18 Days
Duration
Oct 15 2022
Dates
Yes
Meals
France & Italy
Location

Price starting from: $9,625 per person. Prices are in CAD, per person, based on double occupancy.
(for USD$ rate call 1-855-824-2495)
*Rates shown were available when posted and can change when bookings get confirmed. Please call (778-989-7876 or till-free 1-855 -824-2495) to check availability

Bask amid the relaxing cultures of France and Italy, soaking up the sun-kissed shorelines and gastronomy delights of both countries. Visit the Italian and French rivieras, home of pastel houses, seafood restaurants and crystalline waters, as well as the vibrant islands of Sicily and Malta.

INCLUDED 17 nights on board Emerald Azzurra
Airport transfers to and from the ship
The services of an Emerald Cruises Cruise Director
Port taxes and charges
All tipping and gratuities
INCLUDED EXCUSURIONS Tour of Bonifacio with tasting
Tour of Porto Ercole
Walking tour of Sorrento
Excursion Walking tour of Palermo
Valley of the Temples in Agrigento
Guided tour of Mdina and Valletta
Walking tour of Catania

Please call 1-855-824-2495 to request a quote.
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1

Nice, France


Your yacht cruise starts in Nice, where you’ll embark Emerald Azzurra.
2

Menton, France


France’s Côte d’Azure is synonymous with outstanding beauty, and Menton is this famous region at its gorgeous best. Nestled between Monaco and Italy, the seaside town is a wonderful mix of unique architecture and luscious gardens.
3

Portofino, Italy


The unassuming village of Portofino provides another tempting taste of the Italian Riviera. Its colourful buildings and slower pace of life have made it an attractive hideaway for the rich and famous.
4

Portoferraio, Italy


One of the oldest towns on Elba Island, Portoferraio oozes Tuscan charm. A favourite among beach-lovers and history buffs alike, it’s known for enticing sandy shores and distinctive Medici forts, dating back to the 1500s.
5

Calvi


Follow in the footsteps of Christopher Columbus as you arrive in Calvi. This vibrant area of Corsica is said to have been the home of the intrepid explorer, and you’ll be sure to fall in love with its winding streets and quaint beaches.
6

Bonifacio, Corsica


The striking citadel heralds your introduction to Bonifacio. Established in 833, this charming Corsican port provides stunning views from its ancient fortress that, on a clear day, stretch all the way to Sardinia.
7

Porto Ercole


Perched on the coast of Tuscany, Porto Ercole is one of Italy’s hidden gems. Translated as the ‘Port of Hercules’, this sleepy bay is a scene of incredible architecture and local seafood that is an absolute delight.
8

Civitavecchia, Italy


Centrally located in the Italian region of Lazio, this 2nd century port is home to many of its original features, like the beautifully preserved Roman Dock and the 16th century fort.
9

Sorrento


A quaint resort credited with inspiring the works of Charles Dickens and Leo Tolstoy, Sorrento provides a romantic introduction to the Amalfi Coast. The historic town has spectacular views over the Bay of Naples, and its maze of cobbled streets is punctuated with cosy cafés.
10

Palermo


Your discovery of Sicily begins in the capital city of Palermo, a melting pot of elegant piazzas and even better pizza.
11

Palermo


The Normans referred to it as the “Kingdom of the sun”, it has been the prize of Roman, Byzantine and Greek settlers, all of which culminates in the wonderfully diverse nature of Palermo. From its grand Piazza Vigilena, with its revered Baroque structures, the colourful masterpiece of Capella Palatina to the bustling markets of Vucciria, it’s no wonder it has previously been named Italian Capital of Culture.
12

Trapani


Blessed with one of the most enchanting coastlines in Italy, Trapani is a serene side of Sicily. A heady mix of alluring landscapes, inviting beaches and historic intrigue, including the 18th-century Chiesa Anime Sante del Purgatorio, a church depicting the story of Christ’s Passion.
13

Porto Empedocle


A popular beach resort on Sicily’s southern coast Porto Empedocle is instantly recognisable by its striking Quadrangular Tower of Carlo V.
14

Valletta, Malta


Once described as “a city built by gentlemen for gentlemen”, the Maltese capital of Valletta in rich in landmarks and beautiful Baroque architecture. Its creation was a labour of love for the Knights of St John, but today it has blossomed as a UNESCO World Heritage and European Art City thanks to its wealth of museums, galleries and charming Barrakka Gardens.
15

Catania, Italy


Catania is another of Sicily’s prized gems, a magnetic collection of winding streets and elegant architecture. At its centre is the awe-inspiring UNESCO World Heritage-listed monastery of San Benedetto, a symbol of Catania.
16

Naples


Sat in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius, the unforgettable city of Naples possesses a passion to match its fiery neighbour.
17

Naples


The third-largest city in Italy, Naples does things very much in its own way. It is a sea of extraordinary art and culture, unparalleled cuisine and an unmatched history, all sat against the backdrop of one of Europe’s most iconic volcanoes.
18

Civitavecchia (Rome)


Today you’ll disembark Emerald Azzurra and be transferred to the airport for your return flight home.