Two-week sailing on two of the most important archipelagos in Greece: the Saronic and Cycladic islands.
We will depart from Piraeus, in Athens, and head towards the Saronic Gulf. We will stop in Aegina, an island of deserved visit for its beautiful port, a curious hermitage and its recognizable houses. Then we will go to Poros, whose vegetation and the lemon grove adorn an island known for being the home of Poseidon, the God of the Sea. We will also visit Hydra, one of the most important islands in Greece thanks to its narrow and medieval streets. ; not in vain, the donkey is the main means of transportation to get around them. We will say goodbye to the Saronic Gulf to anchor at Cape Sunion, from where we will contemplate a beautiful sunset at the Temple of Poseidon.
We will start our route through the Cyclades in Kythnos, a very quiet island where we can relax through its small towns and dreamlike beaches. In Syros, the capital of the archipelago, we will see the imposing buildings of its beautiful capital Ermoupoli. We will see the same beauty in Tinos, a peaceful corner full of spirituality. Our next destination will be Mykonos, antithesis of the previous island since here there is a very festive atmosphere in summer time. Later we will sail to Delos, myth of Ancient Greece as its archaeological sites attest. Finally, we will arrive at Naxos, the largest and most complete island in the Cyclades.