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THE MEDITERRANEAN THROUGH THE AGES
From the modernist architecture of Barcelona to the Megalithic Temples of Malta dating from 3600 BC, this remarkable voyage is a journey through time as you visit some of the most fascinating destinations in the Mediterranean. The history of Mallorca can be found in its prehistoric monuments, ancient Roman ruins and Arab baths as well as the modern architecture in Palma de Mallorca. Cave drawings near Palermo suggest that the area was home to human settlements as far back as 8000 BC. The Forum in Rome tells the story of a once mighty empire, while in Florence the magnificent David by Michelangelo became a symbol of defiance of Rome.
EXPLORE OFF THE BEATEN PATH
From the bustling spice markets of Istanbul to the Tower of Belém at the entrance of the Lisbon harbor, this exciting adventure visits some of the Mediterranean’s most fascinating destinations. One of the oldest settlements of the Mediterranean, the city of Izmir was inhabited as far back as the seventh millennium BC. The extraordinary Megalithic Temples of Malta are the oldest freestanding structures in the world and mark a significant period in the cultural, artistic and technological development of civilizations. Dating from the ninth century, the old town of Tunis near La Goulette is filled with narrow streets, historical sites and souks and was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979.
SOOTHING SOUNDS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN | Whether it is the sound of the gentle waves lapping at the shores of the glamorous beaches of Saint-Tropez or the warm breeze winding its way through the umbrella pine trees of Provence, the Mediterranean has a music of its own that has been calling to travelers for centuries. The pounding rhythms of flamenco dancers will keep time in Palma de Mallorca. Just off the coast from Porto Cervo, the lively plazas on the island of La Maddalena beckon tourists to surrender to the Mediterranean way of life. Meanwhile, the bells of St. Peter’s Basilica, the oldest one dating to 1288, echo across the historic city of Rome.
· A trip to Sa Cova winery on Ibiza offers a fascinating look at the history of winemaking on this picturesque island
· Just outside Sorrento, marvel at the excavated ruins of Pompeii, frozen in time after a devastating volcanic eruption in 79 AD and now one of the finest representations of an Italian city at the height of the Roman Empire
· The cheers of ancient throngs can be still be heard in the ruins of the Colosseum, where gladiators once fought epic life-and-death battles
· A towering monument to man’s imperfection and ingenuity, the Leaning Tower of Pisa was finally stabilized for the first time in 2008
SHADES OF PERFECT
From the sapphire waters of the Ionian Sea to the colorful fields of Provence to the changing autumn landscapes of the Tuscan countryside, each port of call on this amazing journey contributes to a mosaic of some of the most enchanting destinations in the Mediterranean. The ancient ruins scattered throughout the city of Rome create their own montage of history, and the Acropolis in Athens tells the tale of another empire. The yacht-filled harbor of Monte Carlo adds the contrast of modern luxuries, and the terraced lemon groves of Sorrento contribute shades of gold with the limoncello for which the region is famous. From Athens to Barcelona, the colors of these diverse destinations blend into a harmonious itinerary that is ultimately a work of art.
A VOYAGE OF CONTRASTS
Spanning two continents and six countries, this journey explores the unique history and beauty of different cultures united by the Mediterranean Sea. The Muslim call to prayer at the Hassan II Mosque brings into stark contrast the customs of this continent only nine miles from Spain across the Strait of Gibraltar. The essence of small town life in Spain is captured in the sparkling white houses with red-tiled roofs and twisting cobblestone streets of Mijas, just outside of Málaga. The history of Antibes can be found in the artifacts, sculptures and amphorae on display in the archaeological museum situated atop the Promenade Amiral de Grasse.
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