Costa Cruises announces new itineraries for 2022-2023 season

   April 10, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Costa Cruises announced new Mediterranean itineraries from April 2022 through April 2023, which are now available for booking.

In all Mediterranean ports, the “longest ever” shore excursion will be offered, visiting sites hard to reach on your own. Costa's onboard experience will also be enriched by a renewed food experience, with dishes linked to the destinations visited and signed by a Michelin-starred chef.

Costa's 2022 summer season will be focused on the Mediterranean and Northern Europe.

May 2022 will see the debut of Toscana offering week-long sailings to discover France, Italy, and Spain, with a long port call in Ibiza.

The sistership Smeralda will also sail on one-week voyages in the western Mediterranean. Smeralda and Toscana are the first ships in the fleet powered by LNG (liquefied natural gas).

Pacifica is the other Costa ship to sail in the western Mediterranean with a range of itineraries dedicated to locations in France, Italy, and Spain.

In the eastern Mediterranean, 3 other ships will operate with week-long itineraries. Deliziosa will offer Greek island sailings, with a whole day and night call in Mykonos, while Luminosa is scheduled to visit Greek islands and Croatia, Costa Magica - Greece and Malta.

Costa Toscana cruise ship

4 Costa ships will be sailing in Northern Europe. Costa Fortuna will offer 2-week cruises to Iceland, or alternatively to England, Ireland, and Scotland. Costa Diadema and Costa Favolosa will leave for week-long cruises, respectively in the Norwegian fjords, and in the Baltic capitals, calling 3 days at Stockholm, Sweden and 2 in Saint Petersburg. Costa Fascinosa will sail on 12-day itineraries up to the North Cape and in the Baltic Sea.

The 2022-2023 winter season includes the return of the Grand Cruises aboard Luminosa: a pair of 50-day vacations, from Genoa to Buenos Aires and the reverse, going up the Amazon River.

Costa Deliziosa World Tour is departing on January 11, 2023, from Savona, and will visit Europe, Asia, Africa, America.

Also part of the program are exotic destinations with a week-long itinerary in the UAE, Oman and Qatar, and 3 different week-long itineraries in the Caribbean islands. New South America opportunities will be shortly announced.

Costa Magica will offer 2-week cruises to the Canaries and the Azores, while Costa Diadema will visit Greece & Turkey, or Israel & Egypt.

Smeralda continues to sail in the western Mediterranean, joined in autumn by Fortuna and Luminosa, offering mini-cruises for a break of a few days. Costa Fascinosa will visit Spain and Portugal, while Costa Favolosa will visit Morocco.