Dubrovnik, the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List for good reason. Kotor on the coast of Montenegro is nestled in a fjord landscape reminiscent of Norway. Saranda in Albania receives the ship in its horseshoe-shaped bay. In Gallipoli, Apulia, the historic centre is located on a rocky island connected by a bridge to the mainland. The visit to the Etna volcano is definitely a highlight of this trip. Syracuse in Sicily has an impressive archaeological park called Neapolis. Maltese Valletta with the neighbouring Gozo appears ancient and mysterious. And everywhere you look, you see the infinite blue of the sea.
Why this cruise?
- Enchanting old cities like Kotor and Syracuse, both on UNESCO’s list
- To Empress Sisi’s holiday home: the Achilleion on Corfu
- Elemental Malta and Gozo
- Sicilian culture in Taormina with its amphitheatre and impressive views
- Stunning view of the Mount Etna volcano