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Mediterranean Cruises

Find out where our Mediterranean cruises could take you

Our Mediterranean cruises are a great way to explore many different cities including Rome, Athens, Barcelona and Dubrovnik. Plus, our latest itineraries can take you to impressive destinations further afield, including the cultural city of Istanbul or the ancient city of Troy in Turkey.

Also discover sun-kissed islands such as Mykonos, Corsica, Sardinia and Minorca, combining busy day’s sightseeing with more peaceful days of relaxation. Visit the ancient sights of Spain and absorb the diverse mixture of British and Spanish culture in Gibraltar. From foodies to art aficionados, lovers of ancient history or modern cities, our boutique cruises around the Mediterranean Sea really do offer something for everyone.

These are some of the ports that you can visit with us on a cruise to the Mediterranean


Our cruises to the Mediterranean often stop in the beautiful Barcelona. Once a military camp and colony for the Romans, Barcelona is now thriving with some impressive history. Absorb the Mediterranean scenery, whitewashed Modernist architecture and all year-round sunshine.

Antoni Gaudi’s colourful buildings are scattered throughout Barcelona along with several art galleries and world-class museums.


Tagged on to the end of Iberia, the intriguing British outpost of Gibraltar is dominated by a sandy peninsula and the impressive 1,400-feet-high limestone Rock. Gibraltar is very much a home from home, boasting excellent duty-free shopping which contrasts nicely against the dramatic cliff sides with an interesting species of primate.

The Rock of Gibraltar


Mahon is most famous for its Georgian style houses. This city has been Menorca's capital since 1713 when it was moved there from the Ciutadella by the British. The influence of their almost 100-year presence is still evident in the city's distinctive architecture, traditions and culture.

The island’s status as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve has helped to protect the island, preserve its natural beauty and keep historic buildings intact.


Sardinia’s capital offers its visitors the best of island life with a calmer alternative to mainland Italy. Whether you’re taking a walk along the coast or browsing local handicrafts in the markets, you’ll appreciate Sardinia’s serenity. Cagliari’s hilltop citadel and archaeological museums are just a small slice of the history that this capital has to offer.

The sun-baked rooftops of Cagliari


This Italian city is made up of 117 islands that are linked by 150 canals and an extensive amount of bridges.

This famed city has perfect locations to view the Grand Canal, beautiful gothic architecture and a wealth of art-filled palaces. As well as marvelling at architectural masterpieces, canals can be explored further by gondola.


Split is one of Croatia’s most popular destinations, with its historic centre listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Split owes much of its incredible history to the Roman Emperor Diocletian. His vast Imperial Palace still stands today and makes up half of the old town featuring shops and quaint medieval houses. There’s also an impressive waterside location and the Cathedral of Saint Domnius.

Split’s striking Diocletian’s Palace


Valletta is a walled fortress city located between two of the finest natural harbours in the Mediterranean. In the centre of this capital of Malta, is a gem of Baroque Art- St John’s Co- Cathedral.

Overlooking the Grand Harbour, are the Lower and Upper Barakka Gardens, making for a relaxing and scenic setting. There are many points of interest to explore in this historic city.

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