Located at the crossroads of Europe and Asia and considered the cradle of Western Civilisation, Greece is almost unparalleled in the complexity and history of its country and culture. Experience a blend of natural beauty, cosmopolitan lifestyle and fascinating history among the islands of the Aegean Sea. Whilst each island has an individual charm, all offer warm hospitality, great food and a relaxed atmosphere. Beautiful anchorages include quaint harbours with turquoise seas; whilst the more dramatic landscapes offer clean mountain air and hot springs. There is plenty to discover!
Enjoy an overnight stay in Piraeus. Piraeus is a port city in the region of AVca, Greece. Piraeus is located within the Athens urban area, 12 kilometres southwest from its city centre, and lies along the east coast of the Saronic Gulf. Visit the Parthenon with the newly opened Acropolis museum and explore the capital of one of the oldest democracies in the world. Dine in the picturesque Mikrolimano, where restaurants jostle for space around the harbour, serving fish and all manner of seafood.
Leaving the bustling and fascinating port of Piraeus for a visit to Kea, an exceptionally picturesque island. On the south side of Nikolaos Bay, which was a pirate stronghold in the 13th century, is this li`le port of Korissia, built on the side of ancient Korissia.
Andros, or Andro is the northernmost island of the Greek Cyclades archipelago. The island is famous for its Sariza spring at Apoikia where the water comes out of a lionhead. Palaeopolis, the ancient capital, was built into a steep hillside, and its harbor’s breakwater can still be seen underwater.
Tinos is famous amongst Greeks for the Church of Panagia Evangelistria, its 80 or so windmills, about 1000 artistic dovecotes, 50 active villages and its Venetian fortifications at the mountain, Exomvourgo. All around the island of Tinos, the islanders have made the most incredible things out of stone. The hills are all terraced with stone walls; every village is connected to its most proximate neighbors by stone walkways set between a parallel set of stone walls.
The Greek island of Syros is full of beauty and charm, created by its unspoiled landscape; its authenticity and traditional villages.
Chora, as the town of Mykonos is commonly known, captivates visitors with its beautiful position, scale and architecture. It’s one of the most famous and cosmopolitan of the Greek islands. Renowned discotheques and nightclubs attract Athenian show business personalites. Tiny streets and windmills are scattered on the hill and an area of the town leads down to the sea. This picturesque and ogen photographed area is aptly called the Venice of Mykonos. Some fine sandy beaches can be found on the island.
Delos is a small island, rocky and barren, where light dominates from the first moments of the breaking day until dusk, as neither high mountain masses nor silhouettes of trees shut out its perfect reflection. Paros is a whole world fulfilling everyone’s expectations of an Aegean Island. Serene landscape with fertile valleys and rolling hills dotted with small churches and monasteries, endless sandy beaches with sparkling blue waters.
Naxos was the centre of archaic Cycladic culture. The island is famous as a source of emery, a rock rich in corundum, which until modern time was one of the best abrasives available
Amorgos is known as the island of the “Deep Blue”. Located at the Southeastern edge of the Cyclades, it is an oblong island with an abrupt mountainous morphology.
Ios is one of the most beautiful islands in the Aegean Sea. It is surrounded by Santorini, Paros, Naxos and Sikinos. White houses and deep blue waters give the island its Cycladic beach.
Santorini, otherwise known as Thira, is located in the southernmost point of Cyclades. It’s the island famous worldwide for its great wines, the international and local cuisine and most of all, for the villages, which are situated on cliffs and offer breathtaking views over the submerged volcano. The island also has impressive beaches with black, red or white sand! It is a popular island with intense night life that a`racts thousands of visitors each year.
Folegrandos is a small and rocky island with wild beauty and a spectacular capital perched on a cliff with medieval dwellings.
Milos Island, which is famed for its natural beauty. Take a trip to Klegiko Bay, located in the south west side of the island. Access is possible only from the seaway. Even on your first visit, Klegiko may appear familiar, as it appears in many tourist guides, showing the characteristic rock and cave.
As one of the quietest and idyllic places on the island, it is characterised by wonderful views, the picturesque alleys, cosy taverns, which combine to create an ideal stop for your tour of Sifnos.
Serifos is considered among the most picturesque Cycladic areas with white windmills and paved alleys. Visitors enjoy the magnificent view from the north side of the island towards Kythnos. You can see Syros in the Northeast, East Paros, Sifnos in the southeast and Milos on the South side.
Cape Sounio has been recognized since prehistoric times as a special place of worship, and was an important sanctuary during the Greek Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic periods. Kea has several lovely villages, providing guests with a variety of dining and nightlife venues, and a wide range of accommodation. Your fascinating trip among the islands of the Aegean Sea will end in Athens.