Main Mediterranean Cruise Areas
The Mediterranean covers a vast area of destinations both in the Western & Eastern regions to include Spain, France, Portugal, Italy, Croatia, Greek Islands, Turkey & Canary Islands. There are hundreds of destinations to visit so the world is your oyster.
Cruise 365 can customise your dream holiday
Cruise 365 are specialists in cruises and cruise & stay holidays and can customise your holiday with additional nights in places such as Barcelona, Venice, Rome, Malaga, Athens, Lisbon or Istanbul however a lot of sailings depart from the UK with no flying involved. Longer stays at a beach resort such as Torremolinos for cruises departing from Malaga can be arranged making your holiday tailored around you or you could just take one of our cruise line partner’s full package if you are short on time.
How to Get There
Cruise 365 fly our guests to their destinations from a selection of UK airports. For cruise departures from the UK such as Southampton, Dover & Harwich some of our cruise partners offer complimentary transportation or car parking as part of their sales campaign however if this is not the case Cruise 365 can assist in arranging these for you so that your holiday runs smoothly from beginning to end.
We can offer selected excursions prior to joining your cruise in many of the departure cities to enhance your experience even further. Excursions for UK departures are offered by our cruise line partners during your cruise.
Traditionally the best time to visit the Mediterranean is during the summer months however sailings generally run from April until October. Canary Island sailings also operate over the winter months from December to April.
Who Cruises in the Mediterranean
Our main cruise line partners in this area are Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruise Line, Holland America Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Cunard Line, P&O Cruises, Costa Cruises, MSC, Oceania and Fred Olsen
Do I need a Visa
Please check with our reservation team with regards to any visa requirements in the Mediterranean