Rome / AnzioArrive in Rome and transfer to Anzio to embark on the Arethusa.
Sorrento / PompeiiIn the morning, visit Pompeii, the Roman city which was destroyed and preserved by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79. No other location so completely captures the life of the ancient Roman empire as this lost - and then found - city. Visit the Forum, Temples of Apollo and Jupiter, and the Stabian Baths, the best-preserved and most complete in Pompeii.
Trapani / Erice / SegestaDrive up winding roads to the medieval town of Erice. The town was known for its temple to the fertility goddess, Astarte. Look around the 12th-century Venus Castle and continue to Segesta for a visit to its magnificent Doric temple, built in 420 B.C.
ArbataxExplore this beautifully-situated hamlet, part of the town of Tortoli, and its environs, including the medieval Torre Spagnola.
Bonifacio, FranceNavigate the narrow waterway which leads to Bonifacio. Built on spectacular high cliffs on Corsica's south coast, Bonifacio is one of the Mediterranean's most notable landmarks. Stroll through the striking town and admire the Gothic architecture and dramatic scenery from its limestone cliffs which face the sea.
Portoferraio, ItalyDrop anchor at Portoferraio, the main harbor of the island of Elba. Most famous for being the location of Napoleon Bonaparte's exile, visit the Villa dei Milini, Napoleon's home, which has excellently preserved several artifacts from the emperor.
Viareggio / Lucca / PisaFrom the seaside resort of Vilreggio travel to Lucca, which houses one of the finest collections of Romanesque churches and medieval palaces in the region. In the afternoon, head to Pisa to visit the magnificent Cathedral, Baptistery, and Leaning Tower.
Nice, FranceDisembark in Nice and transfer to the airport for your continued journeys.