Discover the Aegean Sea through yacht and sailing adventures. Its pristine beaches, fascinating villages and ancient sites form the perfect backdrop for an authentic experience.
Immerse yourself in Folegandros’ authenticity from an entirely new point of view by embarking on this yacht charter adventure. Every wave will carry you closer to this Aegean gem’s enchanting landscapes and warm hospitality.
With constant, mild winds, minimal tides and crystal-clear waters -it’s difficult to find a better sailing destination. But it isn’t just about the beauty of this sea but also about its plethora of islands and unexplored bays that make it an ideal yachting experience.
The cosmopolitan capital of Mykonos is famous for its nightlife and party loving atmosphere. The streets are full of designer clothes and jewellery boutiques, bars, cafes and restaurants that offer a variety of tastes and styles.
Sail along the southern coast of Mykonos and swim at its most famous beaches. Among them are Ornos, Super Paradise and Platis Gialos. They vary from crowded to nude beaches, offering something for every taste and mood. A visit to the archaeological site of Delos is a must too.
Like its sister islands of Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonissos, Syros is thickly wooded with neo-classical mansions. Its central square, Miaoulis, is a lovely pedestrian area adorned with bougainvillea and palm trees.
Syros has many beautiful beaches. Galissas beach, a kilometre long, has golden sand and shallow waters that are family friendly; it is also protected from the typical Meltemi wind of the Aegean. Vari beach is a sheltered bay with a narrow naturist beach that is boarded by tamarisk trees; it attracts families and package tour tourists.
Syros is a cultural island that is alive 12 months of the year and has its own university. It is the home of rembetika, and its famous son was Markos Vamvakaris (1905-72), composer and master of the bouzouki.
Discover the uninhabited paradise islands of Antikeri and Dryma where swimming, snorkelling and soaking up the sun in the crystal clear waters is the order of the day. The secluded beaches and beautiful scenery makes this an ideal adventure for anyone wanting to learn how to sail or simply have some fun.
The rocky landscape of Amorgos showcases a geological tapestry and pristine beaches, while hiking enthusiasts can hike to stunning panoramic viewpoints. The island is also a destination for water sports enthusiasts with azure waters, rocky cliffs and secluded coves to explore. Visit the whitewashed Monastery of Hozoviotissa and take in the magnificent view from above or walk to the beautiful beach at Agia Anna surrounded by cliffs and a small chapel. Aegiali is the second port of Amorgos and offers a large safe bay for Catamarans and Sailboats to anchor. It is protected from most winds except the NE. Other great anchorage spots are Kalotartissa, Liveros and the islet of Gramvousa opposite Chalara beach.
If you’re a fan of pristine beaches and practically having them all to yourself, then Naxos is a great place for you. It’s home to some of the most beautiful beaches and is surrounded by a variety of magnificent landscapes.
During Naxos sailing tours, you can explore the island’s southern coast and discover the Rina Cave or other boat-only accessible Naxian locations. Moreover, you can get a taste of its renowned local cuisine on a Naxos cruise with lunch.
There’s nothing quite like being able to sail through renowned Greek islands and experience their quintessential island life. It’s the best way to escape from the daily grind and enjoy some quality time with your loved ones. Besides, it’s the perfect mix of adventure and tranquility that will leave you wanting more.
Embark on a yacht sailing adventure through the Aegean Sea. Explore renowned Greek islands and immerse yourself in quintessential island culture. Throw your worries to the wind and let the gentle breeze caress your skin.
The posh little sister of Santorini and Mykonos, Paros is an enchanting mixture of picturesque villages, boutique shops, water sports, and sandy beaches. Its two main hubs, Parikia and Naoussa, are a heady maze of narrow white-washed streets to wander.
Its many beaches, including Chrysi Akti, Santa Maria, and Pounta, offer a variety of swimming experiences. Or, head toward the island’s interior to discover the traditional village of Lefkes. Known for its neoclassical architecture, the village is an architectural gem.
The thickly wooded Sporades islands are a delight to explore by yacht. It’s a toss-up as to whether Skiathos, Skopelos or Alonissos is the greenest, but their ‘brother’ Skyros is both pine-wooded and rocky, with its white Hora atop a bare promontory that’s visible from miles away. It’s also home to a modern marina.
From here you can easily visit their smaller uninhabited relatives, and enjoy the wealth of sheltered bays and deserted beaches. Or drop anchor in Koutalas, a serene and protected cove where you can swim and soak up the sun. Ashore, there’s a charming fishing village with cobbled alleys and whitewashed houses. Dinner in a local taverna is a must.
With a wide variety of islands, pristine beaches and cliffs, countless bays with crystal clear water, picturesque harbours, a diverse marine life and a long sailing season, the Aegean Sea offers something for every sailor.
The most important factor in planning your Greece island hopping adventure is figuring out when you want to go and what kind of yacht experience you’re looking for. Aside from that, you should also consider your sailing level & the people you’re going with.
There are several different boat tours available in Milos including half day and full day tours to Kleftiko. These trips usually depart from Adamas, the main port town on Milos island.