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Rome to Nice: Yachting the Riviera

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Savor the best of France and Italy on this glamorous Mediterranean cruise along the sundrenched French and Italian Rivieras. Stroll Nice's famous Promenade des Anglais with its palm trees and sparkling Côte d’Azur. From there, sail to Calvi on Corsica onboard your luxurious small ship where Spanish and Roman influences have contributed to this chic French port city. In Portofino, discover why yachtsmen consider this to be the world's most beautiful small port. Then enjoy the natural wonderland of pine forests, tranquil beaches, and charming fishing villages, before you travel back in time to experience the historical wonders of Rome.

Day-by-Day Summary

Day 1 : Rome, Italy
Day 2 : Portoferraio, Italy
Day 3 : Portofino, Italy
Day 4 : Cannes, France
Days 5-6 : Monte Carlo, Monaco
Day 7 : St Tropez, France
Day 8 : Nice, France

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Wind Surf

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  • Small Ship

Activity Level

Relaxed

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Explore the streets of Rome Historical Rome, Italy Bask in the sun in Nice, France Mystical Monaco Enjoy coastal towns in the Mediterranean

Day 1 Rome, Italy

2,500 years of history are woven into the fabric of modern Rome. You can feel it in the glory of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican. Or as you wander sidestreets that open onto piazzas, fountains, Bernini sculpture, and elegant courtyards. Famous treasures are legion in Rome: the Colosseum…the Forum…St. Peter’s Cathedral…the Trevi Fountain…the Spanish Steps. Take time out between sights to do as the Romans do: enjoy a three-hour lunch, shop, people-watch, or savor the best gelati in the world. Board your ship this evening and settle into your luxurious cabin, preparing for your upcoming Mediterranean adventure.

Day 2 Portoferraio, Italy

Gliding into the town of Portoferraio, your first port of call on your Mediterranean cruise, you can see why Napoleon chose Elba for his exile; an island of pink granite, pine forests, and pristine beaches. The contrasts of the Elba countryside – from its typical fishing villages and high mountain passes to its stylish summer resorts on the coast – are enchanting. Elba’s restaurants feature excellent seafood, and small private vineyards produce local Moscato and Aleatico wines.

Day 3 Portofino, Italy

Portofino is considered by many yachtsmen to be the “world’s most beautiful small port.” From the sea, the entrance to town is a narrow waterway, usually crowded with yachts and sailboats. Tall cliffs rise steeply above the port, dotted with expensive villas and an imposing castle. Along the water, restaurants with outdoor tables and colorful umbrellas offer refuge to some of Europe’s wealthiest and most discerning pleasure-seekers.

Day 4 Cannes, France

Cannes is the sister city to Beverly Hills and the chic epicenter of the French Riviera – a world of exclusive boutiques, palm-lined avenues, starlet-studded beaches, and elegant sidewalk cafes. While most famous for its Film Festival in May, when international celebrities gather to screen films and make deals, it glitters every month with swimming and sunning by day, and a club and casino scene by night.

Day 5-6 Monte Carlo, Monaco

The fairy-tale kingdom of Monte Carlo glitters with opulence and jet-set glamour, and the action centers around its famed casinos. Inside, under gilt-edged ceilings and ornate frescoes, fortunes are made or lost. Elsewhere in Monaco are the Prince’s Palace, from which the Grimaldi dynasty has ruled since 1297; the Cathedral where Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier; and the Rock of Monaco, where gardens cascade to the sea.

Day 7 St Tropez, France

Small but chic, St. Tropez is a lively town whose beaches are legendary, both for their beauty and for the beauties on them. Follow the narrow lanes from the waterfront, and you’ll arrive at the oldest part of St. Tropez, where twisting narrow streets open onto tiny squares and fountains. Great views can be had from the 16th-century Citadel, but the most interesting views are from a chair in a sidewalk café: sit on the terrace and watch the fascinating, flirtatious French Riviera pass by.

Day 8 Nice, France

With its casual affluence, flower-lined streets, flourishing markets, and interesting museums (the Musée Chagall and Musée Matisse are highlights), Nice is a charming introduction to the spirit of the Côte d’Azur. Stroll along its wide sunny boulevards, broken here and there by shady gardens and parks. Or stop for bouillabaisse, a specialty of the area, in a local restaurant.

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