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Navigate Italy’s charming ports, such as Porto Vecchio, and linger within the dolce vita of the Amalfi coast with an overnight and late departure from Ravello. Then, feel the exhilaration of exploration as you trek the ruins of Pompeii via Naples on this journey. As you go hopping across the Italian coast and Greek Isles, you’ll make a stop in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ephesus, a city deemed one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Late departures from Amalfi, Syracuse, Kusadasi and Mykonos, plus an overnight in Amalfi, allow you the time and space to take in every exhilarating moment on this journey.
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Civitavecchia to Piraeus
Jun 10, 2023
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Civitavecchia to Piraeus
Jun 10, 2023 on board on board Viking Longships World Navigator New Ship
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  • FREE Onshore Cultural Event
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  • PLUS Travel Insurance
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    NO AGE LIMIT
    PRE-EXISTING CONDITION WAIVED
    NO MEDICAL QUESTIONNAIRE

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DATE PORT   ARRIVAL   DEPARTURE
Jun 10 Sat Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy DEPART 6:00 PM
Jun 11 Sun Porto Vecchio, (Bonifacio), Corsica, France ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 6:00 PM
Jun 12 Mon Porto Cervo, Sardinia, Italy ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 6:00 PM
Jun 13 Tue At Sea
Jun 14 Wed Capri, Italy ARRIVE  7:00 AM DEPART 4:00 PM
Amalfi (Ravello), Italy ARRIVE  7:00 PM ****
Jun 15 Thu Amalfi, Italy **** DEPART 11:59 PM
Jun 16 Fri Naples (Pompeii), Italy ARRIVE  7:00 AM DEPART 6:00 PM
Jun 17 Sat Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 6:00 PM
Jun 18 Sun Capri, Italy ARRIVE  7:00 AM DEPART 4:00 PM
Amalfi (Ravello), Italy ARRIVE  7:00 PM ****
Jun 19 Mon Amalfi, Italy **** DEPART 11:59 PM
Jun 20 Tue Stromboli Volcano – Scenic Navigation ARRIVE  12:00 PM
Jun 21 Wed Syracuse (Noto), Sicily, Italy ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 11:00 PM
Jun 22 Thu Time change -1hr (1hr fwd)
At Sea (Ionian Sea)
Jun 23 Fri Zakinthos, Greece ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 6:00 PM
Jun 24 Sat Katakolon (Olympia), Greece ARRIVE  7:00 AM DEPART 8:00 PM
Jun 25 Sun At Sea
Jun 26 Mon Chania, Crete, Greece ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 6:00 PM
Jun 27 Tue Santorini, Greece ARRIVE  7:00 AM DEPART 9:00 PM
Jun 28 Wed Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 11:00 PM
Jun 29 Thu Mykonos (Delos), Greece ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 11:00 PM
Jun 30 Fri Piraeus (Athens), Greece ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 6:00 PM

 

World Navigator

WORLD NAVIGATOR
World Navigator was conceived with the sensibilities of an explorer – one who believes the world is best experienced up close, while still leaving the destination untouched. Launching in 2021, World Navigator realizes the possibilities of environmental stewardship with the latest hybrid power management and propulsion system, maximizing fuel efficiency and consuming as low as one-fifth the fuel compared to conventional cruise-ship systems. Its alternate hydro-jet propulsion system helps the ship quietly cruise up to five knots without disturbing marine wildlife for incomparable up-close encounters.This is how you can best enjoy the world and protect it for others. And as the expedition-style World Navigator quietly nestles into the amazing, remote and rugged locations on your itinerary, you’ll wonder why anyone would roam any other way.
SUITES & STATEROOMS
Yes, you’ve chosen to sail Atlas Ocean Voyages for access to unique and adventurous destinations. However, luxury accommodations must always remain top-of-mind. World Navigator features four decks of accommodations, totaling just under 100 suites and staterooms that range in size and spaciousness to suit your priorities. All feature cinematic ocean views. Nearly all include balconies. And the interior décor is selected with a designer’s eye. Enjoy the perfect balance of rugged days and indulgent nights on board World Navigator.

VERANDA

Queen Stateroom w/Balcony(B1, B2) Greet the day with mimosas on your private balcony and enjoy comfortable convenience.
Located: Deck 5 and 6 Occupancy: Up to 2 guests • 270 sq. ft. of total living space • Private balcony with teak furnishings • Queen bed (convertible to two single beds) • Elegant private bath featuring L’Occitane products, a walk-in glass shower with rain head, body jets and a handheld shower, and a wardrobe • Sitting area with sofa, vanity, flat-screen TV and state-of-the-art “infotainment” system

HORIZON

Queen Stateroom w/Juliet-style Balcony(A1 & A2) Enjoy the European touch of a Juliet balcony, as well as direct access to the Activity Deck and restaurant below.
Located: Deck 5 and 6 Occupancy: Select staterooms hold up to 3 guests • 270 sq. ft. of total living space • Floor-to-ceiling Juliet-style balcony with top drop electric window • Queen bed (convertible to two single beds) • Elegant private bath featuring L’Occitane products, a walk-in glass shower with rain head, body jets and a handheld shower, and wardrobe • Sitting area with sofa, flat-screen TV, and state-of-the-art “infotainment” system

VERANDA DELUXE

Queen Stateroom with Balcony(E2) Select from inviting and roomy staterooms highlighted by ocean views and sea breezes from your walk-out balcony.
Located: Deck 6 Occupancy: Up to 3 guests • 300 sq. ft. of total living space with 52-sq. ft. balcony featuring teak furnishings • Queen bed (convertible to two single beds) • Elegant private bath featuring L’Occitane products, a walk-in glass shower with rain head, body jets and a handheld shower, a walk-in closet and wardrobe • All include a flat-screen TV with state-of-the-art “infotainment” system

HORIZON DELUXE

Queen Stateroom w/Juliet Balcony(E1) Select from inviting and roomy staterooms highlighted by ocean views and sea breezes.
Located: Deck 6 Occupancy: Up to 3 guests • 300 sq. ft. of total living space with floor to ceiling top-drop Juliet balcony and interior sitting area with convertible sofa • Queen bed (convertible to two single beds) • Elegant private bath featuring L’Occitane products, a walk-in glass shower with rain head, body jets and a handheld shower, a walk-in closet and wardrobe • All include a flat-screen TV with state-of-the-art “infotainment” system

NAVIGATOR

1-Bedroom Suite w/Balcony (NS). Atlas most spacious accommodation recreates the comforts of home while bathing you in floor-to-ceiling ocean views from your living room or bedroom.
Located: Deck 5 and 6 Occupancy: Up to 3 guests • 465 sq. ft. of total living space • Oversized private balcony with teak furnishings • Queen bed (convertible to two single beds) • Elegant private bath featuring L’Occitane products, a walk-in glass shower with rain head, body jets and a handheld shower, a tub, his & her sinks, a walk-in closet and wardrobe • Separate living room with sofa, vanity, flat-screen TV, and state-of-the-art “infotainment” system • Easy access to gym, spa and pool

DISCOVERY

1-Bedroom Suite w/Balcony(DS) The sumptuous and spacious bathroom is your personal haven. Meanwhile, you’re always near the action with easy access to the Activity Deck below.
Located: Deck 5 and 6 Occupancy: Up to 3 guests   • 445 sq. ft. of total living space • Oversized private balcony with teak furnishings • Queen bed (convertible to two single beds) • Elegant private bath featuring L’Occitane products, a walk-in glass shower with rain head, body jets and a handheld shower, a walk-in closet and wardrobe • Separate living room with sofa, vanity, flat-screen TV, and state-of-the-art “infotainment” system

JOURNEY

1-Bedroom Suite w/Balcony(JS) Cozy up to the moon, the stars and the sunrise on your 105 sq. ft. balcony. And enjoy easy access to the shops, lounge and theatre on the deck below.
Located: Deck 5 and 6 Occupancy: Up to 3 guests • 382 sq. ft. of total living space • Oversized private balcony with teak furnishings • Queen bed (convertible to two single beds) • Elegant private bath featuring L’Occitane products, a walk-in glass shower with rain head, body jets and a handheld shower, a walk-in closet and wardrobe • Sitting area with sofa, flat-screen TV, and state-of-the-art “infotainment” system

ADVENTURE

OCEANVIEW Stateroom(C1) These are the ideal accommodations when your priorities are comfort, convenience and, of course, a brilliant ocean view.
Located: Deck 3 Occupancy: Up to 2 guests • 183 sq. ft. of total living space • Panoramic ocean view from the full picture window • Queen bed (convertible to two single beds) • Elegant private bath featuring L’Occitane products, a walk-in glass shower with rain head, body jets and a handheld shower, and a single wardrobe • Sitting area with two chairs, side table, flat-screen TV and state-of-the-art “infotainment” system
AMENITIES
When you choose the Atlas experience, you choose luxe-adventure expeditions that are All Inclusive All the Way. Enjoy Top-shelf beverages • Elevated accommodations • Butler service for suites • In-room indulgence: Enjoy L’Occitane products • Self-care on us with yoga, mat Pilates and Spinning®️ • Enriching classes • Gourmet international dining • and more…
LIFE ON BOARD
Whether you’re waking up to an amazing day at sea or returning from a day of paddleboarding in Positano, bicycling along the Black Sea, or other down-to-earth adventures, you’ll find World Navigator has another set of enriching all-inclusive discoveries in store for you. Wondering what to do first? The crew is happy to guide you toward an experience that feels designed just for you.

UNWIND

Take a dip in the heated pool and whirlpools, where the water is relaxing, and the conversation is invigorating. And keep your eyes on the ocean, because you never know when you’ll spot a cresting whale or pod of dolphins in the wild.

SIP

Relive the day’s adventures with new friends at the ship’s intimate bars and lounges. Enjoy the selection of included liquors and fine wines, as well as classic and creative cocktails while you post photos and double-tap each moment.

SAVOUR

Every meal is a marvel when the chefs bring world-class credentials, and fresh, local ingredients to the table. Enjoy our all-inclusive restaurants, indulge as you desire, from your morning camembert to filet mignon to midnight cookies and milk.
Chef Rui Paula
Born in Oporto, Portugal, distinguished two-Michelin Star Chef Rui Paula’s dishes reveal the memory of his origins, preserving flavors, textures, aromas and colors, in surprising recreations, full of originality.

BREATHE

Deck 4 is dedicated to health, physical, and mental wellness, featuring SeaSpaSM by L’Occitane, the fitness center, a juice bar and more. Or you can stroll or jog around Deck 8 while you bask in brilliant ocean views. Increase strength and flexibility on state-of-the-art equipment and at yoga and Pilates classes.

FEEL

You’ve had a full day. A boots and binoculars kind of day. Now, melt into a full menu of treatments designed to soothe and celebrate you at SeaSpaSM by L’Occitane, featuring signature Provençal ingredients and the healing touch of L’Occitane-trained specialists.

REACH

When you’re standing on the bow of Deck 5 at Water’s Edge Lookout, you’re just 30′ from icy Antarctic waters. Spotting whales off the coast of Brazil can prompt an impromptu detour. And a morning espresso on your balcony is sweetened with up-close Amalfi Coast views.
DECK PLANS
Navigating the decks of World Navigator is easy. Find everything you need, from dining areas to the mud room for excursion equipment. Get to know the layout of suites and staterooms to always find your way back to your home away from home.
DATE PORT   ARRIVAL   DEPARTURE
Jun 10 Sat Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy DEPART 6:00 PM
Jun 11 Sun Porto Vecchio, (Bonifacio), Corsica, France ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 6:00 PM
Jun 12 Mon Porto Cervo, Sardinia, Italy ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 6:00 PM
Jun 13 Tue At Sea
Jun 14 Wed Capri, Italy ARRIVE  7:00 AM DEPART 4:00 PM
Amalfi (Ravello), Italy ARRIVE  7:00 PM ****
Jun 15 Thu Amalfi, Italy **** DEPART 11:59 PM
Jun 16 Fri Naples (Pompeii), Italy ARRIVE  7:00 AM DEPART 6:00 PM
Jun 17 Sat Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 6:00 PM
Jun 18 Sun Capri, Italy ARRIVE  7:00 AM DEPART 4:00 PM
Amalfi (Ravello), Italy ARRIVE  7:00 PM ****
Jun 19 Mon Amalfi, Italy **** DEPART 11:59 PM
Jun 20 Tue Stromboli Volcano – Scenic Navigation ARRIVE  12:00 PM
Jun 21 Wed Syracuse (Noto), Sicily, Italy ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 11:00 PM
Jun 22 Thu Time change -1hr (1hr fwd)
At Sea (Ionian Sea)
Jun 23 Fri Zakinthos, Greece ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 6:00 PM
Jun 24 Sat Katakolon (Olympia), Greece ARRIVE  7:00 AM DEPART 8:00 PM
Jun 25 Sun At Sea
Jun 26 Mon Chania, Crete, Greece ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 6:00 PM
Jun 27 Tue Santorini, Greece ARRIVE  7:00 AM DEPART 9:00 PM
Jun 28 Wed Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 11:00 PM
Jun 29 Thu Mykonos (Delos), Greece ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 11:00 PM
Jun 30 Fri Piraeus (Athens), Greece ARRIVE  8:00 AM DEPART 6:00 PM

 

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VERANDA
Greet the day with mimosas on your private balcony and enjoy comfortable convenience.

270 SQF
$24,855
$10,099 (Toronto)
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HORIZON
Enjoy the European touch of a Juliet balcony, as well as direct access to the Activity Deck and restaurant below.

270 SQF
$26,934
$10,999 (Toronto)
$11,399 (Vancouver)

+ $ Taxes & Fees
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$31,870

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VERANDA DELUXE
Select from inviting and roomy staterooms highlighted by ocean views and sea breezes from your walk-out balcony.

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Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

Civitavecchia acts as the main terminal for all cruises heading into Rome. From there a shuttle bus takes travelers to the Service Center of Largo della Pace where they can embark on their adventures through the Eternal City.

Rome lies at the heart of the Italian peninsula along the Tiber River, just 15 miles inland from the Tyrrhenian Sea. It maintains its position in the world as a powerful influence in religion, politics, and art, as it is well known as the site for intellectual and artistic achievements past.

From the iconic Roman Coliseum aboveground to the mysterious catacombs of the Capuchin Crypt below ground, the capital of Italy beckons the adventurous to discover its many secrets and stories. The ancient structures’ architecture alone is enough to captivate even the most veteran traveler.

With so many ruins and historic sites to marvel at, it’s easy to get lost in the country’s past and wonder at how it connects to the present and future. But the city holds a certain cosmopolitan feel as well. Countless rooftop bars make Rome a prime location for an evening sunset with new friends as you raise a glass of wine to adventure.

Make a stop at the Trevi Fountain to toss a coin and make a wish. Do as the Romans do. Whether you make your way through back alleys in search of the quintessential gelato shop or get lost in the Ostiense neighborhood for a look at colorful street art, a day spent in Rome is a treasure hunt.

Porto Vecchio, (Bonifacio), Corsica, France
The lagoon-like harbor of Porto Vecchio holds a charming ambience that invites you to stroll through its maze of alleys, shops, bars and restaurants. From the Bastion de France to Porte Genoese, the town’s original gate, the past remains a prevalent influence on the city’s personality. Venturing about a half-hour drive outside of town, discover the natural beauty of Ospedale, the first mountain village sitting 900 meters above sea level. Your exploration of Porto Vecchio is only complete with some time spent at the shores of Pinarello, Santa Giulia, Palombaggia and Cala Rossa for Mediterranean blue seas and sunny adventures.

Porto Cervo, Sardinia, Italy
Porto Cervo is an Italian seaside resort in northern Sardinia. It is a frazione of the comune of Arzachena, in the province of Sassari. Created by Prince Karim Aga Khan and various other investors, Porto Cervo is the main centre of Costa Smeralda. It has a resident population of 421 inhabitants.

At Sea
Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore

Capri, Italy | Amalfi (Ravello), Italy

Capri, Italy | Arrive: 7:00 AM | Depart: 4:00 PM
Amalfi (Ravello), Italy | Arrive: 7:00 PM
The island of Capri is the gem of the Bay of Naples. In Capri you can marvel at the whitewashed homes and villas, fragrant lemon trees and flower-filled courtyards. From the water, be sure to visit the Grotta Azzurra (Blue Grotto), which is only accessible by boat. Once inside the cave, you can marvel at the water’s sapphire color, which is caused by the light refraction from the hidden opening in the rock. Also from the water, see the Arco Naturale on the east coast of the island. Dating from the Paleolithic age, the limestone arch is the remains of a collapsed grotto.

Amalfi, Italy

The small town of Amalfi lies amidst the famous coast, renowned for its exquisite beauty. From the roses of Villa Rufolo to the Mediterranean scenes from a bird’s-eye view, it’s easy to see how this little village gained a reputation as a picture-perfect destination. Its vantage point upon the cliffs, facing the deep blue of the Salerno Gulf in the Tyrrhenian Sea, makes it the ideal backdrop for that brag-worthy shot to show your friends, new and old.

Along the Amalfi Coast, life may give you lemons, but it is far from sour. The Path of Lemons, a relatively easy climb from Maiori to Minori, takes you through the famous groves. Delicious scents of citrus drift through the air as you pass through the trees cultivated by Amalfi families for generations. Here you can discover the source of Italy’s famed limoncello before you take a shot of the liqueur at a local restaurant.

As you wander through Amalfi’s grand architecture and historical constructs, you will find your way to Ravello. Known as the City of Music, travelers from all around the world come to the small Italian town for the Ravello Festival, a series of musical events with strong ties to composer Richard Wagner.

Ravello’s winding streets and staircases are perfect for travelers who prefer the wanderlust route of getting lost in a city. It’s a great way to stumble upon a local restaurant for authentic cuisine that cannot be found anywhere else. It is a truly immersive experience of life in small-town Italy.The small town of Amalfi lies amid the famous coast, renowned for its exquisite beauty. From the roses of Villa Rufolo to the Mediterranean scenes from a bird’s-eye view, it’s easy to see how this little village gained a reputation as a picture-perfect destination. Along the Amalfi Coast, life may give you lemons, but it is far from sour as the Path of Lemons takes you through the famous groves from where Italy’s famed limoncello derives.

As you wander through Amalfi’s grand architecture and historical constructs, you will find your way to Ravello. Ravello’s winding streets and staircases are perfect for travelers who prefer the wanderlust route of getting lost in a city.

Naples (Pompeii), Italy
The grand city of Naples beckons with a vibrant waterfront. Within the bay stands Megaride Island, home of the Castel dell’Ovo. Legend has it that the poet Virgil housed a magical egg there that protects it, and the very city, from ruin. A jaunt through the city takes you through a blend of architecture and art. And Neapolitans agree you should take a walk through Via dei Tribunali, “Pizza Alley,” for the best slice with signature charred dough. For a look into times past, make your way to Mount Vesuvius. Here you will find the surrounding ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum.

Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

Civitavecchia acts as the main terminal for all cruises heading into Rome. From there a shuttle bus takes travelers to the Service Center of Largo della Pace where they can embark on their adventures through the Eternal City.

Rome lies at the heart of the Italian peninsula along the Tiber River, just 15 miles inland from the Tyrrhenian Sea. It maintains its position in the world as a powerful influence in religion, politics, and art, as it is well known as the site for intellectual and artistic achievements past.

From the iconic Roman Coliseum aboveground to the mysterious catacombs of the Capuchin Crypt below ground, the capital of Italy beckons the adventurous to discover its many secrets and stories. The ancient structures’ architecture alone is enough to captivate even the most veteran traveler.

With so many ruins and historic sites to marvel at, it’s easy to get lost in the country’s past and wonder at how it connects to the present and future. But the city holds a certain cosmopolitan feel as well. Countless rooftop bars make Rome a prime location for an evening sunset with new friends as you raise a glass of wine to adventure.

Make a stop at the Trevi Fountain to toss a coin and make a wish. Do as the Romans do. Whether you make your way through back alleys in search of the quintessential gelato shop or get lost in the Ostiense neighborhood for a look at colorful street art, a day spent in Rome is a treasure hunt.

Capri, Italy | Amalfi (Ravello), Italy

Capri, Italy | Arrive: 7:00 AM | Depart: 4:00 PM
Amalfi (Ravello), Italy | Arrive: 7:00 PM
The island of Capri is the gem of the Bay of Naples. In Capri you can marvel at the whitewashed homes and villas, fragrant lemon trees and flower-filled courtyards. From the water, be sure to visit the Grotta Azzurra (Blue Grotto), which is only accessible by boat. Once inside the cave, you can marvel at the water’s sapphire color, which is caused by the light refraction from the hidden opening in the rock. Also from the water, see the Arco Naturale on the east coast of the island. Dating from the Paleolithic age, the limestone arch is the remains of a collapsed grotto.

Amalfi, Italy

The small town of Amalfi lies amidst the famous coast, renowned for its exquisite beauty. From the roses of Villa Rufolo to the Mediterranean scenes from a bird’s-eye view, it’s easy to see how this little village gained a reputation as a picture-perfect destination. Its vantage point upon the cliffs, facing the deep blue of the Salerno Gulf in the Tyrrhenian Sea, makes it the ideal backdrop for that brag-worthy shot to show your friends, new and old.

Along the Amalfi Coast, life may give you lemons, but it is far from sour. The Path of Lemons, a relatively easy climb from Maiori to Minori, takes you through the famous groves. Delicious scents of citrus drift through the air as you pass through the trees cultivated by Amalfi families for generations. Here you can discover the source of Italy’s famed limoncello before you take a shot of the liqueur at a local restaurant.

As you wander through Amalfi’s grand architecture and historical constructs, you will find your way to Ravello. Known as the City of Music, travelers from all around the world come to the small Italian town for the Ravello Festival, a series of musical events with strong ties to composer Richard Wagner.

Ravello’s winding streets and staircases are perfect for travelers who prefer the wanderlust route of getting lost in a city. It’s a great way to stumble upon a local restaurant for authentic cuisine that cannot be found anywhere else. It is a truly immersive experience of life in small-town Italy.The small town of Amalfi lies amid the famous coast, renowned for its exquisite beauty. From the roses of Villa Rufolo to the Mediterranean scenes from a bird’s-eye view, it’s easy to see how this little village gained a reputation as a picture-perfect destination. Along the Amalfi Coast, life may give you lemons, but it is far from sour as the Path of Lemons takes you through the famous groves from where Italy’s famed limoncello derives.

As you wander through Amalfi’s grand architecture and historical constructs, you will find your way to Ravello. Ravello’s winding streets and staircases are perfect for travelers who prefer the wanderlust route of getting lost in a city.

Stromboli Volcano – Scenic Navigation
Catch sight of the impressive Stromboli volcano off the northern coast of Sicily. As you sail around it, keep in mind the three small villages along its coasts – San Bartolo, San Vincenzo and Ginostra. It’s surprising to imagine there’s a small population living under one of the most active volcanoes of Italy. Take in its awe-inspiring peak as you witness the land that features in the end of the famous book by Jules Verne, Journey to the Center of the Earth.

Syracuse (Noto), Sicily, Italy

Syracuse holds many wonders for the venturesome traveler seeking something far from the ordinary. From archaeological parks to World War II battlefield remnants to the Plemmirio Nature Reserve, the vast and diverse environment contains any level of challenge for the explorer at heart.

The Sicilian city of Syracuse holds 2,700 years of history with influence from other cultures like Spanish, Greek, Norman, and Arabic. This amalgamation of cultural influences brings a unique flavor to the local cuisine, as it incorporates the likes of saffron, couscous, arancini, goose, and marsala wine. Such diverse options in food and drink make Syracuse a most delicious destination.

The capital of the Italian province of Syracuse is filled with countless treasures for you to explore, but it is also a gateway to various small villages that are perfect for a leisurely stroll through local history. Among the most notable is Noto, the “Baroque Capital of the world.

Stepping into Noto feels like traveling through time. The exquisite architecture will keep you in awe as you traipse through the village. Wandering the streets through its stunning buildings and constructs makes it feel like no time has passed at all.

This UNESCO-protected city holds all the charms of small-town living on the island of Sicily. From indulging in sweet gelato to catching a street musician put on an accordion show, the simple pleasures will make you want to stay in Noto forever.

At Sea
Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore

Zakinthos, Greece

Its natural wonders, from geological arches lining the coast to enticing caves among cerulean waters, create an unparalleled scene that must be appreciated in person. The island of Zakynthos, also known as Zante, is an unspoiled paradise along the Ionian Sea. It’s easy to spend a relaxing day getting some sun as you lay on silky white sands along the shore of water that goes from blue to bluer. For the traveling beach bum that likes to go shore hopping, Zakynthos is the perfect destination.

Along Navagio, also known as Shipwreck Beach, if you are looking for stories of adventure, you will not be disappointed. Following the paths along the cliffs above the beach will take your breath away as you look upon the unbelievable horizon.

The square in Zakynthos town comes alive at all hours, abuzz with activity throughout the day and into the night. Shops, cafes, and restaurants abound, making it the perfect place to grab a helping of spanakopita, spinach pie, while perusing the local wares and trinkets to take home. There is nothing like sitting at a café with a cup of brew in hand while a soothing sea breeze blows by.

Zante’s nightlife rivals that of more famous Greek islands Mykonos and Ios. Many establishments that operate as restaurants during the day convert into clubs with drinks and dancing at night. But you can always choose a quieter evening. A midnight stroll under the lights along the port’s walkway, inhaling sea salt, and listening for the lull of water lapping against the ships makes the perfect end to the day.

Katakolon (Olympia), Greece

Katakolon is a little seaside village on the western coast of Ilia and it’s exactly what you picture when you think what a Greek village should be. You can taste the day’s catch fresh from the fishermen’s nets at the gateway to Olympia. With a small population and plenty of shops and restaurants to peruse, it’s the perfect way for travelers to get an intimate look at Greek life.

The home of the first Olympic Games in 776 BCE, Olympia still holds wonder. As explorers wander onto the ruins the first thing that catches their eyes are the stone columns. Still standing where they were first lined up in ancient times, one cannot help but let their imagination run wild as they fantasize about running the first flame across the field.

Many are tempted to take their place in history when they catch sight of the pedestals where Olympic winners once stood to receive their spoils. But please, don’t stand on the victors’ columns. It will have to be enough to admire them or strike a triumphant pose next to one of the first place pedestals.

Fun fact: This is where the saying, “Don’t rest on your laurels,” came to be. Victors of the Olympic Games earned a wreath made of aromatic bay laurels as a symbol of their triumph. But these long-past victories were never meant to help them hold their social status long term.

Wander further into the ruins and find the remains of the Temple of Zeus. The platform is roped off for visitors, but just standing at its base is enough to inspire awe. Visitors can spend hours at the site and marvel at how all those constructs have managed to keep standing after all this time.

At Sea
Spend the day on the high seas pampering yourself at the spa or enjoying some time on deck. Mingle with your fellow explorers and swap stories of your exploits, making plans for new ones together once you get to shore

Chania, Crete, Greece
Chania exudes a rich culture, coming from every corner, crack, and cranny found throughout the city. In the summer, the municipal government hosts a series of music and theater performances. The best spots to catch one of these iconic shows is in Public Garden, the theatre at Eastern Trench, or Park of Peace and Friendship. Not far from Chania lies the small town of Souda, Crete’s second-largest port. On a verdant island nearby you find the Fortress of Souda, one of the strongest castles built in Crete by the Venetians, as well as the archaeological site of ancient Aptera.

Santorini, Greece

When you think of the quintessential whitewashed houses of Greece with blue domes and windmills sprinkled throughout the landscape, it’s Santorini that comes to mind. This island of the Cyclades contains lush scenery, a quaint charm and cosmopolitan feel all at once.

Just 300 steps down from the northern city of Oia you will find Amoudi Bay, an exquisite vista of vibrant red cliffs and the caldera that demand you stop and take in the view. In the little village of the bay you will find the Greek island life thriving amid the local tavernas serving the catch of the day.

Discover one of the most prominent excavations of prehistoric settlements in the Aegean at the Akrotiri archaeological village. Ruins from the ancient city date back as far as 1700 BCE before it was buried by a volcanic eruption. But the first inhabitants date even further back to the Late Neolithic period (fourth millennium BCE).

For the wine lovers who are curious about the history and process of their favorite drink, the Koutsoyannopoulos Wine Museum is a must-visit. Nestled within a natural cave six meters underground, a tour of the museum and tasting of the vineyard’s Volcan wines is an experience like none other.

A visit to Santorini is not complete until you sample the local fare – fava me koukia. Mashed fava beans are prepped with lemon, parsley, dill and fennel for a delectable Greek dish popular among the islanders. Or opt for tomato gefthedes (tomato fritters) for another savory selection.

Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey

Picture this: marble ruins of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World right before your eyes. Through the rubble you gaze upon the impressive Temple of Artemis. This is the experience of Ephesus, a UNESCO-listed, 4,000-year-old city located in Selcuk that is considered the best-preserved classical city of the eastern Mediterranean.

Countless historical sites and ruins abound in the region, from the Basilica of St. John to the House of the Virgin Mary. A visit to Ephesus makes it easy to step into the past and imagine life among the locals in times before. Nothing invokes that feeling more than the ruins of the Library of Celsus, an ancient Roman site where its namesake is buried in a crypt beneath it.

This archaeological zone still buzzes with activity, as archaeologists continue to dig through the ruins and discover its secrets. To walk among the excavations as scientists continue to unearth the site’s remnants makes it hard not to get swept up in the history.

Standing amid the ruins, beyond the excavations, stretching far and wide before your eyes is Ayasuluk Hill. Dotted with palm trees and other foliage, the site creates the perfect picture of the region’s mild climate, making it a vacation haven.

Mykonos (Delos), Greece

Wandering is one of the best ways to enjoy the island of Mykonos. Its narrow, winding streets between the iconic architecture of whitewashed houses with blue domes create the archetypal image of modern-day Greece. These constructs serve picture-perfect opportunities at every glance with their colorful shutters, doors, and flowers.

Dotting the horizon up on the hill lie the renowned windmills of this island among the Cyclades. The sight of these windmills invokes a feeling of seeing into the past amidst a contemporary city, depicting the perfect harmony of past and present.

The aroma of an old bakery, which still uses a 15th century wood-burning stove, entices you with the delicious scents of Greek pastries and baked goods. It is not a visit to Mykonos without sampling the local favorite, loukoumádes, fried dough dripped in honey, and sometimes topped with sesame seeds.

Taking the ferry to Delos, you reach an uninhabited island in the Cyclades archipelago. It is dedicated solely as an archaeological site with ties to ancient Greek mythology as the birth site of the sun god Apollo. It is the only island in the world entirely comprised of ruins.

Although many stones lay strewn across the ground, there are still plenty of columns and partial constructs standing, defying the test of time. The stark white Doric temples against the deep blue backdrop of the Aegean create an image straight out of myth, making you a part of it.

Piraeus (Athens), Greece

Athens is still as iconic as ever. Winding pathways from ancient times transformed into modern-day roads and streets lead you to the monumental gateway of the Acropolis and other archaeological sites. It is a land soaked in history and mythology, but not stuck in the past.

As you wend through back alleys, passing the street art and getting serenaded by street musicians, you are never lost. You are simply taking a journey to an unknown destination. You may find yourself at the likes of the Church of Agioi at the southeast corner of the Holy Apostles Ancient Agora, a less-crowded historical site away from the flocks of tourists.

Try your hand at haggling with local vendors at the Plaka or Monastiraki flea market. There are so many handmade wares and trinkets to peruse and purchase. Keep an eye out for the more risqué souvenirs if you want a good laugh.

Aside from venturing through the cradle of Western Civilization, you can explore the port of Piraeus. It is the biggest port in Greece and one of the most important ports of the Mediterranean. Centuries of history have transformed this seaside town from a wartime fortress to a major shipping and transportation center.

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