The Mediterranean is a diverse kaleidoscope of countries and cultures, of bustling ports and laid-back islands.
With thousands of years of history and three different continents along its shores, the Mediterranean hosts a rich variety of cultures, and attractions from the ancient to the ultra-modern.
Where we sail.
Hvar is a town on an island of the same name, sitting proudly in crystal clear Adriatic waters less than 25 miles south of Split. Undoubtedly one of the Dalmatian Coast’s most beautiful destinations.
Valencia is an exhilarating mix of history, art and intellectual activity. Brave the 200 steps up to the summit of the amphitheater, for a giddying panorama of orange rooftops and blue-domed churches.
Croatia’s third-largest city, Rijeka is in the country’s north, around 10 miles from the Slovenian border. It features a fine selection of long beaches and secluded coves. A delightful place to visit.
Mahon, Menorca, Spain
Menorca is one of the four main Balearic Islands. Capital Mahon is known for its British-style Georgian houses and sheltered harbor. Its Santa María Church at Plaça de la Constitució is a highlight.
Established by Charlemagne, Hamburg owes much of its stunning architectural character to the rebuilding of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Today it offers stunning concert halls and theaters.