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Mediterranean Fortnight

Oceana
p.p. from AU$ 1389
Duration
14 Nights
date
09.11.15
Harbours (9)
Southampton (London) Southampton (London)
 
 
up to
- 34 %

Rome to Venice

Queen Victoria
p.p. from AU$ 2099
Duration
14 Nights
date
12.09.15
Harbours (12)
Civitavecchia (Rome) Venice
 
 

Meander through the Mediterranean from Rome

Queen Victoria
p.p. from AU$ 2249
Duration
14 Nights
date
08.08.15
Harbours (12)
Civitavecchia (Rome) Venice
 
 

11 Sunny Days in the Mediterranean

Celebrity Equinox
p.p. from AU$ 2088
Duration
10 Nights
dates (2)
April 2016 - October 2016
Harbours (9)
Barcelona Barcelona
Rating
4.7/5

Mediterranean Glories Southampton Return

Ventura
p.p. from AU$ 1819
Duration
14 Nights
date
08.06.16
Harbours (10)
Southampton (London) Southampton (London)
 
 

Island Hopping from Rome

Queen Victoria
p.p. from AU$ 1339
Duration
8 Nights
date
15.10.16
Harbours (6)
Civitavecchia (Rome) Civitavecchia (Rome)
 
 

Rome to Barcelona Excursion

Queen Victoria
p.p. from AU$ 2449
Duration
14 Nights
date
15.10.16
Harbours (11)
Civitavecchia (Rome) Barcelona
 
 

Excursion From Rome

Queen Victoria
p.p. from AU$ 1679
Duration
7 Nights
date
06.08.16
Harbours (6)
Civitavecchia (Rome) Civitavecchia (Rome)
 
 
up to
- 36 %

The Western Mediterranean Experience

Celebrity Silhouette
p.p. from AU$ 1702
Duration
9 Nights
date
24.09.15
Harbours (8)
Civitavecchia (Rome) Civitavecchia (Rome)
 
 
up to
- 24 %

Mediterranean Treasures

Celebrity Equinox
p.p. from AU$ 1193
Duration
7 Nights
dates (3)
June 2015 - August 2016
Harbours (7)
Civitavecchia (Rome) Barcelona
Rating
4.7/5
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Historic Ajaccio

The first people to visit the city certainly didn’t arrive on modern ships like the Rhapsody of the Seas. The history of Ajaccio goes far back; passengers can seek out the 8,000 year-old set of menhirs which give a glimpse into Ajaccio’s ancient culture.  The city has a rich medieval history as it was conquered by the Genoese Empire, and there are some ruins from the period for those interested in discovering more about this part of Corsican History. The city’s most famous son is Napoleon Bonaparte who was born here in 1769. The home in which Napoleon was born is now open to the public as a museum showcasing the life of this well-known leader.  The museum can be found in the city’s old quarter which is also home to many ancient wonders. If history isn’t quite your cup of tea though there is still plenty to do. The local population has reacted to growing tourism and there are plenty of tours for people who aren’t content with sitting on a beach all day. Those of you who do want to lounge on beach are in luck however as Ajaccio has pristine sands and water where cruise passengers can sit back, relax and soak up the Mediterranean sun.

Your Journey to Ajaccio

Ajaccio is a city which somehow remains unspoilt but has developed an infrastructure for tourists. No matter your interests, you will find something in Ajaccio. History buffs will find this cruise destination particularly interesting because of its history of Genoese occupation and because it is the birth place of Napoleon, but there is much more to do. Foodies will be able to savour the unique delights which have developed from the mixture of Italian and French influences and nature lovers will enjoy the Prunelli Gorges. The various cafes and beaches will also provide more than ample opportunity for those just wanting to relax. With so many companies offering cruises to Ajaccio such as P&O, there are options for all budgets and passengers types. Call our expert staff today to find the best deal for you on your cruise to Ajaccio.