Venice (Italy) - An icon of beauty and art, it is a constant visual delight, with monuments and palaces, harmonious bridges, gondolas, traditional narrow streets and picturesque squares. From Venice, you can reach the two most famous islands of the Venetian Lagoon, Murano and Burano, noted for their craftwork. In Murano it's worth visiting the traditional glass-blowing shops and watch one of the glass-blowers at work. From the island it's just a short boat ride to Burano, a very picturesque and colourful town famous for its lace production.
Bari (Italy) - Among the narrow streets of the old city you’ll come across architectural masterpieces created over the centuries by Romans, Byzantines, Normans and Swabians. Venturing through Bari you can discover many of its hidden gems, from the port to the picturesque seafront, an elegant thoroughfare leading to the city gates. There's also the Basilica of San Nicola, built during the Norman rule, and the famous Castle, an ancient fortress defending the Old Town. After this journey into the past, it's great to explore modern Bari, the second largest city in Southern Italy.
Katakolon (Greece) - A short distance from this small port you can visit the archaeological site of the ancient city of Olympus, the site of the first Olympic Games. In 776 BC the Olympic Games first started in Olympia and it is right here that the famous torch is lit at the start of the modern Games. The fascinating excursion to the archaeological digs of Olympia includes a visit to the monumental remains of the Temple of Zeus, the Temple of Hera, the Gymnasium, and the Stadium. You can also visit the Archaeological Museum and the modern town of Olympia.
Athens (Greece) - Athens is a truly amazing destination, rich with historical and cultural significance. The Acropolis and Parthenon dominate the Athens skyline and offer further magnificent views of the city. It is well worth seeking the museums and tours on offer around these two sites as they'll provide you with a deeper insight into Athens' great history.
Santorini (Greece) - One of the Cyclades islands, Santorini is a spectacular jewel of the Aegean. Born out of a volcanic eruption in approximately 1500BC, which formed the two islands of Aspronissi and Terrasia, Santorini is a magnificent mixture of dramatic cliffside villages, glorious black sand beaches and ancient treasures. Steep cliffs plunging into a crystalline sea distinguish the west coast, while the east coast is gentler, featuring a fertile plain and delicate bays, with the Profitis Ilias mountains in the background.
Corfu (Greece) - The charming Corfu Island, capital of the Ionian Islands has been conquered through the ages by many nations. Excursions in Corfu can reveal a cultural diversity all over the island from the buildings’ architecture up to the local cuisine. Corfu sightseeing offers a variety of monuments and the many museums of Corfu will thrill and educate every visitor with the amazing history of Corfu Island.
Dubrovnik (Croatia) - From Dubrovnik you can easily reach Medjugorje, a small town in the municipality of Citluk. Medjugorje is one of the largest centers of worship in the world, a sacred place that attracts a multitude of pilgrims to visit the Queen of Peace. The old town of Dubrovnik, includes a walk along the city's exterior wall, among the best preserved in the Mediterranean, and a visit to the Maritime Museum.