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  MYKONOS SAILING TOURS

   BOAT TOURS FROM MYKONOS

3 Day tour 

 

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Day 1: We set sail from the port of Mykonos Tourlos. Our first destination is Naxos:

Naxos is the largest island of Cyclades and it is located in the center of this complex, between Paros and Mykonos. According to mythology, this was the nuptial isle of the god Dionysus, the god of wine. This is why there is a sanctuary dedicated to Dionysus in the inland of Naxos island. Ideal for families and romantic couples, Naxos Greece is famous for the exotic beaches. Plaka, Agios Prokopios, Orkos and Mikri Vigla are among the most beautiful beaches on the island, while the entire western coastline is ideal for windsurfing and Kitesurfing due to the strong winds that blow there in the afternoon. A drive to the inland will bring you to picturesque villages and interesting sightseeing. We are going to spend the night and the next morning we set sail to Paros.

 

Day 2:  Paros: Paros in Greece is among the most popular islands of Cyclades. Located in the heart of the Aegean Sea, Paros island is ideal for young people, romantic couples and families, too. The Parian traditional villages, particularly Naoussa, Parikia and Lefkes, are perfect samples of Cycladic architecture, with whitewashed sugar houses, paved streets and blue-domed churches. The beaches are famous for the exotic water and the golden sand. The beaches on the south eastern side, such as Golden Beach and New Golden Beach, are particularly popular for windsurfing. A nice day trip from the island is the small island of Antiparos, with the crystal beaches and the relaxing atmosphere. We are going to spend the night and the next morning we set sail to Delos and Mykonos.

 

Day 3: Delos - Mykonos: The small rocky island of Delos is part of the Cyclades and is located a few miles south-west of Mykonos Greece. According to mythology, Delos is the birthplace of Apollo, god of music, of truth and light, and his twin sister Artemis, goddess of hunting. The small rocky islet of Delos is part of the Cyclades and is located a few miles south-west of Mykonos Greece. According to mythology, Delos is the birthplace of Apollo, god of music, of truth and light, and his twin sister Artemis, goddess of hunting. After an amazing day in Delos and Rhenia (the island next to Delos) we set sail to Mykonos to enjoy the beautiful sunset. For the last night we anchor at the port of Mykonos.

  ISLAND HOPPING FROM MYKONOS

7 Day tour 

 

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A unique weekly sailing tour that includes the best destinations in Greece. 

 

Day 1  Paros: We set sail from the port of Mykonos Tourlos. Our first destination is Paros, among the most popular islands of Cyclades. Located in the heart of the Aegean Sea, Paros island is ideal for young people, romantic couples and families, too. The Parian traditional villages, particularly Naoussa, Parikia and Lefkes, are perfect samples of Cycladic architecture, with whitewashed sugar houses, paved streets and blue-domed churches. The beaches are famous for the exotic water and the golden sand. The beaches on the south eastern side, such as Golden Beach and New Golden Beach, are particularly popular for windsurfing. A nice day trip from the island is the small island of Antiparos, with the crystal beaches and the relaxing atmosphere. We are going to spend the night and the next morning we set sail to Ios.

 

Day 2  Ios It is particularly famous for the wonderful beaches, the picturesque village of Chora and certainly the intense nightlife that attracts mostly young crowds. Beach parties start in the midday and last till the early hours in Mylopotas, making it a popular place for teenagers and youth. However, this island is not only for partying. It has great places to relax away from large crowds and noise. The coastline of Ios has wonderful beaches with soft sand and emerald waters. You will also love walking along the narrow paved streets of Chora, one of the most picturesque villages in Cyclades. From the highest spot of Chora, you will enjoy a breathtaking view to the sea. We are going to spend the night and the next morning we set sail to Santorini

 

Day 3  Santorini: Santorini is the top destination in Greece and among the most romantic destinations in the Greek islands and also in the world. Located in the Aegean Sea, in the Cyclades islands, Santorini island was the site of one of the largest volcanic eruptions in the world and what remains today is a submerged volcano and a caldera. Amazing villages have been constructed on the edge of this caldera, with Cycladic architecture and breathtaking view to the sea. Apart from the fabulous caldera villages, Santorini, Greece is also famous for the romantic sunset, the volcano and the luxurious resorts. We are going to spend the night and the next morning we set sail to Iraklia.

 

Day 4 Iraklia: A tiny island of Small Cyclades, Iraklia is geographically located between Naxos and Ios. Although it is found between two popular Greek islands, due to its small size, Iraklia island has managed to keep it calm vibe away from mass tourism. This is a perfect destination to enjoy some private and peaceful moments. The beaches are not organized in Iraklia Greece and they can be reached mostly on foot, which makes it a great place for trekking and free camping. Tourist facilities are few on the island, but there are enough to cater for the limited number of visitors. We are going to spend the night and the next morning we set sail to Schinoussa-Koufonisi.

 

Day 5 Schinoussa-Koufonisi: Schinoussa Greece is a tiny island in the center of the Aegean Sea. Located south of Naxos, Schinoussa island belongs to the complex of Small Cyclades, along with Koufonissia, Donoussa and Iraklia. This island is perfect for calm, alternative vacations. The wild landscape, the isolate beaches and the relaxing atmosphere captivate visitors and creates a perfect place for total privacy. Tourist facilities are few in Schinoussa but enough to cater for the limited number of visitors. The beaches are crystal and are mostly accessible on foot. Koufonisia is actually a complex of two islands: Pano Koufonissi which is inhabited and has tourist facilities, and Kato Koufonissi which is totally uninhabited and visited only for a beach trip from Koufonissi. Located between Naxos and Amorgos, Koufonisia island is an ideal place to relax. Perfect for walking and cycling, there are many fantastic beaches to visit. Most activities in Koufonisia Greece are concentrated in Chora, where most tourist accommodation, taverns and shops are found. We are going to spend the night and the next morning we set sail to Naxos.

 

Day 6 Naxos: Naxos is the largest island of Cyclades and it is located in the center of this complex, between Paros and Mykonos. According to mythology, this was the nuptial isle of the god Dionysus, the god of wine. This is why there is a sanctuary dedicated to Dionysus in the inland of Naxos island. Ideal for families and romantic couples, Naxos Greece is famous for the exotic beaches. Plaka, Agios Prokopios, Orkos and Mikri Vigla are among the most beautiful beaches on the island, while the entire western coastline is ideal for windsurfing and Kitesurfing due to the strong winds that blow there in the afternoon. A drive to the inland will bring you to picturesque villages and interesting sightseeing. We are going to spend the night and the next morning we set sail to Delos-Mykonos.

 

Day 7 Delos-Mykonos: The small rocky island of Delos is part of the Cyclades and is located a few miles south-west of Mykonos Greece. According to mythology, Delos is the birthplace of Apollo, god of music, of truth and light, and his twin sister Artemis, goddess of hunting. The small rocky islet of Delos is part of the Cyclades and is located a few miles south-west of Mykonos Greece. According to mythology, Delos is the birthplace of Apollo, god of music, of truth and light, and his twin sister Artemis, goddess of hunting. After an amazing day in Delos and Rhenia (the island next to Delos) we set sail to Mykonos to enjoy the beautiful sunset. For the last night we anchor at the port of Mykonos.