Living Gluten Free never has to mean losing out on the fun bits of life. When someone finds out there have celiac disease, they probably feel a little sad that they are going to have to give up their favorite foods and not be able to enjoy going out as much because it seems gluten is in everything. The great news is that gluten free foods are readily available. Even better news is that there are gluten-free events and activities centered on the gluten-free lifestyle. Today, I want to tell you about a gluten-free cruise to the Mediterranean! Imagine sailing on a luxurious cruise in one of the most beautiful parts of the world where all your meals are gluten-free. You are free to relax and enjoy your vacation without worry. This cruise is for everyone. Families, couples, seniors, honeymooners, etc…
There are two cruises scheduled for this year, one leaving in June and the other in November. Brought to you by Silversea Cruises,
you will set sail in the gorgeous Mediterranean Sea in complete luxury. There is no need to worry about food, as everything is 100% gluten free. This is a first class cruise with gourmet meals, butler service in all suites, 24 hour room service, ocean views and much more.
The cruise is a 7 day cruise with visits of ports of call in Istanbul, Turkey to Athens, Greece. If you have not been to this part of the world, this is an excellent opportunity to do so and I whole-heartedly recommend it. The people, the history, the beauty is otherworldly and breathtaking. Do not let gluten stand in your way! This cruise includes many of the Grecian islands like Mykonos, Crete and Rhodes. The cost of travel might seem steep ($3800- $4400 per person) but you have to remember this includes ALL FOOD and there are no separate hotel costs.
Click here to see the Gluten Free Travel –US website with all the travel details and booking instructions. Red Apple Lipstick not affiliated in any way with the travel agent or cruise line, but it looks like such a fun opportunity to travel somewhere unique with a gluten free menu, I just had to share it!