There are two possible itineraries for this trip. You may book two weeks in a row to experience both, but they are equally incredible trips!
Departure from Mykonos on Saturday
Mykonos: This unique and traditional island is one of the most popular islands in the Aegean Sea. It is truly paradise with its beautiful beach, delicious food, fun shopping and great nightlife.
Naxos: The largest of the islands, Naxos will fascinate you with its culture. Stroll down the winding back streets and be sure to visit some of the artisan boutiques and, if you’re a foodie, don’t miss the great family run restaurants here.
Koufonisi: Koufonisi is the smallest island in the Cyclades and has absolutely breathtaking natural beauty. Go for a dip in the crystal clear waters and take in your surroundings.
Santorini: One of the most well known and photographed places in the Mediterranean Sea, Santorini is a must-see destination. Sail through the caldera and enjoy our time to relax in Santorini.
Ios: Here you will find an exciting alternative scene and no shortage of backpackers. Ios is also known for its water sports beaches and being the supposed location of the tomb of Homer! Explore and little and enjoy the different atmosphere that Ios has to offer.
Paros: This charming spot on the north of the island might just be our favorite. Relax at one of the many bars and look out over the beautiful fishing harbor as the sun goes down.
Mykonos: A hub for arrivals and departures, you can never get enough of Mykonos. With its incredible photo opportunities, awesome nightlife and beautiful beaches, you won’t want to move on to the next port!
Paros: Our stop here will likely be in Parakia, south-west of Mykonos. If you love history and exploring, find yourself at the Church of 100 doors, the meeting point of Christianity and Greek mythology.
Schinoussa: Also known as the Island of the Sun, Schinoussa is a tiny but wonderful island to stop for a night. Go on one of the beautiful hiking trails and take advantage of the delicious local cuisine.
Santorini: This iconic island still has an active volcano! Travel up to the town of Thera and find yourself right on the edge of the caldera. Don’t miss out of the locally grown vegetables in the restaurants - they are truly amazing.
Folegandros: Enjoy a moment on this relaxing island where you can enjoy some peace and quiet. See an unbelievable view of the Aegean if you’re willing to take a trip up to Chora.
Piso Livadhi: This small harbor and town, located on Paro, is incredible charming and pleasant to explore. Sit back at one of the little restaurants and enjoy a glass of ouzo with your locally-caught dish.