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An Undiscovered Mediterranean Awaits

Let Globus and Cosmos introduce you to the wonders of the “undiscovered” on your next vacation. Kiss cliches goodbye and get closer to the magic of Mediterranean in one of these under-the-radar destinations. 

Catch a glimpse of something new

Explore the undiscovered thanks to tour itineraries that take you away from crowds and deep into the heart of the Mediterranean. This is a different side of Croatia, Spain, Greece, and Italy. Not the one they showcase in the holiday brochures, but the one the locals know, and the one you've been dreaming of seeing. 

See a new side of Croatia

  • Zadar

    The main draw in this medieval city is actually quite modern. Head to the water before dusk to experience the Sea Organ and Sun Salutation – two architectural masterpieces that use energy from the waves and the power of sun rays to create indescribable living art. You’ve never experienced a sunset like this before!
  • Plitvice

    Although the astounding chain of terraced, turquoise lakes is awe-inspiring, the hundreds of thundering waterfalls that connect them will mesmerize you at this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Dubrovnik

    Game of Thrones fans will recognize the Dubrovnik’s Old Town as the setting for the fictional settlement of King’s Landing. In your free time, sit upon the Iron Throne, walk along the tops of the city walls, or take a short ferry ride to the island of Lokrum to see the colourful wild peacocks.

Chase the sun in Southern Italy & Greece

  • Agrigento

    Located on a hilltop overlooking Sicily’s southwest shore, Agrigento is home to the Valley of the Temples. As you explore this city below the Mediterranean sun, you’ll see some of the world’s most exquisite ruins.
  • Matera

    Transport yourself through time and space among the rocky enclaves of Sassi in Matera. Stacked on top of one another, these pre-historic cave dwellings carved into the side of a mountain are spellbinding. Many of them have now been transformed into fascinating museums and hotels.
  • Taormina

    Perched in the bluffs that rise above the Ionian Sea, Taormina is a hilltop city on the east coast of Sicily. This luxe resort destination offers dreamy refuge – away from the crowds – for travellers seeking a taste of Italy’s ancient history and coastal scenery.

Say yes to Spectacular Spain

  • Costa del Sol

    Grab your sunscreen and shades and spend a day along Spain’s Sun Coast to see how the Spaniards unwind. Or join an exciting optional excursion to the Rock of Gibraltar, which is one of the two Pillars of Hercules, and where you can meet the famous locals: Barbary apes.
  • Granada

    Visit the Alhambra, a 13th-century Moorish palace complete with old-world arabesque gardens and fountains. There’s more beauty just outside the palace walls, the Alhambra overlooks Granda’s Old Quarter and is surrounded by views of the Sierra Nevada peak.
  • Malaga

    This welcoming seaside city gave the world Picasso, but along with an art scene, it also delights visitors with architecture, sweet local wine, and vibrant tapas bars. Málaga has even earned a nickname for itself as “the new Barcelona.”

Have your own Greek Island Adventure

  • Paros

    This slower-paced island of whitewashed villages, often referred to as a “mini Mykonos,” is also famous for the white marble once mined here. You can admire the flawless stone during a guided visit to the 4th-century Church of 100 Doors, one of the most significant Byzantine ruins.
  • Naxos

    Naxos, Greece - The greenest of the Greek Islands, Naxos delights travellers with its natural beauty farm-to-table cuisine. Follow your nose through the labyrinth of Old Town to taste the island’s ripe olives, buttery cheeses, and citrus-infused Kitron liqueur.
  • Heraklion

    A modern city with a window to the past, Crete’s capital is home to two of Greece’s most important sites. An expert guide will lead you through the Minoan art-filled Heraklion Archaeological Museum and the impressive Bronze Age settlement of Knossos.