Explore world-famous islands!
Undoubtedly approaching Santorini by sea is one of the most unforgettable experiences you will ever have. The island together with the smaller islands of Thirasia and Aspro are part of a volcanic crater submerged in the sea. The islet of Kameni, in the middle, competes the formation you will encounter as you approach Santorini. Naturally, the steep caldera cliffs, with height ranging from 200 m to 400 m, will capture your eye with the whitewashed houses and churches sprinkled on top. A sight you will never forget.
You may dock in the marina of Vlichada, at the south tip of the island. You will be safely protected by the winds. Here you will leave the yacht to explore an island that has lots to offer. Dark sand beaches. Unique sunsets over the caldera from the towns of Fira and Oia. Important archaeological sites. Excellent food and beautiful vineyards.
Taste the exquisite wines! Its volcanic soil seems to lend a faint smoky bouquet to local wines that make the unique and are cherished by wine connoisseurs.
One of the most cosmopolitan destinations in the world, this stylish island will impress you with its offering of natural beauty, sandy beaches with crystal clear waters, exceptional food and nightlife.
Safely harboured in the Mykonos marina, widely known as New Port, you can take time to explore this beautiful island starting from Chora, the Mykonos town, a few kilometres from the port. When in Chora, visit Kato Mili, a hill with a row of 7 preserved windmills, a Mykonos landmark. From there, enjoy the spectacular view of the town and the Aegean Sea. Then, walk to the Little Venice quarter. Here the buildings are literally standing on the sea. Sip a cocktail in one of the many cafes and bars. Take in the romantic atmosphere as the sea waves lap the sides of the picturesque buildings lining the sea front.
Swim in some of its legendary beaches. Try Panormos or Elia if you prefer a more relaxing experience or Ornos, Paradise or Super Paradise Beach if you are into hard partying.