34 Night Grand Voyage from Athens to Tenerife, onboard Aegean Odyssey

Departure date: 18 October 2018
Embark port: Athens (Piraeus) Greece
Cruise line: Voyages to Antiquity
Ship: Aegean Odyssey


Special Inclusions

Fly FREE^ - Make a booking before 08 October 2018 & receive FREE Airfares!

GRAND GREECE, EGYPT, SICILY, SPAIN & MOROCCO – Fly, Cruise & Stay package includes:
- FREE^ Return economy class airfares with a full service carrier from Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide or Perth to Athens, return from Tenerife
- 4 night pre cruise hotel stay Athens
- 30 night Grand Voyage cruise aboard Aegean Odyssey from Athens to Tenerife
- All gratuities on board ship, transfers, luggage handling
- All shipboard meals and wine/beer/soft drinks with dinner on board
- A comprehensive range of included Shore excursions, with several options at selected ports
- Lecture programme featuring expert guest speakers
- Air Taxes


Cabin Twin

H - Premium Oceanview Stateroom

F - Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom

C - Deluxe Stateroom With Veranda


Pre-Cruise Itinerary
Date Activity
17/10/18 Fly from Australia to Athens
18/10/18 Arrive Athens, transfer to hotel
Cruise Itinerary
Date Activity Arrive Depart
18/10/18 Athens (Piraeus) Greece Hotel
19/10/18 Athens (Piraeus) Greece Hotel
20/10/18 Delphi, Greece Hotel
21/10/18 Navplion, Greece Hotel
22/10/18 Athens (Piraeus) Greece Embark 08:00 PM
23/10/18 Heraklion, Greece 08:00 AM 10:00 PM
24/10/18 At sea - -
25/10/18 Alexandria, Egypt Disembark Hotel
26/10/18 Alexandria, Egypt Hotel
27/10/18 Alexandria, Egypt Embark 10:00 PM
28/10/18 At sea - -
29/10/18 Rhodes, Greece 06:00 AM 01:00 PM
30/10/18 Athens (Piraeus) Greece 06:00 AM 08:00 PM
31/10/18 Santorini, Greece 08:00 AM 06:00 PM
01/11/18 Heraklion, Greece 06:00 AM 06:00 PM
02/11/18 Chania, Crete 07:00 AM Midnight
03/11/18 At sea - -
04/11/18 Valletta, Malta 08:00 AM 08:00 PM
05/11/18 Catania, Sicily. IT 08:00 AM 06:00 PM
06/11/18 Palermo, Sicily. IT 07:00 AM 08:00 PM
07/11/18 Trapani, Italy 07:00 AM 06:00 PM
08/11/18 At sea - -
09/11/18 At sea - -
10/11/18 Malaga, Spain 07:00 AM 11:00 PM
11/11/18 At sea - -
12/11/18 Seville, Spain 03:00 PM overnight
13/11/18 Seville, Spain Midnight
14/11/18 Cadiz, Spain 11:00 AM 04:00 PM
15/11/18 Casablanca, Morocco Disembark Transfer to Fez
15/11/18 Fez, Morocco Hotel
16/11/18 Casablanca, Morocco Embark overnight
17/11/18 Casablanca, Morocco Disembark Transfer to Marrakesh
17/11/18 Marrakech, Morocco Hotel
18/11/18 Agadir, Morocco Embark 07:00 PM
19/11/18 Arrecife, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain 02:00 PM 07:00 PM
20/11/18 La Palma, Canary Islands 02:00 PM 07:00 PM
21/11/18 Tenerife, Canary Islands 06:00 AM
Post-Cruise Itinerary
Date Activity
21/11/18 Transfer to Tenerife Airport for flight to Australia
22/11/18 Arrive Australia
Itinerary may vary by sailing date and itineraries may be changed at the cruise lines discretion. Please check itinerary details at time of booking and before booking other travel services such as airline tickets.

Cruise Description

34 Night Cruise and Land package sailing from Athens to Tenerife aboard Aegean Odyssey. Hotel stays in Athens, Delphi, Nauplia, Alexandria, Fez & Marrakesh.

From a two-night hotel stay in Athens to the Atlantic coast and the Canary Islands, this grand voyage offers an incredible odyssey through ancient Italy to Spain and Morocco, beginning with a four-day tour of classical Greece, including hotel stays in Delphi and Nauplia for the monastery of Osios Loukas and Mycenae.

See the Greek amphitheatre of Epidaurus and Corinth, one of the largest cities of the ancient world. Explore the Minoan site of Akrotiri and the Minotaur’s Labyrinth of Knossos. In Alexandria, explore the Pompey's Pillar, Egyptian Museum of Antiquities and the famous Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx. Whilst in Rhodes, visit the Acropolis of Lindos. Stroll through Chania’s Old Town and the cobblestone streets of Oia in Santorini. Then sail into the spectacular Maltese harbour of Valletta.

Explore Sicily’s Greek and Roman ruins, the Palatine Chapel and the Cathedral in Palermo. Visit the ancient temple of Segesta or Erice, then cruise up the Guadalquivir River to Seville, to visit the Royal Palace of Alcazar or the Great Mosque of Cordoba.

Enjoy the sights of Cadiz and sherry-tasting In Jerez, before sailing to Morocco, for a chance to explore Casablanca, Marrakesh and the historic walled city of Taroudant. Finally, in the Canaries, enjoy excursions to the Caldera de Taburiente National Park, the Fire Mountains of Timanfaya and the volcanic coastline of Los Hervideros.

Highlights of this cruise:

The port of Piraeus is one of the last old-style Mediterranean ports from where you can catch ferries to all of the Greek islands and travel a short distance to Greece's capital city Athens.

In the heart of the city lies the ancient Plaka district, with its honeycomb of streets, little shops - and tavernas that come alive at night. Situated on the north and east slopes of the Acropolis, it is rich with historic sites, such as ancient monuments and churches. Within Athens there are eight large hills, including the Acropolis, and on the outskirts, Mount Parnitha, Mount Pendeli and Mount Hymettos surround the city. A trip to Athens' most famous tourist attraction, the impressive Parthenon built on the Acropolis around 2,500 years ago, will be memorable to say the least.

There are an extraordinary number of historic tourist sights in Athens and many of these are known world-wide. Some of the top Athens attractions include the Agora - a grand, ruined Roman building, Hadrian's Arch - originally the city gate linking the Roman quarters with original town of Athens and the stunning Dionysos Theatre - the world's oldest theatre where many great plays have been performed over the years.

Santorini is a small, circular archipelago of volcanic islands located in the southern Aegean Sea, about 200 km south-east from Greece's mainland. It is one of the best-known of the Cyclades where towering cliffs crowned by tiny white houses plunge straight into the depths of the sea. The steep coastline of the west is countered by the vast beaches of the east side, some of them sandy and others with pebbles.

Santorini is famous for dramatic views, stunning sunsets from Oia town, the strange white aubergine, the town of Thira and naturally its very own active volcano. There are also fantastic beaches such as the Perissa and Kamari.

The Island of Rhodes is the sunniest place in Europe; it averages 300 days of sunshine per year. It is the fourth largest island in Greece. Occupied by Italy until only 56 years ago, it is now “occupied” by thousands of enthralled international visitors.

The “palia poli” (the old city) is the medieval city of Rhodes, surrounded by a high defensive wall. It is one of the few medieval cities still inhabited in its largest part, excluding its museums, of course. Walking along its cobbled streets one is reminded of iron-armored horse’s hooves clapping, and steel swords clashing and clanging

The New Town of Rhodes, just a short distance from the Old Town, is where the beaches lie, and where hotels, shops, restaurants, discotheques, and even a casino, are packed together to create a lively ambience. A walk in Rodini Park is a must. This park is perhaps the first landscaped park in the world. It is a couple of kilometers away from the Old Town, and one can see part of the ancient aqueduct system of Rhodes within it.

No visit of Rhodes is complete without visiting Lindos. You'll find Lindos at a distance of 55 kilometers from Rhodes town, on the eastern side of the island. Built in the 12th Century B.C., it is now a top-class resort, with a fine sandy beach and a tiny lagoon, which reflects the whitewashed houses and the Lindos Acropolis above. The village contains many houses dating from the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries, which are known as “the houses of the captains.” Their architecture and decoration are unique in the Greek world.

Valletta and its suburb town of Floriana are perched on the steep Sciberras peninsula jutting out into Malta's two deep natural harbours, Grand Harbour and Marsamxett Harbour. Valletta is the Islands' fortress city. Founded by the Knights of St John in 1566, it is known as the 'city built by gentlemen for gentlemen' ; a 16th century architectural masterpiece.

Valletta is very much a working, capital city; a bustling cultural centre and the administrative and commercial heart of the Islands. Walking around Valletta, you'll come across an amazing number of historical sites, squares, courtyards, gardens and any number of cafés to visit. The city is a delight to shop in: narrow side streets are full of tiny shops selling antiques, maps, books, prints and jewellery.

This lovely capital of Spain's Costa del Sol has an ancient history that goes back to Phoenician times. Presiding over the city is the majestic Moorish citadel, the Alcazaba. Visit Pablo Picasso's birthplace in the Plaza de la Merced or some of the beautiful old churches: Sagrario with its 16th century alter and Santiago with its Moorish tower. Venture to hilltop Mijas for an enchanting example of an Andalusian village.

Málaga is surrounded by mountains, lying in the southern base of the Axarquía hills, and two rivers, the Guadalmedina (on the left bank) and the Guadalhorce, flow near the city into the Mediterranean. The inner city of Málaga is just behind the harbour. The quarters of El Perchel, La Trinidad and Lagunillas surround this centre.

Apart from all the cultural attractions, Malaga is a perfect location to enjoy life. The relaxed Mediterranean atmosphere and the perfect climate attract many tourists.

The people in Malaga (Malagueños), are known for going out at night for a chat, a drink or to eat out. The town therefore has a great variation of restaurants, bars and bodegas, which are normally busy throughout the week. The Malagueños are also known for loving everything about their town and are particularly proud of their world famous citizen, the painter Pablo Picasso.

Casablanca is a city in western Morocco, located on the Atlantic Ocean. It is the capital of the Grand Casablanca region and Morocco's largest city as well as its chief port. It is the cosmopolitan, industrial and economic heart of Morocco.

Among the most visible aspects of Casablanca are the wide boulevards flanked by white, tall buildings. The streets fan out from the Place de Nations Unies. This place is the focal point of downtown Casablanca, and also the point where the modern town meets the medina. The old city of Casablanca is conveniently located, just off the main town square from where all avenues radiate, and near the sea.

Casablanca is home to the Hassan II Mosque, designed by the French architect Michel Pinseau. It is situated on a promontory on the Atlantic. The mosque has room for 25,000 worshippers inside, and a further 80,000 can be accommodated in the mosque's courtyard. Its minaret is the world's tallest at 210 metres. The mosque is also the largest in North Africa, and the third largest in the world.

The most varied and one of the most attractive of the Canary island group, Tenerife offers a truly incredible variety of landscape, vegetation and climate, owing to the high mountainous crest which clearly divides the island in two. Giving, on one hand, a lush, fertile and humid North Coast and a dry, desert like, arid Southern Coast on the other.

Tenerife offers a complete range of leisure activities to satisfy all kinds of tastes. Golf courses, yacht marinas, conference centres, theme parks and beaches. Its capital and main port is Santa Cruz, a very friendly town with beautiful parks and lively streets.

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