Variety calls the tune – immerse yourself into the Mediterranean lifestyle with good music, elegant wines and fine cuisine
SEA CLOUD II meets Italian arias and French chansons, accompanied by young talents from the Hamburg University of Music & Theatre: Aditi Smeets (soprano), Megumi Kuroda (piano), Álvaro Baltanás (piano) und Daniel Arias (violincello).
- Three countries, eight ports, 1000 facets: Along the Mediterranean coasts, a fascinating wealth of different landscapes and lifestyles awaits, which you can discover quite enjoyably at your own pace.
- The little town Menton on the Eastern Côte d’Azur is a lot less touristy than its flashy neighbors Cannes and Nice, enchanting visitors with Italian flair and pastel-colored facades in its old town.
- Sète: With its colorful facades, canals and bridges, the little port is considered the “Venice of Languedoc”.
- Its successful blend of baroque elegance and a lively student scene is one of the reasons why Aix-en-Provence ranks amongst France’s top five of the most popular places to live.
- The fjords of Provence: the Calanques. More than 20 fjordlike bays cut into the wildly romantic coastline between Marseille and Cassis.
- Barcelona and its famous architect: Gaudí. Like no other public figure, the idiosyncratic architect shaped the city with his fairy-tale buildings full of organic shapes and extravagant ideas.
- Tarragona: a walk into the ancient world. Here, the Romans once built a provincial forum, circus and amphitheater (now a UNESCO World Heritage Site).