Athens, the cradle of civilization, one of the world’s oldest cities stands side by side with the port of Piraeus, the largest port in the Mediterranean. The city features countless ancient monuments, museums, galleries, cafes and bars to visit. Relax with a lazy stroll around the sun-soaked Plaka or enjoy yourselves with a glass of wine.
Arrive 07:00 – Overnight
If you’ve heard of Ibiza then you’ve heard of Mykonos. ‘’The island of the winds’’, as it is called, is famous for its wild nightlife, its beaches and its windmills that attracts people of fame from all around the globe.
Depart Mykonos 07:00 – Arrive in Milos 13:00 and Depart 23:59
There is no island in the Cyclades that has more breathtaking and unique beaches than Milos, some of whom have been formed by ancient volcano activity. Don’t miss the one of a kind landscape of Sarakiniko beach, the town of Plaka and the harbor of Adhamas. Also, grasp the opportunity to take a tour at the mining museum or pay a visit to the Church of Panagia Thalassitra
Arrive 08:00 – Overnight and Depart on next day at 23:00
One of the most well-known places under the sun, Santorini is a breathtaking island that features a unique architectural style that makes people from all over the world travel thousands of miles in order to admire it. The island’s geography is a unique result of an earthquake that took place many centuries ago. Take a jeep safari into the interior, cruise to Santorini’s smaller islands and volcanoes, visit the Akrotiri excavations or drink coffee at Oia Village, 300 meters above the sea.
Arrive 07:00 – Depart 10:30
Heraklion, the capital of Crete, stands proud as the imposing Koules fortress oversees the former Venetian harbor. Heraklion’s world – class Archaeological Museum invites you to pay it a visit. The city is just a short drive to the home to Europe’s oldest civilization, the Minoan Palace of Knossos. For those not into sightseeing, the city center offers many a great places to dine or shop.
Arrive 11:30 – Depart 17:00
Kusadasi, a beach resort famous for its marina and its colorful bazaar and seaside restaurants and bars, offers you the opportunity to shop unique handmade items as well as enjoy a plethora of local culinary flavors. Kusadasi’s proximity to the ancient ruins of Ephesus, and its Terrace Houses one of the world’s largest open-air museums, the House of Virgin Mary and the Sirince Village, is another reason to justify its worldwide fame.
Back to Athens, the cradle of civilization, one of the world’s oldest cities stands side by side with the port of Piraeus, the largest port in the Mediterranean. The city features countless ancient monuments, museums, galleries, cafes and bars to visit. Relax with a lazy stroll around the sun-soaked Plaka, visit the Akropolis and its New Akropolis Museum or take a tour of the Temple of Poseidon, at Cape Sounion while admiring the breathtaking view of the Saronic Gulf or enjoy yourselves with a glass of wine.