CroisiEurope launches new coastal cruises

CroisiEurope launches new coastal cruises

CroisiEurope has unveiled two exclusive itineraries across the Mediterranean and Italian coastline.

Guests will board the La Belle de l’Adriatique in November and December, before its season in the Red Sea. Prices start from £1,995pp (fly or cruise) with savings of £475pp. Fares will include return flights from London, overseas transfers and the cruise itself with all meals, drinks and port fees. 

The week-long voyages from CroisiEurope are ‘The Best of the Mediterranean’ and ‘La Dolce Vita Along the Italian Coastline’. 

Highlights include: The Best of the Mediterranean – The round trip from Catania will visit Pozzallo, Valletta and Syracuse. Guests can marvel at ancient ruins, picturesque villages and authentic traditions. There will also be optional excursions to the Cyclopean Coast and Gozo, as well as tours to of Catania, Regusa and Modica, Valetta, Mdina and Rabat, Syracuse and Ortigia and Noto. A visit to the famous Mount Etna volcano and a chance to discover some of Malta’s archaeological treasures are on the agenda, too.

There are three departures on November 10, 17 and 24. A nine-night package is also available, with a two-night post-cruise hotel stay in Catania from £2,395pp.

La Dolce Vita Along the Italian Coastline – The round trip from Naples will visit Milazzo, Vibo Marina and Sorrento or Salerno. Travellers will get the chance to experience Italy’s magical Advent traditions. There will also be optional excursions to Naples, Pompeii and Herculaneum.

A trip to the Sanctuary of the Black Madonna in Tindari, an exploration of an ancient Greek town and the small city of Tropea is also part of the excursion. Guests can enjoy Mount Etna with a wine tasting, dig into regional cuisine and take a boat trip, too. There are three departures on December 5, 12 and 19.

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