Discover the magic of Europe with a Mediterranean cruise.
Explore The Mediterranean
Set sail on a dream vacation to the best places to visit when you cruise the Mediterranean. This region offers some of Europe’s most classic cultural landmarks — alongside some of its best weather to boot. Stroll along the ancient cobblestones of Florence in Italy or Dubrovnik in Croatia. Tour some of the architectural masterpieces, like the Palace of Knossos on Crete, the Roman amphitheater in Pula, and Rome’s St. Peter’s Basilica. Take in the stunning, volcanic island of Santorini with its blue and whitewashed towns or sip a glass of wine on Italy’s Amalfi Coast with its pastel-colored houses built into steep-sloping cliffs. Discover the magic with a Mediterranean cruise.
Santorini is one of the world’s most popular islands, known best for its dramatic scenery, whitewashed villages and fiery volcanic activity. Here adventure bubbles above the Aegean Sea in the most bold and breathtaking ways. A cable car takes you to the capital of Fira, a bustling cliff-top town awash with old cathedrals, enthralling museum collections and cozy tavernas. Venture to the coast for a swim in the deep blue waters that lap red and black pebbled beaches. And peel back layers of lava and history among excavated Akrotiri. Whether it’s by bicycle, ATV or on your own two feet, exploring this Cyclades isle never fails to impress.
One of Italy’s oldest port cities, Livorno is a small but historically rich city. Check out the red-hued Fortezza Nuova, a 16th-century fortress, and the surrounding area known as Nuova Venezia (“New Venice”), and take a mini-sailboat ride through its charming canals. Cruise to Livorno and use the city as your jumping-off point to the beauty of Tuscany: Take the 30-minute drive to Pisa and snap a quintessential picture with the city’s famous leaning tower. Or head to Florence — about an hour from Livorno by car or train — where you can see the unmistakable Duomo (“dome”) and the Byzantine-style frescoes of Saint John’s Baptistery.
Thick 16th-century stone walls encase the entire Old Town of Dubrovnik. But there are no boundaries on the endless adventures you’ll discover among its orange-roofed ramparts. With a made-for-TV appeal— Game of Thrones was actually filmed here— the city commands your attention with the perfectly preserved Rector’s Palace, elaborate Onofrio’s Fountain, and baroque St. Blaise’s Church, named after the city’s patron saint. You can browse museum collections showcasing Croatian artwork, period furniture and shipbuilding traditions. Stand in awe of the Franciscan Monastery library’s 30,000 volumes. Or to get your heart pumping, go cliff diving into the sea and kayak crystal blue waters, with the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ shimmering in the distance.
The best time to visit the region is Spring (May–June) or Autumn (September–October), when the weather is mild — the heat peaks in July and August.
If you’re planning to visit one of the well-known museums or other attractions that require a ticket, buy your ticket online in advance to save time.
Greece, Italy, Spain, France, Portugal, and Montenegro all use the euro; the other countries use different currencies.
Request A Quote
Please note some resorts require pre booking of certain activities. We may contact you before confirming your booking to find out if you wish to pre book any activities.
Keep an eye on us: we do fun stuff!
Get notified about the latest trips and upcoming deals
Check out Canadian Staycations wide range of year-round vacation packages in Canada.
Momentum Journeys Inc is a bonded and licensed travel agent. BC Consumer Protection License number 81484
2573 Dunsmuir Ave.
Mon-Sat: 9am - 5pm