Costa Fascinosa | Malta to Malta 2024

  • Duration

    7 Nights | June/July/August/Sep

  • Location

    • Catania, Italy
    • Sun Taranto, Italy
    • Santorini, Greece
    • Mykonos, Greece
  • CRUISE from:

    EBD Rates applicable for bookings until 18 December 2023

FriValletta, Malta18:00
SatCatania, Italy07:0017:00
SunTaranto, Italy09:0019:00
Mon At Sea
TueSantorini, Greece08:0018:00
WedMykonos, Greece08:0020:00
Thu At Sea
FriValletta, Mlata08:00

2024 Sailing Dates

07 June
21 June
28 June
12 July
02 August
09 August
16 August
23 August
30 August
06 September
13 September

FriValletta, Malta18:00
SatCatania, Italy07:0017:00
SunTaranto, Italy09:0019:00
Mon Zakynthos, Greece12:0020:00
TueSouda, Crete, greece12:0020:00
WedMykonos, Greece08:0020:00
Thu At Sea
FriValletta, Mlata08:00

2024 Sailing Dates

14 June
05 July
19 July
26 July

Prices are per person and include

  • 7 Nights Cruise on Full board basis
  • All port taxes

Not Included

  • Drinks
  • Tips (compulsory, to be paid on board) – €11.00 per night per person 14 years and over, €5.50 per night for children 4-13 years. Correct at time of print.
  • Shore Excursions
  • Travel Insurance


  • Infants & Children sharing with 2 adults (Up to 17 years) pay only €160.
  • Single supplement on request.

Tips, drinks and excursion rates are correct at time of print and are subject to change

Shore Excursions

3 Excursions

The Trulli Fairy Tale


You’ll travel to Alberobello on our bus. Accompanied by a local guide, you’ll visit the two urban areas with the greatest number of trulli: Rione Monti to the south, where there are roughly a thousand trulli used as craft workshops, and Rione Aia Piccola, with around 400 units that are actual homes belonging to local inhabitants. These buildings, which are typically white, cylindrical and topped with a dome, date from the mid-14th century and have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. An edict of the Kingdom of Naples levied a tax on every new building. This is how the idea of the trulli was conceived; as they were built without mortar, they were considered to be temporary constructions and therefore not taxable. The whiteness of the walls indicates purity and the whitewashed symbols on the dome indicate the family’s religion, while the shape of the overlapping stone pinnacles was the final touch that made your home unique and recognizable. We can’t leave Alberobello without tasting some orecchiette, the traditional Apulian handmade pasta, accompanied by a glass of wine.

Oia & Fira, White Santorini

Half Day | 4.5 hrs

Along the way, you’ll be struck by the evocative landscapes of the caldera, the volcanic crater now swallowed up by the sea, surrounded by the Santorini island group that includes Therasia and Aspronisi on the outer edges and the Kameni islands in the center. Oia is iconic with its up and down marble-paved alleys and typical white houses with blue domed roofs that are characteristic of the whole island. There are many panoramic and photo-worthy views of the nearby islands of Folegandros and Sikinos and the now spent volcano. Whether you choose a jewel with colors that mirror the sea or one made with lava stone, or if you prefer a handcrafted ceramic or picture, you’ll be spoilt for choice among these craft shops. You’ll definitely find an original gift before reaching Fira, the island’s capital, with its narrow streets lined with typical houses.

Mykonos AtoZ

Full Day | 5.5 hrs

The sightseeing tour starts at Agios Ioannis beach and continues at Ornos beach, with its luxury clubs and yachts anchored offshore. In the background you’ll also see the Island of Delos, where legend has it that Apollo was born. In the center of the island you’ll visit the traditional village of Ano Mera, one of the few places unspoilt by modernity. In the main square stand the bell tower and the red dome of the Monastery of Panagia Tourliani, which you will see from the outside: don’t miss the carved marble fountain located in the courtyard. Returning to the coast, there’ll be a photo stop at Kalafatis beach, with Dragonissi, the island shaped like a sleeping dragon, in the background. Last stop is the City of Mykonos, a maze of whitewashed houses: the buildings of Little Venice which look out onto the Aegean and the windmills will complete your gallery.


ADULT €129 | CHILD (2-11yrs) €99
All prices and ports of call are correct at time of print subject to changes