Popular Rome cruises around Italy visit ports of call along Italy’s famed Amalfi Coast, the Italian Mediterranean island Sicily and the Aeolian Islands, Malta, and ports along the Dalmatian Coast – Dalmatia.
Amalfi Coast cruises ports of call along Italy’s west coast include the original Maritime Republic of Amalfi. The Ancient Roman Port Gaeta, Positano, Sorrento, and Capri are Southern Italy ports of call typically included with an Amalfi Coast cruise.
With Mt Vesuvius towering over the Bay of Naples enjoy the views as you cruise along the Amalfi Coast to Sorrento, Positano, and Capri. In Sicily the ancient Greek ports Taormina, Siracusa, Messina and Trapani are Mediterranean cruise highlights. The Aeolian islands include Stromboli and Lipari, volcanic paradises set in the Tyrrhenian Sea.
The Dalmatian Coast ports of call Dubrovnik, Hvar, Karcula, Koper, Kotor, Pula, Rovinj, Sibenik, and Split are among the popular Adriatic ports of call. In Italy along the Adriatic Ravenna, Bari, Otranto, and Venice are full of Etruscan, Roman, Byzantine, and Renaissance history.
These cruise itineraries are typically for small ships. The small ships can reach these smaller ports. Small ships means luxury Italian cruising. Cruise to the marvelous ports along Italy’s coasts. For the best deal on Amalfi Coast cruises around Italy to Sicily, the Dalmatian Coast, and Venice click the links below for more information or call us 800.227.1577.
Rome Cruises Around Italy to Amalfi Coast, Sicily, Dalmatian Coast, and Venice
Below are the best 2017 Italy cruises from Rome to Naples, the Amalfi Coast, Sicily, the Dalmatian and Venice. Click links for more information and to book your Italy cruise online.
Departs weekly between May and October this is the best value Dalmatian Coast cruise. Enjoy a small ship that goes to ports only small ships can visit. The itinerary includes Mljet, Korcula, Pucisca, Omis, Split, Hvar, Trstenik, and Dubrovnik. The cruise tour includes a guided tour of Korcula, a late stay in Pucisca where you can have dinner on shore, a tour of Omis, a walking tour of Split and late night there where you may enjoy dinner on shore, a out of Hvar and late night so you may enjoy dinner on shore, and final night in Dubrovnik.
Limited departures between May and October this small group cruise tour begins in Dubrovnik and ends in Venice. The vacation package includes 7-night on board a small luxury yacht that carrier 50 passengers. After disembarking in Zadar the tour continues by land with two nights in the seaside resort of Opatija and two nights in Venice.
August 19, 2017 Rome to Venice Cruise with Amalfi, Sicily, and Dalmatian Coasts
Embark Rome for 10-night cruise to the Amalfi Coast, Sicily and up the Adriatic sea to ports of call along the famed Dalmatian Coast. The cruise disembarks Venice with an overnight in port so the luxury ship is your luxury hotel in Venice.
7 Night Rome Cruise Around Western Mediterranean
7 Night Rome Cruise Around Western Med with Sicily & Malta
Departing from Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy
Ports of Call: Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy | Palermo, Sicily, Italy | La Goulette, Tunisia | Barcelona, Spain | Marseille, France | Genoa, Italy
12 Night Rome Cruise Around Italy to Venice with Greek Isles & Turkey