Costa Cruises has launched a new program that will enhance the vacation offer for 2023.
These are three new Costa Fortuna itineraries that will allow you to discover the Mediterranean from east to west, all the way to the Canary Islands.
The new Costa Fortuna Mediterranean cruises will last two weeks, a formula that will also be available for the first time in mid-summer.
This summer, from June 24 to August 19, Costa Fortuna proposes an itinerary that includes in one trip two of the most popular destinations in the Mediterranean: Greece and the Balearic Islands. The full program of these cruises includes Savona, Civitavecchia/Rome, Messina, four great Greek islands such as Crete (with a stop in Heraklion), Rhodes, Mykonos, Santorini, Kefalonia (with a stop in Argostoli), Palma de Mallorca, in the Balearic Islands, and then Barcelona and Marseille.
The second Costa Fortuna itinerary is for the Canary Islands, where you can explore five locations in this wonderful archipelago where the sun always shines (Arrecife, Puerto del Rosario, Las Palmas, San Sebastian de la Gomera, Santa Cruz de Tenerife), also such as Madeira, Malaga and Savona and, on some departures, Civitavecchia/Rome. Scheduled matches run from April 29 to June 10, as well as matches on September 2 and 16.
The third itinerary, available on April 16, September 30 and October 14, will explore Istanbul (where travelers can also stay overnight during the September and October departures), Izmir in Turkey, Athens in Greece and Malta, as well as from Savona, Civitavecchia/Rome, Catania, Barcelona and Marseille. .
Finally, in the fall, from October 28 to mid-November, Costa Fortuna will also sail on three- and four-day mini-cruises in the western Mediterranean, bound for Barcelona and Marseille, departing from Savona.
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