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Discover the three itineraries available for this Mediterranean cruise – Length of cruise: 8 days/7 nights – Number of departures for this destination: 33
Itinerary: Roundtrip from Athens – Le Ponant will sail the Aegean Sea from June to July 2024 and from May to July 2025. This itinerary is given for informational purposes only and is subject to change.
This jewel of the Cyclades is a pilgrimage site for Orthodox Greeks and has been sheltered from tourism. What a joy to stroll its stone villages, the white walls covered in brilliant bougainvillea. You will be dazzled by the delicacy of the ornate dovecotes standing among century-old olive trees along the quiet lanes.
The majestic peninsula of Monemvasia, the pearl of the southern Peloponnese, is home to a magnificent fortified medieval village. Sheltering both Eastern and Western influences, this tiny town is a treasure trove of Byzantine and Venetian architecture. Stroll along the ramparts and down the charming streets swathed in warm shades of ocher.
Itinerary: Roundtrip from Dubrovnik – Le Ponant will sail the Adriatic Sea from August to October 2024 and from August to September 2025. This itinerary is provided for informational purposes only and is subject to change.
Your sailboat drops anchor at Vis, a little-known islet off the beaten tourist paths. The tender takes you over to Komiza, the Adriatic’s oldest fishing port. Stroll between the venerable cut-stone houses and quaint shops before gazing at the wooden boats as they are silhouetted against a spectacular sunset.
Enjoy the perfect conditions for discovering or rediscovering Dubrovnik. The tender takes you to the medieval city, avoiding the crowds, where you drink in a matchless panoramic view as the sun sets over the city’s white stones. Then wander aimlessly through the narrow lanes of the historic old town, losing yourself while never being lost.
Itinerary: from Athens to Dubrovnik – Le Ponant will sail between Greece and Croatia in August 2024 and July 2025. This itinerary is provided for informational purposes only and is subject to change.
Fiskardo, on the island of Kefalonia, is a warm, welcoming floral paradise, bewitching you with its charming, Italian-influenced port lined with colorful houses. Near the pretty port of Gaios, discover Paxos, a botanical sanctuary rising from the sea. This island, home to ancient cypresses and olive trees, has preserved traces of its sumptuous Venetian past in its fascinating architecture.
Igoumenítsa is a charming port village facing Corfu. From the coastal path, take in beautiful views of the Emerald Island. This stopover gives you the chance to visit the archaeological site of Gitana in exquisite natural surroundings, as well as the Holy Monastery of Giromeri at Filiates, perched like an eagle’s nest high on a wooded mountain slope.