Itineraries

Welcome to the Greek Islands, where you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to sailing adventures. To assist you in navigating this abundance, we offer guided sailing tours that follow some of the itineraries outlined below. However, if you prefer to chart your own course, you’re welcome to utilize these itineraries to select the island group and route that best suit your preferences for independent sailing.

IONIAN ISLANDS

Sailing from Paleros/Lefkada

14 day itineraries

IONIAN ODYSSEY: PALEROS/LEFKADA

Embark on a captivating journey through the Ionian Islands. Explore ancient wonders such as Ancient Olympia, Melissani Cave and Lake, and Drogarati Cave. Most days will be filled with opportunities to swim and walk along paths and trails in addition to the itinerary presented below.Day 1: Ionian Odyssey Luxury Guided Sailing Tour Embarkation Lefkada/Paleros – Sail to Meganisi
Your Odyssey begins today as you board your yacht, ready to sail the Ionian Islands from Paleros or Lefkada to the Island of Meganisi.

Meganisi: a hidden gem in the Ionian Sea, is a sailor’s paradise, known for its crystal-clear waters, secluded coves, and lush landscapes, which beckon adventurers. Quaint fishing villages such as Vathy and Spartochori, offer authentic Greek charm. Explore sea caves, anchor in tranquil bays, and savour fresh seafood on this idyllic island. Enjoy swimming, snorkelling, and exploring the island’s charming villages.

Day 2: Meganisi – Kalamos and Kastos – Lefkada
Today you will set sail to the Islands of Kalamos and Kastos, where you can enjoy swimming in the pristine waters of the Ionian before continuing your journey to the port of Lefkada where you will berth for the night. These islands offer tranquil anchorages, charming villages, and unspoiled natural beauty.

Lefkada, an island connected to the mainland by a bridge is known for its stunning beaches. Notable among them are Porto Katsiki and Egremni, which are considered some of the most beautiful in Greece.

Day 3: Lefkada – Antipaxos -Paxos
On this day, you will explore these small idyllic islands, known for their crystal-clear turquoise waters, hidden coves, and scenic coastal landscapes. We will sail to the Island of Antipaxos on our way to Paxos where we will dock and immerse ourselves in the island’s shopping and local cuisine. The day will be packed with sailing, swimming and other water activities.

Day 4: Circumnavigate Paxos, visit Lakka village
Today you will have the chance to discover the traditional villages, olive groves, and beautiful beaches of Paxos. You will sail around the island stopping at Lakka Village. Time can be spent here for lunch or return to the port of Gaios for the rest of the day.

Day 5: Paxos – Corfu
Today you are set to embark on another day of sailing, swimming and water activities as you make your way to Corfu. Corfu is renowned for its exquisite beaches, Venetian architecture, and captivating history.

Day 6: Corfu – Sivota – Parga
Nestled along the picturesque western coast of mainland Greece, Sivota is a hidden gem that offers an enchanting escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. With its crystal-clear turquoise waters, lush green landscapes, and charming fishing village atmosphere, Sivota provides the perfect blend of relaxation, cultural experiences, and thrilling adventures. Whether you’re in search of a tranquil beach holiday, an immersive cultural journey, or an action-packed adventure, Sivota has something special for every traveller.

You next Welcome Parga, a stunning coastal town nestled on the northwest coast of Greece! With its turquoise waters, lush landscapes, and rich history, Parga offers an idyllic escape for travellers seeking a perfect blend of relaxation, adventure, and cultural experiences. This picturesque fishing village is located on the mainland of Greece. You will enjoy the tranquil atmosphere, dine at local tavernas.

Day 7: Parga – Paleros
From Parga, we set sail southward, relishing the beauty of secluded swimming coves and engaging in water activities along the way. Our journey culminates in Paleros, where we anchor for the night. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to wander through the quaint streets that emanate a timeless Greek charm. Immerse yourself in the town’s history and absorb the local atmosphere.

Paleros boasts a diverse selection of traditional Greek tavernas and restaurants, offering a delightful array of Mediterranean cuisine and fresh seafood. Indulge your taste buds in the authentic flavors of the region as you enjoy a leisurely evening in this picturesque coastal town. With its captivating ambiance and culinary delights, Paleros provides the perfect backdrop for a memorable overnight stop during your sailing adventure.

Day 8: Paleros – Porto Skrofa (Oxia)
We navigate our way back to the Southern Ionian Islands and make a delightful stop at the Porto Skrofa, a well-established ecological park. This remote gem offers secluded anchorages and boasts breathtaking natural landscapes, making it an ideal setting for peaceful relaxation.

You’ll have the opportunity to anchor offshore and then disembark using the tender, allowing you to access the beach. Here you’ll find the only restaurant in the vicinity, which is renowned for its delectable and incredibly fresh seafood. It promises to be an unforgettable culinary experience against the backdrop of this pristine paradise.

Day 9: Porto Skrofa – Kyllini – Ancient Olympia – Zakynthos
Prepare for a day filled with historical delights as you disembark and journey back in time to the ancient Archaeological Site of Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games. Here you’ll have the opportunity to explore the impressive archaeological ruins, visit the fascinating museum and stand on the grounds where ancient Greek heroes displayed their athletic prowess.

Back at sea you’ll head to sail across to the picturesque island of Zakynthos, renowned for its stunning landscapes, pristine beaches, including the world-famous Shipwreck Beach (Navagio Bay) and vibrant culture. This captivating island boasts a diverse array of attractions, from breathtaking cliffs to sea turtle nesting sites. Take your time to wander through the island’s charming towns, pay a visit to the Venetian Castle and savour the local cuisine. Zakynthos promises an unforgettable vacation experience.

Day 10: Zakynthos – Navagio – Skala (Kefalonia) – Sami
Navagio Bay, accessible only by boat is also known as Shipwreck Beach, and it is a stunning and iconic location in Greece. The bay gained fame due to the shipwreck of the MV Panagiotis, which ran aground on the beach in 1980. Navagio Bay boasts crystal-clear turquoise waters that are perfect for swimming and snorkelling. Towering limestone cliffs surround the bay, creating a breathtaking backdrop, and there are caves to explore in the vicinity. Despite its remote location, Navagio Bay is a popular tourist attraction and one of the most photographed beaches in the world. Overall, Navagio Bay is a natural wonder that combines a dramatic shipwreck, pristine waters, and stunning cliffs to create a unique and memorable destination in Greece.

The Blue Caves in Zakynthos, Greece, are a natural wonder renowned for their stunning beauty. The caves are located along the island’s northeastern coast, and their waters are incredibly clear, displaying mesmerizing shades of blue and green. These caves are a geological marvel, formed by erosion and underwater seismic activity. The unique rock formations create arches and tunnels to explore. Those who enjoy snorkelling and swimming can immerse themselves in the translucent waters, revealing a world of colourful marine life beneath the surface. Overall, the Blue Caves of Zakynthos offer a natural spectacle that captivates visitors with their vibrant hues, underwater beauty, and stunning rock formations.

Sami (Kefalonia) is another town known for its natural beauty. Explore the nearby Melissani Cave and Lake, where you can take a boat ride through an underground lake, as well as visit the Drogarati cave a magnificent cave with stalactites and stalagmites.

Day 11: Sami – Vathi (Ithaka)
Melissani Cave is a natural wonder known for its captivating beauty. The cave features a stunning underground lake with clear waters and a partially collapsed roof that allows sunlight to filter in, creating mesmerizing light effects. You will visit the cave on a guided boat tour, floating through the serene waters while admiring the breathtaking stalactites and stalagmites that adorn the cave’s interior. The archaeological significance of the site is also noteworthy, with ancient artifacts and pottery found within the cave. Melissani Cave’s unique blend of natural beauty and history makes it a must-visit destination for travellers seeking a memorable experience in Kefalonia.

You will also get to visit the Drogarati Cave, which is a natural wonder known for its stunning features. This underground cavern boasts impressive stalactites and stalagmites formed over thousands of years, creating a mesmerizing visual display. The cave’s main chamber, the Sala of Apotheosis, is particularly renowned for its exceptional acoustics. You can explore the cave’s well-lit pathways and marvel at the intricate formations, including the enormous stalactite column known as the “Royal Balcony.”

You will have the opportunity to enjoy sailing and swimming on our way to Ithaka, where we will berth in Vathi, the main town on the island of Ithaka. Vathi is a charming harbour town and is said to be the legendary home of Odysseus. You will enjoy the evening with the laid-back atmosphere of the island and can also visit the local Archaeological Museum.

Day 12: Vathi – Afales – Polis – Fiskardo (Kefalonia)
On your way to Fiskardo you will have the opportunity to swim at the beautiful beaches of Afales, a picturesque beach located on the Ionian Island of Ithaca, Greece. Known for its stunning natural beauty, it offers clear turquoise waters, golden sands, and lush greenery. The highlights of Paralia Afales include its tranquillity, making it an ideal spot for relaxation and swimming. Visitors can explore the surrounding caves and cliffs, offering opportunities for hiking and adventure, and Polis on the coast of Ithaka.

Fiskardo is a picturesque harbour town that promises a charming Mediterranean experience. Fiskardo proudly showcases its Venetian architecture, colourful houses, and cobblestone streets. The marina in Fiskardo serves as a bustling hub for luxury yachts and boasts several waterfront tavernas for delightful dining, creating a serene ambiance. The crystal-clear waters and vibrant flora of Fiskardo are an irresistible invitation for travellers seeking a tranquil paradise.

While in the village, you can savour delectable seafood at local tavernas, explore boutique shops for unique souvenirs, and relish the laid-back atmosphere that makes Fiskardo such a unique destination. Visitors can revel in the tranquillity and rich history that defines Fiskardo, making it an absolute must-see destination in Kefalonia.

Moreover, the region is blessed with natural beauty, including lush cypress forests and stunning beaches like Emblissi and Foki. For adventure seekers, there are opportunities to explore sea caves and indulge in snorkelling and navigate the paths and trails on land.

Day 13: Fiskardo (Kefalonia) – Afales – Meganisi
You can visit Paralia Afales again on your way to Meganisi. Traditional Greek tavernas line the beach, serving local delicacies and fresh seafood. The beach is relatively uncrowded, providing a serene escape for those seeking a more peaceful and authentic Greek island experience in a paradisiacal setting. We will berth at Meganisi for further exploration of the island and swimming opportunities.

Day 14: Meganisi – Vathavali – Paleros
On our last day, we will sail to Vathiavali Beach and enjoy a day of swimming and relaxation. In the evening you will also enjoy the final group dinner together.

Day 15: Paleros – Disembarkation
You will disembark at 09:00 on the last day of your sailing tour in Paleros, where our amazing journey ends.



7 day itineraries

IONIAN ODYSSEY: NORTHERN IONIAN

Embark on a captivating journey through the Ionian Islands. Explore ancient wonders such as Ancient Olympia, Melissani Cave and Lake, and Drogarati Cave. Most days will be filled with opportunities to swim and walk along paths and trails in addition to the itinerary presented below.

Day 1: Ionian Odyssey Luxury Guided Sailing Tour Embarkation Lefkada/Paleros – Sail to Meganisi

Your Odyssey begins today as you board your yacht, ready to sail the Ionian Islands from Paleros or Lefkada to the Island of Meganisi.

Meganisi: a hidden gem in the Ionian Sea, is a sailor’s paradise, known for its crystal-clear waters, secluded coves, and lush landscapes, which beckon adventurers. Quaint fishing villages such as Vathy and Spartochori, offer authentic Greek charm. Explore sea caves, anchor in tranquil bays, and savour fresh seafood on this idyllic island. Enjoy swimming, snorkelling, and exploring the island’s charming villages.

Day 2: Meganisi – Kalamos and Kastos – Lefkada

Today you will set sail to the Islands of Kalamos and Kastos, where you can enjoy swimming in the pristine waters of the Ionian before continuing your journey to the port of Lefkada where you will berth for the night. These islands offer tranquil anchorages, charming villages, and unspoiled natural beauty.

Lefkada, an island connected to the mainland by a bridge is known for its stunning beaches. Notable among them are Porto Katsiki and Egremni, which are considered some of the most beautiful in Greece.

Day 3: Lefkada – Antipaxos -Paxos

On this day, you will explore these small idyllic islands, known for their crystal-clear turquoise waters, hidden coves, and scenic coastal landscapes. We will sail to the Island of Antipaxos on our way to Paxos where we will dock and immerse ourselves in the island’s shopping and local cuisine. The day will be packed with sailing, swimming and other water activities.

Day 4: Circumnavigate Paxos, visit Lakka village

Today you will have the chance to discover the traditional villages, olive groves, and beautiful beaches of Paxos. You will sail around the island stopping at Lakka Village. Time can be spent here for lunch or return to the port of Gaios for the rest of the day.

Day 5: Paxos – Corfu

Today you are set to embark on another day of sailing, swimming and water activities as you make your way to Corfu. Corfu is renowned for its exquisite beaches, Venetian architecture, and captivating history.

Day 6: Corfu – Sivota – Parga

Nestled along the picturesque western coast of mainland Greece, Sivota is a hidden gem that offers an enchanting escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. With its crystal-clear turquoise waters, lush green landscapes, and charming fishing village atmosphere, Sivota provides the perfect blend of relaxation, cultural experiences, and thrilling adventures. Whether you’re in search of a tranquil beach holiday, an immersive cultural journey, or an action-packed adventure, Sivota has something special for every traveller.

You next Welcome Parga, a stunning coastal town nestled on the northwest coast of Greece! With its turquoise waters, lush landscapes, and rich history, Parga offers an idyllic escape for travellers seeking a perfect blend of relaxation, adventure, and cultural experiences. This picturesque fishing village is located on the mainland of Greece. You will enjoy the tranquil atmosphere, dine at local tavernas.

Day 7: Parga – Preveza – Paleros

A picturesque town in Greece, boasts a rich history and stunning natural beauty. It has a deep historical heritage, with evidence of ancient civilizations and Roman ruins, making it a fascinating destination for history enthusiasts. The town is situated on the coast of the Ionian Sea and offers breathtaking views of pristine beaches, clear waters, and lush landscapes. The town features a variety of traditional Greek tavernas and restaurants, where you can savour delicious Mediterranean cuisine and fresh seafood. The town is surrounded by lush olive groves, providing a scenic backdrop for exploration and outdoor activities. Overall, Preveza is a hidden gem in Greece, offering a combination of historical charm, natural beauty, and a welcoming atmosphere for travellers looking to escape the crowds and enjoy a more laid-back Greek experience.

We will navigate our way back to Paleros for our final evening on this tour.

Day 8: Preveza – Paleros

You will disembark at 09:00 on the last day of your sailing tour in Paleros, where our amazing journey ends.



IONIAN ODYSSEY: SOUTHERN IONIAN

Embark on a captivating journey through the Ionian Islands. Explore ancient wonders such as Ancient Olympia, Melissani Cave and Lake, and Drogarati Cave. Most days will be filled with opportunities to swim and walk along paths and trails in addition to the itinerary presented below.

Day 1: Ionian Odyssey Luxury Guided Sailing Tour Embarkation Lefkada/Paleros – Sail to Porto Skrofa(Oxia)

Your Odyssey begins today as you board your yacht, ready to sail the Ionian Islands from Paleros or Lefkada from where we will at the Porto Skrofa, a well-established ecological park. This remote gem offers secluded anchorages and boasts breathtaking natural landscapes, making it an ideal setting for peaceful relaxation.

You’ll have the opportunity to anchor offshore and then disembark using the tender, allowing you to access the beach. Here you’ll find the only restaurant in the vicinity, which is renowned for its delectable and incredibly fresh seafood. It promises to be an unforgettable culinary experience against the backdrop of this pristine paradise.

Day 2: Porto Skrofa – Kyllini – Ancient Olympia – Zakynthos

Prepare for a day filled with historical delights as you disembark and journey back in time to the ancient Archaeological Site of Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games. Here you’ll have the opportunity to explore the impressive archaeological ruins, visit the fascinating museum and stand on the grounds where ancient Greek heroes displayed their athletic prowess.

Back at sea you’ll head to sail across to the picturesque island of Zakynthos, renowned for its stunning landscapes, pristine beaches, including the world-famous Shipwreck Beach (Navagio Bay) and vibrant culture. This captivating island boasts a diverse array of attractions, from breathtaking cliffs to sea turtle nesting sites. Take your time to wander through the island’s charming towns, pay a visit to the Venetian Castle and savour the local cuisine. Zakynthos promises an unforgettable vacation experience.

Day 3: Zakynthos – Navagio – Skala (Kefalonia) – Sami

Navagio Bay, accessible only by boat is also known as Shipwreck Beach, and it is a stunning and iconic location in Greece. The bay gained fame due to the shipwreck of the MV Panagiotis, which ran aground on the beach in 1980. Navagio Bay boasts crystal-clear turquoise waters that are perfect for swimming and snorkelling. Towering limestone cliffs surround the bay, creating a breathtaking backdrop, and there are caves to explore in the vicinity. Despite its remote location, Navagio Bay is a popular tourist attraction and one of the most photographed beaches in the world. Overall, Navagio Bay is a natural wonder that combines a dramatic shipwreck, pristine waters, and stunning cliffs to create a unique and memorable destination in Greece.

The Blue Caves in Zakynthos, Greece, are a natural wonder renowned for their stunning beauty. The caves are located along the island’s northeastern coast, and their waters are incredibly clear, displaying mesmerizing shades of blue and green. These caves are a geological marvel, formed by erosion and underwater seismic activity. The unique rock formations create arches and tunnels to explore. Those who enjoy snorkelling and swimming can immerse themselves in the translucent waters, revealing a world of colourful marine life beneath the surface. Overall, the Blue Caves of Zakynthos offer a natural spectacle that captivates visitors with their vibrant hues, underwater beauty, and stunning rock formations.

Sami (Kefalonia) is another town known for its natural beauty. Explore the nearby Melissani Cave and Lake, where you can take a boat ride through an underground lake, as well as visit the Drogarati cave a magnificent cave with stalactites and stalagmites.

Day 4: Sami – Vathi (Ithaka)

Melissani Cave is a natural wonder known for its captivating beauty. The cave features a stunning underground lake with clear waters and a partially collapsed roof that allows sunlight to filter in, creating mesmerizing light effects. You will visit the cave on a guided boat tour, floating through the serene waters while admiring the breathtaking stalactites and stalagmites that adorn the cave’s interior. The archaeological significance of the site is also noteworthy, with ancient artifacts and pottery found within the cave. Melissani Cave’s unique blend of natural beauty and history makes it a must-visit destination for travellers seeking a memorable experience in Kefalonia.

You will also get to visit the Drogarati Cave, which is a natural wonder known for its stunning features. This underground cavern boasts impressive stalactites and stalagmites formed over thousands of years, creating a mesmerizing visual display. The cave’s main chamber, the Sala of Apotheosis, is particularly renowned for its exceptional acoustics. You can explore the cave’s well-lit pathways and marvel at the intricate formations, including the enormous stalactite column known as the “Royal Balcony.”

You will have the opportunity to enjoy sailing and swimming on our way to Ithaka, where we will berth in Vathi, the main town on the island of Ithaka. Vathi is a charming harbour town and is said to be the legendary home of Odysseus. You will enjoy the evening with the laid-back atmosphere of the island and can also visit the local Archaeological Museum.

Day 5: Vathi – Afales – Polis – Fiskardo (Kefalonia)

On your way to Fiskardo you will have the opportunity to swim at the beautiful beaches of Afales, a picturesque beach located on the Ionian Island of Ithaca, Greece. Known for its stunning natural beauty, it offers clear turquoise waters, golden sands, and lush greenery. The highlights of Paralia Afales include its tranquillity, making it an ideal spot for relaxation and swimming. Visitors can explore the surrounding caves and cliffs, offering opportunities for hiking and adventure, and Polis on the coast of Ithaka.

Fiskardo is a picturesque harbour town that promises a charming Mediterranean experience. Fiskardo proudly showcases its Venetian architecture, colourful houses, and cobblestone streets. The marina in Fiskardo serves as a bustling hub for luxury yachts and boasts several waterfront tavernas for delightful dining, creating a serene ambiance. The crystal-clear waters and vibrant flora of Fiskardo are an irresistible invitation for travellers seeking a tranquil paradise.

While in the village, you can savour delectable seafood at local tavernas, explore boutique shops for unique souvenirs, and relish the laid-back atmosphere that makes Fiskardo such a unique destination. Visitors can revel in the tranquillity and rich history that defines Fiskardo, making it an absolute must-see destination in Kefalonia.

Moreover, the region is blessed with natural beauty, including lush cypress forests and stunning beaches like Emblissi and Foki. For adventure seekers, there are opportunities to explore sea caves and indulge in snorkelling and navigate the paths and trails on land.

Day 6: Fiskardo (Kefalonia) – Afales – Meganisi

You can visit Paralia Afales again on your way to Meganisi. Traditional Greek tavernas line the beach, serving local delicacies and fresh seafood. The beach is relatively uncrowded, providing a serene escape for those seeking a more peaceful and authentic Greek island experience in a paradisiacal setting. We will berth at Meganisi for further exploration of the island and swimming opportunities.

Day 7: Meganisi – Vathiavali – Paleros

On our last day, we will sail to Vathiavali Beach and enjoy a day of swimming and relaxation. In the evening you will also enjoy the final group dinner together.

Day 8: Paleros – Disembarkation

You will disembark at 09:00 on the last day of your sailing tour in Paleros, where our amazing journey ends.



Sailing from Athens

14 day itineraries

IONIAN ODYSSEY & HISTORICAL HIGHLIGHTS: ATHENS – ZAKYNTHOS

A luxury sailing tour from Athens to Zakynthos, including various destinations along the way, provides a fantastic experience. Here is some information about the places you will visit:

Day 1 & 2: Alimos (Athens)

Alimos (Athens) is a coastal suburb located in the southern part of Athens. It is known for its marina, which serves as a starting point for many sailing trips. Alimos offers easy access to Athens’ city centre, where you can explore iconic ancient sites like the Acropolis, the Parthenon, and the National Archaeological Museum.

Day 3: Corinth – Ancient Corinth

Corinth is an ancient city located on the isthmus that connects mainland Greece to the Peloponnese. Ancient Corinth is an archaeological site that showcases the remains of this once-thriving city, including temples, theatres, and the famous Corinthian Canal.

Day 4: Galaksidi – Delphi

Galaksidi is a quaint coastal town known for its maritime history and traditional architecture. It serves as a gateway to Delphi, one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece. Delphi was once considered the centre of the world and is famous for its ancient ruins, including the Temple of Apollo and the Delphi Archaeological Museum.

Day 5: Nafpaktos

Nafpaktos is a historic town located on the northern coast of the Gulf of Corinth. It is known for its medieval castle, charming waterfront promenade, and traditional architecture. Nafpaktos offers a glimpse into Greece’s rich history and is a popular tourist destination.

Day 6: Porto Skrofa

Porto Skrofa is a picturesque coastal village situated on the mainland, near the entrance of the Gulf of Corinth. It offers beautiful views, a tranquil atmosphere, and a small harbour for yachts and boats.

Day 7: Kalamos

Kalamos is a small island in the Ionian Sea known for its lush green landscapes, secluded beaches, and traditional Greek charm. It is an ideal destination for nature lovers and those seeking tranquillity.

Day 8: Lefkada

Lefkada is a stunning island known for its turquoise waters, sandy beaches, and rugged cliffs. It offers a variety of activities, including water sports, beach hopping, and exploring traditional villages. Lefkada is also connected to the mainland by a bridge.

Day 9: Meganisi

Meganisi is a small island located near Lefkada. It is known for its tranquil atmosphere, beautiful beaches, and traditional Greek taverns. Meganisi offers a relaxing escape with opportunities for swimming, snorkelling, and enjoying the natural beauty of the island.

Day 10: Vathy (Ithaka)

Vathy (Ithaka) is the main town and port of the island of Ithaka, famous for being the home of the legendary Greek hero Odysseus. It is a charming and traditional town with colourful houses, narrow streets, and a picturesque waterfront.

Day 11: Fiskardo (Kefalonia)

Fiskardo (Kefalonia) is a scenic fishing village located on the northern tip of Kefalonia. It is known for its colourful Venetian-style houses, quaint streets, and vibrant waterfront. Fiskardo offers a relaxing atmosphere, great seafood restaurants, and beautiful views of the Ionian Sea.

Day 12: Sami (Kefalonia)

Sami (Kefalonia) is a charming coastal town on the island of Kefalonia. It offers a picturesque harbour, beautiful beaches, and is also known for being a filming location for the movie “Captain Corelli’s Mandolin.” Nearby attractions include Melissani Cave and the Drogarati Cave.

Day 13: Katakolo – Ancient Olympia

Katakolo is a small port town located close to the ancient site of Olympia. Ancient Olympia is the birthplace of the Olympic Games and a significant archaeological site. Here, you can explore the ruins of the ancient stadium, temples, and the archaeological museum.

Day 14. Zakynthos – Navagio

Navagio Beach, also known as Shipwreck Beach, is one of the most iconic and photographed beaches in Greece. It features a secluded cove with a shipwrecked freighter sitting on the sandy shore, surrounded by towering limestone cliffs.

Day 15: Zakynthos

Zakynthos is a beautiful Greek island known for its stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and dramatic landscapes. It offers a mix of natural beauty and cultural attractions, including the famous Navagio Beach.

Visiting Ancient Olympia, Ancient Corinth, and Delphi will give you a deeper understanding of Greece’s rich history and classical heritage. These ancient sites are renowned for their archaeological remains, temples, and museums that provide insights into the ancient Greek civilization.

Overall, your luxury sailing tour from Athens to Zakynthos will allow you to explore beautiful islands, coastal towns, historic sites, and experience the stunning natural beauty of Greece.



Sailing from Zakynthos

14 day itineraries

IONIAN ODYSSEY & HISTORICAL HIGHLIGHTS: ZAKYNTHOS – ATHENS

A luxury sailing tour from Zakynthos to Athens, including various destinations along the way, sounds like a fantastic experience. Here’s some information about the places you mentioned:

Day 1. Zakynthos

Zakynthos is a beautiful Greek island known for its stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and dramatic landscapes. It offers a mix of natural beauty and cultural attractions, including the famous Navagio Beach.

Day 2. Zakynthos – Navagio

Navagio Beach, also known as Shipwreck Beach, is one of the most iconic and photographed beaches in Greece. It features a secluded cove with a shipwrecked freighter sitting on the sandy shore, surrounded by towering limestone cliffs.

Day 3. Katakolo – Ancient Olympia

Katakolo is a small port town located close to the ancient site of Olympia. Ancient Olympia is the birthplace of the Olympic Games and a significant archaeological site. Here, you can explore the ruins of the ancient stadium, temples, and the archaeological museum.

Day 4. Sami (Kefalonia)

Sami (Kefalonia) is a charming coastal town on the island of Kefalonia. It offers a picturesque harbour, beautiful beaches, and is also known for being a filming location for the movie “Captain Corelli’s Mandolin.” Nearby attractions include Melissani Cave and the Drogarati Cave.

Day 5. Fiskardo (Kefalonia)

Fiskardo (Kefalonia) is a scenic fishing village located on the northern tip of Kefalonia. It is known for its colourful Venetian-style houses, quaint streets, and vibrant waterfront. Fiskardo offers a relaxing atmosphere, great seafood restaurants, and beautiful views of the Ionian Sea.

Day 6. Vathy (Ithaka)

Vathy (Ithaka) is the main town and port of the island of Ithaka, famous for being the home of the legendary Greek hero Odysseus. It is a charming and traditional town with colourful houses, narrow streets, and a picturesque waterfront.

Day 7. Meganisi

Meganisi is a small island located near Lefkada. It is known for its tranquil atmosphere, beautiful beaches, and traditional Greek taverns. Meganisi offers a relaxing escape with opportunities for swimming, snorkelling, and enjoying the natural beauty of the island.

Day 8. Lefkada

Lefkada is a stunning island known for its turquoise waters, sandy beaches, and rugged cliffs. It offers a variety of activities, including water sports, beach hopping, and exploring traditional villages. Lefkada is also connected to the mainland by a bridge.

Day 9. Kalamos

Kalamos is a small island in the Ionian Sea known for its lush green landscapes, secluded beaches, and traditional Greek charm. It is an ideal destination for nature lovers and those seeking tranquillity.

Day 10. Porto Skrofa

Porto Skrofa is a picturesque coastal village situated on the mainland, near the entrance of the Gulf of Corinth. It offers beautiful views, a tranquil atmosphere, and a small harbour for yachts and boats.

Day 11. Nafpaktos

Nafpaktos is a historic town located on the northern coast of the Gulf of Corinth. It is known for its medieval castle, charming waterfront promenade, and traditional architecture. Nafpaktos offers a glimpse into Greece’s rich history and is a popular tourist destination.

Day 12. Galaksidi – Delphi

Galaksidi is a quaint coastal town known for its maritime history and traditional architecture. It serves as a gateway to Delphi, one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece. Delphi was once considered the centre of the world and is famous for its ancient ruins, including the Temple of Apollo and the Delphi Archaeological Museum.

Day 13. Corinth – Ancient Corinth

Corinth is an ancient city located on the isthmus that connects mainland Greece to the Peloponnese. Ancient Corinth is an archaeological site that showcases the remains of this once-thriving city, including temples, theatres, and the famous Corinthian Canal.

Day 14 & 15. Alimos (Athens)

Alimos (Athens is a coastal suburb located in the southern part of Athens. It is known for its marina, which serves as a starting point for many sailing trips. Alimos offers easy access to Athens’ city centre, where you can explore iconic ancient sites like the Acropolis, the Parthenon, and the National Archaeological Museum.

Visiting Ancient Olympia, Ancient Corinth, and Delphi will give you a deeper understanding of Greece’s rich history and classical heritage. These ancient sites are renowned for their archaeological remains, temples, and museums that provide insights into the ancient Greek civilization.

Overall, your luxury sailing tour from Zakynthos to Athens will allow you to explore beautiful islands, coastal towns, historic sites, and experience the stunning natural beauty of Greece.



IONIAN ODYSSEY: ZAKYNTHOS – CORFU

Embark on a captivating journey through the Ionian Islands and experience the highlights of mainland Greece. Explore ancient wonders such as Ancient Olympia, Melissani Cave and Lake, and Drogarati Cave.

Day 1 & 2: Zakynthos

Where our amazing tour will commence. An island famous for its stunning beaches, including the iconic Shipwreck Beach (Navagio). Explore the island’s charming towns, visit the Venetian Castle, and indulge in local cuisine.

Day 3: Katakolo

Visit Katakolo on the Greek mainland and take a side trip to Ancient Olympia, where the Olympic Games originated, and explore the impressive archaeological ruins. We will also have the opportunity to visit the Archimedes Museum.

Day 4: Porto Skrofa (Oxia)

This remote location offers secluded anchorages and breathtaking natural landscapes, perfect for peaceful relaxation.

Day 5: Vathy (Ithaka)

The main town on the island of Ithaka. This charming harbour town is said to be the legendary home of Odysseus. Enjoy the laid-back atmosphere and visit the Archaeological Museum.

Day 6: Sami (Kefalonia)

Another town on Kefalonia known for its natural beauty. Explore the nearby Melissani Cave and Lake, where you can take a boat ride through an underground lake, as well as a visit to the Drogarati cave a magnificent cave with stalactites and stalagmites.

Day 7: Fiskardo (Kefalonia)

A picturesque harbour town on the island of Kefalonia. Admire the colourful Venetian buildings, dine at waterfront tavernas, and soak in the relaxed ambiance.

Day 8: Meganisi

A small island known for its scenic bays and crystal-clear waters. Enjoy swimming, snorkelling, and exploring the island’s charming villages.

Day 9: Kalamos – Kastos

These secluded islands offer peaceful anchorages, charming villages, and unspoiled natural beauty.

Day 10: Lefkada

An island connected to the mainland by a bridge. Lefkada boasts stunning beaches, such as Porto Katsiki and Egremni, which are considered among the most beautiful in Greece.

Day 11: Paxos

Discover its traditional villages, olive groves, and beautiful beaches. Visit the Blue Caves, where sunlight creates a mesmerizing blue glow in the sea.

Day 12: Antipaxos – Paxos

We visit the small islands of Antipaxos and Paxos. These idyllic islands offer crystal-clear turquoise waters, hidden coves, and scenic coastal landscapes.

Day 13: Parga

A charming coastal town with colourful houses, a Venetian castle, and pristine beaches. Take a stroll through the narrow streets and visit the medieval fortress for panoramic views.

Day 14: Sivota

We sail from Corfu, south to Sivota, a picturesque fishing village located on the mainland of Greece. Enjoy the tranquil atmosphere, dine at local tavernas, and explore the surrounding islands.

Day 15: Corfu

A beautiful island known for its stunning beaches, Venetian architecture, and rich history.

Please note that this itinerary is an outline of what to expect, and actual tour routes may vary based on weather conditions, and individual preferences.



Sailing from Corfu

14 day itineraries

IONIAN ODYSSEY: CORFU – ZAKYNTHOS

Embark on a captivating journey through the Ionian Islands and experience the highlights of mainland Greece. Explore ancient wonders such as Ancient Olympia, Melissani Cave and Lake, and Drogarati Cave.

Day 1: Corfu

A beautiful island known for its stunning beaches, Venetian architecture, and rich history.

Day 2: Sivota

We sail from Corfu, south to Sivota, a picturesque fishing village located on the mainland of Greece. Enjoy the tranquil atmosphere, dine at local tavernas, and explore the surrounding islands.

Day 3: Parga

A charming coastal town with colourful houses, a Venetian castle, and pristine beaches. Take a stroll through the narrow streets and visit the medieval fortress for panoramic views.

Day 4: Antipaxos – Paxos

We visit the small islands of Antipaxos and Paxos. These idyllic islands offer crystal-clear turquoise waters, hidden coves, and scenic coastal landscapes.

Day 5: Paxos

Discover its traditional villages, olive groves, and beautiful beaches. Visit the Blue Caves, where sunlight creates a mesmerizing blue glow in the sea.

Day 6: Lefkada

An island connected to the mainland by a bridge. Lefkada boasts stunning beaches, such as Porto Katsiki and Egremni, which are considered among the most beautiful in Greece.

Day 7: Kalamos – Kastos

These secluded islands offer peaceful anchorages, charming villages, and unspoiled natural beauty.

Day 8: Meganisi

A small island known for its scenic bays and crystal-clear waters. Enjoy swimming, snorkelling, and exploring the island’s charming villages.

Day 9: Fiskardo (Kefalonia)

A picturesque harbour town on the island of Kefalonia. Admire the colourful Venetian buildings, dine at waterfront tavernas, and soak in the relaxed ambiance.

Day 10: Sami (Kefalonia)

Another town on Kefalonia known for its natural beauty. Explore the nearby Melissani Cave and Lake, where you can take a boat ride through an underground lake, as well as a visit to the Drogarati cave a magnificent cave with stalactites and stalagmites.

Day 11: Vathy (Ithaka)

The main town on the island of Ithaka. This charming harbour town is said to be the legendary home of Odysseus. Enjoy the laid-back atmosphere and visit the Archaeological Museum.

Day 12: Porto Skrofa (Oxia)

This remote location offers secluded anchorages and breathtaking natural landscapes, perfect for peaceful relaxation.

Day 13: Katakolo

Visit Katakolo on the Greek mainland and take a side trip to Ancient Olympia, where the Olympic Games originated, and explore the impressive archaeological ruins.

Day 14: Zakynthos

Arrive at Zakynthos, an island famous for its stunning beaches, including the iconic Shipwreck Beach (Navagio). Explore the island’s charming towns, visit the Venetian Castle, and indulge in local cuisine.

Day 15: Zakynthos

Where our amazing tour will end.

Please note that this itinerary is an outline of what to expect, and actual tour routes may vary based on weather conditions, and individual preferences.



CYCLADES

Sailing from Athens

14 day itineraries

CYCLADES: ATHENS – ATHENS

A luxury sailing tour of the Cycladic Islands explores some of the best Greece has to offer, here is the curated itinerary for your luxury sailing tour.

Day 1: Alimos (Athens) – Kea, also known as Tzia

Today you will embark on a sailing journey from Athens Alimos Marina to the Cycladic Islands, promising an unforgettable experience through the enchanting Cyclades. This tour will commence and conclude in the bustling city of Athens. Your voyage will take you to the picturesque island of Kea, where you’ll discover crystal-clear waters and charming villages that provide a perfect introduction to the Cycladic allure. Explore the delightful town of Korissia, visit the ancient ruins of Karthea ruins, and bask in the beauty of its beaches.

Day 2: Kea – Syros

Today you will sail from Kea to the Island of Syros, the capital of the Cycladic Island group.

Syros is a captivating island nestled in the Aegean Sea, where ancient history harmoniously coexists with the breathtaking landscapes and a vibrant culture. Explore Ermoupoli, the main town, with its impressive neoclassical architecture, bustling market, and picturesque alleys. Syros embodies the ideal fusion of traditional charm and modern sophistication. With its beautiful beaches, historic towns, and welcoming locals, Syros promises and an unforgettable Greek island experience.

Day 3 & 4: Syros – Mykonos

Sailing from Syros, prepare for an unforgettable journey to the enchanting island of Mykonos, Greece. Known for its pristine beaches, vibrant nightlife, and stunning Cycladic architecture, Mykonos offers a perfect fusion of relaxation, culture, and excitement for travellers.

Your day will be brimming with sailing, swimming, and various water activities. Explore the iconic windmills, wander through the charming streets of Mykonos Town (Chora) and bask in the beauty of its beaches.

Day 5: Mykonos – Paros

Today, you will embark on a journey to Paros, nestled in the heart of the Aegean Sea. Paros is an enchanting Greek island that offers a perfect blend of stunning landscapes, rich history, and a vibrant culture. With its charming, white-washed villages, golden beaches, and crystal-clear waters, Paros promises an unforgettable holiday experience. Explore the quaint town of Naoussa, visit the ancient marble quarries of Marathi, and unwind on the stunning beaches. Whether you seek adventure, relaxation, or an immersion into Greek culture, Paros has something to offer everyone.

Day 6 & 7: Paros – Santorini

Today, we will sail from Paros to the iconic island of Santorini, one of the most enchanting destinations in the Aegean Sea! Known for its breathtaking sunsets, blue-domed churches, and stunning cliffside views, Santorini is a dream locale for travellers seeking beauty and relaxation. Let our tour agency be your guide to explore this captivating island and immerse yourself in its unique culture, cuisine, and vibrant nightlife.

Spend a day delving into the island’s history and relaxing on its beautiful beaches while taking in the famous sunset.

Admire the white-washed buildings of Oia, explore the archaeological site of Akrotiri, and unwind on the volcanic beaches with their distinct black or red sand.

Don’t forget to visit the ancient site of Akrotiri, which dates to the Minoan period.

Day 8: Santorini – Folegandros

Folegandros, a hidden gem in the heart of the Aegean Sea is renowned for its untouched beauty and tranquil ambiance. It offers a perfect escape for travellers seeking an authentic Greek experience. Explore the traditional village of Chora and take in the stunning views from the clifftop church of Panagia. Folegandros boasts pristine beaches, traditional villages, and breathtaking landscapes that will captivate your heart.

Day 9 & 10: Folegandros – Milos

Cruise to Milos, a picturesque island located in the stunning Cyclades archipelago of Greece. Milos is renowned for its striking landscapes and beautiful beaches. Whether you are a beach lover, an adventure seeker, or a history enthusiast, Milos offers an unforgettable experience for every traveller.

Known for its striking landscapes and beautiful beaches, the island also boasts a rich history. You can visit the famous Venus de Milo statue at the Archaeological Museum, explore the colourful fishing village of Klima, and relax at your choice of the island’s many beautiful beaches. Enjoy a seaside lunch or visit the famous Sarakiniko Beach and Kleftiko Bay.

Day 11: Milos – Syfnos

Continue your journey to Sifnos, a picturesque island nestled in the Aegean Sea, which is part of the Cycladic Island group in Greece. Sifnos is a paradise for those seeking the perfect blend of traditional Greek charm and unspoiled natural beauty.

Explore the charming village of Kastro and visit its churches and monasteries. With its picturesque villages, crystal-clear waters, and warm hospitality, Sifnos offers an unforgettable experience for travellers seeking an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Day 12: Syfnos – Serifos

Welcome to Serifos, a rugged and unspoiled island with stunning beaches. Discover the historic town of Chora, visit the hilltop castle, and relax on its secluded beaches. This unspoiled paradise offers a perfect blend of tranquil landscapes, rich culture, and thrilling adventures. Whether you are seeking a relaxing beach getaway or an exciting exploration of ancient ruins, Serifos has it all. Join us as we take you on a journey through this hidden gem of Greece.

Day 13: Serifos – Kythnos

Sailing to Kythnos, a tranquil island known for its thermal springs. Explore the capital town of Chora, visit the ancient site of Vryokastro, and relax in the natural hot springs of Loutra.

It will be a day of swimming, relaxation, and a final group dinner together.

Day 14 & 15: Kythnos – Alimos (Athens)

You will have another opportunity to explore Kythnos and enjoy more swimming and relaxation before we set sail for our return to Alimos Marina in Athens, where your sailing adventure began.

Upon arriving in Athens, you may seize the opportunity to explore the city’s ancient wonders and vibrant nightlife, or simply relax during your last night on the yacht.

In the morning, you will disembark at 9:00 AM

Please note that this itinerary is flexible and can be adjusted depending on the pace of sailing and the time spent in each destination.



7 day itineraries

CYCLADIC ISLANDS: ATHENS

A 7-day sailing itinerary in the Cyclades starting from Athens will allow you to explore some of the most beautiful islands in the Aegean Sea. The Cyclades are famous for their white-washed buildings, clear waters, and charming villages. Here is a suggested itinerary:

Day 1: Athens to Kea (Tzia)

  • Depart from Athens early in the morning and sail to the island of Kea, the closest Cycladic Island to Athens.
  • Explore the picturesque main town of Ioulida and visit the ancient Lion of Kea.
  • Spend the night in one of the charming ports like Vourkari or Korissia.

Day 2: Kea to Kythnos

  • Sail to Kythnos, another tranquil island with beautiful sandy beaches and hot springs.
  • Visit the main town of Chora and the quaint village of Driopida.
  • Anchor in one of the bays for a peaceful night under the stars.

Day 3: Kythnos to Serifos

  • Head to Serifos, an island known for its traditional architecture and scenic landscapes.
  • Explore the charming hilltop village of Chora and the old mining areas.
  • Enjoy a beautiful sunset from one of the coastal tavernas.

Day 4: Serifos to Sifnos

  • Sail to Sifnos, famous for its rich history, traditional pottery, and delicious local cuisine.
  • Visit the picturesque towns of Kastro and Apollonia.
  • Do not miss trying some of the local specialties like chickpea balls (revithokeftedes) and almond sweets (amygdalota).

Day 5: Sifnos to Paros

  • Head to Paros, one of the most popular islands in the Cyclades, known for its stunning beaches and vibrant nightlife.
  • Explore the charming town of Naoussa and visit the famous Panagia Ekatontapiliani Church in Parikia.

Day 6: Paros to Naxos

  • Sail to Naxos, the largest island in the Cyclades, with a mix of beautiful beaches, ancient ruins, and traditional villages.
  • Visit the Portara, the impressive ancient gateway near Chora, and explore the old town’s narrow streets.
  • Enjoy a relaxing evening in one of the beachside tavernas.

Day 7: Naxos to Athens

  • On your way back to Athens, consider stopping at some smaller islands like Iraklia or Koufonisia for a swim and lunch.
  • Arrive back in Athens in the late afternoon or early evening.

Please note that this itinerary is just a suggestion, and sailing plans can be influenced by weather conditions and your preferences. Make sure to check the weather forecast and plan your route accordingly. Also, consider that the distances between the islands may vary, so it is essential to assess the sailing time for each leg of the journey.



CORINTHIAN GULF

Sailing from Athens

7 day itineraries

CORINTHIAN GULF: ATHENS

A 7-day sailing itinerary in the Corinthian Gulf offers a perfect blend of beautiful coastal landscapes, ancient sites, charming towns, and excellent sailing conditions. The Corinthian Gulf is in Greece and is surrounded by the Peloponnese Peninsula to the south and mainland Greece to the north. Here is a suggested itinerary for your sailing adventure:

Day 1: Athens to Aegina (approx. twenty nautical miles)

  • Depart from Athens and sail to the island of Aegina.
  • Explore the picturesque town of Aegina, visit the Temple of Aphaia, and enjoy some delicious Greek cuisine at local tavernas.

Day 2: Aegina to Poros (approx. twelve nautical miles)

  • Sail from Aegina to the charming island of Poros.
  • Spend the day wandering through the narrow streets, discovering historical sites like the Temple of Poseidon, and relax on the beautiful beaches.

Day 3: Poros to Hydra (approx. eighteen nautical miles)

  • Sail to the stunning island of Hydra, known for its unique architecture and car-free streets.
  • Take a walk to the Monastery of Prophet Elias for panoramic views or enjoy a leisurely swim in the clear waters.

Day 4: Hydra to Ermioni (approx. twenty nautical miles)

  • Depart from Hydra and sail to the coastal town of Ermioni.
  • Explore the traditional village, visit the local markets, and try some fresh seafood at waterfront restaurants.

Day 5: Ermioni to Nafplio (approx. twenty nautical miles)

  • Sail to Nafplio, a picturesque town with a rich history and charming atmosphere.
  • Explore the old town, visit the Palamidi Fortress, and enjoy the scenic views from the seashore.

Day 6: Nafplio to Corinth (approx. thirty nautical miles)

  • Depart from Nafplio and sail to Corinth on the mainland.
  • Visit the ancient site of Corinth and the Acrocorinth fortress, offering a glimpse into the region’s fascinating past.

Day 7: Corinth to Athens (approx. forty nautical miles)

  • Head back to Athens, enjoying the final day of sailing in the Corinthian Gulf.
  • Depending on your departure time, you may have a chance to explore more of Athens before concluding your trip.

Keep in mind that this itinerary is flexible, and you may need to adjust your plans based on weather conditions and the preferences of your group. Also, remember to check the availability of mooring spots and marinas along the way, especially during peak tourist seasons. Happy sailing!



Sailing from Zakynthos

7 day itineraries

CORINTHIAN GULF: ZAKYNTHOS

A 7-day sailing itinerary in the Corinthian Gulf starting from Zakynthos can be a wonderful experience, allowing you to explore some of the most beautiful islands and coastal regions in Greece. Below is a suggested itinerary:

Day 1: Zakynthos to Kastos (Approx. 20 nautical miles)

  • Depart from Zakynthos and head north to the small and tranquil island of Kastos.
  • Enjoy swimming, snorkelling, and relaxing in the clear waters of Kastos’ secluded bays.
  • Overnight in Kastos and enjoy the serene atmosphere of the island.

Day 2: Kastos to Ithaca (Approx. 15 nautical miles)

  • Sail eastwards to the legendary island of Ithaca, known as the homeland of Odysseus.
  • Visit the picturesque village of Vathy and explore the historic sites associated with the ancient Greek hero.
  • Anchor in a scenic bay for the night and savour the charm of Ithaca.

Day 3: Ithaca to Atokos (Approx. 12 nautical miles)

  • Set sail to the uninhabited island of Atokos, famous for its pristine beaches and clear waters.
  • Spend the day snorkelling, swimming, and hiking on this untouched paradise.
  • Overnight at anchor in one of Atokos’ sheltered coves.

Day 4: Atokos to Kalamos (Approx. 10 nautical miles)

  • Cruise to Kalamos, a lush island with beautiful landscapes and charming traditional villages.
  • Explore the island, enjoy a walk to the highest point for panoramic views, and have dinner at a local taverna.
  • Overnight in Kalamos and enjoy the peaceful ambiance of this serene island.

Day 5: Kalamos to Trizonia (Approx. 25 nautical miles)

  • Head southeast to the mainland and sail to Trizonia, a small island-like peninsula with a small village.
  • Anchor in the bay and take a stroll around the village, known for its authentic Greek atmosphere.
  • Enjoy a relaxing evening on board or visit a local taverna for a taste of Greek cuisine.

Day 6: Trizonia to Galaxidi (Approx. 12 nautical miles)

  • Sail to Galaxidi, a picturesque coastal town on the northern coast of the Gulf of Corinth.
  • Explore the charming streets, visit the Maritime Museum, and admire the traditional architecture.
  • In the evening, try some local seafood at one of the waterfront restaurants.

Day 7: Galaxidi to Zakynthos (Approx. 60 nautical miles)

  • On the final day, sail back to Zakynthos, which will take a longer journey across the Gulf of Corinth.
  • Depending on the weather and your preferences, you can make a stop at a beautiful bay or island along the way for a last swim.
  • Arrive in Zakynthos and enjoy a farewell dinner at a local restaurant to celebrate the end of a fantastic sailing journey.

Remember that sailing itineraries are always subject to weather conditions and your personal preferences. Be flexible and open to adjustments based on the conditions during your trip. Also, make sure to check local regulations and obtain any necessary permits or sailing licenses before embarking on your adventure. Happy sailing!



SARONIC GULF

Sailing from Athens

14 day itineraries

SARONIC ISLANDS: ATHENS - ATHENS

A 14-day sailing itinerary in the Saronic Islands starting from Athens will take you on a delightful journey through picturesque islands, beautiful coastlines, and historical sites. The Saronic Islands are in the Aegean Sea, near Athens, and offer a mix of stunning landscapes, clear waters, and charming villages. Here is a suggested itinerary to make the most of your trip:

Day 1: Athens to Aegina

  • Depart Athens early in the morning and sail to the island of Aegina.
  • Explore the town of Aegina, visit the Temple of Aphaia, and enjoy some local cuisine.

Day 2: Aegina to Poros

  • Sail from Aegina to the lovely island of Poros.
  • Visit the Lemon Forest, the clock tower, and enjoy the picturesque harbour.

Day 3: Poros to Hydra

  • Sail to the island of Hydra, known for its stunning architecture and vibrant arts scene.
  • Explore the charming alleys and hike up to the Monastery of Profitis Ilias for breathtaking views.

Day 4: Hydra to Dokos (or Ermioni)

  • Set sail towards the island of Dokos, which offers a more remote and secluded experience.
  • Alternatively, you can head to Ermioni, a quaint coastal town on the Peloponnese.

Day 5: Dokos (or Ermioni) to Spetses

  • Sail to the beautiful island of Spetses, known for its elegant mansions and pine forests.
  • Explore the town, relax on the beaches, and visit the Bouboulina Museum.

Day 6: Spetses to Nafplio

  • Leave Spetses and sail to Nafplio on the mainland, one of Greece’s most charming towns.
  • Discover the historic Old Town, visit Palamidi Fortress, and enjoy the lively atmosphere.

Day 7: Nafplio to Astros

  • Sail to the small town of Astros, located on the Peloponnese coast.
  • Enjoy a relaxing day on the beach or explore the nearby hills.

Day 8: Astros to Leonidio

  • Continue your journey to Leonidio, a town surrounded by stunning cliffs and perfect for rock climbing enthusiasts.
  • Explore the town or take a hike in the surrounding natural beauty.

Day 9: Leonidio to Monemvasia

  • Sail to the unique island fortress of Monemvasia.
  • Explore the medieval town and soak in the historical ambiance.

Day 10: Monemvasia to Kiparissi

  • Head to Kiparissi, a small village surrounded by lush greenery and beautiful beaches.
  • Relax and enjoy the tranquillity of this off-the-beaten-path destination.

Day 11: Kiparissi to Leonidio

  • Sail back to Leonidio for another day of exploration or relaxation.

Day 12: Leonidio to Dokos (or Ermioni)

  • Sail back to the island of Dokos or Ermioni (depending on which you visited earlier).

Day 13: Dokos (or Ermioni) to Agistri

  • Continue your journey to the island of Agistri.
  • Enjoy the island’s pristine beaches and natural beauty.

Day 14: Agistri to Athens

  • Return to Athens, completing your sailing adventure in the Saronic Islands.

Please note that this itinerary is flexible and subject to weather conditions and your preferences. Additionally, sailing times and distances may vary, so plan accordingly. Always consult local weather forecasts and sailing guides for the most up-to-date information before embarking on your journey. Enjoy your sailing adventure in the beautiful Saronic Islands!



7 day itineraries

SARONIC ISLANDS: ATHENS

A 7-day sailing itinerary in the Saronic Islands, starting from Athens, offers a delightful mix of historical sites, charming villages, beautiful beaches, and clear waters. The Saronic Gulf is located to the southwest of Athens, making it a convenient and popular sailing destination. Here is a suggested itinerary:

Day 1: Athens to Aegina (approx. fifteen nautical miles)

  • Depart from Athens and head to the island of Aegina, the closest island in the Saronic Gulf.
  • Visit the Temple of Aphaia, an ancient archaeological site.
  • Explore the picturesque town of Aegina, with its narrow streets and local shops.
  • Enjoy a meal at one of the traditional tavernas by the waterfront.

Day 2: Aegina to Poros (approx. eighteen nautical miles)

  • Sail to the island of Poros, known for its charming town and lush landscapes.
  • Explore the town of Poros with its neoclassical architecture and historic clock tower.
  • Relax on Love Bay or visit the Temple of Poseidon ruins on the island.

Day 3: Poros to Hydra (approx. fifteen nautical miles)

  • Sail to Hydra, a unique and car-free island with stunning architecture.
  • Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the stone-paved streets and visit the Historical Archive Museum.
  • Take a swim at Vlychos Beach or Bisti Beach.

Day 4: Hydra to Spetses (approx. seventeen nautical miles)

  • Head to the island of Spetses, known for its elegant mansions and vibrant nightlife.
  • Explore the charming town and visit the Bouboulina Museum, dedicated to the heroine of the Greek War of Independence.
  • Relax at Kaiki Beach or Agia Paraskevi Beach.

Day 5: Spetses to Dokos (approx. ten nautical miles)

  • Sail to the tiny island of Dokos, a secluded and uninhabited island.
  • Anchor in a quiet bay, enjoy some swimming and snorkelling, and take in the peaceful surroundings.

Day 6: Dokos to Agistri (approx. eighteen nautical miles)

  • Sail to Agistri, a small but beautiful island with clear waters.
  • Explore the island by scooter or bike, visiting places like Dragonera Beach and Aponissos Beach.
  • Enjoy a relaxing afternoon at Skala Beach.

Day 7: Agistri to Athens (approx. twenty-two nautical miles)

  • Head back to Athens, completing your sailing journey in the Saronic Gulf.

Please note that sailing itineraries can be subject to change depending on weather conditions and personal preferences. Always check the weather forecast and plan your route accordingly. Additionally, make sure to comply with local rules and regulations related to sailing and anchoring in the Saronic Islands.



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