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Santorini, Greece

Santorini: 2-9 June 2018

ROUTE

Santorini – Amorgos – Small Cyclades – Paros – Ios – Santorini

AVAILABLE SPOTS
  • 16 persons
  • 2 yachts
COST
  • 450 EURO/spot in a double cabin on yacht (2003-2009)
  • 550 Euro/spot in double cabin on newer yacht (2011-2016)
  • If you want to know what is included and what is not included click here.

Travel in style! Spend your holiday on a yacht!

Feel the freedom to chose. A new island, beach or bay every day!

It’s ok to have questions. We will try to give you all the answers. If you don’t want to spend your holiday in hotels, coaches, crowded beaches, limited tours then let us know!

Cyclade Islands

You wake up in the morning in a place you see only in the movies, you’re right there, you just have to walk out of the cabin and jump into the blue and cristal water. You can climb on a volcano or enjoy the unique in the world thermal springs, explore archaeological sites, or wander around on the narrow streets, taverns, boutiques and churches, a lot of churches.

In the evening, have a glass of Santorini’s famous red wine and see with your own eyes the most spectacular sunset in the world, the sunset seen from Oia. Later you can enjoy cocktails on a cozy terrace or dance under the stars at a spontaneous party on an uninhabited island. Sounds good?

Well, it is a complex experience, where you enjoy beautiful places, have fun, be amazed seeing the fate that nature has reserved for an entire civilization. We spend 7 days on a sailing yacht, island hopping, stopping for a bath or relaxing time on the beach wherever we like, having dinner at anchor in crystal clear water bays, making new friends.

Santorini

A few thousand years ago, it was a volcanic island of a round, prosperous shape, but a colossal eruption made the center of the volcano sink, leaving only the rocky walls in the eastern part of Santorini today, and the volcano crater, the caldera.

About Santorini the words do not suffice… It is the pearl of the Cyclades. Between red sand and the black sand beach or between the emerald water and the sunset from Oia, hot water springs and much more, it’s hard to decide where to go first. One thing is clear: Santorini must be visited at least once in a lifetime.

We can visit Nea Kameni volcano, we can swim at the thermal springs in the north of the volcanic island and in order to understand what has happened and what was the fascinating history of this island, we have to spend at least 2 hours at Akrotiri, the only site where we can find homes and various objects before the great eruption.

“More wine than water, more churches than houses, more donkeys than men.”

Amorgos

Amorgos is one of the most beautiful greek islands, a small jewel, the island that inspired Luc Besson to shoot The Big Blue on Agia Anna beach and we will go right there. But surely the most representative image for Amorgos is the impressive Hozoviotissa monastery, built in steep cliffs above the sea.

There, the monks serve you with a home made brandy and delicious lokum from Syros and tell you the legends of the place.

Small Cyclade

Small Cyclades is a group of small islands (Irakleia, Schoinousa, Keros, Ano Antikeri, Kato Koufonisi and Ano Koufonisi). Some of them are inhabited all year round but the number of inhabitants does not exceed 400. They are isolated islands, only accessible to tourists who come with the boat. The water is unrealistically clear and the typical greek atmosphere awaits you. It’s the place you want to stay for at least 2-3 days.

Paros

Paros is the location where we meet for yachting. You can get there either by plane to Paros or by plane to Athens then by ferry to Paros.

Paros was famous in the ancient times for its very good quality marble used in statues and temples, which justifies the beautiful beaches and crystal blue water, especially between Paros and Antiparos. It is an island full of life, very popular during summer among tourists from all over the world. The old port of Naoussa is perhaps the most scenic place, where you see nothing but the typical greek houses, boats and fishermen’s taverns.

Ios

Ios is famous among young people for its nightlife, is the island where parties start in the afternoon and keep up until the early hours of the morning. It will visit Chora, one of the most traditional Greek cities with paved alleys and old windmills, and from the height of the city the view to the sea is breathtaking.

Santorini Route