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TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Malta’s famous harbour with its stunning buildings
  2. The streets of Valletta and the city’s museums
  3. Fishing villages along Malta’s coastline
  4. Bonifacio’s stunning cliffs and fortress
  5. Rural Corsica’s scenery, villages and food
  6. Sardinia's rural charm and culture
  7. Exploring the stone-walled Neolithic Nuraghes
  8. Visit to the Museum of Bandits

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The Island of Corsica is one of France’s 18 regional territories. It lies directly north of Sardinia and can be easily reached by ferry. Its capital Ajaccio is the birth place of Napoleon Bonaparte and his ancestral home is today used as a museum. Like other Mediterranean islands, Corsica was visited, conquered and highly influenced by many people of the ancient world. The Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Phoenicians, Genovese and Northern Africans all left their mark. France invaded and occupied in the mid 1700s. Today it relies heavily on agriculture and tourism. It is far less developed than many islands in the Mediterranean. Visitors come for the weather, the food and the glorious scenery.

Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean, presenting a rather rugged mountainous landscape, balanced by placid bays. In rural parts, stone-walled Neolithic fortresses call Nuraghes can still be seen in the fields. Sardinian towns and cities, especially those along the coast, have a rich tradition of shellfish and seafood while inland towns and cities are known for game and farm produce, most notably capers, olives and Pecorino sardo. The sea around this large Mediterranean Island is among the most beautiful and transparent in all the world. You will love the sights, the people, the food and the culture of this very special destination.

If year-round sunshine and 7,000 years-worth of living history is your thing, the ex-British colony of Malta should be on your bucket list. This independent nation is comprised of three small islands – Malta, Gozo and Comino (which is uninhabited). It is a traveller’s dream because everything the island has to offer is within a small radius, you can enjoy the grand architecture, stunning fortified harbour, traditional hilltop towns, fishing villages, and an upbeat lively capital city, all against the languid backdrop of the magnificent Mediterranean.

DEPARTURE DATE
September 2025
DURATION 26 days
TOUR COST Cost to be confirmed
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT
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AVAILABILITY

Places available

INCLUDED

  • All transportation as per itinerary
  • Ferry and boat trips as listed on the itinerary
  • Twin-share accommodation
  • All tipping including drivers and guides
  • Meals as listed on the itinerary
  • Entry fees to places of interest as per itinerary
  • Transfers to and from airport if travelling on our group flights
  • Experienced English speaking local tour guide/driver
  • Escorted by an Australian host (subject to minimum number of 10 clients)

NOT INCLUDED

  • International and internal flights
  • Electronic travel authorisation or tourist visa
  • Travel insurance
  • Any meals not indicated on the itinerary
  • Optional excursions
  • Items of a personal nature e.g. drinks, laundry, hotel charges
  • Airport transfers if you are not travelling on our group flight

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Blue Dot will book your international flights, or you can manage this independently
  • No more than 16 clients on any trip
  • Tours depart with a minimum of 4 clients
  • Business or premium economy flights can be arranged at an additional cost if available
  • Tour extensions – before or after tour extensions can be arranged on your behalf
  • To book and reserve your place on tour, a deposit of $500 and a completed booking form is required

ITINERARY

TOUR MAP

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TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Malta’s famous harbour with its stunning buildings
  2. The streets of Valletta and the city’s museums
  3. Fishing villages along Malta’s coastline
  4. Bonifacio’s stunning cliffs and fortress
  5. Rural Corsica’s scenery, villages and food
  6. Sardinia's rural charm and culture
  7. Exploring the stone-walled Neolithic Nuraghes
  8. Visit to the Museum of Bandits

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