Mediterranean Marvels

Relax on pristine beaches in Saint-Tropez

Embark on a journey to iconic Mediterranean destinations. Depart Civitavecchia and sail to Amalfi, an enchanting town filled with ancient wonders like a twelfth-century Capuchin monastery and a beautiful eleventh-century cathedral and cloister. Nearby, Positano charms all who visit with its colorful fishing boats and Moorish-style houses. Continue to Palermo, a city that cohesively blends its multicultural identity, and Valletta, home to a vast collection of famed landmarks.

Visit Ibiza, where you can take in the stark contrasts of the historic city and the popular modern-day attractions that line its streets. Then, sail to Spain’s Orange Blossom Coast to Castellón, a province dotted with charming medieval villages. Next, stop in Barcelona, where modern sophistication lives harmoniously with tradition and striking architecture mingles with medieval structures, and Marseille, France’s oldest city and gateway to the picturesque landscapes and medieval towns of Provence. Before ending your cruise in Monte Carlo, visit Saint-Tropez, with its pristine beaches on the French Riviera.

Take the next step with us—check out this trip’s official brochure. It includes the complete itinerary and booking information.

Trip Name: Mediterranean Marvels
Date: June 7–18, 2019
Tour Operator: Go Next
Price: From $4,599 per person, based on double occupancy, airfare included from select cities.
Reservations: Contact Go Next (800)-922-3088

1Depart U.S.
2Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy
3Amalfi/Positano, Italy
4Palermo, Italy
5Valletta, Malta
6At Sea
7Ibiza, Spain
8Castellón, Spain
9Barcelona, Spain
10Provence (Marseille), France
11Saint-Tropez, France
12Monte Carlo, Monaco
Mediterranean Marvels map itinerary

IU experts who inspire

Joining you on this trip is two-time Grammy winner Sylvia McNair, who received her master of music with distinction​ from IU in 1983. ​For 35 years, she has traveled the world singing on the biggest and best stages from Carnegie Hall and the Metropolitan Opera to the Berlin Philharmonic and the Salzburg Festival.

Since 2002, Sylvia has been turning her love for singing towards the American Songbook, those popular and enduring songs from the 1920s to the 1950s that were created for​ the​ Broadway Theater and Hollywood films. Sylvia recently retired from IU, having joined the voice faculty at the Jacobs​ School of Music in 2006.


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