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Rugged natural beauty meets luxury on the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, south of Corsica and between France & Italy. The aptly named Emerald Coast (Costa Smeralda) stretches for miles along the rugged coastline of Sardinia, running adjacent to some of the clearest turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. A coach tour will take you further inland to the granite hills of San Pantaleo and then the town of Porto Cervo, where charming streets and squares serve as the main hub of the Costa Smeralda. Here, you can sample the local cheese and wine or enjoy a full meal in a quiet cafe. Baia Sardinia, Romazzino Hotel, and Piazzetta also emit a posh atmosphere. Cruises only spend one day here, so make sure to take full advantage of all this gorgeous island has to offer. Contact us to start planning today!

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Perhaps no country captures the relaxing classical atmosphere of the Mediterranean better than Italy. Ever since it was the seat of the powerful Roman Empire, its influence has been felt throughout the world, in art, architecture, and even language. As you tour this ancient country, you will have the chance to visit the cities and sites that make Italy what it is today. 
  • Venice - the city of bridges and canals that takes you back to Italy's yesteryear, where you'll see the Byzantine Doge's Palace and maybe enjoy a classic gondola tour. 
  • Rome (Civitavecchia) – the country's capital city and home to the Roman empire's most famous ruins, like the Colosseum and the Forum, just to name a few.
  • Sicily - the Mediterranean's largest island is the off the southern coast of Italy, and home to its own unique culture, cuisine and wines.  
  • Vatican City - home to St. Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and the administrative headquarters of the Catholic Church.
  • Naples - here, you can visit the harrowing sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum, where artifacts from the violent eruptions of Mt. Vesuvius are well preserved.
  • Portofino - A tranquil seaside village home to unforgettable cafes, restaurants, and shopping.

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