Costa Cruises presents its itineraries for the 2025 season. Travelers looking for an authentic European-style cruise can now book a 2025 Costa vacation to the Mediterranean and northern Europe. The cruises now open for sale depart from April through November 2025, and are already available in travel agencies or directly on Costa’s website at, offering a wide range of itineraries.

Three ships–Costa Smeralda, Costa Toscana and Costa Pacifica–will set sail on weeklong itineraries to the Western Mediterranean, exploring some of the most beautiful destinations in ItalyFrance, and Spain, amid art, culture, and local traditions. Costa Smeralda will depart from Genoa, Italy, starting April 4, and call in Marseille, France; Barcelona, Spain; Cagliari, Naples and Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy. Costa Toscana will set sail from Savona, Italy, starting April 5, for an itinerary that will call in Marseille, Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Spain; and Palermo and Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy. During the summer season, Palma will be replaced by Ibiza, Spain, one of the most beautiful and lively islands in the Mediterranean. Starting May 10, Costa Pacifica will depart from Savona on weeklong cruises, calling in Toulon, France, a new destination that permanently enters Costa’s schedule, Valencia, Palma de Mallorca, Spain; and Olbia and Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy. In the fall, the itinerary will include Naples in lieu of Olbia.

The Costa Pacifica’s summer schedule will be further enriched by two special two-week cruises that, also departing from Savona on June 21 and August 30, will allow guests to explore the Mediterranean from east to west in a single itinerary. Destinations include Toulon, France; Valencia and Palma; the Greek islands of Kefalonia, Mykonos, Santorini, and Crete; and finally, Palermo, Sicily; Olbia, Sardinia; and Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy.

Costa Deliziosa will offer a selection of two distinct weeklong itineraries in the eastern Mediterranean, with departures from Marghera (Venice) and Bari, and during the fall season she will depart from Trieste and Bari. The first itinerary is dedicated to the colors of the Adriatic Sea, visiting Greece, including Corfu, the spectacular island of Zakynthos, also a new addition to Costa’s schedule, Katakolon (Olympia), as well as Dubrovnik and Split, Croatia. Some itineraries will feature Kotor, Montenegro in place of Zakynthos. In her second itinerary, Costa Deliziosa will set sail to explore the Greek Islands of Santorini and Mykonos, and of Katakolon (Olympia).

During summer 2025, Costa Fascinosa will offer a weeklong itinerary sailing between SicilyApuliaGreece, and Malta, calling at Catania, Taranto, the Greek islands of Mykonos and Santorini, and Valletta.

From June through September, Costa Fortuna will sail a weeklong itinerary that includes calls exclusively at Greece and Turkey. She will depart every Friday from Athens, exploring Istanbul and the beautiful Greek islands of Mykonos, Crete, Rhodes and Santorini.

Two ships will be operating in Northern Europe during the summer, Costa Favolosa and Costa Diadema, which will bring guests along to discover spectacular landscapes from a unique perspective. Costa Diadema will offer weeklong cruises from Kiel, sailing directly to Copenhagen and the Norwegian fjords. Costa Favolosa will offer six different itineraries departing from Hamburg, visiting GreenlandIcelandNorth CapeEngland and NorwaySpitzbergen Islands, an exciting re-entry in Costa’s schedule, and Scotland.

For guests with only a few days to spare, in spring and fall Costa will be offering Western Mediterranean mini-cruises, of three and four days, aboard Costa Favolosa, Costa Pacifica, Costa Fascinosa, Costa Fortuna, and Costa Diadema.

For guests who have more time available to enjoy a Costa holiday, there are the Costa Voyages, cruises designed to uniquely experience long itineraries. In spring, on Costa Fortuna, and in fall, on Costa Fascinosa, guests can discover Lisbon or Morocco with Costa’s 10- and 11-day cruises. Costa also offers a series of fantastic two-weeks itineraries, including Costa Diadema to Turkey; Costa Fascinosa to Greece; Costa Diadema and Costa Fascinosa to Israel and Egypt; and Costa Fortuna sailing beyond the Pillars of Hercules, to the Canary Islands or the Azores.

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