A few highlights of the Treasures of the Mediterranean All Inclusive Cruises departing from Palma, Majorca in the Balearic Islands.
Treasures of the Mediterranean Cruises full Itinerary is as follows:
|Day||Treasures of the Mediterranean Itinerary|
|Day 1||Ship departs at 11pm from Palma in Majorca|
|Day 2||Ship at Sea|
|Day 3||Today we dock at 9am to 5pm in Trapani - Sicily|
|Day 4||You will enjoy our stopover at Sorrento in Italy from 7am to 6pm|
|Day 5||Dock at 7am to 7pmin Civitavecchia, Italy for Rome|
|Day 6||Today you will arrive at 9am to 5pm Propriano in Corsica|
|Day 7||Stopover from 10am to 6pm in Mahon, Menorca|
|Day 8||Return to Palma at 6am|
Palma nestles on one side of a broad bay for the start of the Treasures of the Mediterranean Cruise. The old city continues to be magnificently protected and you will find numerous wonderful ancient houses and castles jam-packed in to the Gothic Quarter throughout the cathedral, which rules the horizon. The city buzzes with daily life twenty-four hours a day and there isn’t any lack of stylish pubs, outdoor dining places as well as British pubs.
Get to grips with your ship today and as you can go All Inclusive on-board this luxury cruise with a drinks package. In addition to drinks, meals in organise of restaurants, and pursuits, like mini golf as well as the wall. There are tiny bonuses, such as a free of charge in-cabin safe and normal water fountains sprinkled throughout the vessels.
Trapani greets you with azure ocean and generations of historical past along its coast. Enjoy the Area of the Temples at Agrigento and frolic in the amazingly clear waters of San Vito lo Capo. You are able to go diving on the Egadi-Islands, check out stunning beaches to the south of Trapani, check out ruins from age-old historical past at Segesta or Selinunte, get gorgeous sights of Erice or check out some fascinating areas like Gibellina and Marsala with gorgeous beaches. Sicily delivers a wide variety of cruise excursions.
Cruises to Sorrento plays host to Treasures of the Mediterranean cruises and is located over whitened cliffs. The port has been used for more than 2,000 years by sailors stopping off. You will find an amazing selection shopping, dining places, boutiques and attractions. Its position close to numerous superb sights tends to make Sorrento an excellent stop off. Sorrento relishes outstanding Mediterranean climate, but due to the cliffs, sunlight isn’t really on beaches and pontoons until eventually later on in the day time. Luxury Cruise Ships anchor away from Sorrento and tenders ferry guests in to the harbour. Sorrento is much like just one large shopping bazaar. There is street after street stuffed with retailers, shops and specialised outlets to discover.
The Treasures of the Mediterranean cruise moves on to Civitavecchia for the Italian capital. This is a city just begging to get discovered. Even though you could see a good deal in a single day, you could potentially easily commit more time here. The Treasures of the Mediterranean cruise to Rome is a brilliant stopover and you need to research all the shore excursions before you get here. Every single turn in Rome provides additional ancient monuments, art work, galleries and museums and historic treasures. Rome can be quite warm during the summer time, so take light-weight clothes to look around the city.
Propriano in Corsica is the next leg of the Treasures of the Mediterranean All Inclusive Cruise. Corsica is a significant and hilly region perfectly found on the Mediterranean sea east of Nice, France. Even though Corsica is French, Corsicans like to consider themselves separate from France. The capital city in Corsica is Ajaccio, which relishes fantastic Mediterranean climatic conditions. The local currency exchange is the euro and you will find sufficient Automatic teller machines in Ajaccio. Ajaccio’s biggest claim that they can have is the fact that Napoleon Bonaparte was born right here in 1769. He spent his years as a child here.
Sleepy Menorca is the one before the last stopover on your Treasures of the Mediterranean Cruises. Although less harsh and greener compared to other Balearic island destinations. There is rolling hillsides, cattle grazing in meadows as well as a rugged shoreline lightly indented with pretty coves and soft sand coves. The top months are from April to October despite the fact that it is usually extremely warm in between July and August other than in the coastal parts. The central plateau can be very cold throughout the winter season. The main stop is Mahon, to the eastern tip, gotten to by way of a magnificent luxury cruise with the large, natural harbour in which the 18th century British Mediterranean navy sheltered when Menorca was reigned over from London. Make sure to be on deck for the approach as the commentary to see Admiral Nelson’s residence on the hillside.
Treasures of the Mediterranean Cruises end with you docking inside the port on the far end-of the bay. A 15-minute shuttle service journey the takes you into the city. Popular excursions include things like organised tours of the old city. Go on a journey around the historical mountain railway to Soller, and see the stunning off-road communities of Deia and Valdemossa. Other activities are water theme parks and water sports, mountain biking or simply just relaxing around the beach front.
Mediterranean Explorer from Palma, Majorca, Barcelona, Spain, Toulon, Cote d’Azur, France, Livorno, Florence, Pisa, Italy, Ajaccio, Corsica, Civitavecchia, for Rome, Naples, Pompeii, Capri, Messina, Mount Etna, Valletta, Malta, Ibiza Town, Ibiza, Cartagena, Malaga
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