Cyclades, Aegean Sea
The world renowned Cycladic islands are at the heart of the Aegean archipelago and the best way to experience their magic is to charter a sailing yacht and explore the islands.
You can experience the unique architecture of distinct white houses with blue windows, the incredible “virgin” beaches with the most transparent blue waters and numerous bays and anchorages. Each island has a unique a charm waiting to be explored.
Cyclades offer the exclusivity of the cosmopolitan life and the privacy and tranquility for those seeking an escape from the masses.
Cyclades are ideal for island hopping since they are very close to each other. They are considered to be a sailor’s paradise since they have the clearest waters, astonishing beaches, the most romantic sunsets and extraordinary local specialties and wine.
The most popular islands are: Amorgos, Andros, Folegandros, Ios, Kea, Kythnos, Milos, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros, Santorini, Sifnos, Serifos, Sikinos, Syros, Tinos, Donoússa, Páno Koufoníssi, Skhinoússa, Irakliá
Kolona Beach, Kythnos: a strip of golden sand connects the island of Kythnos with the islet of Saint Loukas creating two magnificent beaches. This a masterpiece of nature which apart from the exotic scenery offers one of the best anchorages in Cyclades
Anafi: ideal destination for someone wanting to explore the genuine, unspoilt Greek island life. It is a relatively small island idyllic for enthusiastic walkers.
Little Venice, Mykonos: the most romantic site in Mykonos. Elegant and gorgeous old houses are situated precariously on the edge of the sea.
Santorini: the island of extremes; the most romantic town built on a cliff's edge hundreds of feet above the sea, where the beaches are black and red and where the volcano, the creator of this magic scenery, lays only a short boat ride away. The sunset from Santorini’s caldera is one of the most romantic spectacles.
Sarakiniko Beach, Milos: the impressive bright white rocks over the blue waters of the same constitute an unforgettable scenery.
Kleftiko, Milos: a famous cove with numerous cave and crystal clear waters which used to be a hideout for pirates
Short cruise: Athens - Kithnos – Serifors – Sifnos – Milos - Kimwlos
Long cruise: Athens - Kea - Kithnos – Siros – Mykonos – Naxos – Amorgos – Santorini – Ios - Folegandros