Cyprus, Croatia, Greece & Turkey
Book a luxury excursion starting from Limassol port and visit the ancient Kingdom of Curium with the largest archaeological site in Cyprus, the Greco-Roman Theatre overlooking the sea and the medieval Colossi Castle. Choose to visit the island’s largest wine factory and sit back and relax while you sample some of the fine products! There is also the option of visiting Paphos should you wish to. Whatever your interests we will work with you to accommodate your requirements.
PORTS: Dubrovnik, Hvar, Zadar
Croatia, a country booming with history and culture, remains surprisingly untouched. No matter which of the ports, if not all, your ship docks at your excursion will be packed with your chosen sites. Hvar is the busiest town of the three and home to Europe’s oldest theatre. Strolling through the old town of Zadar you will see how the town still boasts many of its defence walls from the Roman era. In Dubrovnik visit the Cathedral of the Virgin Mary and see relics of Jesus Christ’s cross and do not miss the opportunity to eat in a typical Konaovski Don restaurant situated by the River Ljuta.
PORTS: Corfu, Itea, Katakolon, Mykonos, Nauplion, Piraeus (Athens), Rhodes,Santorini, Volos
Starting at one of the many Greek ports your tailor-made tour will include plenty of history, culture and photographic moments. Visit the Acropolis and Panathenaic Stadium in Athens and some of the most popular wine-making regions including Rhodes and Santorini. Whether you wish to have a full and busy tour or a more simple and selective option we will work with you to create a perfect itinerary for your Greek port.
PORTS: Istanbul, Kusadasi, Trabzon
If there is a city not to be missed on your travels, it is ‘the capital of the capital cities’ Istanbul. Your private guide will show you the enormous amount of variety the city has to offer, as it continues to preserve magnificent history alongside preparing for the modern world. Kusadasi, along the Aegean coast, is better known as a holiday resort offering fantastic stretches of beach, although the Kale district allows an insight to times of the past as it stands as the ‘old town’. Trabzon is situated along the Black Sea and similarly to Istanbul offers a significant amount of history, of which your local guide will take you to significant places of interest and talk you through how Trabzon became how it is today.
Tell us your chosen ports and number of people travelling and we will offer you the ideal excursion. Contact us.Please read our Booking Conditions
Photographs: Main Image; Fokos © Municipality of Mykonos; Split, Croatia; Mykonos © Muncipiality of Mykonos