What is a Mediterranean Cruise like?
There is no better way to explore the rich culture and heritage of the Mediterranean that from a spectacular cruise liner, so even when you’re travelling between destinations, you’ll still be able to enjoy the VIP lifestyle, enjoying world-class cuisine, sipping on cocktails, partying on deck or relaxing in the spa.
As indulgent as the cruises are, be sure to experience everything the Mediterranean by exploring ashore. There is plenty for all the family to enjoy throughout your holiday, so you can be immersing yourself in the historic sites of Rome one day, followed by rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous in Monte Carlo the next and to help you recover from that jet-setting unwind on a blissful sun kissed sea day.
Ports of Call on a Mediterranean Cruise
The Mediterranean oozes culture and history for anyone that wants to explore so much more. Step back in time and relive being a Roman or Greek, soak up the atmosphere of Las Ramblas & Monte Carlo or simply unwind on the beaches of Ajaccio or Corfu; there’s a cruise that visits every destination you’ve ever dreamed of. With Ex-UK & Fly-Cruising available, embarking your holiday in Southampton, Barcelona, Rome or Venice couldn’t be easier. During you holiday you will visit some better known destinations such as Florence/Pisa, Venice, Dubrovnik & Athens to name a few but you can also find some hidden gems such Kotor (Montenegro), Valletta (Malta), Cartagena (Spain) & Cephalonia (Greece) along the way.
Things to do in the Mediterranean
The Mediterranean offers the ultimate mix of rich heritage, vibrant culture and relaxing beaches on top of your fantastic on board facilities available at your finger-tips. So whether you want to spend time with the family exploring Pompeii, the Colosseum, Ephesus & Olympia or indulge in your romantic side with your loved one by soaking up the waterways & canals of Venice… there is something for everyone to enjoy!
Best time to visit the Mediterranean
You’ll enjoy hottest and sunniest weather during the summer months in the Mediterranean. More moderate temperatures are prominent between April and October, which is the favoured time to vacation for seasoned Mediterranean holidaymakers.
The summer months (between May and October) boast particularly sizzling temperatures thanks to the glorious Mediterranean sunshine, making it a particular favourite time of year for sun-worshipers, but with temperatures averaging between 30-40 degrees at peak months it is worth taking strong sun cream and plenty of water especially if you off exploring the historical sights and sounds.