8 Days / 7 Nights
Duration
Athens, Lavrion
Location
Apr 14-Jun 23 & Sep 08-Oct 20, Fridays
Dates

Explore the picturesque Chania in Crete and the historic places of Peloponnese, such as Nafplio [Mycenae &Epidaurus]. Stroll the most emblematic destinations Mykonos Santorini and Rhodes!

7 Day Cruise “Euphoric Aegean”: Greece & Turkey

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION LAVRION PORT / LAVRION PORT
TOUR BEGINS FRIDAY AT 21:00
TOUR ENDS FRIDAY  AT 09:00
WEAR Dressing code is “smart casual”
From May through September, light-colored cotton clothes that “breathe” will help keep you cool. Swimsuits, as well as sunglasses, a hat and a good sunscreen. Bathing suits or shorts are not permitted in the inside restaurants, but buffet lunch is also served at the pool deck. In restaurants, casinos, lounges and nightclubs, and in the other open spaces on our ships, your attire should be “country club casual”– relaxed, yet elegant – after 18:00. For your safety and comfort on board we suggest sports or flat deck shoes with low heels. These types of footwear will make it easier for you to navigate the cruise ship decks and stairwells.
YOUR SHIP Celestyal Nefeli

 

Additional information

DestinationCesme, Chania, Crete, Izmir, Turkey, Mykonos, Nauplion, Rhodes, Santorini
Price from :Rates are in US$
DAY PORTS ARR. DEPT.
FRI ATHENS (LAVRION*), Greece 21:00
SAT SANTORINI, Greece 07:00 18:30
SUN IZMIR,  Turkey 08:30 15:00
MON NAFPLION, Greece 09:00 21:00
TUE CRETE [Chania], Greece 08:00 18:00
WED RHODES, Greece 08:00 17:00
THU CESME, Turkey 07.00 13:30
MYKONOS, Greece 19:00
FRI MYKONOS, Greece 03:00
FRI ATHENS (LAVRION*), Greece 09.00

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Pricing Details (Per person rates) 

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Inclusions/Exclusions

INCLUDED
24-7 Service
Assistance with Your Luggage
 Cruise Ship Cabin
Daily Program
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Pools
Gyms and Jacuzzis
Nightlife
Onboard Entertainment
4 Shore Excursions [compulsory purchase at the time of the booking]
 “Blue” Beverage Package [compulsory purchase at the time of the booking]
NOT INCLUDED
Gaming at the Casinos
Internet and Telephone Use
Laundry Services
Locker Rental and/or Safety Deposit Box Rental
The Celestyal Cruises Souvenir DVD
Medical Expenses
Professional Photography
Purchases in Our Shops
Room Service
Salon Products and Services
Extra drinks not included to the “Blue” drink package
Spa Products and Services
Travel insurance

Santorini

Santorini is one of the most renowned places of the world. People travel thousands of miles in order to admire its unique geography, result of an earthquake that took place many centuries ago. Take a jeep safari into the interior, cruise to Santorini’s smaller islands and volcanoes, visit the Akrotiri excavations or drink coffee at Oia Village, 300 meters above the sea.

Izmir

With a population of around 3.7 million, Izmir is the third largest city in Turkey, and boasts the second largest port after Istanbul. Formerly the ancient city of Smyrna, Izmir is now a busy commercial center that rests on a vast bay. With wide thoroughfares, modern buildings and shopping centers mix with traditional red-tiled roofs structures, old mosques and churches, it is a rapidly growing city on the Central Aegean coast. Izmir’s composition suggests a Mediterranean Europe city more so than traditional Turkish appearance.

Nafplion

One of the most beautiful towns in Agrolis, the Eastern Peloponnese, and one of Greece’s most romantic cities, elegant, architecturally homogenous. Nafplion is a palimpsest upon which its many conquerors have written their turbulent stories over the centuries: the Franks, the Venetians and the Ottomans all contributed to the incomparable mien of this lovely port, which greets its many visitors with its ancient city walls, its castles, its Ottoman fountains, its Venetian houses and its neoclassical mansions. Plateia Syntagmatos, the lively heart of the city, is much as it was in the 1700s.

Chania

The second-largest town on Greece’s largest island, Chania is the lively capital of the western half of Crete, and was formerly the islands capital until 1971. The atmosphere has a touch of Florence and Venice combined with the culture and character of Cretan traditions. The city encompasses two distinct parts, the old town, and the modern city which is the larger of the two. The Venetian Harbour, the old port, the narrow shopping streets, old buildings of Venetian and Turkish design, waterfront restaurants and Cafes, museums, churches and crafts shops are the major element of city. In addition Chania is surrounded by numerous rich options for sightseeing, exploration and discovery.

Rhodes

Rhodes will make you think you’ve stepped back in time. Don’t miss the Palace of the Grand Masters, in the old walled city of Rhodes, a UNESCO World Heritage site, the ancient Acropolis of Lindos, high above the sea and the Citadel of the Knights. Relax at Tsampika Beach or stroll the old city of Rhodes where you can enjoy your lunch and a traditional Greek coffee.

Cesme

Cesme is one of the most popular Turkish resorts with myriad Ottoman fountains and sugar-sand beaches. Grab the chance to visit the ancient Ephesus, the world’s largest open-air museum or enjoy an all-inclusive shore excursion to the Sole Mare beach private club where you can relish a cosmopolitan day at the beach.

Mykonos

Mykonos combines the dazzling white beauty of a typical Greek island with a sophisticated atmosphere.A place of contradictions, the island counts 365 churches and chapels, one for every day of the year. Here, picturesque windmills dot the landscape casting shadows over grazing sheep. However, it also stands as the international meeting point of the jet-set. Find a table on the waterfront and bask in the serenity of sunset over the picturesque harbor.

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