The Mediterranean Sea is large and offers several options for cruise itineraries. Eastern and Western Mediterranean trips are very different in geography and weather. And off-season voyages in the fall, winter or spring have advantages over the crowds of summer.
Athens to Barcelona cruises: Cross the Mediterranean from Greece to Spain.
Athens to Rome cruises: Explore from one ancient city to another.
Athens to Venice cruises: Journey from Greece to Italy through the Adriatic Sea.
Barcelona to Athens cruises: One-way across the length of the Med.
Barcelona to Rome cruises: A very popular route that might include islands of the Med.
Barcelona to Venice cruises: Cruise from Spain to Italy through the entire Mediterranean region.
Rome to Athens cruises: Italy to Greece cruises go to multiple islands.
Rome to Barcelona cruises: Italy to Spain cruises that visit Riviera ports.
Rome to Venice cruises: sail between the two leading Italian ports.
10-day Mediterranean Cruises: mid-length cruise around the Med out of Spain or Italy.
14-day Mediterranean Cruises: two-week grand Mediterranean voyages.