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A Voyage to the Balearic Islands and Italy

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The seven-night Balearic Islands and Italy voyage on the Azamara Quest begins and ends in two of the Mediterranean’s most legendary cities, Barcelona and Rome. As your ship travels between them, it calls at less-visited destinations too—in Spain’s Balearic Islands, on the French island of Corsica, and at the Italian ports of Portoferraio (on Elba) and Livorno. At every port, you’ll soak in the beauty of the Mediterranean in summer, when the sun warms the sea the days are long.
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Passeig Joan Carles I, 17, 07800 Eivissa, Illes Balears, Spain
You’ll start the second day of Azamara’s Balearic Islands and Italy voyage in the port of Ibiza. This sun-kissed island has a reputation as a party destination with discoes that go until dawn. It’s not undeserved, but that’s only one aspect of the...
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After you arrive on Palma de Mallorca on Azamara’s Balearic Islands and Italy voyage, you can visit one of the island’s most fascinating natural sights on the Drach Caves excursion. They’re located near Porto Cristo, a fishing village on a...
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Mahón, Balearic Islands, Spain
Among the ports visited on Azamara’s Balearic Islands and Italy voyage is Menorca, one of the more exclusive of the Balearic Islands and noted for its natural beauty. The Taste of Menorca excursion takes in its sights and flavors. From the island’...
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Bonifacio, France
Azamara’s Balearic Islands and Italy voyage includes an afternoon in a little corner of France, the port of Bonifacio on the island of Corsica. The Bonifacio Highlights walking tour covers some of the most notable sites, and a small train will...
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Elba, Province of Livorno, Italy
Elba is Italy’s third largest island, but at only 86 square miles, it’s a distant third after the largest (Sicily) and second largest (Sardinia). It’s best known for the brief year when Napoleon was exiled here for 300 days in 1814. (He then...