Day 1 Athens - Santorini (ferry)
Pick up from your hotel in Athens and transfer to the port for the ferry to Santorini. Arrive in Santorini, meet at the port and transfer to your hotel. Overnight in Santorini.
Day 2 Santorini
All day free on this enchanting island, Santorini to enjoy its breathtaking views, sizzling black sandy beaches and dazzling sunset. Overnight in Santorini.
Day 3 Santorini
Full day free to enjoy the many villages perched along the cliffside. Stay overnight in Santorini.
Day 4 Santorini - Naxos (ferry)
Transfer to the port for the ferry to Naxos. Arrive in Naxos and be transferred to your hotel. Stay overnight in Naxos.
Day 5 Naxos
All day free to explore its pristine, undiscovered beauty and hidden villages nestled among rolling hills. Enjoy the culture, traditional cuisine and numerous sandy beaches. Overnight in Naxos.
Day 6 Naxos - Mykonos (ferry)
Transfer to the port for the ferry to Mykonos. Arrive in Mykonos and transfer to your hotel. Overnight in Mykonos.
Day 7 Mykonos
A day at leisure to laze on one of the island’s endless sandy beaches, wander the winding streets of Mykonos town or take an optional excursion to Delos. In the evening, join the exciting and world famous nightlife that attracts visitors from all over the world. Stay overnight in Mykonos.
Day 8 Mykonos - Pireaus Port, Athens (ferry)
Transfer to the port for the ferry to Piraeus Port, Athens. Arrive at the port. End of our services.
Athens is the city of the Olympic Idea, the city of artists, cultural channel scientific centre, East and West for each voyager, the crossroads of every major event for the active, the fashion that is in for avid sophisticates, the Parthenon, of all and for all.
Athens has much to offer: near-constant sunshine, access to sandy beaches and idyllic islands, and of course that first stunning view of the Acropolis.
Today is a modern city, alive and on the go. Modern, but romantic as well, with busy streets and squares, shop windows a riot of colors, as well as little alleys in quiet, peaceful neighborhoods such as Plaka and Mets.In the countless shops, the visitor will find whatever he may need. In the tavernas and restaurants he can enjoy any taste sensation, in the nightclubs, pubs, discos, and bars he can drink and dance the night away.
Santorini is a small island, located at the south end of the Cyclades island complex, but one of the best-know, differ from the other islands in the group thanks to its geological morphology, the result of action by a volcano now dormant. Her name is officially Thira but Santorini is how the island is calls most of the time. She covers an area of 96 km2 and has a total coastline of 69 kilometres.
The landscape on the western side of island,where towering cliffs crowned by tiny and blindingly-white houses plunge straight into the depths of the sea.
The steep coastline of the west is countered by the vast beaches of the east side, some of them sandy and others with pebbles.
With one word Mykonos is world famous. It is not an accident that this most cosmopolitan of all of the Greek Islands attracts so many visitors from all around the world, including large number of artists, intellectuals and famous. She covers an area of 85 km2. Here the steep mountains to be encountered in most of the Cyclades Islands Group give way to low, rocky hills which combine with stunning coastline and superb beaches to make up the landscape of the Mykonos.
The capital Hora Town with its colorful harbor in which little fishing boats nest happily side by side with luxury yachts presents quite a different picture from that of the majority of Aegean Island towns. While it is usual for island villages to be built on naturally amphitheatrically sites, Mykonos is spread out over a flat area and conveys an impression of solid aesthetic cohesion. Along the whitewashed streets stand brilliant white cubic houses with stepped walls for sitting on wooden doors and windows and brightly colored balconies.
Area 448 sq. km. Distance from Piraeus 103 nautical miles).Naxos, the largest and most fertile of the Cycladic islands, lies almost at the centre of the Aegean. Meadows running down to vast beaches, cliffs sinking suddenly into the sea, rocky mountains side-by-side with fertile valleys, abundant springs and streams these are just some of the features of a natural environment marked for its variety. The coastline of Naxos is abrupt on the south side and more sheltered to the west, with numerous inlets and sandy beaches.
Hora stands on a naturally amphitheatrical site on a hillside on the north-west side of the island and is one of the most attractive towns in the Cyclades. As the visitor walks from the harbour high up to the Venetian castle, he will be struck by the beauty of the narrow winding lanes and the old stone houses lining them.
There are also good swimming beaches at Agios Prokopios, Mikri Vigla, Kastraki, Alikos, Pirgaki, Agiassos (on the west side), Apolonas, Psili Amos, Panormos, Pahia Amos and elsewhere. The superb beaches of island, its attractive villages and its wealth of monuments draw thousands of visitors to the island each year.
01.04.2013 to 25.10.2013 (Departs Everyday).