The Mediterranean Sea is surrounded by captivating cities draped in history, romance and natural beauty. Explore the unique culture, beaches and historic sites throughout the vast region at these stunning Mediterranean cruise ports:
One of Europe’s most bustling cities and Greece’s capital, Athens, portrays a grandiose blend of the ancient and modern world. You’ll find one of the best Mediterranean cruise ports in Athens, where there is plenty of Greek culture, history and cuisine to explore.
Bordering the turquoise Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik offers stunning beaches and picturesque neighborhoods many voyagers don’t expect. The old Croatian city features cobbled streets, terracotta rooftops, a medieval fortress and a surrounding countryside that practices Old World living customs.
Located south of Sicily, the capital of the small island nation of Malta offers some of the most spectacular cruise excursions in the Mediterranean. With stunning views of massive medieval fortresses lining the harbor, prehistoric temple structures, extraordinary churches and museums, there is much to see on this coveted island.
An inviting, picture-perfect Mediterranean cruise port destination, Portofino lies on the Italian Riviera coastline. The intimate, charming city is lined with pastel-colored buildings and a cobbled square overlooking the harbor. You’ll be greeted by sunshine, beaches, high-end boutiques and seafood restaurants.
Spain’s second-largest metropolis offers a popular Mediterranean cruise port that offer a gateway to the city’s many iconic attractions and natural beauty. While in Barcelona, discover the marvelous gothic architecture of Antoni Gaudi, old city cafes, museums, shopping, parks and beaches.
Santorini is a head-turning Greek island in the Aegean Sea known for its whitewashed buildings, panoramic sunsets and volcanic-sand beaches. One of the most-visited destinations on Mediterranean cruise shore excursions, Santorini attracts tourists from all over with beautiful stacked buildings, breathtaking shoreline views, deep history and wine-tasting.
The old coastal town of Kotor is brimming with beautiful landscape scenery, Romanesque cathedrals, winding streets, restaurants, cafes and shopping. Situated among the limestone-covered Lovćen mountain range, the city is filled with stunning cruise views and hiking opportunities for adventure-seeking groups.