Mediterranean Cruises

Cruises to the Mediterranean

From the pristine beaches and ancient ruins of the Eastern Mediterranean to the artsy and flavorful countries of the Western Mediterranean, this region is easily one of the most diverse in the world. Revel at Spanish and Italian architecture, soak up some sun in Greece, explore antiquities in Istanbul and Malta or get a taste of the French countryside on the outskirts of Nice, Monte Carlo or Cannes. Some Med itineraries dip down into northern Africa; the Canary Islands are also a popular stop for repositioning cruises.

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  • Beautiful Greek Islands
    We choose this cruise for the amazing itinerary. The Greek Islands are so beautiful. Most of our tours were through RC and they were wonderful. The food, service and entertainment on the cruise was disappointing. The food had no taste to it and the ... Read more
  • Production staff
    just got back from the Norwegian Star. nice ship and relaxed. buffet was good and the food was tasty. Always a table available. plenty of storage in the cabin and was kept clean and tidy. had the drinks package but unfortunately not many staff ... Read more
  • Food was bad.
    We are a couple on the 60´s, more than 10 cruises before. Nice looking ship. Very port intensive cruise. Price below competitors. Good bars and lounges. Service very attentive. The line attitude looks cheap, and charge for ... Read more
  • We chose this cruise because of the itinery and largely because it was incredible value at £380 pp. Having read some reviews here we approached with an open mind (first time with Costa) but were very pleasantly surprised. The ship is very ... Read more
  • Lovely small ship
    Chose this cruise for the itinerary. Initially we were concerned about the small ship size but actually found we loved the more intimate setting. Other than embarkation day, this ship does not pressure you to buy drink or restaurant packages. Some ... Read more
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  • Just right
    My second cruise on this ship the old Thomson Dream although a large ship 12 decks , by today's modern standards is small but that suits me fine wouldn't want to travel on one of the massive ships we passed. Cabins are small and basic but contain ... Read more
  • First and last time cruiser
    Choose the cruise because it had some single people going. Room was OK, but the studio lounge was not inviting at all. I did enjoy the freedom to dine when and where I wanted to. Breakfast buffet was very annoying by the 3rd day. Totally went to ... Read more
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