A relaxing cruise to the Greek Islands could be just what you need to enjoy a taste of the Mediterranean and escape to a new lifestyle for a few days. Whether you want to hop aboard a luxury cruise liner or set sail on a small and private luxury cruise, you’ll find a few voyages that will take you to some of the most beautiful islands and glamorous cruise ports in the world. Here are some of our favorite Greek Island cruises.

Royal Caribbean: Adventure On the Aegean

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Discover the birthplace of poetry and art as you explore the amphitheaters, villages, and temples around the Greek Isles. You’ll find several cruises that take you to the world-class beaches of Greece, the historic Old Town of Crete, and Corfu’s charming cultural districts. Choose from 7 and 10-night cruises that take you to Croatia and other European destinations along the way. The ships include Rhapsody of the Seas and Explorer of the Seas.

Windstar Cruises: Treasures of the Greek Isles

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You’ll get to visit some of the smaller enchanting ports of Greece when you head off on a Windstar Cruise through Greece and Turkey. The 7-day cruise that takes you through Athens and hidden parts of Greece is the perfect way to discover ancient treasures and beautiful beaches. Go on a Mediterranean Island hopping adventure to visit local winemakers and amazing restaurants in Turkey before seeing the famous Greek statues and monuments back in Athens.

MSC Cruises: Greece and Greek Islands Cruises

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Whether you end up at cruise ports like Heraklion, Python or Corfu, you can experience the true side of Greece where you can soak up the local culture, experience history, and discover new destinations. Several ships make their way to the Mediterranean, including the MSC Musica which departs from Piraeus, Greece, and takes you to Albania, Croatia, and Italy. The ship is designed with a music theme and is one of the most distinguished ships in the fleet, with its three-tier waterfall in the central foyer and the famous see-through piano.