlike large cruise lines, you’ll sail through the time-saving Corinth Canal, a waterway accessible to small vessels that eliminates the 400 miles spent circumnavigating the Peloponnese Peninsula. Use that time to wander unhurried among broken Doric columns and abandoned marble blocks in the Delphic Tholos of Mount Parnassus. Learn the importance of the Pythia—the Oracle of Delphi—and how Greek women sacrificed their marriages and families when chosen as priestesses. Imagine echoing cheers reverberating off weathered stone walls within the Sanctuary of Olympia, the site of the original Olympic Games, as you walk within the Palaestra, a former training ground for aspiring athletes. Discover Malta’s knights and old nobility during a tour of Valletta or serve up local dishes during a fun family farmhouse cooking challenge. Visit a small winery outside of Messina and sip rich red wines made from crushed Nero D’Avoloa grapes, one of Sicily’s most popular wine varieties, or sample a chilled bright white made from a native Carricante grape variety cultivated on Mount Etna’s conical slopes. Relax on a scenic tour through olive groves and vineyards above the Amalfi coastline. Stroll quietly among the arches and empty villas among the ghostly ruins of Pompeii.

Barcelona to Lisbon - 10 Days

Gaze skyward at the endless azure expanse above Casablanca’s narrow, stone-walled alleys and discover how easy it is to imagine yourself in another time — be it apart by a century or a millennium. Inhale the rich, earthy aroma of new leather goods hanging above weathered flagstones in the Old Medina market. Sip fiery, dry and sweet flavors of Spanish sherries handcrafted in Cádiz, and learn why European nations spilled blood for centuries to control this precious commodity. Wander among the dizzying mosaic intricacies and golden grandeur of Seville’s Alcázar Palace. Stand in the place of coastal sentries as you scan the African horizon from the heights of upper Gibraltar. Explore the modest city of Motril, a former economic powerhouse for sugar cane production, and Spanish rum and liquors. This unforgettable journey concludes among the brooding walls of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, where you can enjoy Catalonian wines and wild boar hams, admire the ongoing construction of Antonio Gaudí’s Sagrada Familia Cathedral, or simply relax and watch the activity along this thriving city’s extensive sandy beaches.

Rome to Barcelona - 7 Days

Roll the dice, tap slot buttons or draw a hand in baccarat in Monte Carlo’s Casino Square. Stand unhurried or distracted before the white marble perfection of Michelangelo’s David in Florence. Linger among Salvador Dali’s most memorable and flamboyant works during an extended stay in the picturesque coastal Spanish town of Palamos. This weeklong autumn cruise explores Europe’s most popular Mediterranean destinations in November, long after most tourists return to work and school, leaving you and the locals with extra time and space to enjoy uncrowded galleries, museums, restaurants, and waterfront promenades. Wander the Papal Palace grounds and stand in silence beneath the Sistine Chapel’s sweeping ceiling paintings. Shop at leisure among market stalls along the Cours Saleya in Old Town Nice. Sample small-run wines from local family vineyards and shop for one-of-a-kind handcrafted souvenirs among the winding cobbled streets and high walls of St. Paul De Vence. Sit among fountains with your coffee in the unhurried Parisian ambiance of Toulon’s Place de la Liberte. If you love Europe and the Riviera without the summertime crowds, this cruise is the ideal way to bask in the time-honored continental charms of Europe’s sunniest coastlines.

Barcelona to Barcelona - 7 Days

See the Costa Brava and French Riviera as it should be seen — from the deck of your elegant sailing cruise ship. Port after port brings new discoveries: the flamboyant architecture of Barcelona, colorful Provençal villages, Riviera towns where world-class museums and vineyards rub shoulders with historic old towns and fishing fleets.

Anticipate the unforgettable and immerse yourself in a distinctly different Eastern Mediterranean cruise that explores the Peloponnese in ways inaccessible to large-ship cruise lines. Walk among weathered marble blocks and the faded echoes of ancient athletic glory during the first Olympic Games nearly 3,000 years ago near Katakolon. Step inside the restored stone arches of Meryemama Evi—the House of the Virgin Mary—a Catholic and Muslim shrine situated near the steep, stony slopes of Mount Koressos, before making your way to a delicious and exclusive Turkish dinner among the towering walls and columns of Ephesus. Wander the Grand Bazaar, Topkapi Palace, and the majestic Blue Mosque before taking in the endless parade of busy Bosporus shipping lights during an overnight stay in Istanbul. Your journey circumnavigates the Peloponnese Peninsula by slipping through the narrow, high-walled Corinth Canal, an ancient engineering dream that wasn’t completed until the late 1800s, but remains inaccessible to large freighters and cruise liners. You eventually end up back where you started in Piraeus, adjacent to Athens and a perfect culinary jumping-off point for sampling the countless tavernas and psistarias serving up savory grilled Greek meats paired with tart wines and chilled beers within the shadow of the Parthenon.

Complimentary Destination Discovery Event • Kusadasi: Evening in Ephesus

Spend long moments in quiet reflection among uncrowded exhibits and holy places during this 10-day cruise featuring excursions in Greece, Israel, and Egypt. Choose from a selection of excursions to fit your interests, including an overnight overland option in Israel. Embark from Piraeus, a brief distance from the Parthenon atop the Acropolis. Ride a donkey and learn Cypriot traditions in Paphos, a small port city in southwest Cyprus where ancient Greeks believed Aphrodite, arose from the sea. Stay overnight in Haifa for visits to the Golan Heights and Galilee, or venture overland on an unforgettable overnight tour of Petra, Masada and the Dead Sea. Explore the narrow streets of Jerusalem, the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem or art, architecture, and artifacts at the Ilana Goor Museum in Old Jaffa. Spend a day in Cairo or around the Pyramids of Giza, the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, and Khan El Khalili Bazaar. Wake the next day and venture overland to Alexandria and the Bibliotheca Aexandrina, Qait Bay Fort, the Roman Amphitheater, and your waiting ship. Amble among weather blocks, painted pillars and 9,000-year-old relics within the ruins of the Knossos Palace on Crete. This exceptional journey concludes back where you started in Piraeus.

Listen closely and you’ll hear echoes of Europe’s past, from debates and discourse surrounding the broken columns and marble blocks in the Roman Forum, to the reverberating roar of smoking engines in 1920s roadsters winding up city streets to Monte Carlo’s Casino Square. Indulge your senses and engage your sense of wonder during this 9-day journey that combines a multi-day inland exploration to Rome with a scenic cruise along the steep and majestic Italian and French Rivieras. Sidestep the ordinary Vatican crowds during an extraordinary private tour of the Sistine Chapel and some sectors of the Vatican Museums. Discover the Roman Colosseum through the eyes of gladiators on an exclusive visit to Rome’s most recognizable landmark. Savor fresh handmade pasta dishes and rich Chianti wines amidst the warm ambiance and sincere hospitality of a neighborhood Italian restaurant. Your cruise features unforgettable opportunities to experience the scenic Portoferraio Biosphere Reserve and explore the historic vineyards of Elba. Watch beachcombers from white-linen sidewalk cafés or sunbathe on romantic sandy beaches in Cannes. Inhale seafood aromas and herbal fragrances in a Barcelonan open market

Rome to Barcelona - 10 Days

Leave the mundane behind as you cruise effortlessly from port to sparkling port along the world’s most fabled coastline. These are the places dreams are made of. The ultimate glamour of Marseille and Monte Carlo – the enchanting harbors of Portofino, Portovenere, and Portoferraio – and, of course, the world-class charms of Rome and Barcelona. Your voyage also takes you to places few cruise ships follow, like lovely San Remo on the Riviera of Flowers, the miniature continent of Corsica, and the quaint Provençal fishing village of Sanary-sur-Mer.

Venetian tourists wander past the mosaic artistry of Saint Mark’s Basilica, footsteps and conversations punctuated by the pulsating flutter of ascending pigeons. Agile house martins dive and swoop between weathered city walls pockmarked by time or dissent, alighting on centuries-old griffins that once proclaimed fealty to the maritime Republic of Venice. Discover the Adriatic and Greece from new perspectives during this 8-day cruise that touches on storied landmarks and intimate, little-known ports on the Adriatic Sea and in Greece. Admire Zadar’s Medieval city walls and charming boutiques. Learn about the global success of Croatian organic vineyards as you sample varietal wines in a farming village. Take in Dubrovnik’s Old Town charms from the heights of a cable car. Savor local smoked hams, sausages and homemade cheeses on a Montenegro olive farm tour outside Kotor. Then transit the tapered, sheer-walled Corinth Canal, a time-saving dream of the rulers of antiquity for 2,000 years, but only reality in 1893. This Adriatic-to-Greece odyssey ends in Athens, among the shadows of the Parthenon, silent monuments to ancient athletic competitions and the savory aroma of souvlaki, seasoned and skewered grilled meats wrapped in pita bread and sold in countless cafés and sidewalk restaurants.

Barcelona to Lisbon - 8 Days

Poised as if to kiss the continent of Africa, Andalusia hugs the southern coast of Spain and embraces cultural influences from both sides of the strait. This is the birthplace of Don Juan and Carmen, evening paseos by women in lace mantillas, cape-twirling matadors. In short, it is quintessential Spain. The beaches of the Costa del Sol are legendary. And behind lie equally magnificent mountain ranges sheltering picturesque “white villages.” Here you won’t find cookie-cutter castles, but amazing cultural amalgams like the Alhambra and Alcázar. On your elegant ship, you will cruise past larger ships right to the heart of old towns and to the steps of friendly bodegas.

Venture from Caribbean beaches, spicy jerk chicken, and rum cocktails to Riviera shoreline fortresses, Moroccan cumin-infused lamb, and robust Italian Sicilian red wines during this epic 52-day cruise that explores the West Indies before crossing the Atlantic to the Azores, Portugal, Spain, Morocco, France, Monaco, Italy, Malta, and Greece. Snorkel among picturesque reefs and vibrant tropical fish in the hidden island gems of the Caribbean including Guadeloupe and the British Virgin Islands, then relax and rest up with multiple spa visits and intriguing lecturers as you sail from San Juan, Puerto Rico to the tropical small port of Horta in the Azores Islands. Taste the important differences among Spanish sherries and fine wines at Cádiz wineries. Browse for trinkets and inhale the aromas of countless spices in a Moroccan market in Tangier. Test your luck at tables inside an opulent casino in Monte Carlo. Wander the ruins of the Roman Forum and the monuments inside the Vatican City in Rome. This exceptional and memorable journey embraces Greek island hopping and concludes in Piraeus, with the storied Acropolis and the Greek Parthenon temple high above Athens.

Sail into the summer season with a Mediterranean cruise that visits Greek and Adriatic coastlines before exploring the breathtaking and storied shores of Sicily and Italy during this 16-day adventure. Shortly after departing Athens transit the Corinth Canal, an impossibly narrow time-saving waterway that bypasses 400 miles of coastline, and is only accessible to small ships, so you enjoy the sights and splendors of the Temple of Apollo in Delphi the next day. Wander among Split’s thousand-year-old walls as you make your way to Diocletian’s Palace. Dine on tart and refreshing lemon gelato within sight of gondolas gliding beneath Venice’s Rialto Bridge. Your journey concludes near Rome, the epicenter of the Roman Empire and a contemporary focal point for Italian food and fashions. Sidestep growling scooter traffic as you make your way deep into Roman Forum ruins, take a seat in the Colosseum and don’t forget to ensure a return trip by tossing coins tossed into the lavish Trevi Fountain.

A perfect blend of antiquity and artistry, this 14-day cruise sails from the ancient ruins of Athens and makes a dozen port stops in Greece, Italy and France before disembarking among the contemporary architecture and gleaming, cosmopolitan wonders of Barcelona, Spain. Stroll the narrow streets inside the concealed medieval walls of Monemvasia, Greece and take an exhilarating tour of Corsica’s narrow winding coastal roads outside Calvi, France. From the Greek and Roman funerary steles - ancient marble reliefs depicting venerable people engaged in everyday life - to the vibrant and radiant impressionist paintings and dizzying mosaics of Antoni Gaudí’s Barcelona architecture, this is an ideal journey for passionate historians, art lovers and all seeking unforgettable cultural immersion.

Enjoy the best of both worlds, a port-rich journey through southern Iberia and a classic ocean crossing that’s unscripted and utterly relaxing. Everything you’re looking for is here. Whimsical Modernist architecture in Barcelona, as colorful as it is unconventional. The inescapable footprints of Moors throughout Andalusia from the tile-and-fountain artistry of the Alcazar and Alhambra to cuisine—savory foods seasoned with fruits and spices, desserts made with almonds and honey, rice and saffron transformed into Spain’s signature paella. Honor the Moors with a port call in Casablanca, within reach of Marrakech, Rabat, and of course, the Kasbah. Walk the streets of Lisbon’s Alfama district, eyes dazzled by brilliant azulejo tiles, and make your way to Belem Tower, a classic departure point during the Age of Discovery. Watch from the Yacht Club as Lisbon fades into the distance knowing time now belongs to you, and only you. Work out in the fully redesigned Fitness Center. Treat your palate to French-inspired cuisine and wine pairings in Amphora. Or simply wrap yourself in a soft waffle weave robe and snack on grapes as the world passes by your suite window.

An Atlantic crossing offers abundant opportunities for catching up on reading, spa treatments and indulging in important passions that you keep putting off, like organizing to-do lists or outlining that manuscript you always plan to complete. You’ll also be fully rested and ready to explore Lisbon’s prominent landmarks like the alabaster-like Belém Tower, the elaborate grounds of the Jerónimos Monastery or the quiet corners of a wine bar serving fruity Vinho Verde or countless golden, nutty-nuanced port wines. Take an Andalusian-style side trip to Seville and discover often-overlooked Moorish influences in the medieval architecture throughout the 2,200-year-old city. Soar to the top of The Rock of Gibraltar and gaze down on one of the busiest and most strategic sea. Even if it’s cloudy, you’ll still be captivated by the hundreds of Barbary macaques, the last surviving wild monkey population in Europe. Study Cubist co-founder Pablo Picasso’s sculptures, sketches, engravings and paintings in detail near his birthplace in Málaga. Stroll the weathered 14th century flagstones and admire the circular, Gothic-themed architecture of Bellver Castle near Palma de Mallorca. This restful adventure concludes across the historic Balearic Sea in Barcelona, where you can stay up late to dance among the vibrant night life or sit down for amazing toasty tapas and seafood paellas among the countless cafés and airy sidewalk bars.

Barcelona to Rome - 17 Days

Indulge in unhurried pleasures among steep coastal cliffs, tiny vineyards and romantic villages throughout the Rivieras and Western Italy during this 17-day, autumn cruise. During the fall winemakers are racking fresh wine into barrels, and new olive oils are sampled for the first time. Stroll uncrowded avenues and discover fresh, distinctly nutty porcini mushrooms served fresh on pastas and sautéed into tapas at sidewalk cafés, browse open markets and inhale the fall aromas from ripe apples, plump grapes and early season citrus. Test your luck in a Monte Carlo casino, hike the desolate Crateri Silvestri on the southeast slope of Sicily’s Mount Etna, and learn about Malta’s noble heritage inside the precipitous medieval walls of 4,000-year-old Mdina — The Silent City.

Take a vacation from Mediterranean summertime crowds and sweltering humidity during this 20-day autumn cruise to ports and sites throughout Italy, Greece, and Turkey via the Corinth Canal, wide enough only for small ships like ours. Follow Christopher Columbus’s outstretched hand atop Barcelona’s Columbus Monument near Las Ramblas Promenade, and set sail for Palma de Mallorca’s sunny beaches and medieval fortifications. Savor sweet, citrus gelato or try Stracciatella—a lemon gelato mixed with chocolate shavings—at an Amalfi gelateria just a bocce-ball toss from the sweeping stairway leading up to the Duomo di Amalfi above the town’s thriving piazza. Explore broken monuments in the Temple of Delphi, a sacred space once considered the center of the ancient world. Indulge in exceptional Turkish cuisine amid the columns and weathered blocks of the Celsus Library in Ephesus, then enjoy a complimentary live concert and dinner under the stars. This remarkable journey concludes in Athens, not far from the Parthenon—the iconic Greek temple dedicated to Athena almost 2,500 years ago.

Uncover Europe’s culinary and cultural delights throughout this 19-day August cruise featuring stops in the UK, France, Spain, and Portugal. Set sail near London and walk the small town of Dartmouth among fresh Royal Naval College cadets and Medieval Era exhibits. Pair rich Bordeaux wine blends with succulent French cuisine during an overnight stay in Bordeaux. Admire the view of distant Moroccan mountain ranges from the strategic heights of the Rock of Gibraltar. Discover the beauty of UNESCO site the Alhambra Palace. Kick back on a warm beach not far from Palma de Mallorca’s exceptional restaurants, or head up the hill and explore Castell de Bellver, a circular fortification dating back to the 1300s. This amazing adventure culminates in cosmopolitan Barcelona, where you can amble up Las Ramblas with pedestrians and shoppers, or wander among the Gothic Quarter’s narrow passages and daunting walls.

Combine Caribbean cocktails, steel drum rhythms, and white sandy beaches with Portuguese port wines, fado folk songs and lofty Baroque architecture during this 21-day transatlantic cruise from Puerto Rico to Portugal. Begin with an unforgettable circuit of Caribbean destinations, including Les Saintes, Bequia, and St. Georges, before embarking from San Juan, Puerto Rico and crossing the Atlantic to the Azores and Portugal. Shop among stylish boutiques in Philipsburg, St. Maarten. Dive or snorkel among turtles and vibrant tropical fish off Bequia’s tropical coastlines. You’ll circle back to Old San Juan before relaxing spa days, delicious meals and shared moments throughout a transatlantic crossing to the Azores. Explore Horta’s Old World architecture or Capelinhos’ volcanic slopes. This memorable crossing concludes in Lisbon, the Portuguese capital, where you can dine on Caldeirada, grilled sardines, stuffed crab, and other amazing seafood meals accompanied by the strumming and singing of talented fado performers.

Extensively explore Britannia before sailing south to France, Spain, Portugal, and Morocco during this 29-day cruise along North Sea, Atlantic, and Mediterranean shorelines. Begin in Edinburgh, an inspirational setting for J.K Rowling’s Harry Potter drafts. Tour the decks of the HMS Belfast adjacent to London’s Tower Bridge and imagine the life of a Royal Navy sailor. Bite into rich and creamy Camembert cheeses and wash them down with local ciders or apple brandy near Honfleur, France. Learn dominant grape varieties along the Dordogne’s Left Bank and Right Bank during a delicious overnight stay in Bordeaux. Delve into the Caves of Hercules in Tangier, a fabled cavern for resting Greek and Roman heroes, and a human habitat during Africa’s Neolithic Era. Your memorable journey concludes on Barcelona’s cosmopolitan waterfront, a short distance from the tapas bars and boutiques along the thriving, centuries-old Las Ramblas.

Barcelona to St. Maarten - 24 Days

Ideal for anyone seeking equal portions of relaxing time at sea and port visits, this 22-day transatlantic crossing features a combination of leisurely, uninterrupted sea crossing time balanced with the best ports in the Western Mediterranean. Board in Barbados, then spend time crossing the Atlantic and enjoying the romance of sailing as you make your way to your ultimate destination. Sip port wines in Lisbon, Portugal, browse wares in the bustling Grand Souk in Tangier, Morocco, and wander the medieval cobbled streets of Tarragona, Spain.

Savor more than two months exploring Europe’s small ports and popular landmarks throughout the Baltic, North Sea, and the Western and Central Mediterranean during this once-in-a-lifetime cruise. Visit 48 ports in 20 countries over 62 days aboard our flagship sailing ship, Wind Surf. Spend the night in St. Petersburg, Russia and visit The State Hermitage Museum, one of the largest museums in the world, or attend an exclusive evening ballet performance. Feel inspiration from Norway’s beautiful towering fjords and sample the fresh flavors of an abundant smorgasbord. Attend the 3-day Sail Amsterdam Celebration and check out historic sailing ships from all over the world, a bucket list highlight. Bask on sandy Spanish beaches sipping delicious local wines. This exceptional journey concludes among Venice canals, where you watch gondoliers atop the Rialto Bridge and reflect on a wealth of new travel memories.

Embark on a most exhaustive exploration of Greece, including 12 Grecian ports and an impressive transit of the Corinth Canal. Explore Italy and Turkey along the way. Examine the mysterious Grotte di Pilato on the island of Ponza, watery cavern openings that may have been used to hold moray eels destined for Europe’s earliest seafood dishes. Sample buffalo mozzarella paired with bread, olives and rich, regional Sangiovese red wines or bright and tart, white wines. Savor delicious Turkish cuisine among the pillars of the Celsus Library in Ephesus, formerly one of the largest libraries in the ancient world, and then linger for an evening concert among the ruins. Delve into the facts and fables surrounding the Colossus of Rhodes, a Greek harbor monument rivaling the Statue of Liberty’s height. Reflect on flavors savored and memories made as you wander among scarred blocks atop the Acropolis in Athens, or sip anise-flavored liquors among locals at a small café.

Roam between the broken monoliths and columns in the Roman Forum, Western Civilization’s former epicenter. Gaze across Catania’s umber-hued, terracotta-tiled skyline to the steaming summit of Mount Etna as you sample authentic Sicilian dishes like densely textured handmade pasta topped with aromatic variations like sundried tomatoes, golden-brown dried grapes, fresh basil and minced garlic. This exquisite cruise around Italy’s Apennine Peninsula is abundant in opportunities to explore the lesser-known landmarks and narrow ancient streets of sleepy villages throughout the central Mediterranean. Sip citrus-sweet limoncello from frosty glasses while locals haggle over the proximities of their bocce balls on nearby gravel courts. Land at the tiny port of Lipari in the Aeolian Islands north of Sicily, and explore a Norman Castle built in medieval times, or master the art of Sicilian-style pizzas as you combine local ingredients into your own culinary creation. Step inside the cool and shady Romanesque splendor of Kotor Cathedral in Montenegro, or venture to the nearby pedestrian-only village of Perast and sample sweets recreated from Baroque-era recipes. Capture the Old World ambiance of Split’s Diocletian Palace in the right light during a hands-on photo tour with an award-winning international photojournalist. Your delightful journey concludes in Venice among romantic gondolas and exquisite Italian architecture, where you can reflect on your cruise memories as you float canals or search for last-minute souvenirs small, family-owned artisan shops featuring handcrafted glassware and ornamental metalwork.

Lesser-known North Sea splendors and warm Mediterranean beaches beckon during this 18-day cruise that stops at ports in England, France, Guernsey, Spain, Portugal, and Morocco. Cast off from London’s busy riverfront, past the Tower Bridge and the restored light cruiser HMS Belfast. Learn how Victor Hugo lived and wrote during his exile from France, or dine on rich, local cassoulet and conger—sea eel—soup at a St. Peter Port café in Guernsey. Wander winding streets to walled fortifications above the tiny French port of Le Palais. Sniff, swirl, and sip your way through a flight of red wines during a delectable overnight stay in Bordeaux. Inhale the aroma and savor the richness of t Porto’s renowned Ports. Quench your thirst with sweet Moroccan mint tea and shop for trinkets and dried fruit and nuts among the stalls at the Grand Socco in Tangier. Your journey concludes in cosmopolitan Barcelona, where enticing aromas of sizzling seafood paella reminds you of the eclectic cuisine, culture, and history Spain offers.

Experience the best Western Mediterranean ports in detail during this 15-day cruise through Monaco, France, Spain, Gibraltar, and Portugal. Stroll among opulent casinos, high-end boutiques, and historic Formula One landmarks in Monte Carlo. Sip wormwood-based absinthe in the French village of Antibes outside of Cannes. Or meander among the dusky walls and long shadows in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, taking in the aromas, sights and sounds of the Catalonian heart of Spain.

Venture from warm Mediterranean shores to Iceland’s turquoise-tinged ice floes and stark white glaciers during this remarkable 23-day journey along the most scenic coastlines in Western Europe. Browse shops, tapas bars, and cluttered kiosks along Barcelona’s arboreal Las Ramblas pedestrian mall. Learn the difference between Fino, Pedro Ximénez and Manzanilla sherries while sampling at a winery tasting room near Cádiz, Spain. Sip dark, sweet, blackberry-like port at a waterfront café along the Douro River in Porto, Portugal. Tour the Guinness Brewery in Dublin and master the perfect pour. Explore Iceland’s lesser-known ports and capture breathtaking imagery of azure-hued ice floes at the Jokulsarion Glacier Lagoon in Djupivogur. Your remarkable journey concludes in Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, a stylish nexus for indie music and home to more published writers per capita than any country in the world.

Rich with evocative history, unique culture and distinct cuisine, today’s Iberian Peninsula is the result of a complex confluence of civilizations. Contrast this extraordinary region with the rest of Southern Europe during this 18-day cruise spanning nearly the length of the Mediterranean Sea. Admire Moorish architectural influences in the walled port of Cadiz as you compare bready and clear regional ‘fino’ sherries with sweet, ‘cream’ sherries. Soar skyward in a gondola to the scenic vista atop Gibraltar summit. Gaze up at the towering walls of the Alcazaba of Almería, a formidable Moorish fortress overlooking the tiny Andalucian port. Peruse the works of Gaudí, Dalí, and Picasso throughout Barcelona’s museums, galleries and exhibitions. Pair authentic Italian cuisine with lip-puckering Limoncello adjacent to a bustling piazza or quiet, cobblestoned Amalfi side street. Witness the power of geologic instability as you travel inland to explore Catania’s Castello Ursino, a Medieval-era castle initially built on Sicily’s coastline 800 years ago. Float across the mirrored surface of an underground lake in the Caves of Diros far below Gythion, Greece. This exceptional journey concludes in Athens among the shadows of the towering Acropolis, where you can raise a glass of anise-scented ouzo among the company of family and friends.

Few Mediterranean cruises offer the unique combination of romance and racing like this Star Collector adventure from the canals of Venice to the 2020 Monaco Grand Prix in Monte Carlo. Along the way you’ll explore the art, architecture, and cultural customs and cuisines throughout Italy, Croatia, Monetengro, and France. Taste local wines paired with homemade cheese in an intimate Croatian family wine cellar outside of Rovinj. Kayak together on Kotor Bay in Montenegro. Glide inside the glowing azure chambers of the fabled Blue Grotto near Giardini Naxos. Sip sweet limoncello liqueur together at a sidewalk café in Sorrento. Witness Saturday qualifying for the 2020 Monaco Grand Prix prior to an exclusive tour of the storied pits. After evening festivities and an overnight stay in Monte Carlo, you’ll enjoy sweeping views of the track on race day, along with a gift package that includes ear plugs, high-definition binoculars and seat cushion.

Venture from the Roman Empire’s epicenter to the westernmost edge of the European continent during this 15-day cruise rich in ordinary and extraordinary cultural contrasts throughout Italy, Monaco, France, Spain, Gibraltar, and Portugal. Set sail from the thriving port of Civitavecchia near Rome. Walk along Monte Carlo’s uncrowded sidewalks and explore the storied corners and narrow straightaways that wrote Monaco’s racing history. Browse produce and stall displays in Old Town, Nice. Ride a gondola to the sweeping summit views above Toulon in southern France, and drink robust red wines blended with Grenache, Cinsaut and Mourvédre grapes. View Moroccan shores from the heights of Gibraltar. This remarkable journey ends in Lisbon, Portugal, where you can dine on creative salt cod cuisine in family-owned cafes or take a ride on one of many lemon-hued trams.

Reykjavik to Athens - 66 Days

Set sail on an unforgettable vacation rich in European art, Mediterranean cuisine, and memorable cultural exchanges during this epic 66-day cruise featuring stops in Iceland, Faroe Islands, Scotland, Norway, Northern Ireland, Wales, England, France, Spain, Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Italy, Malta, Greece, and Turkey. You begin in Reykjavik, surrounded by ice-topped ridgelines. Visit Akureyri along the northern Icelandic coast, not far from lunar-like volcanic expanses where astronauts perfected simulated moonwalks. Sip a pint of amber ale or a dram of fiery golden Scotch whisky in a Kirkwall pub. Wander Dublin Castle’s Gothic halls. Sample premier crus and small-run French wines during an overnight stay in Bordeaux. Stroll Valetta’s narrow flagstone streets and touch dun-hued city walls gouged by centuries of sieges. Dine among the history of the Celsus Library prior to an exclusive concert in Ephesus. This epic journey concludes in Athens not far from the Acropolis and the best souvlaki-serving tavernas found in the Attica.

Venture from Portugal’s warm shores and Ireland’s verdant estuaries to Iceland’s blue-tinged glaciers and steaming geothermal pools during this 15-day cruise that visits memorable ports throughout Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, Ireland, Faroe Islands, and Iceland. Sip rich red ports in a riverfront winery warehouse in Porto, Portugal. Stroll through a tropical garden in a former abbey on the Isles of Scilly. Step atop massive basalt columns along the Giant’s Causeway near Belfast. Explore a Viking excavation near the remote village of Torshavn on the Faroe Islands. Listen to survivor accounts during a volcanic eruption on Heimaey Island, the Pompeii of the North. This memorable journey concludes in Reykjavik, Iceland, where you can enjoy coffee and nibble on sweet pastries steps away from Hallgrimskirkja’s soaring spire, or soak up the Blue Lagoon’s steamy outdoor waters.

Venice to Barcelona - 15 Days

Discover the culture, history and cuisine on both sides of the Italian peninsula during this 15-day cruise of the Adriatic, Ionian, Ligurian and Tyrrhenian seas. This back-to-back cruise is ideal for optimizing shore excursion time in Italy, Croatia, Montenegro, Monaco, France, and Spain. Stroll through Roman ruins in Rovinj, Croatia, sample olives and smoked hams at a centuries-old family farm in Montenegro, or savor an unforgettably romantic evening dinner at Château Eza in Èze 1,400 feet above the beaches of the French Riviera.

Barcelona to Athens - 30 Days

Journey to the Holy Lands from the Western Mediterranean cruising to over 22 ports throughout Spain, Italy, Malta, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Israel, and Egypt. Depart from Barcelona to Palma de Mallorca, a beachside resort that remains warm and inviting all year long. Inhale rich blackberry and cherry aromas from a ruby glass of Nero D’Avola wine at the foot of Sicily’s Mount Etna in Catania. Travel the small-ship exclusive Corinth Canal. Dine on Turkish cuisine amid the romantic evening shadows of the Celsus Library ruins of Ephesus with our complimentary Destination Discovery Event, then, take in a memorable concert performance. Wander beneath centuries-old Christian mosaics in Istanbul’s Hagia Sofia, and admire over 20,000 hand-painted floral tiles extending to the ornate domes inside the Blue Mosque. Embark on an overland excursion to the Dead Sea and learn the true fate of Alexandria’s Great Library in Egypt. This unforgettable cruise concludes in Athens, not far from the Parthenon’s long shadows atop the Acropolis.

Venice to Barcelona - 15 Days

Take advantage of the Mediterranean’s milder temperatures and uncrowded museums and markets during this 15-day autumn cruise. Set sail from Venice, not far from the storied Grand Canal and the linen-covered tables and fragrant pink peach Bellini cocktails at historic Harry’s Bar. Take in the view of Rovinj from the Baroque-styled heights of St. Euphemia’s alabaster-hued tower. Reflect on magnificent oil paintings and the tradition of throwing stones into the sea inside the Church of Our Lady of the Rocks across the scenic bay from Kotor, Montenegro. Dine on Coda alla Vaccinara, or sauce-covered oxtail, a favorite local dish in Rome. Shop stylish one-of-a-kind French beachside boutiques in Nice. Ride a gondola to Mont Faron’s scenic summit, high above Toulon. This memorable Mediterranean cruise culminates among the artistic urban splendors of Barcelona, where you can browse kiosks, shops, and cafés along La Ramblas, and tour Sagrada Família, Antoni Gaudi’s artistic vision of a contemporary Roman Catholic basilica.

Lisbon to Athens - 28 Days

Contrast the vibrant and cosmopolitan western Mediterranean with the remote ruins and rustic ports in the east during this 28-day cruise featuring stops throughout Portugal, Spain, Gibraltar, Italy, Malta, Greece, and Turkey. Drink aged port wines inside a weathered riverside warehouse in Porto. Scan the distant hills of Morocco from the heights of Gibraltar. Sample sizzling, ham tapas inside a noisy bar steps away from Barcelona’s shadowy Gothic Quarter. Savor authentic eastern Mediterranean flavors during an unforgettable dinner and concert amid the ruins of the Celsus Library in Ephesus, Turkey. Wander open Turkish markets and savor the first tart pomegranates of the season or reflect among St. Therapon’s Baroque art. This extensive exploration of Mare Nostrum concludes in Athens, not far from the shadows of the Parthenon’s columns atop the Acropolis.

Sidestep the summer heat and long lines during this 17-day autumn exploration of the most popular destinations throughout Greece, Cyprus, Israel, Egypt, Malta and Italy with a memorable passage through the Corinth Canal. Sail from Athens and the Acropolis to Haifa, Israel, where excursion options include an overnight trip to Petra and the Dead Sea. Take an overland tour from Alexandria, Egypt and stand before the majestic profiles of the Great Pyramids near sundown in Cairo. Step carefully among the tombs of over 300 Knights of the Grand Cross throughout St. John’s marble floors in Valletta, Malta. Sip licorice-flavored liquors in Heraklion, Crete. Catch the midday movements and animated actions emanating from the world’s largest astronomical clock in Messina, Italy. This remarkable journey concludes in Civitavecchia, an ideal port for easy transfers to Rome for connecting flights and additional destinations like the towering Colosseum, the Roman Forum’s extensive marble ruins and Trevi Fountain’s cascading Baroque grace.

Explore the most popular destinations throughout the eastern Mediterranean free of summertime crowds and searing heat during this 20-day autumn cruise to Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Israel, and Egypt. Set sail from Athens and make a brief transit to the other side of the Peloponnese peninsula via the Corinth Canal. Discover Greece and the origins of the Olympic Games outside Katakolon and walk along the training grounds used by the earliest athletes. Savor a memorable Turkish dinner and an evening concert among the shadowy ruins of the Celsus Library in Ephesus, an included Destination Discovery Event. Listen for the call to prayer from Istanbul’s minarets during an overnight stay. Walk Jerusalem’s narrow streets and view holy sites. Embark on an overland tour that explores the Great Pyramids and tombs of the pharaohs near Cairo. Your memorable journey concludes in Athens, where you can explore Hadrian’s Library on the northern side of the Acropolis, or sample Souvlaki—a spicy skewered meat—grilled fresh at local tavernas.

Barcelona to Lisbon - 15 Days

Whet your appetite for adventure over a plate of hot tapas and glasses of Garnacha red wine in the recesses of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter. Venture into the rolling hills beyond the beaches of glamourous St. Tropez and wander the medieval village of Grimaud, the rustic feudal holdings of the famed Grimaldi family centuries before they seized nearby Monaco. Indulge in a long lunch at an uncrowded sidewalk café in Antibes or Nice, sampling French dishes of Charolaise beef tartare, duck confit and garden-fresh salad greens paired with blended table wines from the Côte du Rhone or bright rosés from Provence. Walk the red stones trod upon by ancient orators in the Roman Theatre of Cartagena. Ride horseback through pine forests and forgotten farmhouse ruins in the Mijas Mountains near Málaga. Soar in a gondola high above the beaches and terracotta tiled roofs to Gibraltar windswept summit. As the cruise ends among Lisbon’s fountains and yellow cable cars, seek out a neighborhood wine shop and raise a chilled glass of white Algarve wine or an aged local port to new friends and cherished memories.

Combine the Riviera’s romantic, Old World ambiance with the grandeur of the Roman and Greek empires during this 17-day cruise featuring stops in Spain, France, Monaco, Italy, Malta, and Greece. Sail north from thriving Barcelona to the quiet fishing village of Palamos, where white sand beaches almost rival the delicious local prawns. Relax over French press coffee and freshly baked butter croissants at an outdoor beachside café in romantic Sanary-sur-Mer, then sample deep red Bandol wines in a wine bar. Test your luck among the gilded opulence of a Monte Carlo casino. Stroll among the blocks, columns arches and former temples throughout the Roman Forum as the Colosseum looms in the distance. Wander Valletta’s narrow passages and scarred Maltese fortifications. Your remarkable journey ends near Athens, home of the Parthenon and the epicenter of Western Civilization’s Classical Period, where the ideas of European art, literature and philosophy took root among early scholars thousands of years ago.

Rome to Lisbon - 17 Days

Sip red wines and savor tapas, pastas, rich cheeses and aged hams throughout Portugal, Morocco, Spain, France and Italy. You’ll spend 15 memorable days exploring tiny rustic villages, historic fortified ports and contemporary architecture in Tangier, Ibiza, Barcelona, Palma, Mahon, Portoferraio, Rome and more. Kayak along the stunning coastline of Mallorca and bike from Portoferraio to Enfola, Elba in Italy.

Uncover the distinct and authentic culinary advantages of pairing specific olive oils with various Italian dishes under the guidance of the Maître d’hotel inside Portofino’s landmark Splendido Hotel. Roll the dice in a Monte Carlo casino or stroll along the narrow streets and tight corners on one of the most famous race courses on the Formula One circuit. Seek out the charming medieval village of Bormes Les Mimosas or the narrow cobbled streets of Old Town Antibes. Glide past walled gardens and centuries-old orange groves as you take a precipitous driving tour along the winding Golden Corniche through the French Riviera. Meander between the high columns and dust-covered scaffoldings of the Sagrada Família Cathedral in Barcelona, the largest unfinished Roman Catholic Church in the world. Or set out for tapas and riojas hours after sunset, when the aromas and din from lively bars and cafes intensify with the arrival of epicurean pleasure-seekers. There, among the ceaseless trilingual convergence of English, Spanish and Catalonian, you’ll find no better place to raise a glass to the satisfying indulgences on this Mediterranean adventure.

Arrive rested, refreshed and ready to explore the Iberian Peninsula and Northern Africa during this 21-day transatlantic cruise combined with port stops in the Azores, Portugal, Spain, and Morocco. Slip past the sloped, imposing walls of Castillo San Cristóbal on your way across the Atlantic. Relax and book spa appointments or reconnect with friends and family as you gradually acclimatize to time zones and arrive ready to explore Horta on the island of Faial among the Azores Archipelago. Explore the waterfront of Portimao, a small Portuguese fishing port with a thriving sardine industry. Inhale the aromatic spices among the shadows of high medieval walls in a raucous Tangier market. Indulge in the visual contrasts of Almería’s 500-year-old Gothic cathedral and the modern Neolithic exhibits housed inside the angular and contemporary Museum of Almería. Your transatlantic vacation concludes along Barcelona’s vibrant waterfront, where you can sample rich seafood paella paired with touristy sangrias, and dark, smoky red Tempranillo wines.

Barcelona to Dun Laoghaire (Dublin) - 15 Days

Bask on sunny beaches along the Iberian Peninsula before sailing north to the green hills of Ireland during this 15-day cruise that visits ports in Spain, Gibraltar, Portugal, Isles of Scilly, and Ireland. Indulge in a savory seafood paella at a beachside café in Palma de Mallorca or examine relics from the Middle Ages inside the circular Castell de Bellver. Gaze down at busy Gibraltar Strait and the distant Moroccan Coast from atop the Rock of Gibraltar. Uncover the distinct characteristics of almond-fragranced Fino sherry and learn about stacked solera barrel aging systems in bodegas near Cádiz, Spain. Explore the fortifications and shipbuilding relics throughout El Ferrol, the world’s most formidable port during the age of cannon and sail. Your journey concludes in Dun Laoghaire, close to Dublin and home to the Maritime Museum, the James Joyce Tower, and local pubs, unique boutiques and outdoor cafés serving hot and crunchy fish and chips.

Transition from the crossroads of early Western Civilization to contemporary artistry and innovations throughout Italy, France and Spain during this 14-day autumn cruise along celebrated coastlines. Sail through the narrow Corinth Canal to the Temple of Apollo on Delphi, and learn how Apollo spoke to Greek citizens and early Romans. Tour the restored grandeur of the Church of Our Lady of Victory, Valletta’s first church. Stand before the bold Baroque columns and stairs of Saint Andrew’s Cathedral in Piazza Duomo, the center of Amalfi. Wander between Colosseum arches and the ruins of the Roman Forum in Rome. Shop among Monte Carlo’s most exclusive boutiques or nibble on spongy tiramisu with espresso-sipping locals. This memorable journey concludes in cosmopolitan Barcelona, where you can wander the upscale waterfront in search of paella, or venture to the heights of Montjuïc and the picturesque Palau Nacional, a palatial museum with terraced fountains and sweeping city views.

Delve into Southern Europe’s most famous landmarks and heritage sites while dining on succulent Mediterranean culinary masterpieces throughout this 17-day journey that embraces the shores of Italy, Monaco, France, Spain, Morocco, and Portugal. Savor red-cherry flavors of Super Tuscan red wine paired with herb-seasoned pasta and wild boar sausage, or tilt your head at the leaning Tower of Pisa’s architectural refinements. Amble beneath suspended whale skeletons and breathtaking marine exhibits inside the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, then test your luck at the opulent Casino Monte-Carlo, a century-old landmark for gambling, ballet, and classical theater. Admire the Post-Impressionist works of painter Paul Cézanne and sip pink rosé wines during a daylong exploration of Toulon, Aix en Provence. Cycle between crumbling Roman walls and weathered towers as you explore the Spanish countryside from Palamos to Pals. It’s an ideal way to burn calories prior to savoring late-night Spanish tapas and pulsing flamenco performances during your overnight port stop in Seville.

Take advantage of warm springtime weather and uncrowded beaches on this 18-day cruise from Rome to the Riviera, Spain, Morocco, and Portugal. Cast off the bow lines in Civitavecchia and follow Italy’s scenic coastline to the island of Elba, where you walk in the footsteps of Napoleon near Portoferraio, and dine on handmade pastas paired with robust Tuscan Sangiovese wines. Browse San Remo’s fragrant flower markets and stunning Italian gardens. Browse intricate handcrafted trinkets and heady spices in raucous Moroccan outdoor markets. This remarkable journey concludes in Lisbon, where you can ride an iconic yellow tram up sloped cobblestoned streets to Atlantic vistas and amazing views of this picturesque Portuguese capital.

From the grandeur of ancient Rome to the Renaissance splendors of the Western Civilization’s greatest artists, few countries have influenced the modern world like Italy. This 11-day cruise tour visits both sides of the Italian peninsula with stops in romantic Venice, small ports along the scenic Dalmatian coast, and a delicious and captivating land tour of both Tuscany and Rome. Float along Venetian canals while listening to singing gondoliers. Soar to expansive Adriatic views as a tram sweeps you high above Dubrovnik’s ancient walls and rustic old town charms. Slurp rich Spaghetti alle Vongole, blended with fresh clams, rich shrimp or fried calamari at a table overlooking the Sorrento seashore. Walk around the towering white marble statue of Michelangelo’s David, a Renaissance masterpiece embraced by Florentines as a symbol in defense of civil liberties. Sniff and sip the red, black and sour cherry aromas and flavors characteristic of the best Chianti wines. Wander Roman piazzas, ancient gathering spaces for families and neighbors for over 2,000 years.

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