The first day is the day of embarkation. We will be on the Island of Naxos (the boarding point will be decided a few days before depending on the weather conditions). You can board from 3pm. We will sleep in the port or anchorage area where we are and we will decide the plan for the next day among the whole group.
We will sail from the island of Naxos to the mountainous and rugged island of Amorgos, and we will enter its interior. The other days we will dedicate to sailing and visiting the Sikinos, Folegandros and Milos islands.
On this trip, there is no fixed itinerary marked out, but an area to discover, and we will do it at our own pace, according to what the whole group feels like and the pace set by the weather.
The island of Amorgos surprises with its mountainous landscape and its cliffs. It has an extensive network of trails to explore, which allows us to delve into the nature of the island, describe its interior, its cliffs, and let us be surprised by its Monastery built on one of them 300m above the sea. In Amorgos, tourism is slow, you can still breathe the tranquility of the most remote Greek islands and it maintains its most authentic and traditional character and style.
The island of Sikinos is another of the islands of the southern Cyclades that maintain its authenticity. Beaches with incredible blue waters, coasts dotted with white houses, a typical rural environment of the Greek islands, and typical taverns where you can taste good Greek cuisine.
The island of Folegandros, among the most beautiful and least known of the Cyclades. Natural landscapes on a rugged coastline in just 12 km of pure natural beauty where we find numerous remote coves, many of them only accessible by boat.
Its capital, Chora, is also worth a visit. With its cobbled streets, white houses, lively squares and local taverns.
The island of Milos, where our trip through the Cyclades will end, is another of the Aegean islands where you can breathe a local flavor, away from the tourist crowds. Beaches with turquoise waters, towns that dye the coast white and blue. Another place to leave the rush behind and enjoy the true island life. The capital of Milos is built on top of a hill. Strolling through its streets we will enjoy its traditional style and its local atmosphere.
The Castle of Milos, another of the points where we can get closer and enjoy an incredible sunset.
From Milos there are Ferries that connect with Athens and also internal flights that connect with the international airport.