Eastern Med Tours

Soak up island life in the Eastern Mediterranean as you explore ancient Turkish ruins, cruise the Greek Islands and wander through olive groves and vineyards on your journey through Greece and Turkey. Learn about the myths and legends of Ancient Greece as they come to life on tour, sample some traditional Turkish delight, and enjoy Santorini sunsets on a cruise or guided tour of the Eastern Med.

Top Selling Eastern Med Tours

14 Days Athens to Athens
Operated By: Collette
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$4,575
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$354
15 Days Rome to Athens
Operated By: Trafalgar
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$6,146
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$326
15 Days Rome to Athens
Operated By: Trafalgar
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$6,222
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$330
11 Days Athens to Athens
Operated By: Trafalgar
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$4,175
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$220
14 Days Athens to Athens
Operated By: Trafalgar
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$6,056
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$340
15 Days Athens to Athens
Operated By: Cosmos
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$3,361
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$136
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Must do experiences and highlights in Greece and Turkey

Hot Air Balloon Over Cappadocia
Hot Air Balloon Over Cappadocia
Soar over intriguing mountain ranges, valleys and obelisks carved from erosion along with a rainbow of other balloons that dot the morning sky.
Atmospheric Athens
Atmospheric Athens
Steeped in history, mythology and character from the ancient ruins of the Acropolis to the street art and lively open air restaurants, it’s one for the list!
Sunsets on Santorini
Sunsets on Santorini
Pick your vantage point for the Santorini sunsets, that special time of day when the sky turns pink and the whitewashed buildings follow suit.
The Monasteries of Meteora
The Monasteries of Meteora
Perched atop sandstone peaks are a collection of monasteries crafted between the 14th and 16th centuries by determined monks who called the area home. Once 24-strong, there are still six monasteries in operation.
Haggle at Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar
Haggle at Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar
Get lost amidst the spice shops, rug merchants, and stalls adorned with colourful stained glass lanterns. Sample Turkish delight from street side vendors and spend hours deciding how much patterned pottery to buy.

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Visit ancient sites from the Acropolis in Athens to the Monasteries of Meteora or relax watching the sunset over the whitewashed Greek Islands.
Haggle in the bustling bazaars of Istanbul, pay your respects on the Gallipoli Peninsula, and take in the natural wonders of Turkey on tour.

Eastern Med Brochures

192 Eastern Mediterranean tours sourced from 40 Operator brochures

Recent Reviews

What our clients are saying about their journeys through Greece and Turkey


“Terrific Trafalgar tour of Turkey”
David - NSW , Australia Jul 2019
The tour was terrific, the guide Gem Tas - outstanding knowledge and native speaker, quality English. The accommodation generally was EXCELLENT - as were the meals - only one place had average rooms and a poor meal.

“Great trip around Greece”
Sue - 4074, Australia Jun 2019
I thought this was a tremendous tour, with its combination of lovely small mountain villages, the city of Athens, and the Island of Corfu. We had a great Greek guide, Ourania, who loved to smile and laugh. Lovely driver as well. The highlight of the trip for me was the Meteora Monastries - absolutely amazing. We had a group of only 11 people, 4 couples (2 couples travelling together) & 3 singles, and we all got on really well. The accommodation was great most of the time. Corfu not so good with a ...read more

“Wonderful tour”
John McQuilton - VIC, Australia Jun 2019
If you want to capture the spirit and history of Turkey in just under a fortnight, take this trip. From the magnificence of Aya Sophia and Ephesus, to an afternoon tea in a cave house in Cappadocia, this tour covered the history and cultures of Anatolia from the Hittites to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. There were many highlights. Some were expected (Ephesus being one example), others were not: the House of the Virgin Mary was one, the Calcium Terraces at Pamukkale was another, and the farm-to-table lunch ...read more

“Mediterranean legends”
Vicki - NSW, Australia Jun 2019
I was disappointed that there were 1500 people on the ship. Travelling alone I didn't get to be with the tour group. We had to pay extra to go to Santorini and then due to bad weather, didn't visit.