(Greek Cyclades Yacht Charter)
Imagine yourself exploring Athens & the most beautiful Greek Islands on a private yacht with crew. Set sail from the cultural epicentre of the Greek nation, Athens, and cruise the Aegean Sea on your own private yacht. See the world famous beaches of Mykonos, and the cliffside architecture of Santorini where you can experience some of the most impressive sunsets known across the globe. Explore the unique seaside towns on Sifnos, Naxos and Kythnos. With a dedicated skipper and crew aiming to tailor the daily schedule to your desires, you can stop to swim, soak up the sun, or explore a hidden cove on a whim. The flexibility of a private yacht charter is unrivaled in traditional cruise travel. Includes Athens luxury accommodations, private transfers & tours with expert guide. This is the best way of exploring Greece.
Enjoy your private airport transfer today.
The Royal Olympic Palace (5*) in Athens features an impressive architecture and design, and is situated right in front of the Temple of Zeus, just a few steps from the Acropolis, the Plaka (Old Town) and the shopping district. The wonderful mirrored facade beautifully reflects the ancient ruins, while the elegant entrance, with its statues and paintings, offers guests a warm and hearty welcome. The hotel features functional banqueting rooms, as well as two bars and two restaurants, an outdoor swimming pool, fitness room, sauna and hairdresser. The Royal Olympic Hotel also provides complimentary Wi-Fi Internet connection throughout the property, a jewelery and souvenir shop.
Enjoy a private full day tour day tour of Athens with car and expert guide. This tour gives you an opportunity to observe the striking contrasts that make Athens such a fascinating city. Our expert guides take you to see the centre of the city, Constitution Square (Syntagma), the Parliament, the Memorial to the Unknown Soldier and the National Library. On your way to the Acropolis you will see the Panathenaic Stadium (where the first Olympic Games of the modern era were held in 1896), the Temple of Olympian Zeus and Hadrian's Arch. At the Acropolis we visit the architectural masterpieces of the Golden Age of Athens: the Propylaea, the Temple of Athena Nike, the Erechtheion and, finally, the monument that 'puts order in the mind', the Parthenon. In the afternoon drive along the coastal road, past the wonderful beaches of Glyfada,Vouliagmenis and Varkiza to the most Southern point of Attica, Cape Sounion, where the white marble pillars of the Temple of Poseidon stand.On the way, you have a splendid view of the Saronic Gulf and the little islands offshore.After visiting the Temple of Poseidon, you have time to walk at leisure on the rocky promontory of Sounion. The tour takes around eight hours and includes the entrance fees to Acropolis and Poseidon temple.
Enjoy a private port transfer in Athens with private vehicle and driver.
Welcome aboard! Meet your yacht's crew and take some time to get settled into your cabin as you'll be setting sail shortly.
Sifnos is an island municipality in the Greek Cyclades, originally inhabited as far back as 4000 BCE. The main town, near the center, is known as Apollonia, home of the island's folklore museum. The village of Kastro, built on top of a high cliff on the island's northwestern shore on the site of the ancient city of Siphnos, today has extensive medieval remains and is the location of the island's archeological museum. The port settlement, on the west coast of the island is known as Kamares, and sits on the magnificent Bay of Kamares.
The M/Y Alexandros II is a Greek luxury yacht with a sporty and vibrant appearance, and a cruising speed of 28 knots. The vessel is available for exclusive charters, and can accommodate up to 8 guests total in one master cabin, one V.I.P cabin and two twin cabins. Cruise the Mediterranean in a vessel more easily maneuvered to explore the beautiful coastlines than large cruiseliners.
Today you'll cruise for Santorini, marking the first of two consecutive days spent at this incredible island. Enjoy your view of the caldera as you sail to Santorini, a geological remnant of the catastrophic blast that lead to the rapid collapse of the Minoan civilization.
Santorini is made up of three close-knit islands, the most southerly of the Cyclades group. The islands have dramatic scenery created by a now inactive volcano situated in the centre of the main island Thira. On the west, white houses perch on cliffs that plunge dramatically to the sea; on the east there are long, beautiful beaches of black volcanic sand.
Naxos is a Greek island, the largest island in the Cyclades island group in the Aegean. It was the centre of archaic Cycladic culture. Naxos is a popular tourist destination, with several easily accessible ruins. It has a number of beautiful beaches, such as those at Agia Anna, Agios Prokopios, Alikos, Kastraki, Mikri Vigla, Plaka, and Agios Georgios, most of them near Hora. Naxos is the most fertile island of the Cyclades.
Today you'll set sail for your first of two days in Mykonos. You're likely to catch some sights of Paros or Delos on the way, or perhaps some even smaller islands that dot the Cyclades.
Mykonos is a Greek island renowned for its sandy beaches, cosmopolitan atmosphere and its intense nightlife. The island is part of the Cyclades, lying between Tinos, Siros, Paros and Naxos. Many Greek and a few international celebrities have summer residences in Mykonos and can often be spotted having dinner at a small street-side table of an expensive restaurant or in a cozy taverna. The island has a legendary nightlife featured by a vast number of bars and nightclubs, but peace and tranquility can easily be found away from these areas.
Kythnos is a Greek island and municipality in the Western Cyclades between Kea and Serifos. It has more than 70 beaches, many of which are still inaccessible by road. The island has two significant settlements, the village of Messaria or Kythnos, known locally as Hora, and the village of Driopis or Driopida, also known as Horio. Both villages are notable for their winding and often stepped streets, too narrow for vehicular traffic. The villages are very picturesque but in different architectural styles. On the northeast end of the island lies Loutra, a village famous for its thermal springs, which are said to have curative properties. Besides its numerous beaches and picturesque villages, it also is the site of one of the largest caves in Greece, Katafiki Cave in Dryopida.
After breakfast this morning, you'll disembark from your yacht with your private voyage having now come to its conclusion.
Citizens of other countries may require a visa. Please ask your Sales Advisor. These requirements change often and therefore it is best that you check with the Embassy of Greece for the most up to date visa information.
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