From Marseille, you will board Le Jacques-Cartier for an 8-day cruise sailing from the majestic Italian coast to Greece.
You will visit the city of Bastia, nestling at the foot of the Serra di Pigno. The gateway to the authentic and wild Cap Corse area, it comes alive around the large Saint-Nicolas Square while, from the high town, the citadel watches over this city with Genovese origins.
Then you will follow the Italian coast to Civitavecchia, with its dolce vita atmosphere, from where you can discover the Italian heritage and visit Rome.
You'll then make a stop in Castellammare di Stabia on the Bay of Naples. This former thermal town, very reputed in ancient times, is located near Mount Vesuvius, which stands more than 1,000 metres (3,280 feet) high. In particular, you'll have the possibility of discovering Pompeii and the archaeological remains that bear witness to its grandeur during the Roman era.
After a stop in Katakolon, your ship will join the Delphi sanctuary of Greek gods which you will reach via Itea. Delphi is located on a grandiose site that is one of Greece's most beautiful natural landscapes. You will walk in the footsteps of the pilgrims of old, who came here to consult the famous oracle.
On board Le Jacques-Cartier, you will take the astonishing Corinth Canal, a famous sea channel dug out by men in the 19th century.
Your cruise will end in Athens, the mythical city dominated by the Acropolis and its monuments that form the most extraordinary architectural and artistic collection bequeathed by Ancient Greece to the rest of the world.