Costa Cruises unveils new program for 2024, including Greek islands & Turkey itinerary from Athens

   May 1, 2023 ,   Cruise Industry

Costa Cruises unveiled important innovations in its 2024 schedule, designed to experience unforgettable vacations in Northern Europe and the Mediterranean.

For the summer of 2024, the company is launching a new itinerary with port calls exclusively in Greece and Turkey.

From June 7th to September 13th, Costa Fortuna will depart every Friday from Piraeus (Athens), exploring Istanbul and the Greek islands of Crete, Rhodes, Mykonos, and Santorini. On some of the departures, the itinerary will feature a second call in Turkey's Bodrum, replacing Rhodes.

The “flight+cruise” package is available from all major European countries.

In the spring and fall of 2024, Costa Fortuna will offer short trips of 3 to 5 days in the Western Mediterranean, as well as a range of 2-week itineraries. These itineraries include trips to Morocco and Lisbon, Israel, Egypt, and Tunisia, Turkey, Greece, and cruises between the Greek islands and Ibiza.

Costa Fascinosa, originally planned for Northern Europe, will instead offer a 7-day voyage to Malta and the Greek islands, with 14-day voyages to Spain's Canary Islands and Mediterranean mini-cruises.

Meanwhile, Costa Favolosa and Costa Diadema will operate in Northern Europe during the summer of 2024. Costa Favolosa will have 3 different itineraries, departing from Hamburg and traveling to North Cape (Nordkapp) and the Lofoten Islands, Iceland, and Greenland, and a new 8-day itinerary dedicated to Scotland.

Costa Diadema will offer 7-day voyages to the Norwegian fjords. These programs aim to showcase the incredible landscapes of Northern Europe, including the stunning fjords, picturesque villages, and the midnight sun phenomenon.