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Mediterranean Cruise: Cannes to Civitavecchia with Star Flyer ship - France, Monaco, and Italy 8-day itinerary

2.164€ 2.385€ 221€ off

About this cruise

Partez pour une aventure en croisière de 8 jours en Méditerranée, en embarquant depuis Cannes et en vous dirigeant vers Civitavecchia à bord du navire Star Flyer. Tout au long de votre voyage, vous aurez l`occasion d`explorer différentes destinations captivantes en France, à Monaco et en Italie.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (2.164€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

All prices presented on this website are approximate and do not constitute a public offer. For precise price information, please contact the service provider.

Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
15/06/2024 - 22/06/2024 2.930€ 3.870€ - 8.280€
10/08/2024 - 17/08/2024 2.930€ 3.870€ - 8.280€
24/05/2025 - 31/05/2025 3.230€ 4.260€ - 9.130€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
15/06/2024 - 22/06/2024 4.330€ 5.150€ - 8.280€
10/08/2024 - 17/08/2024 4.330€ 5.150€ - 8.280€
24/05/2025 - 31/05/2025 4.770€ 5.680€ - 9.130€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
15/06/2024 - 22/06/2024 4.330€ 5.150€ - 8.280€
10/08/2024 - 17/08/2024 4.330€ 5.150€ - 8.280€
24/05/2025 - 31/05/2025 4.770€ 5.680€ - 9.130€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Cannes, France. The city of Cannes, with its 70,000 residents, is located on the French Riviera in the south of France. Every year in mid-May, the world-famous Cannes Film Festival takes place here, attended by all the big names in the industry. Another highlight of the city is the magnificent promenade called "Boulevard de la Croisette," lined with palm trees and adorned with flowers. Due to the numerous festivals, regattas, races, flower parades, and many other spectacles, this Mediterranean city is also very popular as a tourist destination. Other attractions include the Lérins Islands of St. Marguerite and St. Honorat, the old town on Mont Chevalier hill with a castle from the time of the Crusaders, and the museum and pilgrimage church of Notre-Dame de l`Espérance.

Day 2: Monte Carlo, Monaco. This magical place on the Mediterranean coast has numerous museums, beautiful hotels, and exceptional gastronomy. Attractions include the Exotic Garden, the Cave of the Observatory, the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology, the gardens and terraces of the Casino, Casino Square, St. Charles Church, the National Doll Museum, the stairway "La rampe Major", the Prince`s Palace, the Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium, the Museum of "Old Monaco", and the Wax Museum.

Day 3: L`Île Rousse (Corsica), France. The French port city of L`Île Rousse, located on the northern coast of Corsica, is one of the warmest places on the island. At the harbor entrance, you can discover the red-colored porphyry rocks that gave the city its name. The charming old town with numerous narrow alleyways and beautiful houses invites you to linger. Visit the historic market hall, discover the Church of the Immaculate Conception and the Church of Mercy.

Day 4: Ajaccio (Corsica), France. The capital of the French island of Corsica and the "Département Corse-du-Sud" is surrounded by beautiful mountain landscapes, valleys, and villages, which invite you to take walks and excursions in the surrounding area. However, the city with its 59,300 inhabitants is not only a popular winter resort, but also known as the birthplace of Napoleon I, who was born on August 15, 1769 in a house on "Rue Saint Charles". Today, numerous streets, statues, and monuments still commemorate the famous son of the city. In the city hall, some impressive exhibits testify to the coronation of the former emperor. Attractions of the port city: In the church "Saint-Erasme," dedicated to the patron saint of sailors and adorned with ship models, Napoleon was baptized in 1539. The "Fesch" Museum offers a collection of works by Botticelli, Bellini, and Titian - donations from Cardinal Fesch, Napoleon`s uncle. In Ajaccio, sports activities are mainly offered in connection with the sea: year-round diving, jet skiing, sailing, fun board, and deep-sea fishing.

Day 5: Bonifacio (Corsica), France. The island of Bonifacio, located at the southernmost tip of Corsica, overlooks the bay, other small islands, and cliffs. The architecture of the Middle Ages and the late French period is reflected in the cityscape of Bonifacio. The beaches and sea of the surrounding area of this Corsican port city are great for diving, swimming, or sailing. The historic old town and the nearby surroundings of Bonifacio are perfect for leisurely walks.

Sights: The "Marina," the upper town, the citadel, the Saint-Dominique church, the "Pertusato" lighthouse, the "Pass de la Trinité," and the sailing harbor.

Day 6: Corsica, France. Corsica ist eine französische Insel im Mittelmeer. Sie ist bekannt für ihre atemberaubende natürliche Schönheit mit ihren zerklüfteten Bergen, malerischen Stränden und kristallklarem Wasser. Die Insel bietet eine einzigartige Mischung aus italienischer und französischer Kultur, die köstliche Küche, lebhafte Festivals und charmante Dorfhügel umfasst. Corsica ist ein beliebtes Ziel für Outdoor-Enthusiasten und bietet Möglichkeiten zum Wandern, Radfahren und Wassersport. Mit seiner reichen Geschichte und atemberaubenden Landschaften ist Corsica ein wahrer Juwel im Mittelmeer.

Day 6: Bastia (Corsica), France. The largest port city on the island is referred to as the gateway to northern Corsica. This picturesque and exceptional city with its winding streets and picturesque squares, such as the Place du Marche, is a great attraction for visitors. Discover another highlight of the city, the enchanting Citadel of Bastia.

Day 7: Portoferraio (Elbe), Italy. Portoferraio, located in the province of Livorno, is the capital of the island of Elba, which belongs to the Tuscany region. The island is famous for its impressive harbor as well as its beautiful enchanting beaches. Le Ghiaie, Le Viste, and La Paduella stand out for their crystal clear water and tempt visitors to go for a swim.

Day 8: Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy. The Italian capital Rome is also called "the Eternal City", because the pulsating metropolis still harbors valuable, world-famous treasures from antiquity. The most important attractions of the city include the "Baths of Caracalla", the Imperial Forum, the Colosseum, the "Piazza Navona", the fountain of the god Neptune, and of course St. Peter`s Basilica with Michelangelo`s dome.