Oceana, Greece & Croatia E017 ex Valletta Return

EU Mediterranean

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14 Night Cruise sailing from Valletta roundtrip aboard Oceana.

14 Night Cruise sailing from Valletta roundtrip aboard Oceana.

Dive into the mesmerising Med on this sun-drenched, fun-packed family holiday. Bring the whole family for a holiday filled with adventures. Visiting nine sparkling destinations, you’ll have the chance to explore stunning countryside, fascinating cities and paradise bays.


Highlights of this cruise:

Malta
The fortifications at Malta's Grand Harbour speak volumes about her past, indeed her reputation for valour during the Second World war earned her the George Cross and there aren't too many islands you can say that of!

Athens, Greece
The Acropolis - 'High City' - will always be the top attraction from Athens cruise port Piraeus. With its 2,500-year-old Parthenon, temple to Poseidon and Athena, Odeon of Herodes Atticus and Theatre of Dionysus, it quite literally stands out as an oasis of calm in the frenetic Greek capital.
As part of the major revamp the city had for the 2004 Olympics, 400 modern buildings were cleared from the ancient meeting place next to the Acropolis, the Agora, which was then restored and linked by walkways to the Acropolis, Hadrians Arch, the Academy of Plato and the Monastery of Daphne.

Other nearby ancient sites include the Roman Tower of the Winds and the Hill of the Muses where Socrates is said to have drunk hemlock. Below the Acropolis is the fun place to shop or barter, eat moussaka or Greek salad, drink wine or ouzo and, of course, to people-watch: the 3,000-year-old Plaka.

Katakalon, Greece
The small Greek port of Katakolon was developed in the 19th century to serve the thriving local trade in currants. Today it is your starting block for Olympia - birthplace of the Olympic Games.

Cephalonia, Greece
As a setting for a love story - remember Captain Corellis Mandolin - the unspoilt, rugged but timeless Greek island of Cephalonia is hard to beat. Although the largest of the Ionian islands, Cephalonia is defiantly untouristy and delights in giving visitors a real opportunity to experience the flavour of an authentic Greek island community.

Zadar, Croatia
What sets Zadar apart is its gentle mix of old and new. The historic old town is a cacophony of Roman ruins alongside cosmopolitan cafés, and medieval churches nestling against state-of-the-art museums of culture. Happily, Zadar is not spoiled by tourism. And yet it offers a number of lovely attractions, ideal to explore during your time in port. Its two most popular attractions are the audio-visual ambience of the Sea Organ (an experimental architectural object that plays music via the motion and flow of the sea) and the Sun Salutation - a 22m square art installation of 300 glass plates that capture the sun's energy during the day. Both have to be seen and heard to be believed! Zadar may not be a picture postcard destination, but it has its own beguiling charm. It's a warm, inviting, vibrant city where you can while away the hours sipping vino at street café, or take to the water and enjoy some adrenalin-fuelled watersports. Its restaurants are well known for serving an eclectic menu of local and regional cuisine. And if you fancy venturing inland a little, its nearby countryside is truly breathtaking.

Venice, Italy
This World Heritage city is just about the perfect cruise call because everything you want to see is so easily accessible whether the ship docks just down from St Marks Square or further up the Grand Canal at the main Venice cruise terminal complex.

Sibenik, Croatia
If the Italian coastline gets you all aglow, then underrated Sibenik will certainly follow suit. Croatia's oldest native town on the eastern shores of the Adriatic Sea, is a gleaming example of medieval history. Lose yourself in the maze of steep backstreets and cobbled squares.

Dubrovnik, Croatia
Sailing into the beautiful 12th century Croatian walled city of Dubrovnik is one of the great cruising experiences.

The spectacular Old Town - with its pretty harbour, towering ramparts, creamy stone pavements and red-roofed buildings - is crammed with architectural wonders like Onofrio's Fountain - constructed in the 1430s - and the 14th century Franciscan Monastery, home to a wonderful statue of the Piéta carved in 1498, and the world's oldest pharmacy (est. 1391). TV fans will be in their element, as Dubrovnik is also the home of King's Landing from the hit series Game Of Thrones.

Pricing (per person)

  • All (19)
Quad Triple Twin Single

PE - Inside Stateroom with Shower

Request AU$ 3,194 AU$ 3,969 AU$ 6,350

PF - Inside Stateroom with Shower

Request AU$ 3,194 AU$ 3,969 AU$ 6,350

PD - Inside Stateroom with Shower

Request AU$ 3,234 AU$ 4,029 AU$ 6,446

PC - Inside Stateroom with Shower

Request AU$ 3,334 AU$ 4,179 AU$ 6,686

PB - Inside Stateroom with Shower

Request AU$ 3,434 AU$ 4,329 AU$ 6,926

PA - Inside Stateroom with Shower

Request AU$ 3,481 AU$ 4,399 AU$ 7,038

LF - Outside Stateroom with Shower

AU$ 3,412 Request AU$ 5,179 AU$ 8,184

NC - Outside Stateroom with Shower (Obstructed View)

Request Request AU$ 5,179 AU$ 8,184

LD - Outside Stateroom with Shower

Request Request AU$ 5,229 AU$ 8,264

KE - Larger Outside Stateroom with Shower

Request Request AU$ 5,399 AU$ 8,536

KB - Larger Outside Stateroom with Shower

Request Request AU$ 5,569 AU$ 8,808

HF - Balcony Stateroom with Shower

Request Request AU$ 6,169 AU$ 9,750

HE - Balcony Stateroom with Shower

Request Request AU$ 6,229 AU$ 9,846

HD - Balcony Stateroom with Shower

Request Request AU$ 6,339 AU$ 10,022

HC - Balcony Stateroom with Shower

Request Request AU$ 6,449 AU$ 10,198

HB - Balcony Stateroom with Shower

Request Request AU$ 6,489 AU$ 10,262

HA - Balcony Stateroom with Shower

Request Request AU$ 6,569 AU$ 10,390

C5 - Mini-Suite with Bath/Shower

Request Request AU$ 9,299 AU$ 18,328

B4 - Suite with Bath/Shower

AU$ 6,117 Request AU$ 10,589 AU$ 20,898

Please note, while prices and inclusions are accurate at time of loading they are subject to change due to changes in cruise line policies and pricing and due to currency fluctuations. Currency surcharges may apply. Please check details of price and inclusions at time of booking.

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