This will be Costa Cruises‘ largest season in the Mediterranean since 2014. With its entire fleet now returning to service, the Italian brand will offer an extensive program in the Mediterranean in 2023.
It will offer weeklong cruises in the Western Mediterranean as the company’s largest and newest ship.
Costa Smeralda, Toscana’s sister ship, also sails the Western Mediterranean year-round.
The Costa Fortuna will offer a series of 14-night cruises in 2023, sailing to different destinations in the Eastern Mediterranean, the Greek Islands, and the Canary Islands.
There are eleven destinations in Italy, Spain, France, and Greece on the itinerary, including Messina, Savona, Palma de Mallorca, Marseille, Mykonos, and Heraklion.
Costa Pacifica is also sailing a unique itinerary that departs from Taranto, in Puglia, and Catania, in Sicily, as part of the program. In addition to stops in Greece and Malta, the weeklong cruise will be offered throughout the entire summer season.
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