58 new 2022 Mediterranean voyages released by Ponant

From Corsica and Sicily to the Cyclades, and Barcelona to Istanbul

Ponant has unveiled an extensive collection of around 60 itineraries in the Mediterranean for 2022, ranging from seven- to 14-nights and departing between March and October.

Destinations visited include Italy, France, Spain, Croatia, Montenegro, Malta, Greece, Corsica, Turkey, Jordan, Egypt, Israel, Ukraine and Georgia.

Many UNESCO World Heritage sites are explored by Ponant, with guests embracing local civilisations through history, art, music, architecture, language and boundless culinary temptations.

Le Bougainville, Marseille | © Ponant/Philip Plisson

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“Now is the perfect time to consider these small-ship cruise options for the 2022 season, especially for those who saw their travel plans postponed in 2020 and 2021,” says Deb Corbett, General Manager Sales & Marketing Asia Pacific for Ponant.

Sample 2022 Mediterranean itineraries include:

Ancient Civilisations of Eastern Mediterranean ** NEW **
Aqaba to Valetta | 10 nights aboard Le Bougainville or Le Bellot
Departs 5 March and 9 April 2022.

** EXCLUSIVE ** Black Sea Odyssey
Istanbul to Istanbul | 12 nights aboard Le Bougainville
Departs 30 July 2022 – one departure only!

Island Hoping in the Mediterranean – Italian Coast, Malta & Sicily
Valetta to Nice | 7 nights aboard Le Jacques Cartier
Departs 5 and 18 May, 7 and 21 October 2022.

Le Lyrial, Croatia | credit: Ponant

The Heart of the Greek Islands
Athens to Athens | 7 nights aboard Le Bougainville, Le Lyrial or Le Jacques-Cartier
11 departures between June & September 2022.

The Best of Croatia
Venice to Venice | 7 nights aboard Le Lyrial or Le Jacques-Cartier
18 departures between June & September 2022.

Ponant is also offering up to 30% savings and an additional AU$800 per stateroom saving Welcome Offer for first-time Ponant guests.

“These offers are limited and will not last, so I suggest you plan and book now,” Corbett added.

More details here.

Lead image: La Laperouse a Taormina, Cote est de la Sicile © Ponant

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