Add an exciting chapter to your family’s history with the exclusive family shore excursions. Be a Gladiator for a day at the Roman Colosseum or swim with the dolphins in Malaga. Jump in the driver’s seat for a nonstop go kart relay race, a fun way to spend your time in Ajaccio. The entire family can experience the breathtaking beauty of Krka River National Park. The park sits at the river’s mouth and blankets the foothills of the Dinara Mountain.
Spend an exhilarating morning surrounded by nature, venturing from tree to tree along aerial trails connected by wooden platforms, bridges and ziplines. Take in Liguria’s natural splendor — spectacular mountains, dense woods and lush meadows — as you traverse the treetops. All gear is included, just bring your sense of adventure.
Take in picturesque views of Montenegro’s Adriatic coastline on a motorboat ride past the pebble beaches and quaint villages of the Budva Riviera. Admire Sveti Stefan, a town situated on an island connected to the mainland by a sandbank. At Becici Beach, once voted the world’s most beautiful beach, relax on a sunbed, shaded by an umbrella, savor lunch and swim in the Adriatic Sea.
Take the plunge and head for Aqualand Waterpark in Torremolinos for a wet and wild day. Enjoy twisting, turning and splashing as you shoot down waterslides and splash in pools, including a giant wave pool, it’s exhilarating fun for the whole family. Dare each other to zoom down the Boomerang, a particularly steep drop that has you sliding back and forth. Or try the Kamikaze, the highest waterslide in Europe.
Fun in the Cycladean sun awaits the entire family at one of Mykonos’ best stretches of surf and sand. Take a ride that snakes southeast through scenic island villages. At Kalafatis Beach, hop out and revel in Greece’s island landscape. Rent sunbeds and relax under a bright blue sky, wade into the aquamarine Aegean or take a windsurfing class.
Explore a 19th-century underground tunnel, floating on the water underneath the famous Piazza Plebiscito and ziplining across a 16th-century cistern. Begin with a walking tour of Naples, the Royal Palace, San Carlo Opera House and more. Then venture underground to the Borbonic Gallery, built in the 19th-century to connect the Royal Palace to the barracks, see the 17th-century Carmignana aqueduct, plus zipline over a 16th-century reservoir.
Visit Mallorca’s Drach Caves, home to the largest underground lake in the world. Situated on the outskirts of the ancient fishing village of Porto Cristo, these natural wonders will leave you mesmerized. With exceptional lighting and a perfect mix of shadows, you can see the caves’ authentic beauty with Lake Martel below.