Mediterranean Cruises

From islands, ancient ruins and sparkling beaches to bustling cities, delicious cuisines, cultures and languages - all can be discovered on a Mediterranean Cruise.

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Mediterranean Cruises

From islands, ancient ruins and sparkling beaches to bustling cities, delicious cuisines, cultures and languages - all can be discovered on a Mediterranean Cruise.

Mediterranean Sea

Mediterranean Europe is the world's top tourist destination and welcomes over 200 million tourists annually. One of the main appeals of the marvellous Mediterranean is the climate; the promise of summer sun and long lazy beach days. The beaches of the Mediterrean are understandably a top reason for the fleet of tourists- from the brimming beaches of the Greek isles including Lefkada and Elafonissi Crete, to Spiaggia Rosa in Sardinia and not to mention the Spectacular Spanish coastlines such as Cabo de Gata, Andalucia. There's more to the region than the beaches however, and away from the coast one can appreciate the spectacular ancient landscape.


The region has an unparalleled cultural legacy and offers diverse and divine culinary experiences. The exotic cultures, cuisines and history of the countries along the Mediterranean are rich and varied, with each city and town having something unique and special to offer. Discover the Vatican and the Colosseum in Italy, the Acropolis and the Parthenon, Knossos, Phaestos, Crete and Preveli in Greece, Alhambra, Alcazar, Mezquita, La Catedal and Bilbao in Spain. Indulge in tapas in Spain, kebabs in Turkey and souvlaki in Greece. With its ancient ruins, awe-inspiring art, legendary cities and sun-kissed beaches, the Mediterranean is a visual and sensual feast.

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  Cruises to Barcelona
The Spellbinding Western Mediterranean
The Spellbinding Western Mediterranean
10 Nights with the Freedom of the Seas
 05.10.2017
p.p.from AU$ 1483
Mediterranean Marvels and Sun from Barcelona
Mediterranean Marvels and Sun from Barcelona
12 Nights with the Brilliance of the Seas
 May 2017 - October 2017
p.p.from AU$ 1949
Incredible Italy, Memorable Malta and Stunning Spain
Incredible Italy, Memorable Malta and Stunning Spain
11 Nights with the Vision of the Seas
 19.04.2017
p.p.from AU$ 1450
Wondrous Western Mediterranean Barcelona Return
Wondrous Western Mediterranean Barcelona Return
7 Nights with the Freedom of the Seas
 May 2017 - October 2017
p.p.from AU$ 1017
Mediterranean Mystery
Mediterranean Mystery
7 Nights with the Majestic Princess
 09.04.2017
p.p.from AU$ 1371
  Cruises to Southern France
Majestic Mediterranean from Barcelona to Rome
Majestic Mediterranean from Barcelona to Rome
7 Nights with the Royal Princess
 May 2017 - August 2017
p.p.from AU$ 1469
European Adventurer Southampton Return
European Adventurer Southampton Return
14 Nights with the Crown Princess
 April 2017 - August 2017
p.p.from AU$ 2233
Mediterranean Collection from Barcelona to Rome
Mediterranean Collection from Barcelona to Rome
11 Nights with the Royal Princess
 May 2017 - October 2017
p.p.from AU$ 2380
Adriatic Charm from Barcelona to Rome
Adriatic Charm from Barcelona to Rome
7 Nights with the Royal Princess
 May 2017 - August 2017
p.p.from AU$ 1469
Spain, France and Italy from Barcelona to Rome
Spain, France and Italy from Barcelona to Rome
10 Nights with the Celebrity Constellation
 09.10.2017
p.p.from AU$ 1546
  Fly Cruises
Sydney to Stockholm on Sea and Serenade
Sydney to Stockholm on Sea and Serenade
65 Nights with the Sea Princess
 20.05.2017
p.p.from AU$ 12999
Mediterranean Antiquities
Mediterranean Antiquities
19 Nights with the Royal Princess
 23.05.2017
p.p.from AU$ 5399
Cruise the Med and Rail to Rome - Celebrity
Cruise the Med and Rail to Rome - Celebrity
18 Nights with the Celebrity Constellation
 01.06.2017
p.p.from AU$ 5899
European Coast and Viking Sagas
European Coast and Viking Sagas
29 Nights with the Koningsdam
 26.04.2017
p.p.from AU$ 8999
Mediterranean Stars
Mediterranean Stars
26 Nights with the Westerdam
 15.06.2017
p.p.from AU$ 9599
Ports in the MediterraneanTop Ports in the Mediterranean
Civitavecchia (Rome), Italyfrom
AU$ 159
Civitavecchia, with its 52,300 inhabitants, is located in the province of Rome. Rome is Italy's largest city with 2.7 million inhabitants. The Old Town, St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican City are on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1980. In the 'Eternal City' there is so much to discover. There are many theater performances to enjoy, and a number of museums with interesting exhibits. Rome is also surrounded by many parks, where one can relax and watch the world go by.
Athens (Piraeus), Greecefrom
AU$ 434
Piraeus is the historic port of Athens. Athens is Greece's capital city and has an estimated 790,000 inhabitants. The city is also the cultural, historical and economic center and one of the most important cities of Southeast Europe. Local attractions include, without doubt, the Acropolis and Dafni Monastery. In addition, there is a wide variety of museums.
Venice, Italyfrom
AU$ 294
Since 1987, Venice and its lagoon have been on the UNESCO list of World Cultural Heritage. The city, with its 175 canals and approximately 400 bridges, is home to 270,800 people. The old town can be explored best in one of the many gondolas. Other attractions include numerous palaces, churches and museums.
Dubrovnik, Croatiafrom
AU$ 394
Dubrovnik was listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979 and is now a major resort in Croatia. An estimated 43,770 people live in the port city. One of the attractions is the Franciscan monastery and pharmacy, which date back to the 13th Century.
Livorno (Florence), Italyfrom
AU$ 578
Livorno is one of the main Italian ports. Approximately 161,000 residents live in the city and, in spite of the destruction of large second World War II, the city still has many historic buildings. Other attractions include numerous churches and synagogues and forts.
Marseille, Francefrom
AU$ 69
France's main port city rich in history, which can be traced back to the year 600 BC. A visit to the old harbor and the church of Notre-Dame de la Garde are highly recommended.
Mediterranean Sea

Mediterranean Cruises

The Mediterranean Sea

The Mediterranean is Europe’s answer to a sun-soaked holiday of golden beaches, exciting cities and a wide variety of cultures. The Mediterranean Sea derives from the Latin “in the midst of lands”, and stays very true to its name! With access to Europe, Africa and the Middle East, a cruise along the Mediterranean coastline offers an experience like no other. Explore Europe’s bustling cities, many of which are steeped in a rich history and are bursting with flavourful cultures and diversity. Mediterranean cruises along the coastline offer a vast array of wondrous holiday destinations with delectable cuisine. There are intriguing mixture of cultures, languages and religions. The Mediterranean coastline is ringed by a winding coastline of scenic peninsulas and majestic mountains, overlooking a glistening electric-blue sea.

Western Mediterranean Crusies- The Algarve

Boasting 300 days of sunshine a year, Portugal’s Algarve promises to delight with charming towns, white-washed villages, enticing cuisine and friendly locals who are lucky enough to call The Algarve their home. Discover the coastline’s many fishing towns or unwind at one of the many coastal beaches. Take a dip in The Algarve’s refreshingly cool waters and soak up the area’s warm ambience some of the area’s best-loved cafés, bars and restaurants.

Spanish Delights

Take a stroll along Cadiz’s narrow cobble-stoned streets and discover one of Andalucía’s unjustifiably best kept secrets in Spain’s southernmost province. Immerse yourself in all Spain has to offer – sample the area’s warm culture and delight in some tempting Tapas in one of the many bars and restaurants. Discover the coastal city’s ancient architecture and view its impressive yellow-domed cathedral which dominates the cityscape and overlooks the turquoise waters of the Atlantic Ocean. For a cultured mix of sunny beach resorts, traditional fishing villages, sprawling cobbled streets and rolling vineyards look no further than Majorca, Spain. This enchanting Balearic Island has always been favoured by tourists for its island ambience, sun-fuelled atmosphere and golden sand beaches.

Central Mediterranean Cruises and Adriatic Sea.

From the biggest island in the Mediterranean, Sicily, you can experience the deep cultural and arts heritage of the area. There are hundreds of ancient ruins and castles on the island. Spend the time exploring the cities and towns and you won’t be disappointed. You will also want to see the beautiful countryside in all its Sicilian glory. You can take a walk in the foothills of Mount Etna or visit some of the picturesque villages and enjoy the famous local cuisine of Cannoli. This sweet treat is something not to miss on your trip to Sicily. In the Adriatic Sea you have easy access to the coasts of Albania, Montenegro, Croatia and the Italian east coast. Experience some of the best of European culture and heritage.

Eastern Mediterranean Cruises

Mediterranean cruises in the east have a different flavour to the central and western areas. Visiting the Greek or Cypriote Islands will take you back over 2000 years so you can experience all the ancient history. Modern parts of these areas are vibrant in colour and culture. The friendly natives will bring a smile to your face with their welcoming smiles and warm nature. Now is the time to book your ultimate Mediterranean cruise experience.