Celestyal Cruises promise to stir the senses and allow guests to explore brand-new experiences in every port they visit. Sailing mainly in the Mediterranean, the line visits both iconic destinations and some so intimate that larger ships simply cannot go there. It’s more than just a cruise, it’s a whole new adventure for the mind, body, and soul. Are you ready for an epic Greek adventure?
Visit places famous for their natural beauty, crystal clear waters and fantastic cuisine. This part of the world really is for those who love life and want to immerse themselves in their cruise experience from morning until night.
Celestyal Cruises – what’s included?
Pretty much everything is included with Celestyal Cruises: dining, unlimited classic drinks, selected shore excursions, entertainment, port charges and gratuities. It really is a full-inclusive cruise experience. Any additional costs will be for things such as spa treatments, shopping, Wi-Fi, and photographs.
Celestyal Cruises – let’s go on a Greek adventure!
Idyllic Aegean – this 7-night cruise departs from Athens and visits some of the most incredible destinations that Greece has to offer – there are numerous dates available, too!
Itinerary: Sailing from Athens (Pireaus), visiting Thessaloniki (Greece), Kusadasi (Turkey), Rhodes, Heraklion (Crete), Santorini, Santorini, Mykonos, Mykonos, Milos (Greece), ending in Athens (Pireaus).
Iconic Aegean – this 4-night cruise is the ideal choice if you are thinking of cruising for the first time. It allows you to experience a ship-based holiday while also having ample time to explore the ports that are offered. Again, there are numerous dates available.
Itinerary: Sailing from Lavrio (Athens), visiting Mykonos, Kusadasi (Turkey), Patmos (Greece), Rhodes, Heraklion (Crete), Santorini, ending in Lavrio (Athens).
If you like the sound of this itinerary but would prefer to do it across 3-days, that’s also available. The 3-day sailing also departs from Lavrio.
Itinerary: Sailing from Lavrio (Athens), visiting Mykonos, Kusadasi (Turkey), Patmos (Greece), Heraklion (Crete), Santorini, ending in Lavrio (Athens).
We also love the fact that these sailings can also be combined (back-to-back) with other sailings, or you could factor in a land-based stay pre-or-post cruise. The options are endless!
Celestyal Cruises in the Autumn
If you’d prefer to visit the islands of Greece outside of the high summer season, then Celestyal Cruises also has a range of itineraries available when places will be less crowded and a little cooler. Our favourites are:
Eclectic Aegean – a 7-night cruise that not only takes in some of Greece’s most historical ports, but one that also gives you the chance to visit beautiful Istanbul in Turkey.
Itinerary: Sailing from Athens (Pireaus), visiting Istanbul, Istanbul, Kavala, Thessaloniki (Greece), Volos (Greece), Santorini, ending in Athens (Pireaus).
Three Continents – leaving the majority of Greece behind – except for sailing from Athens and visiting Rhodes – you’ll head off on a real adventure of a cruise on this 7-night option. Egypt, Turkey, Israel, and Cyprus all await!
Itinerary: Sailing from Athens (Pireaus), visiting Port Said (Egypt), Ashdod (Israel), Limassol (Cyprus), Rhodes, Kusadasi (Turkey), ending in Athens (Pireaus).
So, now that we’ve tempted you, which one will you choose?