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Celestyal Olympia<br>4 Nights Iconic Aegean<br>From Athens return

Celestyal Olympia
4 Nights Iconic Aegean
From Athens return

Ship: Celestyal Olympia
Cruise Line: Celestyal Cruises
Departures: 
Duration: 4 Nights
Ports: Piraeus (Athens), Mykonos, Samos, Pythagoreion, Kusadasi, Ephesus, Patmos, Rhodes, Crete, Heraklion, Santorini, Piraeus (Athens)
Airport gateway (Arrival) : Athens
Airport gateway (Departure) : Athens

Itinerary

Day Port Arrive Depart
Mon Athens (Piraeus), Greece - 11.30
Mon Mykonos*, Greece 18:00 23:00
Tue Samos (Pythagorion)*, Greece 05:00 15:30
Tue Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey 07:30 13:00
Tue Patmos*, Greece 17:45 21:30
Wed Rhodes, Greece 07:00 18:00
Thu Crete (Heraklion), Greece 07:00 12:00
Thu Santorini*, Greece 16:30 21:30
Fri Athens (Piraeus), Greece 07:00

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 *either Samos or Kusadasi - tendering weather permitting

* Ports of call may vary based on itinerary and departure dates selected

 

Cabin Pricing

***All Inclusive Value***

Based on our “Authentic Greek Experience”, as of 2017 all our cruises offer an “All Inclusive Value”:
 

Your cruise price includes:

• Your meals on board: Traditional Greek dishes and international cuisine prepared by our master chefs.

Your drinks on board: Fine international beverages and a selection of local Greek wines and specialties.

• Entertainment on board: Entertainment and Animation throughout the day and the evenings.

Selection of local excursions to the most beautiful places in Greece and the Greek islands.

• All service charges.

* All prices quoted are PER PERSON in Australian Dollars and include taxes, fees and port expenses (if applicable).
* All prices quoted are for the cruise departing on . Prices for alternative departure dates may vary.

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***All Inclusive Value***

Based on our “Authentic Greek Experience”, as of 2017 all our cruises offer an “All Inclusive Value”:
 

Your cruise price includes:

• Your meals on board: Traditional Greek dishes and international cuisine prepared by our master chefs.

Your drinks on board: Fine international beverages and a selection of local Greek wines and specialties.

• Entertainment on board: Entertainment and Animation throughout the day and the evenings.

Selection of local excursions to the most beautiful places in Greece and the Greek islands.

• All service charges.

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Ports

Piraeus (Athens)

Piraeus is located to the south of Athens. It is the capital of the Piraeus Prefecture and belongs to the Athens urban area. It was the port of the ancient city of Athens and it was chosen to serve as the modern port when Athens was re-founded in 1834. Piraeus remains one of the busiest shipping and industrial centres of the Mediterranean.

Country - Greece
Distance from port to City -
Distance to Airport
Currency - Euro Dollar (EUR)

Places of Interest
Greek Maritime Museum and Piraeus Archaeological Museum.

Mykonos

Enjoy wandering through the narrow, winding streets of this delightful seaside village with its whitewashed houses, flowers and brightly painted shutters and doors. Stand beneath the windmills on the hill and visit the Archeological Museum and an old bakery still using a wood-burning stove and in operation since the 15th century!

Country - Greece
Distance from port to City - 0kms
Distance from port to Airport - 4kms
Currency - Euro (EUR)

Places of Interest
The Hora, The Beaches, Delos

Samos

Pythagoreion

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Country - Greece
Distance from port to City - kms
Distance to Airport - kms
Currency -

Places of Interest

Kusadasi

Meander through the ruins of ancient Ephesus, now known as Kusadasi. Marvel at the famed Library of Celsus, the huge amphitheater, the marble roads with their chariot marks, the amazing mosaic sidewalks and the superb, rarely opened Terrace Houses. Or, journey to three monumental cities of antiquity – Priene, Miletus and Didyma, renowned for their majestic temples and impressive, beautifully preserved stadiums.

Country - Turkey
Distance from port to City - 0kms
Distance from port to Airport - 75kms
Currency - Turkish Liyra (YTL)

Places of Interest
Ephesus, St John's Basilica, The Bazaar

Ephesus

Patmos



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Places of Interest

Rhodes

Known as the sun island there are hardly any days when the sun does not shine. The third largest Greek Island, Rhodes today offers its visitor an abundance of year round leisure activities. The warm hospitality of the islanders, the natural beauty of the island and the monuments from her long and turbulent history are not to be missed.

Country - Greece (Rhodes)
Distance from port to City - 0kms
Distance from port to Airport - 16kms
Currency - Euro (EUR)

Places of Interest
Mandraki Harbour, Mt. Philerimos, Acropolis of Lindos

Crete

Crete (Greek: Κρήτη, Kríti ['kriti]; Ancient Greek: Κρήτη, Krḗtē) is the largest and most populous of the Greek islands, and the fifth-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, after Sicily, Sardinia, Cyprus, and Corsica. Crete and a number of surrounding islands and islets constitute the region of Crete (Greek: Περιφέρεια Κρήτης), one of the 13 top-level administrative units of Greece. The capital and the largest city is Heraklion. As of 2011, the region had a population of 623,065.

Heraklion

Located between the prefecture of Rethymno and the one of Lassithi, the city Heraklion is full of wonderful beaches, interesting archaeological sites, amazing landscapes, picturesque villages and impressive gorges. Highlights include the Great Minoan ruins of the Palace of Knossos and the Lassithi Plateau with its orchids, 7,000 windmills and ancient villages

Country - Greece (Crete)
Distance from port to City - 0kms
Distance from port to Airport - 5kms
Currency - Australian Dollars (AUD)

Places of Interest
Venezian Castle, Museum of Natural History, Lions Square

Santorini

Whitewashed villages clinging to the sides of sea cliffs have made the volcanic island of Santorini one of the most widely photographed places in the world. The island's charm and subtle mystery have even made it a target of speculation as the location of the lost city of Atlantis.

Country - Greece (Santorini)
Distance from port to City - 0kms
Distance to Airport - 5kms
Currency -  Euro (EUR)

Places of Interest
Akrotiri, Santo Winery, Fira

 

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Celestyal Cruises

Celestyal Cruises


Celestyal Cruises is the only home-porting cruise operator in Greece and the preeminent cruise line serving the Greek Islands and the island of Cuba. The company operates five mid-sized ships, each one cosy enough to provide a highly personal service. Every cruise focuses on true cultural immersion, offering an authentic experience of the regions in which the vessels sail.

 

Founded in the early 1970s as Louis Cruises, today Celestyal Cruises is the preeminent cruise line for the Greek Islands and Turkey. They operate a fleet of five ships, three sailing from the two major ports of Athens, Piraeus and Lavrion, and Limassol. From Piraeus and Lavrion, Celestyal Cruises sails to Chios, Crete, Ios, Kos, Milos, Mykonos, Patmos, Rhodes, Samos, Santorini, Symi and Syros, and to the Turkish ports of Bodrum, Cesme, Istanbul and Kusadasi. In addition to Piraeus and Lavrion, passengers can create their own stay & cruise vacations, with embarkation for three-, four- and seven-day cruises from Kusadasi, Istanbul or Heraklion, Crete. Two of the company’s ships, the “Thomson Spirit” and “Thomson Majesty,” are under charter to Thomson Cruises of TUI AG.

 

In 2011 they became a member of Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), a worldwide cruise industry alliance that promotes a safe, secure and healthy cruise ship environment. They were named “Passenger Line of the Year” during the annual Lloyds List Greek Shipping Awards in 2010 and has twice been the recipient of the Condé Nast Travelers Choice Award. In 2005, Costakis Loizou, Executive Chairman of Louis Group, was awarded the prestigious European Pioneer Award by the International Society of Hospitality Consultants for making an outstanding contribution to the industry by bringing cruising to a greater number of tourists.
 

Celestyal Cruises is proud of its Hellenic identity. The Eastern Mediterranean is their home. Their smaller, cosy vessels give you access to a number of harbors inaccessible to larger ships, which means they can bring their passengers to many of the region’s smaller islands, the little jewels of the Aegean. A Celestyal Cruise engages all five senses. They give their passengers the unique opportunity to visit legendary archaeological sites, to enjoy music by authentic Greek musicians and singers, to taste delicious, homemade Greek cuisine, and to sample outstanding Greek wines and spirits. They invite you to inhale the aromas of Greece and Turkey, to travel into the past, to join them onstage for traditional Greek dances…to live “Kalimera” with them.

 

Ship info

Celestyal Olympia

 

 
 
Renovated and ready for 2017...
 
 
 
 
Order a drink on the Hera deck, beside the Olympia’s sparkling pool, and watch the Aegean unfurl before your very eyes. Two lounges, five bars, three restaurants, a fully-equipped gym, the Sana Beauty Center, the Travel Value & Experiential Shopping Centers, a library and a Kids’ Club are at your service. Celestyal Olympia can accommodate up to 1664 passengers in 724 cabins with en suite WC, TV, Radio and A/C.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Ship facts

 

Capacity: 1664 passengers

Cabins: 724 cabins

Length: 215 metres

Cruising Speed: 19 knots

 

 

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