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Ancient Treasures of the Mediterranean

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Explore the ancient treasures of the Mediterranean on this unforgettable 13-day cruise. Board your luxurious ship, Le Bellot, in beautiful Valletta, capital of Malta, before setting off on your journey. Visit highlights of Greece in Itea, Nafplion, and Rhodes. Explore ruins linked to famous legends in Delos, Heraklion, and Pylos. Discover more of the history of the ancient world in Turkey, with exploration in the port cities of Fethiye, home to storied ruins and temples, and Antalya, a beautiful port city with a rich history and host to spectacular archaeological sites and museums. Stop in Syracuse and wander the ancient streets of this legendarily beautiful city under the shadow of Mt. Etna before returning to Valletta. 
Explore Malta's capitalMount Etna looms over an ancient townVisit charming SicilyExplore ancient Greek ruins on the island of DelosColorful local boats in GreeceRugs of TurkeyOld marina of Antalya.The famous windmills of Mykonos
Highlights
  • Wander the beautiful Maltese capital city of Valletta
  • Marvel at the engineering of the Corinth Canal
  • Explore legendary ruins on the Greek island of Delos
  • Visit the history-rich port city of Antalya, Turkey
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Day 1: Valletta, Malta | Embark

The whole of the Maltese capital Valletta is UNESCO World Heritage-listed and occupies a peninsula in the northeast of the island. From the fountain of Tritons to Saint-Elme fort, there are as many majestic streets as there are narrow staircase vennels to explore. The painted loggia and carved corbels on the tall houses will accompany you in your explorations, and you’ll rarely be bothered by traffic. Visit the Grandmaster's palace decorated with coats of arms and frescoes. Saint John’s cathedral and the ramparts which have guarded the city since the 16th century are also among the most emblematic sites of the city. Arranged in terraces, the Barrakka Gardens will punctuate your promenade with a green and floral experience. Spend your day exploring this gorgeous city before boarding your ship and embarking on your journey. 

Day 2: At Sea

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During your day at sea, make the most of the many services and activities on board. Treat yourself to a moment of relaxation in the spa or stay in shape in the fitness centre. Depending on the season, let yourself be tempted by the swimming pool or a spot of sunbathing. This day without a port of call will also be an opportunity to enjoy the conferences or shows proposed on board, to do some shopping in the boutique or to meet the onboard photographers in their dedicated space. As for lovers of the open sea, they will be able to visit the ship’s upper deck to admire the spectacle of the waves and perhaps be lucky enough to observe marine species. Enjoy this enchanted interlude, combining comfort, rest and entertainment.

Day 3: Itea, Greece

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Tucked away in the Gulf of Corinth, this little port is situated in continental Greece, northwest of Athens. Take an easy stroll along the old cobblestone quays, while gazing at the summits encircling the Bay of Itea. 

Today you may choose to join an optional excursion:

From the pier, board your coach for a 30-minute picturesque drive through olive groves before reaching the Archaeological Site. Once arriving, walk the Sacred Way that was followed by ancient pilgrims and visitors to the site. The path begins at the southeast corner of the site and winds its way up the hillside, past ancient treasuries and monuments, to the temple of Apollo, an imposing temple of the Doric order. Continue your walk and pass the spare ruins of the Senate of Delphi, followed by a pile of rocks marking the site of the early Delphi Oracle, which according to legend was guarded by the snake Python. 
A few steps from the sanctuary of Apollo, the Delphi museum showcases the objects found at the archaeological site, including vases, bronzes, sculptures found in temples, offerings made to Apollo by the pilgrims, and objects of gold and ivory.
At the end of your visit, join your coach and enjoy magnificent views over the Bay of Itea before reaching the charming town of Delphi.
Once arriving, you will enjoy free time to browse the shops before your return to Itea.

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From the pier, embark your coach for the one-hour drive to the Saint Lucas Monastery. On the way, pass by Delphi and Arachova villages.
The historic walled monastery is one of the most important monuments of Middle Byzantine architecture and art and is listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites in Greece. It was founded in the early 10th century by the hermit Saint Lucas, whose relics are kept in the monastery. The main shrine is the tomb of Saint Lucas, originally situated in the vault, but later placed at the juncture of the two churches, the church of Theotokos and the Catholic Church which is the oldest in the complex.
Continue your journey with the visit to Arachova, a small mountain village with quaint houses built upon the north slopes of Mount Parnassos. In 2000 BCE Homer mentioned in the Iliad two famous generals who took part in the Trojan War, and who were from two smaller villages that once existed where Arachova stands today.  Today the "jewel of Parnassos," Arachova remains vital because its hospitable residents keep its natural beauty and traditional ways of life alive: today the town is famous for its hand-woven carpets and blankets, and for its wines and cheeses.
After a short walking tour and time to browse through the narrow streets with the numerous souvenir and local product shops, return to the ship.

Day 4: Crossing the Corinth Canal

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The Corinth Canal cuts through the Isthmus of Corinth, turning the Peloponnese into an island as it separates the region from the Greek mainland. Inaugurated in 1893, the canal is a little over six kilometers long and enables merchant vessels and passengers to avoid a long 400-km detour around the peninsula. The two sides of the canal reach a height of approximately fifty meters. From the exterior decks, don’t miss this unique opportunity to watch the ship as it navigates along the narrow strip of water encased between tall, ochre cliffs. 

Day 5: Nafplion, Greece

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The engaging town of Nafplion is staggered up green hillsides of the Argolic Gulf, to the east of the Peloponnese. It's home to an extremely varied cultural heritage. Some of the must-visit sites include the ancient agora on the plateau of Akronafplia, Italianate arcades in Syntagma square, and the baroque fortress of Palamidi on a hillside of the same name. At the top of the hill, views of the gulf and the surrounding mountains are simply awesome. If you want to chill out by the water’s edge, walk along the Arvanitia promenade to a beautiful creek in the shade of cedars and cypresses.

In Napflion, you have the opportunity to join an optional excursion. From the pier, board your coach for a 45-minute drive to Epidaurus, a town known for its ancient theater. Considered one of the most important sanctuaries in the ancient world, Epidaurus was dedicated to the god of Medicine, Asklepios. The world-famous Theater of Epidaurus, built in the 4th century BCE, is a marvel of harmony and acoustics and the best-preserved ancient theater in Greece. Built of limestone, it can welcome 12,000 spectators. Next, re-board your coach for a drive to the archaeological site of Mycenae, where the first in-depth excavations were carried out in 1876 by the German archaeologist Schliemann, who was obsessed with finding the grave of King Agamemnon. His diligent work exposed the famous Lions Gate, the entrance to the city which contains the shaft burial graves of some ancient nobles. A short distance away is the Beehive Tomb, so-called due to its unusual shape.
Finally, board your coach for the 30-minute drive to Nafplion.

Day 6: Delos, Greece | Mykonos, Greece

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The legendary Cyclades island of Delos stands just a few miles southwest of Mykonos. More than half the island is occupied by a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which encompasses the Terrace of the Lions, the Stoa of Antigonos, multiple holy sites, a preserved theater, and so much more, all set against expansive views of the glittering blue Aegean sea. 

On the island of Delos, you'll have the opportunity to join an optional excursion. Your tour will start directly from the pier: follow your guide and discover one of the best-preserved archaeological sites in Greece. Both the oldest and the largest open-air site in Europe, this site has many houses, temples, and sacred shrines. Emerging from a burned grass carpet, the ruins are spread out below Mount Kynthos. At the top of this small hill, find the Sanctuary of Zeus and Athena Cynthiens, dating from the 3rd century BCE. Overlooking the area, as on the hillside, you can see a range of cultural institutions dedicated to divinities. Frozen by 2,000 years of abandonment, the city ruins draw an impressive maze of white stone. Reach the sanctuary of Apollo, where you can admire the temples dedicated to the god, with altars, votive offerings, and other buildings. Next, visit the Terrace of the Lions, with its famous marble lions that dominated and protected the town. Continue to the Theater District, the most luxurious district of the ancient city, there the mansions are known as the home “of Dionysus”, “of Cleopatra” and “of Dioscuri.” See the different mosaics that adorned the floors of Hellenistic houses, and the streets, the houses, the workshops, and the shops that made Delos a bustling city.

This afternoon, visit Mykonos. Nicknamed “little Venice,” the island is famous for its Alefkandra district where houses are built right on the water’s edge. Their multi-colored loggias are emblematic of this Cyclades island, as are the pelicans and windmills. In the cobbled streets of the pedestrian center, bougainvillea bedecks immaculate facades. As you weave in and out of the little streets, snatches of coastline will undoubtedly call you to the island’s beaches, the quietest of which can be found on the northern coast.

Here, you have the opportunity to join an optional excursion. From the pier, follow your guide and begin your walking tour through the narrow streets of Mykonos town.
Your first stop will be in front of Paraportiani Church, which dates back to the 15th century. This unique church is in fact an asymmetrical conglomeration of 4 churches and mixes 4 different architectural styles: Byzantine, vernacular, traditional and western style. It is the most important element of the “Kastro” or the castle area, the oldest part of the town. Continue towards Little Venice to discover the old houses situated on the edge of the sea.
After, return to your ship.
 

Day 7: Fethiye, Turkey

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In the southwest of Turkey, Fethiye is a small seaside paradise nestled along the Turquoise Coast. Its natural harbor is one of the most beautiful in the region, revealing a magnificent bay dotted with small islands, while the hinterland exposes the Taurus mountain chain, stretching on to Asia. At the end of the bay, a pleasant atmosphere pervades the narrow streets, small shops, and street stalls in the old town. The history of Fethiye can be discovered through the ruins of the ancient city of Telmessos, including the ancient amphitheater and the Lycian tombs sculpted into the cliff face. Among these is the Tomb of Amyntas, dating back to the 4th century BCE. The ruins make a magnificent scenic lookout, offering panoramic views of the bay below. The town is also the gateway to the exceptional Xanthos-Letoon site, a sanctuary of the goddess Leto, mother of the gods Artemis and Apollo. The vestiges of the three Lycian temples where the gods were worshipped for eight centuries are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Today, you may choose to join an optional excursion:

The story of the city of Xanthos is a tragic one. It was once the capital of Lydia, and the richest and most powerful of the Lydian cities, but in the 6th century BCE, the Lydian Empire was at war with the Persian Empire. Rather than fighting to the death and watching their city and its resources be overtaken by the Persians, the warriors of Xanthos destroyed their own city in 545 BCE. The families that survived this mass suicide rebuilt the town together with other immigrants. In the 5th century BCE, the city was again ravaged by a great fire of unknown cause.
Unsurprisingly for a city of such a history, Xanthos is known for its monumental tombs. According to the Lycian faith, the lid of the tomb is shaped as an overturned boat, for “Life is like a boat flowing down the river, and with death, the boat sinks.” Two tombs that tower above the upper seats of the theatre and an inscribed obelisk have become the trademarks of the site.
After Xanthos, visit Letoon. Partly submerged by a rising water table, the site’s principal features are the foundations of three great temples that once stood here, dedicated to Leto and her children Apollo and Artemis. After admiring the faded glory of these once massive structures, continue your visit to a Hellenistic stoa and the well-preserved theatre standing timelessly amidst local farmland.

Day 8: Antalya, Turkey

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On the Turkish Mediterranean coast, discover the seaside resort of Antalya. While the city sports magnificent fine sandy beaches, it is also known for its significant historical heritage. Many vestiges bear witness to the importance of this former Roman port, such as Hadrian's Gate, built in the year 130 in honor of the visiting emperor. In the old town, it is possible to admire magnificent Ottoman houses with flowery gardens, as well as the broken minaret, built on the ruins of a former Byzantine church. The city’s surroundings also provide an opportunity to discover major archaeological sites, such as that of the ancient city of Aspendos, renowned for its impressive Roman theatre.

Today you may choose to join an optional excursion:

From the pier, board your coach for a 45-minute to reach Perge. This ancient city, now in ruins, dates back to around 1000 BCE. Perge was the principal town of Pamphylia during the time of Alexander the Great. Settled by Greek colonists looking for respite from the brutal Trojan War, Perge prospered for many years under Alexander and later under the Roman Empire, but began to decline in importance under the Byzantines. Significant remnants from Perge’s long history include a 14,000 person theatre, huge Hellenistic and Roman gates, and a beautiful and impressive colonnaded street. After exploring the remains of Perge, travel through the Anatolian countryside to Aspendos, which contains ruins from Roman times. Aspendos is home to one of the finest theaters in the region, built of such quality that upon seeing it Ataturk, founder of the Turkish Republic, remarked that it must be used rather than converted into a museum. He got his wish.
Lunch will be served in a local restaurant close to Aspendos's site.
Your excursion continues with a guided tour of Antalya’s splendid Archaeological Museum. Feast your eyes on an amazing variety of impressive artifacts, including pottery, coins, mosaics, sculptures, clothing, sarcophagi, and relics found in the once-inhabited nearby caves. Admire displays of Classical art, including magnificent statues of the Greek gods and famous emperors.
Finally, return to the pier and your ship.

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From the pier, board your coach to the Antalya Archaeological Museum. This museum contains an amazing variety of collections including pottery, coins, mosaics, sculptures, clothing, sarcophagi, and artifacts found in the once-inhabited caves of coastal Turkey. The Hall of Emperors is one of the museum’s most impressive wings. Here the displays of classical art are magnificent, including statues of the Greek gods, the Emperors Hadrian and Septimus Severus, and their mistresses.
Next, enjoy a walking tour of Antalya. Start from the Yivli Minare, or “Fluted Minaret”, which has become the symbol of the city, and which is part of a 13th century Seljuk medrese and mosque complex. Proceed to the charming old city, called the Kaleici which means “Inside the Castle.” Wander in its ancient, narrow cobbled streets lined with old Ottoman houses and shady stone courtyards.The walls you see surrounding Antalya were built in the Hellenistic period, but enlarged and restored by the Romans and the Byzantines, attesting to Antalya’s long history.
Walk on to the massive and impressive Hadrian’s Gate, which was built to commemorate Emperor Hadrian’s visit to the city in 130 CE. Made of marble and originally two stories high, the gate is flanked by three arched entranceways, separated by piers with Corinthian columns.
A little further on, approach the Kesik Minare, or “Truncated Minaret”, a genuine work of art. Originally a Roman temple, this structure changed with the times becoming a Byzantine church in the 5th century AD and was converted into a mosque in the 13th.
Your tour of the city of Antalya ends at the Hidirilik Kulesi, a 2nd century CE round tower marking the burial place of a local dignitary.
 

Day 9: Rhodes, Greece

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With its particularly agreeable climate, the island of Rhodes invites you to walk its pathways and discover its immaculate villages and sumptuous medieval city, a UNESCO World Heritage site. At the center of the island the mountains are covered in forests, and on the western slopes find vineyards and crops. Rhodes also owes much of its charm and its character to the Knights of St John who reigned over the island from 1310 CE to 1522 CE, and built impressive defensive walls punctuated with majestic gateways. Do not miss this delightful island with its peaceful beaches and its large walkways, perpetuating the myth of the famous Colossus, the legendary statue that is one of the original Seven Wonders of the World.

Today you may choose to join an optional excursion: 

From the ship, discover the Knights City on a guided walking tour. Follow your guide through the cobbled streets to the impressive Palace of the Grand Masters of the Order of Hospitallers, which dates from the 14th century and contains Greek and Roman mosaics originating from the island of Kos. After visiting the palace, walk along the famous Avenue of the Knights lined with the old Knights’ inns from the Order’s various nationalities. It is unusually straight for a medieval street, and its somber buildings present a majestic and forbidding face to the world, with their 15th-century Gothic walls and arcades worn smooth over the centuries. Retracing an ancient route, the straight line of this street cuts through the maze of winding alleyways surrounding it.
After your guided tour, you can return directly to your ship with your guide or wander around the streets and shops at your leisure. 

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From the pier, board your coach for the one-hour drive to Lindos. The scenic drive will take you through small villages with their white-washed houses scattered amongst orchards and olive groves. 
Built between the 7th and 6th century BCE, the Lindos Acropolis is a sprawling complex of structures from various historic periods, perched dramatically above the town. A place of worship from the Mycenaean age, it was enlarged in the Hellenistic period before the Knights of the Order of Hospitallers established a fortress here, a role it retained until the Ottoman era. As in ancient times, access is via a rough-hewn path with many stairs. The first medieval gate, with steps down to the Knights’ building, is cut into the rock face. To one side, observe an antic relief of a warship’s stern, sculpted into the same rock.
The acropolis’s most sacred building is the Athena Lindia sanctuary, sited on the highest terrace, offers panoramic views. 
At the end of your visit, you will have some free time to stroll the streets of the lower city before boarding your coach to reach Rhodes where a typical Greek lunch will be served.
After lunch, discover the old city of Rhodes and visit the most imposing building of medieval Rhodes: the Palace of the Grand Masters. Built-in the 14th century, it contains priceless mosaics from Kos island.
At the end of the walking tour, you may choose to stroll the colorful shopping streets and return to the ship on foot or join your coach and return directly to the ship.

Day 10: Heraklion, Crete, Greece

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Heraklion, the capital of Crete, is the island’s most populous city. The hustle and bustle of this seaport is an integral part of its charm. It is built on a hillside overlooking the port and is encircled by impressive Venetian walls. From the top of these, you will be able to enjoy one of the most beautiful views of the city. The old town is teeming with small shops, squares, cafés, and vibrant architectural evidence of the city’s long history. The Palace of Knossos illustrates the wealth and power of its legendary sovereign, King Minos. The archaeological museum houses one of the largest collections of Minoan artifacts and is worth a visit.

Today you may choose to join an optional excursion:

From the pier, board your coach and drive across Crete toward the Libyan Sea to Phaestos.
One of the most important centers of the Minoan civilization, Phaestos was the wealthiest and most powerful city in Southern Crete. It was inhabited from the Neolithic Age until the development of the Minoan palaces in the 15th century BCE. Upon arrival, proceed on a visit of the Phaestos Palace and commence your guided walking tour. The Phaestos Palace’s superb architectural design and near-perfect construction are one of the finest and most typical of all Minoan palaces. The ruins of the Old and New Palaces are both preserved; the Old Palace is protected under a shed, with some remains dating back to Neolithic times. The New Palace consists of a central peristyle court flanked by storerooms and shrines on the west side, the royal quarters on the north, and the workshops on the east. The West Propylon, the palace’s monumental entrance, is the most impressive known structure of its kind. The artifacts from the palace are now exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Heraklion.
Following your guided tour, depart the archaeological site of Phaestos for the drive back to the pier.

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From the pier, board your coach for the 30-minute drive to Knossos.
Crete’s fertile soil and towering peaks witnessed the development of one of the earliest recorded civilizations on earth: the Minoan. Knossos is home to the most important of the Minoan palaces, was the capital of Crete during the Minoan period, and is the most famous Cretan site since its discovery in 1878. It was the court of the legendary King Minos, whose wife Pasiphae gave birth to the Minotaur, half-bull, half-man. The excavations on the site were begun in 1893 by the team of English archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans, and lasted 35 years.
During this tour, discover the Great Palace through the West Court, where one can easily understand why the legend of the labyrinth began here. See the Royal Quarters’ throne room with its antechamber and main throne, as well as the Queen’s Quarters, whose wall above the entrance door is decorated with a copy of the famous dolphin frescos. Your guide will also share the Minotaur legend.
Continue your journey with a visit to the Archaeological Museum in Heraklion. The museum houses archaeological finds from all over Crete, covering over 5,500 years of the island's history. With its twenty halls, the museum presents the finds from the Minoan era, including the frescoes from the Royal Palace of Knossos.
After your visit to the museum, board your coach and join your ship after a 15-minute drive.

Day 11: Pylos

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The picturesque port of Pylos is located in the southwest of the Peloponnese. Backed against the lush green hills of Messenia, it looks out onto the Navarino Bay. Admire the gorgeous view as you walk uptown amid pink oleanders that cascade over the jetty. A stone’s throw away, the historical center’s winding streets plunge into a maze of houses with whitewashed facades and terra cotta roof tiles. On the main beach, relax in the shade of the age-old plane trees and taste the delicious local biscuits made of sesame and honey.

Today, you may choose to join an optional excursion:

From the pier, board your coach for a 40-minute drive through the verdant landscape of western Peloponnese to tour the ruins of King Nestor's Palace.
After your visit to Nestor's Palace, proceed to Methoni village, which has been identified as the city Homer mentions under the name "Ampeloessa" as one of the seven cities that Agamemnon offered to Achilles to subdue his rage. Along with the rest of Messenia, the town gained its independence from the Spartans in 369 BCE. During the 4th century BCE, Methoni was elaborately fortified and continued to remain autonomous well into the Imperial Roman era, when it enjoyed the favor of some emperors. During the Byzantine years, it remained a remarkable harbor and one of the most important cities of the Peloponnese.
Today the walls of the fortress, even though in ruins, continue to be impressive. The castle of Methoni occupies the whole area of the cape and spreads toward the southwestern coast, to the small islet that has been fortified with an octagonal tower. The castle is protected by the sea on its three sides, and a deep moat separates the castle from the land. 
Following your guided tour, board your coach and join your ship, a 30-minute drive.

Day 12: Syracuse, Sicily

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Its undulating rocky coastline, the endless sandy beaches, the towering form of Mount Etna, the flowery gardens on the hillside... Sicily lays out its varied landscapes like a shopkeeper displays his wares. Described by Cicero as “the most beautiful city in the world,” Syracuse was one of the most prestigious cities in Sicily and at her height was even a rival for Athens. A central city of Ancient Greece, it was home to a succession of civilizations, each of which has left its mark. The blend of Arabic, Roman, Norman, Byzantine and Spanish cultures makes Syracuse a town that is extraordinarily rich in cultures, fragrances, colors, and flavors.

Today you may choose you join an optional excursion:

Depart by coach from the port through the countryside, passing through villages and almond groves as you make your way to Noto, the second largest town in Syracuse province and the best example of Sicilian Baroque architecture on the island. Tour the Public Gardens, and admire the stone busts of the artists who contributed to Noto’s urban culture and style. In town, see the 18th century Cathedral (currently under restoration), the Churches of St. Domenico and of St. Charles, the Ducezio Palace, and Villadorata Palace.
Noto has been declared a Heritage site by UNESCO, which also provides financial support for the reconstruction of monuments destroyed during the 1990 earthquake.
Enjoy some free time to browse around before commencing the return drive to Syracuse.

 

Day 13: Valletta, Malta | Disembark

Return to Valletta. Your cruise concludes after breakfast. Disembark to continue your independent travels or begin your journey home. 

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