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Mauritius - Hotel Stay
Sugar-white sand, enchanting lagoons and colourful reefs make every photograph taken in Mauritius look postcard-perfect. The island, ringed by coral and dotted with mountains, is brimming with things to see and do. Take a boat excursion to spot whales and dolphins, hike the Black River Gorges National Park or simply laze on the beach alongside the ocean.
Port Louis (Mauritius) - Embark Costa Victoria
Following its recent makeover, the Costa Victoria is full of charm and stunning design elements including the glass Emilio Tadini mosaics. There are elegant areas for fun and relaxation, from the Grand Bar and Casino to the Spa, and new drinks and gourmet areas, including the Aperol Spritz Bar, the Gourmet Burger, the Pizzeria Pummid'oro and the Tapas and Paella Restaurant.
Port Louis (Mauritius)
You’ll have another night to explore the capital of Mauritius, Port Louis. If you can tear yourself away from the island’s glorious beaches, head to the modern Le Caudan Waterfront for a great selection of shops, buzzing restaurants, live street entertainment, a museum and a craft market.
By day, you can relax by one of the three lovely pools, or enjoy an invigorating soak in one of the four whirlpools. As evening falls, you’ll find lavish stage shows in the sumptuous two-tiered Festival Theatre as well as live music, comedy and game shows in the various bars and lounges.
An archipelago of over a hundred picturesque islands in the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles are a true tropical paradise. Home to white-sand beaches kissed by clear waters that are filled with colourful coral and exotic marine life, it’s a fantastic destination to go diving and snorkelling.
The Seychelles is a haven for an incredible array of wildlife and almost half of its land mass is set aside for national parks and reserves. From the largest seed in the world, the fabulous Coco-de-mer, to the heaviest land tortoise, you won’t find such unique and rare species of flora and fauna anywhere else on earth.
With a massive selection of bars and lounges on Costa Victoria, you’ll be spoilt for choice! Whether you want to enjoy a quiet drink with some gentle music in the background or you really want to let your hair down, there are quiet and lively bars to suit all tastes.
Situated at the base of the Al Qara Mountains, Salahah is a city filled with charm and charisma. The city offers beautiful beaches, traditional Islamic architecture, mountains covered in frankincense trees, historical trips to the caves Marneef Caves and much more. A trip to the tomb of Hiob with a stop off at the unforgettable blow holes will leave you amazed at this city’s beauty.
The best of Italian and international fine dining can be enjoyed with fellow cruise guests in traditional style at two sittings in the gorgeous main restaurants, the Sinfonia and Fantasia, where delicious pasta dishes are a speciality. More casual dining is on offer in the Bolero buffet restaurant and the ship’s popular pizzeria.
This lively beach resort by the Red Sea is hugely popular with families looking for year round sun and incredible snorkelling, scuba diving and swimming opportunities. The turquoise waters are home to spectacular coral reefs which are easy to see from Coral Beach, or without even getting wet in the Underwater Observatory. Or you could take an expedition to explore the amazing desert scenery surrounding the city.
Located on the Red Sea’s Gulf of Aqaba, Aqaba boasts a myriad of beaches and is a popular destination for scuba diving and snorkelling. Aqaba also serves as the gateway to the pink-hued city of Petra, one of the new Seven Wonders of the World and the desert wilderness of Wadi Rum.
As evening falls, you’ll find lavish and hugely enjoyable stage shows in the sumptuous and comfortable two-tiered Festival Theatre as well as live music, comedy and game shows in the various bars and lounges, which are artistically designed and luxuriously decorated.
Limassol is Cyprus’ second largest city and combines beach life with historic gems. As well as the bustling waterfront, you can explore the winding lanes of the city’s historic centre and visit Limassol Castle, with its beautiful gardens and old olive press. This is also Cyprus’ wine producing region and the surrounding hillsides are lined with vineyards providing a green backdrop to the city.
The ship’s impressive, minimalist Planetarium atrium is a chic space in which to enjoy a peaceful cocktail or two or just sit and people-watch. The beautiful, glass-walled Concorde Plaza, overlooking the sea, offers a lively meeting place which bursts to life with music and dancing in the evenings.
Because of its geographic position, Heraklion is an ideal starting point for visitors to explore the many sights of this beautiful Greek island. Visit the Venetian Walls, or perhaps the Fountain of Morosini close to the colourful fruit and vegetable market. Alternatively, sit in a local café or taverna sipping either a coffee or the local fire water, Raki, and watch the world go by Greek-style.
With gorgeous hilltop villages, stunning sunsets, iconic blue-domed churches and volcanic beaches decorated with black, red or white sand, Santorini is one of the most beautiful destinations on earth. Take the winding coastal paths past fascinating rock formations, through tiny villages, stopping at a restaurant to linger over the famous Greek cuisine.
Your next port of call is Katakolon, the gateway to ancient Olympia, the playground of the gods and heroes of Greek mythology. As the spiritual home of the Olympic Games, this is where the Olympic flame is lit for each Olympiad. Here you can also admire the surrounding countryside with its rural villages, olive groves and vineyards.
The blue waters of Corfu await. Museums and a strong cultural pride betray this beautiful island’s history as an early seat of European learning. Away from the resorts, you’ll find mountains carpeted with woodland, where towering Cyprus trees stand guard over inviting trails.
Explore the marble streets and city walls of ancient, red-roofed Dubrovnik, where the old city is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Follow winding alleys to admire its baroque architecture and discover welcoming café where you can sit outside and enjoy the views. Take a dip in the glittering Adriatic Sea, explore fascinating museums and galleries and walk the atmospheric city walls.
Split blends ancient monuments, natural beauty and modern Dalmatian life with consummate ease. With its spectacular setting – think mountainous backdrop offset by the turquoise waters of the Adriatic – it’s no wonder that a Roman emperor choose to build his palace here. Today, Diocletian’s Palace is one of the finest and best preserved Roman monuments in the world.
Venice - Disembark Costa Victoria
Your cruise draws to an end as the red roofs of Venice come into view. You’ll disembark Costa Victoria in Venice and fly home.
Other regional airports may be available*