Explore some of the finest destinations in the Mediterranean including Tuscany and Corsica onboard the wonderful Enchanted Princess.
- Flight from Dublin to Rome
- Airport transfers to the port
- 7 nights onboard the 5* Enchanted Princess based on 2 sharing
- Ocean MedallionTM wearable smart device
- Superb dining on a full board basis
- Entertainment onboard
- Return transfer from port to airport
- Flight from Rome to Dublin
- Taxes, charges and 20kg check-in bag per person
Departing from Civitavecchia, the historic port close to Rome, this 7 night cruise sails to the French island of Corsica and on to the British outcrop on the tip of Spain, Gibraltar. You next cruise to Provence to the French city of Marseille and on to Livorno, the Tuscany port close to Florence and Pisa. Your cruise comes to an end as you sail back to Civitavecchia.
An extraordinary new cruise experience. Setting sail in Europe in 2020.
Enchanted Princess℠, the fifth in line of our Royal-class ships, shares all of their spectacular style and luxury, and introduces new attractions all her own. Get ready for exquisite, one-of-a-kind dining experiences. The most pools and whirlpool hot tubs ever. World-class entertainment venues hosting dazzling performances. As well as the breathtaking new Sky Suite, with expansive views from our largest balcony at sea.
Booking RemarksInclusive of taxes and service charges as indicated
Non-refundable non-transferable deposit of 15% required at time of booking unless otherwise stated. Balance due 16 weeks from departure
Optional Insurance available (call for details)
Child and family prices available on request
These prices are guidelines only and are subject to change and availability. Pricing will be confirmed at time of booking.
Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy
On arrival in Rome, you will be transferred to the port in Civitavecchia to board your cruise ship, the 5* Enchanted Princess.
Ajaccio, Corsica, France
Ajaccio is a relaxed and good-looking place for a visit to Corsica, with an exceptionally mild climate, and a wealth of smart cafés, restaurants and shops. The core of the old town of Ajaccio – a cluster of ancient streets spreading north and south of place Foch, which opens out to the seafront by the port and the marina – holds the most interest. Nearby, to the west, place de Gaulle forms the modern centre and is the source of the main thoroughfare, cours Napoléon, which extends parallel to the sea almost 2 km to the northeast. West of place de Gaulle stretches the modern part of town fronted by the beach, overlooked at its eastern end by the citadelle. Once the site of the town’s medieval gate, place Foch lies at the heart of old Ajaccio.
The Rock crouches over the sea like an ancient stone beast, looking Sphinx-like to Africa. Beneath the white cliffs of this natural fortress grows a profusion of palm, pine, and cypress. No fewer than 600 varieties of flowers thrive here, some not found anywhere else on Earth. Gibraltar’s stunning setting is matched by its history – five countries have battled for 13 centuries to control the passage between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. The result made for a cultural melting pot. Veiled Moroccan women in caftans and vacationing Englishmen and Spaniards stroll along the narrow, steep lanes. The locals revert to a liquid Spanish when talking among themselves. And visitors to a 15th-century cathedral pass through a blue-tiled courtyard, once part of a 13th-century mosque.
Helmeted bobbies, pillar-boxes and pubs make for a bit of Britain in the Mediterranean. Gibraltar is a fascinating place, from its caves and batteries to the Barbary apes gamboling on the slopes of the Rock.
Whether it is basking in the Mediterranean sunshine or being cooled by the famous Mistral wind France’s second largest city and the capital of the Provence- Côte d’Azur region, is always a fascinating place to visit and a wonderful place for a leisurely lunch.
As France’s most important port, Marseille boasts connections with Africa, Italy and Spain. The strong mistral wind blows away all traces of pollution and provides a clarity of air so pure that many famous artists have been attracted to the city: Cézanne; Braque; Derain; Dufy and Marquet.
Tuscany’s third-largest city is a quintessential port town with a colourful history and cosmopolitan heritage. Declared a free port in the 17th century, Livorno (Leghorn in English) attracted traders from across the globe, who brought with them new customs and habits, exotic goods, slaves and foreign forms of worship. The result was a city famed throughout Europe for its multiculturalism. Today its seafood is the best on the Tyrrhenian coast, its shabby historic quarter threaded with Venetian-style canals is full of character, and its elegant belle époque buildings offer evocative reminders of a prosperous past. An easy train trip from Florence, Pisa and Rome, it makes an understated but undeniably worthwhile stop on any Tuscan itinerary.
Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy
Your cruise comes to an end as you sail back into Civitavecchia port. After disembarkation, you will be transferred to the airport in Rome for your flight to Dublin.
Enchanted Med & Adriatic
Explore some of the finest destinations in the Med & discover the beautiful Adriatic onboard the wonderful Enchanted Princess.…
Explore some of the finest destinations in the Mediterranean & discover the beautiful Adriatic onboard the wonderful Enchanted Princess.…