Mediterranean Sea

Legendary island worlds and charming harbors, modern metropolises and quaint alleys in the old town, white cubes of houses and red brick roofs: in the sun-drenched Mediterranean you can enjoy the Mediterranean way of life.
Mediterranean Sea

The south of Europe is multifaceted and characterized by lively lightness. There is a lot to discover here: charming artists’ villages in France, the Moorish heritage of Spain, the cultural cities of Italy, the treasures of antiquity in the Aegean, the island idylls of the Cyclades, baroque splendor on the Adriatic Sea. Depending on your mood, you can enjoy the Mediterranean way of life perfectly.


Full of flair: Italy, France and Spain


Winding lanes and grand boulevards, magnificent cathedrals and Moorish palaces – the Western Mediterranean entices with enthralling history and appealing art, ebullient joie de vivre and fascinating nature. The region is not only a dreamlike sailing area, but also enchants with exciting history, delightful art experiences, varied landscapes and joyful ease.


The many facets of Sicily


The central location of the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea has always aroused great interest: Whether as a colony, a strategic outpost or a trading center. With 3,000 years of cultural history, sunny Sicily impresses as an island with a multitude of facets: with the highest and most active volcano in Europe, Mount Etna, ancient temples and theaters and charming towns and villages, each with its own unique character.


The splendid treasures of the Adriatic Sea


In Venice, you think you are walking through a living painting. Until the 16th century, the romantic lagoon city was a powerful trading center, where the nobility immortalized themselves with magnificent palaces and churches. The influence of the Venetians can still be felt in the entire Adriatic – the territory of that time – even today. Between thousands of small islands, countless new impressions await you: From the impressive waterfalls in the Croatian National Park Krka to the brick-red sea of roofs of Dubrovnik, from the lush green pine forests of Istria to the magnificent mosaics in Ravenna, the Adriatic proudly shows that it has more than just a pearl to offer.


Course to legendary Greek Islands


Fearless sailors, merciless gods and immortal poets – anyone who sails the Aegean Sea under full sails experiences the world of myths and legends first hand. In the legendary Aegean light, the fabulous Cyclades and Sporades present their brilliant blue and white panorama. And among olive groves and pine forests, fine sandy beaches, old monasteries and antique sites, Greece shows itself as a pure idyll.

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