A week in the Saronic Islands, where you and your friends will enjoy sailing from one island to another, turquoise water bays, charming small towns, the delicious flavors of Greek cuisine. Add a spectacular sunset seen from the sea or from the top of an island and you get the picture of a perfect day.
A one week holiday on a yacht means sea, sun, sailing and a lot of fun at a very affordable price. All yachts can accommodate 6-11 people, in double cabins and have 2 bathrooms and a fully equipped kitchen.
The Argo-Saronic Islands- Poros, Hydra, Dokos, Spetses, are part of a chain held in the southern Saronic Gulf, near the Peloponnese Peninsula and Athens. These islands are considered the paradise of the south-western Aegean.
Explore the Saronic Islands and enjoy crystal clear waters, natural bays, fascinating towns and delicious cuisine – a real paradise for you to live in for a week.
Poros is separated from the mainland by a narrow channel. The romantic atmosphere, narrow streets, taxi boats that connect the mainland with the city of Galata and the seafront terraces where you can watch dozens of yachts moor, may remind you of Venice and its charm.
The town is built in the form of an amphitheater, with traditional large houses and cobblestone streets. At its heart there is the promenade with many taverns, shops and terraces – the perfect place to enjoy a coffee and a delicious gelato.
Hydra is a small beautiful island, where Elizabeth Taylor and Leonard Cohen bought properties. The streets are narrow and steep, without parking lots. Donkeys are the only means of transport used on the island. No motors on Hydra!
The port is the perfect place to enjoy a coffee or a shopping session in the chic shops where you can often find nice and quality products.
Watching the sunset from the cliffs of Hydra is a must-do and the perfect place for this is Sunset Restaurant, considered by many one of the restaurants with the most beautiful view in the world. See for yourself.
We close the day in a beach bar, located on a high cliff, with an amazing view of the sea, where we can enjoy some good music and cocktails.
Dokos is as beautiful as it is wild, the only sign of civilization being the ruins of a Byzantine castle. In the north-east of the island there is a wide bay, well known for the anchor parties.
We will moor here and have a wild corner of nature just for us. This is the best place for snorkeling, trekking to the top of the island, barbeque fresh fish from the sea and enjoying a nice dinner onboard under the stars.