You might have heard of the Mediterranean sea cruises that offer a variety of breathtaking adventures along the banks of the Adriatic.
There are some pretty spectacular sea cruisers out there, like the Pembroke, the Blue Lagoon, and the Cunard Line, but many more cruise ships offer a more adventurous experience.
Here’s what you need to know to get you there.
Read more The most common destinations on the Mediterranean are Italy, Spain, France, Greece, and Turkey.
Most of the world’s cruise ships leave port in Istanbul, but there are also smaller groups that may visit other parts of the country.
Here are some of the most popular Mediterranean cruises, which are in different regions of Europe.
Italy A lot of the cruises on the Italian coast are small groups.
The Pembo, which is operated by the Spanish cruise line Carnival, has a crew of five people, and it can take you up to 2,500 kilometers (1,200 miles) on the ocean.
It’s the cheapest option for most Europeans.
It usually takes you about a month to travel the length of the coast, which can be quite expensive.
The Blue Lagoo, which has its own crew, is the second most popular cruise ship in Italy.
It leaves Porto, and you can make the trip in just four days, according to its website.
The Cunards Line, which operates out of Italy’s Porto Sant’Angelo, has two crew and is the cheapest way to travel to and from Europe.
There is a small group on board, but you can expect to spend about $2,200 to $3,500 per person.
The Black Lagoon is the most famous of the Italian cruise lines, which offer a few stops along the way.
The ship, which also offers a crew, can take up to 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) per day.
The cruises depart from the port of Catania in Italy, but are usually more popular with locals.
There’s a small crew aboard, and there are no onboard restaurants or cafes, so you may have to sit out in the sun.
Spain It’s one of the richest countries in the world, but it’s a long way from Italy to the coast of Sicily.
Spain’s Mediterranean coastline is divided into four sections, which all have their own distinct characteristics.
The Canary Islands, known as the Canary Islands of the South, are located in the east of Spain, while Catalonia, which lies to the north of the island nation, is in the west.
Each region of Spain has its different beaches, which attract tourists from around the world.
The Spanish coast has many natural wonders, like Mont Blanc and the Andes Mountains.
You can easily spend the entire day exploring the region, and if you want a more leisurely trip, there are some small cruise ships that offer tours and meals.
France There are four main French coastlines, and many cruise ships dock in the area.
There were more than 200 cruise ships operating in France in 2016.
The most popular cruises are those from the Mediterranean to the Bay of Biscay, but the French are also known for their spectacular scenery.
The Bay of Nuits, which takes you on a two-day cruise, offers a number of stunning scenery, such as the Argo Bridge and the Grand Canal.
There may also be some small group cruises for families and groups.
Greece There are about 100 cruise ships in Greece, which may not be the most crowded part of the continent, but they are a good place to see the sights.
There will be a lot of activity at these ships, as they are usually busy during Carnival cruise ships’ annual Christmas cruise, which celebrates the Greek Easter.
The islands of Crete, Rhodes, and Gelaion are also popular stops, and some small groups can also visit the islands.
Turkey There are only about 100 vessels operating in Turkey, but most of them have a crew that can accommodate up to 6,000 people.
Some of the ships offer guided tours, while others offer daily and overnight excursions.
Some cruise ships sail from Istanbul to Istanbul, and most of the time, there is a limited number of people on board.
There was also a small fleet of luxury cruise ships, which operated out of Istanbul.
They operate in Istanbul for about one month, and sometimes leave in the middle of the night, making it easier to get in and out of the area during the summer.
Portugal The Portuguese coast has the largest coastline in Europe, and its most popular destinations are the Algarve Islands and the Atlantic Ocean.
It is a very beautiful place to spend a holiday, especially during the winter months, as it has plenty of natural wonders to explore.
There have been cruise ships sailing from Lisbon to Algarvados, and in some cases, from Algarva to Alves.
If you’re interested in exploring some of these sites, there’s also a tour