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The first to explore the Western Mediterranean were the Phoenicians. Defying the unknown and winning the innate reluctance toward the cardinal point where the sun sets, they drove over the Strait of Gibraltar, touching the land in the Iberian Peninsula and on the coasts of modern Tunisia, where they founded important cities such as Barcelona and Cadiz, but especially Carthage.

Later, it was the turn of the Greeks, who Dominated the Mare Nostrum before yielding to the power of Rome: They owe the foundation of a large number of colonies in southern Italy, the famous “Magna Greece”, And the French cities Marseille and Nice.

This is the reason for a cruise in the Western Mediterranean: for a journey backwards between the shores that delimit the cradle of our history. Following the profile of islands, gulfs and capes we retrace the routes of the first Navigators, for an emotional tour of art, culture, fun, food, nature and Zumba®.

What are the stages that cannot be missed? Much depends on curiosity and personal sensibility. But we believe that the choices on our list will agree: Savona, Marseille, Barcelona, Valencia.

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Savona, famous for its ceramics and glass art, for its blue sea and the green of its hills… With the Alps behind; Starting point for the whole Ligurian coast: Sanremo and its casino, the Hanbury Gardens, Bordighera and much more as

Alassio, with the very fine beach and The Famous Muretto, Loano with its artistic fountains, Varigotti with the old town of colored houses directly on the beach.

Short shifts allow you to discover hill and mountains landscapes, clear depths, karst landscapes with caves and cliffs that will conquer those who are looking for strong emotions.

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A walk along the picturesque Vieux Port and then relax in one of the many sun-kissed rooms sipping a Pastis

This is the oldest city French founded 2,600 years ago.

Marseille’s architectural heritage reflects all the periods that have marked its history. From the famous Cathedral of Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde you can enjoy a panorama at 360° degree and if you want to immerse yourself in the novel by Alexandre Dumas, “the Count Of MonteCristo”, you must visit the Chateux d’if, the suggestive castle that rises from the islet same name.

Not far away you can visit the tourist town of Cassis, surrounded by lush vineyards, you can walk the Route des Crete until you reach La Ciotat where the Lumière brothers filmed the first short film.


Among its rambles we discover excellent tapas and beer surrounded from Gaudì’s works, which through the architecture has expressed the deepest soul of the city.

It’s a unique, charming and engaging city; a destination to discover eclectic architecture, breathe a vital atmosphere and enjoy a memorable nightlife

The Güell Park, the Güell Palace and Gaudì’s Casa Milà, the Catalan music Palace, the Sant Pau Hospital in Doménech and the Montaner have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Sagrada Familia, the Casa Lleó Morera, the Amatller house or the Casa Batlló are just some of the many modernist jewels that punctuates the city.


Not far from the port is the magnificent architectural project created by Santiago Calatrava: the City of Art and Science. It is made up of five buildings with futuristic shapes, including the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia, home of the Valencia opera house, the Hemisfèric, a cinema similar to a large human eye that is reflected in the water of the pond that surrounds it, and the three floors of the Prince Felipe Science Museum which resembles the skeleton of a gigantic dinosaur. Finally, on your cruise to Valencia, here you can visit the suggestive Oceanographic Park, with more than five hundred animal species housed in reproductions of the marine and oceanic habitats of the earth. In the old part of the city, Plaza de Toros, the Cathedral with the Micalet Tower and the Llotja de la Seda, the building that housed the silk market, symbol of the commercial splendor of Valencia, await you.