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What is it about Europe that keeps us coming back for more? More medieval villages. More amazing things to see. More romantic cafés.  Perhaps it's the way the continent is always changing, yet remains forever timeless. Maybe it's the way we feel when we're there: curious and open, enlivened and aware. Touched by the past, yet surrounded by the future. Where else can you stumble upon an archaeological dig on the way to a chic Roman nightclub? Or check your e-mail from a quaint café that dates back to 1876. Soak in the sun and history of this magical region as you join the SeaDream II on this exclusive adventure!

Day-by-Day Summary

Day 1 : Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy | Embark
Day 2 : Portovenere, Italy
Days 3-4 : Monte Carlo, Monaco
Day 5 : St. Tropez, France
Day 6 : Cannes, France
Day 7 : Cassis, France
Day 8 : Mahon, Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
Day 9 : Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Day 10 : Barcelona, Spain | Disembark


  • Enjoy a taste of life in Provence at the delightful village of Gassin
  • Discover the famous art galleries of Portofino
  • Visit Antibes's small flower-bedecked streets and medieval sections
  • Observe the panoramic roads of the Riviera as you drive along Monaco


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Charming port cities line the coves of the French Riviera Villlas along the Italian riviera Monte Carlo Cannes, France The towering cathedral of Palma de Mallorca

Day 1 Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy | Embark

Arrive at one of the largest and busiest ports in the Mediterranean - Civitavecchia is the gateway to Rome. Rome has been recognized as one of the most-visited cities in the world. Its incredible history spans over 2,500 years, and its historic center is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Monuments and museums such as the Vatican Museum and the Colosseum are amongst the world's 50 most-visited destinations. Settle in to your cabin and attend a welcome dinner as the ship sets sail.

Day 2 Portovenere, Italy

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Portovenere and the three islands of Palmaria, Tino, and Tinetto were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997. They have been selected for being distinguished examples of the ways in which man has been able to modify and transform the environment without altering the beauty of the original natural landscape.

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Portovenere (Cinque Terre) – UNESCO Awarded Cinque Terre: You cannot visit Italy without having seen and visited one of the world's most beautiful and famous stretches of coastline. It's so beautiful, it was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997! Don't disappoint yourself and your friends by staying behind. Are you not convinced yet? Please read on! Clinging to the Ligurian cliffs on the west coast of Italy are five castles at nearly the same distance from one another: Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. Depart from the Portovenere pier directly to Cinque Terre ("Five Lands") and marvel at the breathtaking coast with the villages suspended above the sea, almost defying gravity. There they are - Five ("Cinque") picturesque villages of pastel-colored houses and terraced vineyards alive with the fragrance of olive trees blending with the fresh ocean breeze. Arrive at the village of Vernazza, where you disembark and begin a guided walk of this 1st-century village. Notice the richness of its architecture, which is evidence of a standard of living that was wealthier than the other villages. Following this guided walk, there is free time to browse the local shops or enjoy a cafè. Then re-board the vessel for a stop at the second village, Monterosso, known as the most westerly village, and the beach town of the Cinque Terre. This town is divided into two distinct parts: San Cristoforo Hill, and the old maritime village protected by a rock spur. Your guide points out the highlights of the village and then allows you free time to explore on your own before returning to the motor launch and the return journey to Portovenere.
Duration: 4 hours

Portovenere (Cinque Terre) – Guided Village Walk: Imagine walking through your own town without any knowledge of its history, culture, or customs. Now imagine how much richer you are for the experience with that information added. This walking exploration of Portovenere leaves you feeling like a local. Portovenere is an ancient 12th-century town where tall and colored houses still remain as an important feature of one of Italy's most picturesque ports. Start today's walking adventure with your knowledgeable guide by passing under the ancient arch to enter Caruggio before exploring the Church of St. Peter, the Castle, and the Cemetery. Continue walking portside for a panoramic view of the town and the island of Palmaria. Along the way a stop is made to enjoy a tasting of the delicious local wine.
Duration: 2 hours

Day 3-4 Monte Carlo, Monaco

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  • 2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 2 Dinners
The Principality of Monaco is an independent sovereign state composed of four quarters: Fontvieille (the newest), Monaco-Ville (the oldest), La Condamine, and Monte Carlo. Monte Carlo is widely known for its casino as well as the Monaco Grand Prix. Monte Carlo is one of Europe's leading tourist destinations as it simply has so much to offer. Some of the sights include the Cathédrale Paroisse, Eglise Sainte Dévôte, Jardin Exotique et Grottes de l'Observatoire, Monaco Top Cars Collection, Musée Océanographique, and of course the Palace.

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Monte Carlo – Monaco by Ferrari Super Car: Experience the great sensation of driving a real supercar. This exceptional adventure is done along the panoramic roads of the Riviera, exactly where James Bond has been a few times! You are picked up by a luxury mini-van and an English-speaking driver, and transferred along the beautiful Middle Cornice Road to reach the perched village of Eze. Here the Ferrari car is ready and waiting for you. Enjoy being a front seat passenger or pilot during 15 minutes of a real fast car ride. As a co-pilot, a professional driver is in command of the car, or you can be a pilot with a professional trainer beside you. After this exciting experience, enjoy a soft drink while being overwhelmed by the landscape. Have some free time for visiting the nearby perfume factory. Your minivan brings you back to Monaco and drives on the very streets which are turned into the Monaco F1 Grand Prix racing track every year in May.
Duration: 4 hours

Monte Carlo – Eze and Monaco: As you depart the Monaco harbor, the coach joins the Moyenne Corniche, a broad road taking large sweeping curves along the coastline and high cliffs and providing the only access to the amazing village of Eze, a prime example of a Mediterranean hill village. Eze clings like an eagle's nest to a rock spike towering 1401 feet over the sea. On foot enter the 14th-century double gateway with crenellations and a sentry walk leading into the steep narrow streets, sometimes running beneath the carefully restored houses which are now smart boutiques or artists' studios. Streets of this town are closed to traffic and the town can only be explored by foot. Do not miss the magnificent views of the coast from the top. Driving back to Monaco, your coach parks at the foot of the rock of Monaco. From here take escalators and elevators which carry you to the Old City: "The Rock". Up the hill, a guided walking tour through the narrow streets takes you past the Oceanographic Museum, the Cathedral containing the tomb of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier III, and the exterior of the Prince's Palace. After a short time at leisure, your motor coach drives along a small part of the Grand Prix Motor Race circuit before returning to the ship.
Duration: 4 hours

Monte Carlo – Walking the Principality: Leaving from one of the world’s most famous ports, proceed to the old city built high on a rocky promontory that offers a panoramic view over the new city and its skyscrapers. This tiny principality has been under the rule of the Grimaldi family for most of the period since 1297. Proceed to the top of the Old City by escalators and elevators. On the hill, a guided walking tour through the narrow streets takes you past the Oceanographic Museum, the Cathedral containing the tomb of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier III, and the exterior of the Prince's Palace (no inside visits). If lucky, you may get to see the changing of the guard in front of the Prince's residence. Also enjoy some time to stroll around on your own before returning to the yacht.
Duration: 3 hours

Monte Carlo – Aerial views of Cote d’Azur and Monte Carlo: This truly exciting outing includes a breathtaking view of the French Riviera from the air and offers you the opportunity to fully explore Monte Carlo. After a short transfer from the yacht to the helicopter pad, experience a spectacular 20-minute flight over the glorious Cote d'Azur. While airborne, gain an appreciation of the sheer majesty of the Maritime Alps, the Rock of Monaco, and the Cathedral where Prince Rainier III married American film star, Grace Kelly. Your helicopter then flies at a lower altitude so you can admire the Principality of Monaco at the foot of the mountains, including the casino and beaches. The flight continues over the village of Roquebrune-Cap Martin, Menton, and La Turbie. As you follow the coastline see Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, the hill village of Eze, and the tiny seaport of Villefranche.
Duration: 1 hour

Day 5 St. Tropez, France

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
St. Tropez, located on the French Riviera, quite simply may be the most famous resort town in Europe. It is a playground for the fashion models, athletes, movie stars, entertainers, and other extremely wealthy summertime guests. There’s much to offer in this charming town, including shopping, nightlife, and exceptional beach clubs. Nearby you can explore some of the hill towns and visit the award-winning rose wineries. You can also explore neighboring Grimaud and Port Grimaud or just a little further out golf at a few highly-rated courses. 

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St. Tropez – A Taste of Provence: Gassin Exploration & Wine Tasting: Enjoy a taste of life in Provence with this delightful half-day adventure to the village of Gassin and wine tasting at the cellars of Bertaud Belieu. Marvel at the sun-washed scenery of mountains and vineyards as you travel to Gassin via air-conditioned motor coach. With its narrow, winding streets and shuttered, pastel-hued buildings, the quaint village reveals typical, Provencal character. Discover what makes Gassin stand quite literally apart from other French towns. Re-board your motor coach for the short drive to the family-run winery of Bertaud Belieu. Enjoy the opportunity to savor their wines, along with other varieties from this premier wine-making region, during an informative wine tasting. Afterwards return to your yacht.
Duration: 4 hours

St. Tropez – Just Beyond St. Tropez, The Villages of Grimaud & Port Grimaud: There is more to explore than the small village of St. Tropez and you may want to consider this lovely half-day outing to discover the region beyond this resort town. Only a few short miles away from Saint Tropez, you can experience the contrast of a modern resort development along with the charm of a weathered hilltop village. First, proceed to Port Grimaud harbor, a village with a unique charm designed by the famous architect Francois Spoerry. Your next destination takes you on a pleasant countryside drive to Grimaud village, a "perched" village. After a short uphill walk, explore its quaint and rustic appearance as you stroll towards the center of the village along one of the lanes leading to the remarkable monumental fountain. Enjoy a brief exploration through the winding alleyways enlivened by the many local craftsmen. After this visit, return to the summer bustle on the coast in St. Tropez with plenty of time to explore this chic village on your own.
Duration: 3.5 hours

St. Tropez – St. Tropez by Foot: The guide awaits you on the pier to show you around the village of Saint Tropez. The sightseeing discovery starts with a nice walk along the pier, passing by the most famous café “Senequier” and arriving to the very tiny bay from where visitors can enjoy the view. After this first stop, continue to the heart of St. Tropez with the square of the Town Hall representing the Republic and the French Revolution in 1789. Then continue to the church of St. Tropez, named after the martyr “Saint Tropez”. Visit the church and listen to the story of the legend of the town. Stroll through the by-streets and narrow streets, and see the small authentic squares where most have an elm tree, the symbol of freedom. After the effort of walking uphill, reach the top of the village to enjoy breathtaking views. At the end of the guided walking discovery, choose between a casual walk back to the tender pier or remain in the downtown area for some independent investigation.
Duration: 2 hours

Day 6 Cannes, France

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Cannes, once a small fishing village, is now one of the best-known cities of the French Riviera, a busy tourist destination, and host of the annual Cannes Film Festival. It is a Commune of France in the Alpes-Maritimes department. The city is also famous for its various luxury shops, restaurants, and hotels. During the festival in May, visitors see actors, celebrities, and directors up close and in person on the famous steps of the Palais des Festivals at the end of La Croisette.

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Cannes-Grasse – On the Perfume Trail: If you have ever dreamed of the day you would find your own personal fragrance, the one which distinguishes you from all the others, your day has arrived! Leave the shores of the Mediterranean in Cannes through the French countryside and arrive in Grasse, the foothills of the Maritime Alps. Grasse, the birthplace of the French perfume industry where the great houses were born in the 18th and 19th centuries, still enjoys international reputation. The oldest of these, Galimard Perfumery, was established in 1747. The system's uniqueness makes it a trend setter for the personalization and customization of fragrances in the perfume and beauty industry. Create at your own pace, as you discover and travel through the base, heart, and top notes of your personal fragrance. During your journey, learn about how a perfume is created and the classifications of the various families of scents and their components. Your creation is presented in a perfume bottle with the name you have chosen for it. The unique fragrance is preserved in the factory's database and may be re-ordered upon request. Bath foam and moisturizing body cream in your fragrance can also be purchased. Upon leaving you are presented with a diploma of Eleve Parfumeur. This exclusive workshop is followed by a guided tour of Galimard's perfume museum and factory, which depicts the age-old process of perfume creation that has been handed down from generation to generation, before returning to your yacht anchored at Cannes.
Duration: 4 hours

Cannes – Antibes & Absinthe: Departing Cannes, drive along the seaside coast to Antibes. Start your visit by the historic part of the city which is a maze of small, flower-bedecked streets with Roman and medieval sections. Your next stop is just nearby the market, in a 9th-century vaulted cellar, with a Roman well. This shop sells olive oil and other local specialties. There taste some regional delicacies such as the tapenade accompanied by a glass of the famous “absinthe”, the favorite beverage of many French artists in the 19th century.
Duration: 4 hours

Cannes – St. Paul de Vence & Wine Tasting: A drive along the highway leading to St. Paul provides a nice view over the bay of Cannes. Your skilled guide brings you to the old doors in the Old Town of St. Paul and then forward to “La Petite Cave de Saint Paul”. It is truly an exceptional experience that awaits you. Today in its wholeness, it is classified as part of France's national heritage. Strolling in St. Paul is a delight for the eyes, as many craftsman shops display their colorful unique collections side by side with art galleries. St. Paul stands as a shrine for lovers of modern art, sculptures can be admired in the streets, and uphill from the bus parking lot lays the world famous Maeght Foundation. This is also where Chagall was buried “somewhere between the sea and the skies”. After enjoying free time, a short walk brings you where your bus waits and you start your drive back to Cannes.
Duration: 5 hours

Day 7 Cassis, France

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Cassis is a small port situated east of Marseille in the administrative department of the Bouches-du-Rhone in the Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur region. It is a very popular tourist destination and is famous for its steep cliffs and the sheltered limestone inlets called calanques.
Optional Activities:
Cassis – Aix En Provence: A short walk from the tender landing stage to the bus parking area (10-minute walk) and then a beautiful drive through bucolic scenery takes you to the charming old town of Aix. Many villages, but few towns, are as well preserved as this elegant, traditional capital of Provence. Stroll with your guide on a walking tour through the narrow cobblestone lanes as you make your way to the celebrated Cours Mirableau Avenue. Flanked with intertwining plane trees, it is the town's nerve center and divides Vieux Aix in two, with the medieval streets to the north and the sophisticated, haughty 18th-century mansions to the south. The Cathedrale Saint Sauveur is another highlight with its remarkable 15th-century triptych by Nicolas Froment. After the guided portion of the tour, enjoy some free time to explore the lovely environs of cafes and boutiques before returning to Cassis.
Duration: 4.5 hours
Cassis – Hiltop Village of Castellet & Wine tasting: Departing from Cassis, visit the absolutely charming Castellet, a typical Provencal hilltop village. Perched on a wooded hill above the vineyards, this remakable stronghold was formerly owned by the Lords of les Baux. Entering by two fortified gates, “Le Portail” and "Le Portalet”, start the visit walking around the narrow streets up to the Castle. See the St. Sauveur Church with its proud windows before joining the “Trou de Madame” from where you can enjoy an attractive view inland towards St Baume. Have some time to explore the arts and craft workshops –painting, pottery, hollow-ware and lovely small stores selling soaps and fragrances. Then visit a famous vineyard and taste a local wine at Domaine de Souviou, a very beautiful Provencal bastide, with its adjacent chapel surrounded by 32 hectares of vineyards producing some very fine wine, and 2500 olive trees producing a rare olive oil. The wine tasting includes red, white and rosé wines.
Duration: 4 hours

Day 8 Mahon, Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Mahón is the capital of the Balearic Island of Menorca. The arrival by sea is really incredible as the Captain enters via a fjord-like inlet and then turns the yacht around and docks in the heart of the city. The capital has an interesting mix of old and new architectural styles.
Optional Activities:  
Mahon, Menorca, Balearic Islands – Mahon Musts (Monte Toro, Binisues & Fornells): Visit the small whitewashed fishing village of Fornells and then Monte Toro, the highest point of the island with panoramic views across Menorca. See how the prosperous families used to live in the country house of Binisues and sample some local pastries and drinks. The island of Menorca offers some of the most beautiful scenery in Spain - a series of lush, fertile, and hilly vistas. Heading out of Mahon, take the north coast road to Fornells. An important bay in olden days for ships to shelter from the strong north winds, the bay is now a pleasure ground for water sports which include windsurfing, kayaking, and sailing. Then sit back and enjoy the view as you wind your way up the Monte Toro, Menorca's highest mountain. Looking back down on Fornells Bay from the viewing points you can appreciate the size and beauty of the bay and surrounding countryside. The next stop is at the stately Binisues country house situated in the area of Ferreries, called "Pla Verd" or the "green flatland". It belongs to a prosperous Menorcan family and remains a working farm but also houses a very unique museum. The items in the museum show you how the rich Menorcan families used to live and has a large collection of farm tools, equipment, and general household utensils. After the visit try some typical Menorcan snacks (tapas) together with wine or Pomada (Menorcan Gin with lemonade) before returning to the Port of Mahon.
Duration: 3.5 hours
Mahon, Menorca, Balearic Islands – Biking Menorca: The sport of mountain bike/cycling is growing in popularity and the island has an extensive network of unpaved paths, paved roads, and country lanes which have very little traffic. Many of the paths follow ancient routes across the island, which pass the standing stones and settlements erected during the Bronze Age. Some trails follow unpaved country lanes between the lovely stone walls which form an integral part of the beautiful Menorcan landscape. Cycle routes are clearly signposted and offer access to remote parts of the island which vehicles cannot access. With rolling hills, quiet roads, and many kilometers of unpaved trails, Menorca cycling is one of the best ways to explore the hidden parts of this unspoiled island. Today these ancient walkways are bordered with dry stone walls beside pretty small fields and pastures which in spring and early summer are covered in wildflowers. Many of the trails are unpaved but with a hybrid or mountain bike, the trails are easily within the abilities of most cyclists. There are more than three thousand kilometers that are practicable with mountain bikes – these unpaved paths offer challenges for all levels of experience and technical expertise but with many short steep climbs and drops they are not for the fainthearted.
Duration: 3.5 hours

Day 9 Palma de Mallorca, Spain

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Although the City of Palma is the commercial and cultural center of Majorca, the depth of history, culture and nightlife here often takes visitors by surprise.
Optional Activities:  
Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands – Wonderful Villages of Valldemossa and Soller: Visit Valldemossa, one of the most beautiful and traditional villages on the island, which is nestled in a valley within the northern mountain range, a short distance from Palma. From the port, head towards La Cartuja, an ancient monastery that was originally built as a royal hunting lodge and was later inhabited by Carthusian monks. Other interesting sites are a small chapel, a Middle Age pharmacy, and the monk's library. The King Sancho's Palace also is visited. Enjoy a 10-minute piano concert before free time for shopping and exploration in Valldemossa on your own. Lunch is served in a restaurant before continuing on to Soller. One of the main attractions in Soller is the church, which was built in 1912 by architect Juan Rubio I Bellver, a pupil of the famed Antoni Gaudi. Your return journey to Palma is in the electric Soller Train. This is a very scenic, one-hour ride in an old-fashioned electric train which still uses wooden cars. The ride takes you through 13 tunnels over a distance of approximately 17 miles, traveling amidst some breathtaking landscapes.
Duration: 7 hours
Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands – Palma Highlights:  This Land Adventure introduces you to two of the most impressive monuments in the city - Bellver Castle and the "La Seu", the remarkable cathedral. Start at the Bellver Castle, from where a superb view of the Bay of Palma can be enjoyed due to its privileged location. Built in a circular shape with rounded towers, it had both defensive and residential functions. An interior visit of the castle introduces you to its various rooms inhabited by silent witnesses of its past. Next visit another emblematic monument of La Seu. Like many cathedrals in the Christian world, "La Seu” was built on the site of a pre-existing Arab mosque. Begun in 1229, it was not completed in its present form until 1601. Be stunned by the interior where the nave is almost 150 feet high. During a restoration in the early 1900s, the famous Catalan architect Antonio Gaudi was briefly involved and imprinted some features of his unique style on the interior before abandoning his work after an argument with the contractor. Walk through the small Treasure Museum, which displays ancient manuscripts, paintings, and religious items. Finally enjoy some free time to stroll in the old city before returning to the yacht. 
Duration: 4 hours

Day 10 Barcelona, Spain | Disembark

  • 1 Breakfast
Barcelona, a UNESCO city, is the second largest in Spain. It is the 12th most visited city in the world and 4th most visited in Europe. Especially remarkable is the work of architect Antoni Gaudi, which can be seen throughout the city. His best-known work is the immense but still unfinished church of the Sagrada Familia, which has been under construction since 1882, and is still financed by private donations.

Optional Activities: 

Barcelona – Gaudi’s Barcelona – Architectural Revolution: The symbol of Barcelona must surely be the incredible Sagrada Familia Basilica designed by the local revolutionary architect, Antoni Gaudi. Gaudi is probably the most famous modernist architect in the world. This tour visits the interiors of both the Sagrada Familia and the Guell Park, Gaudi's greatest works. Start with a viewing of two of Gaudi's buildings, the Casa Mila and the Casa Batllo, which have both been declared World Heritage sites by UNESCO. Then pay a visit to Guell Park, the dream of the businessman Eusebi Guell and his revolutionary architect, Gaudi. Despite the wild appearance of the park, everything in it was planned: the access, the market, the main square, the drainage, the reveries, the roads and paths, the staircases, the benches, etc. The Sagrada Familia Basilica is probably one of the world's most unique structures. Prepare yourself to be impressed with its sheer scale. Still uncompleted, work began in 1882 under the direction of Francesco de Paula Villar, who intended to give the work a Neo-Gothic style, in fashion at that time. The temple has 3 facades, one for the Birth which was built in 1891, the second is the Passion with the Door of Faith, and the third one (not yet built) evokes the Glory of God. When completed to Gaudi's design, the masterpiece will have 18 towers more than 100 meters high. The group of architects that is now working on the project (which is still a private foundation) dream of finishing the work by 2026, the 100th anniversary of Gaudi's death.
Duration: 4 hours

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