Secret places of the Mediterranean cruise
Discover Spain, France and Italy's most delightful monuments with Pullmantur
The Western Mediterranean, which is to say, Spain, France and Italy, is a stunning region with a millennial history. These three countries boast some of the most impressive landscapes in Europe, all of which are home to a remarkable amount of unique monuments. Pullmantur's Secret Corners of the Mediterranean cruise enables you to explore them all over the course of an eight day adventure.
Our voyage begins and ends in the city of Barcelona, from which we'll head to Mahón, one of the most remarkable cities in the Balearic Islands, and later to Ajaccio, in French Corsica, prior to our tour of Portovenere, Piombino and Portofino, three amazing Italian cities.
Aboard this Pullmantur cruise you will have a unique opportunity to see some of Spain, France and Italy's finest monuments, ranging from Barcelona's Gothic Quarter to the Plaza del Príncipe in Mahón, Ajaccio's Citadel or the towns that make up Italy's Cinque Terre region. In addition to these wonders, you will also see some of the Mediterranean's most stunning landscapes, including Portovenere Regional Natural Park and the beaches of Portofino.
Travel to Mahón and discover the island that boasts the best landscapes in the Mediterranean
From there he head out to the capital of Menorca, Mahón. The north-westernmost island of the Balearic Archipelago is a natural wonderland: less than 5% of the island has been urbanized, and for this reason, Menorca's landscapes are among the best preserved in Europe. One glowing example is s'Albufera des Grau Natural Park. While in Mahón itself, monumental squares like the Plaza de España and iconic buildings like Can'Oliver Palace, as well as the incredible views from the promenade, are a must.
Afterwards, our Pullmantur cruise takes you to Ajaccio, capital of the French island of Corsica. Among all things to see in Ajaccio Napoleon Bonaparte birthplace stands out, as does the beautiful City Hall, the Cathedral of Santa Mari and the Lantivy Palace.