Arrive in Barcelona and transfer to the Tere Moana for your cruise from Barcelona to Nice!
Arrive at Mallorca, the largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands. Built atop the Roman city of Palmaria, featuring ruins which continue to be unearthed, Palma de Mallorca offers a multicultural history that has resulted in a mix of architectural styles. Visit the city’s Gothic cathedral, one of the finest in Spain, which was built on the site where a Roman temple and mosque once stood. The Arab quarter, a warren of narrow alleyways housing museums, palaces, and courtyards, is also fascinating to explore.
Menorca, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, is the northernmost and second-largest of the Balearic Islands. It is considered the most tranquil of the island chain, with beautiful beaches and coves. The island's capital, Mahon, is located at the eastern end of the island and features the second-deepest natural harbor in the world. Admire the city’s mix of old and new architecture and delve into its storied past at the Museu de Menorca, with its displays of fine arts and archaeological artifacts.
Palamós was established in the 13th century as a fishing village, but today it is a resort town revered for its fine-sand beaches, promenades, clear-water coves ideal for diving, and medieval Old Town. In the historic center, visit the Santa María del Mar church and the fishing port, where the Fish Market and Fishing Museum are located. Enjoy the views over the bay from the Plaza Murada and the Plaza de El Pedro.
Arrive in Sete, a beautiful fishing village which features colorful buildings and beautiful beaches. Explore the town and sample the fabulous fresh seafood for which the town is famous.
Visit St. Tropez, a historic town on the French Riviera which has long been an inspiration for artists, writers, and filmmakers. Gourmet dining and a lively nightlife are also features of this glamorous resort.
Ruled by the Grimaldi family since 1297 with only brief interruptions, the Principality of Monaco is the world’s second-smallest country (after the Vatican). Sandwiched between mountains and the sea, Monte Carlo is a district of the country and home of the famous Grand Casino. Monte Carlo’s steep and winding streets are featured in numerous films, including Alfred Hitchcock’s “To Catch a Thief.” Attractions of this glamorous district include numerous museums, churches, monuments, and gardens.
Disembark in Nice, the 'Queen of the Cote d’Azur,' and transfer to the airport for your onward flights.