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Please note: While the cruise line does its best to adhere to the published itineraries, they may change at the discretion of the captain due to weather advisories, port traffic, and any other unforeseeable circumstances.

Trip highlights


When visiting Elba, take an open cable car to the peak of Mount Capanne for breathtaking views of the entire island.


Soak up the sun at Corsica's two most famous beaches — Palombaggia and Santa Guilia — in Porto-Vecchio.


Explore Olbia, an off-the-beaten-path port on the Italian island of Sardinia and the gateway to the Emerald Coast. 


Discover Ajaccio — Napoleon Bonaparte’s birthplace and the capital of the island of Corsica — brimming with history, art, market delicacies and apothecaries.


In Mahon, dig into the island’s prehistoric past or simply take in the natural wonders of this UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.


See the world’s largest underground lake at the Drach Caves in Palma de Mallorca.


Overnight on the ship in Barcelona — a city where you will find the iconic Basilica de la Sagrada Familia, designed by the renowned architect Antoni Gaudi, which is still under construction.


Enjoy the extra night in Barcelona at Hotel Barceló Raval — including a bus tour showcasing the city's charm while transitioning from the port to the hotel.


Spend a leisurely afternoon and evening discovering the magnificent medieval buildings of the Gothic Quarter in which the hotel is located before your return home.


Day 1

Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

Date: Friday October 18, 2024

Activity: Embark

Departure: 6:00 pm

Day 1 is all about the journey, as we embark on our trip to Rome to start our fabulous cruise. We'll have plenty of time to chat and get to know each other while we wait for our flight, and once we arrive in Rome, we'll be greeted with the warm Mediterranean sun and the hustle and bustle of this vibrant city. We'll make our way to the port, where we will embark on our cruise and kick off the journey!

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