” Ionians – Athens and Cyclades “
Crystalline Greek waters hosts plenty of charming and interesting islands, each one with its tradition and local culture. Greece is considered a place of unparalleled beauty, starting from its incredibly history to its impressive beaches and bays. From Cyclades to Ionians, a yacht is the best way to visit this incredible country, full of history and culture.
Starting in Corfù we suggest a visit to Corfù Town, the capital, which is overlooking the island from a promontory on the east coast, dominated by Neo Frourio.We suggest a stop to Garitsa Bay, the starting point to discover plenty of beautiful unspoiled beaches and caves. From Corfù you will have the possibility to reach Cephalonia, the largest of the Ionian Islands where you cannot miss the peaceful town of Lixouri, the beaches in the south and the capital, Argostoli. A spot that is worth the visit is Fiskardo, the northernmost city in Cephalonia, is the most cosmopolitan place in the area, with plenty of high level club and restaurants along with memorable sunset and landscapes.Ithaca will be waiting for you, and it is surely worth the visit. On its east side it seems to be cut in two by the Gulf of Molos, that will offer you incredibles anchorage spots.
You will now cruise from Ionian Islands toward Cyclades, and you will have the chance to cruise the Corinth Canal, one of the oldest canal in the world, a crucial navigational route in the Greek archipelago connecting the Gulf of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf. It is considered a lifetime experience, that will give you access to Athens, where you can disembark and experience the historical visit of the ancient town and moreover the worldwide renowned Acropolis. We recommend to enjoy sunset and dinner at the Ithaki Restaurant, located at the best place of Athenian Riviera in Vouliagméni. A unique panoramic view, offering an idyllic atmosphere, will please your night in GreeceAfter having visited Athens, you are ready to reach and visit outstanding destination such as Aegina, Spetses, Hydra and Porto Heli.
You will have the opportunity to visit Cyclades, part of the Aegean Archipelago. Gorgeous sandy beaches, architecture in white and blue, traditional lifestyle, and barren landscapes turn a trip to the Cyclades into a lifetime experience. The first part of your trip will include Kea, Sifnos and Folegandros, then you can move toward north cruising trough Paxos, Naxos and reach Mykonos, where we suggest to spend at least two days in order to enjoy in full the magic in that area. You will start your cruise toward Bodrum, having the opportunity to make some last “greek stops” into Kos and Amorgos. You will disembark in Bodrum Marina, a magic and full of history place, settled into the Bodrum’s dazzling blue bay in which the Aegean and the Mediterranean seas meet together.