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Sail away on a Mediterranean cruise to popular lands of beauty and wonder. Your cruise ship will take you on a journey to the well-travelled ports and some hidden gems of France, Italy, Croatia, Greece and everywhere in between. What better way to see some of the world's greatest beaches and museums than by a luxury cruise?
Fred.\ can tailor-make you an amazing fly cruise from Venice to the Mediterranean. An intricate web of tiny islands and canals make up the enchanting city of Venice. In this intimate setting where gondoliers serenade, delicate bridges lead to winding cobblestone streets, and glorious renaissance architecture form a fairy-tale backdrop, it is no wonder that many people feel it is the world's most romantic destination.
You can see more of mainland Europe by taking one of our many Northern Europe cruises. In a simailar way to the mediterranean offerings, you will travel between popular destinations and little known areas of outstanding beauty.
18 Apr 2020 for 10 nights on board Black Watch
Price From £999 pp
26 Apr 2020 for 22 nights on board Boudicca
Price From £1899 pp
16 May 2020 for 8 nights on board Braemar
Price From £799 pp
28 May 2020 for 10 nights on board Black Watch
Price From £899 pp
11 Jun 2020 for 9 nights on board Boudicca
Price From £899 pp
Toulon, France has unexpected charm and is all the better for not being a major tourist destination, as you can wander through the cobbled streets of its delightful old town untroubled by crowds. Look out for the superb maritime and art museums, the magnificent Romanesque cathedral and Le Marche, where fresh flowers, fruit and vegetables are bought to market every day.
In Italy you will drop anchor at Civitavecchia, the gateway to Rome - one of the world's greatest cities. Rome has been the focal point for many of the world's greatest artists, architects, rulers and philosophers. Naples is a lively, working port city along the Amalfi Coast. Its modern skyline is dominated by the heights of the not-too-distant Mount Vesuvius. Don't miss out on Pompeii, this Roman city was destroyed by volcanic ash, but she tells her story in excavated baths, villas and theatres. See well-preserved frescoes, mosaic-inlaid floors, and plaster casts that mark the positions of Pompeii's fallen citizens. The enchanting city of Venice is an intricate web of tiny islands and canals. In this intimate setting where gondoliers serenade, delicate bridges lead to winding cobblestone streets, and glorious renaissance architecture form a fairy-tale backdrop.
Part of the Greek Islands in the Aegean Sea, Mykonos is a dazzling destination filled with whitewashed houses, blue-domed churches, and beautiful beaches set against an equally striking blue sky. Corfu is dotted with cypress and olive trees, and the air is perfumed with the scent of orange and lemon groves. Katakolon is the gateway to Olympia, one of the most important religious centres of ancient Greece. This fascinating destination is the site of the original Olympic Games and the Temple of Zeus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Santorini has one of the most dramatic backdrops of cliffs, sea and sky in the world. The island was not always crescent-shaped as it is today. A volcanic eruption during the Bronze Age caused the middle of this once-circular island to sink, leaving an enormous sea-filled crater flanked by mammoth cliffs. This cataclysmic event is the reason for many of the island's remarkable features, from its black-sand beaches and exquisite wines, to its fascinating archaeological sites.
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