Saronic Golf & Peloponnese
At the south west of Athens, Aegina, Angistri, Poros, Methana, Epidaurus, Hydra and Spetses are waiting to win you over and take you through the most relaxing sceneries in Greece.
Depending on how south you desire to go, Eastern Peloponnese (Ermioni, Nafplio, Monemvasia, Elafonissos) combines breathtaking sceneries and some of the best beaches in Greece. Sailing in the Saronic Golf is always a pleasure, as the area is known for ideal sailing conditions. Furthermore, the Saronic islands are close to the mainland and to each other and therefore you can benefit from sailing short distances.
Perdika Bay, Aegina: A picturesque fishing village with traditional fish restaurants and cafes that overlook the peaceful Saronic Golf. The sunset of Perdika Bay is breathtaking.
Poros: A very romantic cove offering the opportunity to swim in the green waters under the lush pine trees!
Epidaurus, home of the Sanctuary of Asklepios, a perfectly preserved 2,500 years old amphitheater which is a world heritage site. The amphitheater is considered one of the most inspiring theatrical venues in the world and it is open to live performances during the Athens and Epidaurus Festival in the summer
Spetses, the stylish neoclassical island where the spectacular Armata festival takes place during which you can enjoy theatrical plays, art exhibitions and plenty of fireworks.
Hydra, Greece’s fairy tale island, where donkeys are the preferred means of transport. Its authentic charm has made it the “island of artists”
Elafonissos, also known as the “Deer Island”, a small island at the southern tip of the Peloponnese with shallow turquoise waters and some of the best beaches in Greece
Monemvasia, travel back in time in a medieval fortress town
Short cruise: Aegina – Poros – Hydra - Spetses
Long cruise: Aegina – Epidauros - Methana – Poros – Hydra – Dokos – Ermioni – Spetses –Monemvasia - Elafonisos