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Globus family of brand’s new Undiscovered Mediterranean series of tours for 2020 takes travelers to off-the-beaten-path destinations along the Mediterranean, including seaside stays in some of the world’s most picturesque locations.

The series of tours includes the 14-day Southern Italy & Greece, with a 2-night visit to the coastal town of Itea in Greece, with both stunning mountain and ocean views. During the 8-day Greek Island Adventure, meanwhile, visitors will bask in the beauty of Paros, often referred to as “mini Mykonos” and famous for being home to the Church of 100 Doors, one of the world’s most significant Byzantine ruins. Other less-visited spots included in these Mediterranean tours are Budva, Montenegro, and Bari, Italy on the 11-day Discover the Eastern Med; the picturesque port town of La Spezia in Italy on the 14-Day Mediterranean Flavors; Portoroz, which is famous for its themal spas and is included in the 11-Day Venice, Slovenia, Croatia & Montenegro tour.

“Globus’ new ‘Undiscovered’ touring vacations take travelers through the winding roads and unspoiled villages, most of which other tour companies don’t visit and cruise ships don’t overnight,” said Steve Born, chief marketing officer for the Globus family of brands, in a statement. “From waking to the sounds of waves crashing on the shore to learning the secrets behind the places that launched a thousand myths, these Globus, Cosmos and Cosmos Lite tours get travelers to the far-away islands and untouched towns to see and experience the local side of life.”

The Globus family of brands’ new Undiscovered Mediterranean tours are part of the company’s “Undiscovered” series of tours. Other destinations in this popular series include Italy and Great Britain.

For more information, visit globusjourneys.com/Undiscovered-Tours. For more tour options, click here.

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