The islands play an essential role in shaping Greece’s morphology and have always been deeply ingrained in the country’s cultural identity.
Out of the 6,000 islands and islets scattered across the Greek Sea, only 227 are populated. The Greek coastline showcases a diverse topography with long stretches of beach, sheltered bays and coves, sandy beaches, sand dunes, pebble beaches, wetlands and deltas, seawater caverns, and dark-colored sand in volcanic areas.
Explore the breathtaking Greek islands! Discover the top boat tours in Greece to experience stunning beauty of the Aegean Sea. There are a variety of Top Yacht half-day or full-day cruises to choose from, including 7+2 options.

1. Experience a luxurious Santorini Sunset Cruise in the Caldera waters.

The beauty of Santorini, the attractions along the southern coast, the thermal springs in the Volcano area, and all the other famous spots in the caldera basin are definitely worth a visit. Opt for semi-private or private options to experience a renowned sunset while sailing on a luxurious yacht or catamaran. An extraordinary experience is enjoyed with loved ones, whether they are family, friends, or colleagues.
Here are some top places to visit. To make the most of your trip, consider booking a half-day cruise on a motor yacht/RIB or a full-day tour on a catamaran or sailing boat.
The Volcanic Red Beach stands out as the most renowned beach in Santorini. The color and structure of these rock formations are a result of the island’s history of volcanic eruptions. Santorini’s Red Beach stands out as one of the most stunning and distinctive beaches on the island, thanks to its vibrant color! This beach is perfect for snorkeling due to its wild scenery and diverse marine life.
White Beach and Limestone: The sand is actually black, not white, as the name suggests. This beach is named after the many white pebbles and large white rocks scattered around. The shoreline is shallow, and the water is crystal clear, perfect for a rejuvenating swim! White Beach stands out from its red-colored counterpart as a unique wonder.
Mesa Pigadia is a small bay surrounded by stunning volcanic rocks that offer shelter from the strong north winds. Swimming and relaxation are both easily achievable in this area. Moreover, the caved constructions called “syrmata,” built by local fishermen to protect their boats in winter, add a lovely element to the natural surroundings with their colorful doors. For those seeking adventure, there is also a cave that leads to White Beach.
The black lava rocks of Black Mountain showcase prehistoric masterpieces with unique and unusual patterns. This spot in the southern part of the island cannot be reached by car. Embarking on a boat journey is the ultimate way to witness the volcanic magnificence of the coast.
Make sure to have your camera ready to capture this rock formation, famously named Indian Face Rock. Located in the southern part of the island, Indian Rock is a distinctive rock formation that some believe resembles an Indian profile, while others see the likeness of Spyridon Marinatos, the archaeologist who discovered the Akrotiri archaeological site.
Located next to the Indian Rock on the island’s southwest edge, the Venetian Lighthouse can be found just past the historic village of Akrotiri. Gazing towards the south, away from the caldera, and out onto the vast expanse of deep blue open sea. This lighthouse is considered one of the finest in Greece. Constructed in 1892 to operate on oil, it has been updated to run on electricity and remains functional to this day.
While cruising on the yacht near the shore, enjoy the sight of Santorini’s two islands (Palaia Kameni and Nea Kameni), formed by black lava. The underwater Volcano shapes the island’s current structure and morphology, standing out as a key attraction of Santorini. Santorini used to be a larger, circular island known as Strogili due to volcanic explosions, some of which happened underwater.
Moreover, the renowned Hot Springs, situated in the foothills of Palaia Kameni island, are celebrated for their healing qualities. These waters are gentle and warm, packed with iron. Enjoy a unique mud bath while taking in the stunning Caldera view.
Behold the stunning and expansive cliffs of the caldera from the water, along with the charming white-washed villages perched on Santorini’s cliffs. On a ship in Santorini, the backdrop is perfect for your photos.
Thirasia Island is a petite island located near Santorini, only a short distance from the village of Oia. Thirasia exudes a serene, historical charm that cherishes its past and authenticity. Thirasia shares many similarities with Santorini, such as the distinctive terrain, architecture of buildings and churches, and stunning views.
Aspronisi, known as the “white island” in Greek, is a tiny uninhabited rocky island situated in the Santorini caldera, to the west of Santorini and the Kameni islands, and to the south of Thirassia. In the 2nd millennium BC, the massive Minoan eruption formed the island, which was later expanded by ongoing volcanic processes. Aspronisi Island got its name because it is partially composed of white pumice. This small island features two pebble beaches and a small harbor, but the towering cliffs make it challenging to access.
Ammoudi Bay and Saint Nicholas Islet: Ammoudi is Oia’s charming harbor, a small village with just a few traditional buildings built around the natural bay. In Ammoudi, you’ll find port services and a handful of pubs. During the summer, numerous fishing and excursion boats dock there, forming a truly picturesque scene. Ammoudi is encircled by impressive, steep red cliffs and is considered one of the most charming spots in Santorini.
This rocky little island, St. Nicholas islet, located about 20 meters off the coast, serves as a swimming target. This petite rocky island is famous for its platform where you can jump or dive into the pristine waters of the Aegean Sea (depth exceeding 1,000m).
Armeni Bay is located on Santorini’s northwest coast, below the picturesque village of Oia. It offers stunning views of the caldera and the nearby island of Therasia. This location is a secure spot for anchoring just a short distance south of Ammoudi Bay, easily reachable by boats.
Located to the east of Armeni Beach is the hidden chapel of Saints Eftapedes (the Holy Seven Youths of Ephesus), accessible only by boat. This quaint chapel in Oia is the oldest, with a history spanning over 200 years. The cave where the Holy Seven Youths of Ephesus found refuge saved them from an attack.
Every cruise comes with round-trip transportation to and from Hotels/Airbnb, onboard meals, wine, beers, soft drinks, refreshments, snorkeling gear, and safety equipment.
Day Tours typically last 4-5 hours, usually starting around 10am and ending at 3pm. Sunset Tours run from 3:30pm until after sunset, while Full-Day Tours can last 9-10 hours.



2. Mykonos to Rhenia and Delos islands.

While in Mykonos, you’re in for an unforgettable sailing experience. Explore these exquisite island treasures close to the island of the winds. An exclusive cruise offering visits to historic sites and exploration of stunning natural landscapes.
Once your vessel departs from the dock, settle into a cozy seat on a luxurious boat (motor yacht, catamaran, RIB, or sailing boat), lean back, and enjoy the view of the island’s picturesque white houses. Embark on a journey across the serene Aegean waters to the untouched islands of Rhenia and Delos, following a brief cruise along the western part of Mykonos (north or south, depending on where you start).
Delos, a UNESCO world heritage site, is renowned as a globally acclaimed archaeological site. Just a short distance from the lively Mykonos. It’s a chance to explore the resurgence of Greek civilization’s grandeur. It’s the leader of the Cyclades, the birthplace of the immortals. Apollo, the god of light, and the goddess Artemis were born there, making the island sacred. It’s Delos.
Rhenia is an exquisitely beautiful island located just a short distance from Delos. It features stunning golden-sand beaches and clear turquoise-emerald waters. Four secluded sandy beaches on the island—Glyfada, Straits, Lia, and Vineyards—are all shielded by two coves. An exclusive and private spot for yacht enthusiasts, Rhenia is included in the Natura 2000 network of protected areas.
Indulge in some leisure time at Rhenia swimming or snorkeling while the crew gets your delectable meal ready to be served onboard. Check out some of the island’s breathtaking windmills and Mykonos town on the return trip. Sit back and savor a breathtaking golden sunset on the sunset cruise. Capture the sunset over the horizon with some photos.
Select from three distinct options to personalize your journey (Morning, sunset, or full-day cruise). Make sure to visit the UNESCO-listed archaeological site of Delos during the Morning or Full-Day trip. If not, consider adding an additional swimming stop to enhance your experience onboard with a delicious meal and refreshing drinks. Choose between a private or small group semi-private cruise departing from Mykonos.



3. Full-Day a Cruise to Explore Milos and Polyaigos islands.

This cruise in the Aegean Sea is truly spectacular!
Set sail on a lavish catamaran, Speedboat or sailing boat and discover the beauty of Milos and the stunning island of Polyaigos in a sophisticated manner. All the destinations you plan to visit can only be reached by boat.
Take in the stunning views of the blue waters of the Aegean and the breathtaking landscapes and coastlines. Experience the picturesque sights of traditional fishing villages, lava rocks, colorful houses, abandoned mines, stunning sea caves, beautiful beaches, and crystal-clear waters such as Kleftiko and Gerakas. Take a dip in the crystal-clear light blue waters of Polyaigosos island, also referred to as the “Blue Lagoon” Galazia Nera.
Highlights of the cruise:
Embarking from Adamas Port, you’ll explore:
Sykia is an extraordinary natural wonder, the largest cave on the island nestled amidst vibrant volcanic rocks. There will be a break for swimming and snorkeling in the crystal clear, emerald waters. It’s time to savor a delightful brunch! This open-air cavern is truly one of a kind! You have the option to swim under the open roof or relax at the small beach inside the cave. The water inside the cave has a transparent green-blue color, but it is deep and cold due to the lack of natural light. Opting for a cruise on an inflatable boat (RIB) allows you to venture inside and explore.

Kleftiko: The renowned bay, a sanctuary for the ancient pirates. Swimming and snorkeling are a must-do in the crystal green-blue waters, exploring the sea caves and admiring the magnificent landscape as the bay is enclosed by a complex of impressive white volcanic rock formations. When there are no winds, the water is calm and resembles glass. Rocks protrude from the water, creating caves and tunnels for you to explore by swimming through. According to numerous reviewers and visitors, the water has an electric blue hue that is incredibly clear, giving the sensation of being in a dream. Exploring the caves and tunnels reveals a stunning array of blue and green hues in the water. Even if you’re not a fan of swimming, the location is incredibly scenic.

Gerakas is a small sandy beach on the southern coast of Milos, surrounded by impressive white geological rock formations. Prepare to be captivated by the golden sand and the incredibly vivid turquoise water.
Enjoying a dip in the hot spring is a must-do during the trip. Experience delicious homemade traditional cuisine while savoring a drink with a breathtaking view. Get yourself a snorkeling mask, dive into the sea from your boat, and join me in exploring swimming towards the shore. Strive to locate the small thermal spot. Dive into the inviting water and feel the gas bubbles gently caress your feet, being mindful not to disturb their origin. It might be scorching!

Galazia Nera: Polyaigos stands as the largest uninhabited island in the Aegean Sea, truly a paradise on earth. For sailing enthusiasts, this is regarded as one of the top and most stunning sailing spots in all of Greece. Located on the northwest side of Milos Island, next to Kimolos Island. The island is named after the many goats that roam freely. Polyaigos has been designated as a site of exceptional beauty and is safeguarded by the Natura 2000 network due to being the natural home of the Mediterranean Monk Seal Monachus-Monachus. If you’re fortunate, you might have the opportunity to meet one! This swimming spot known as “Galazia Nera” bay is the island’s trademark, featuring a small narrow bay with steep white rocks, white sand, and crystal-clear light blue waters, often referred to as the “Blue Lagoon”.
Many boat cruises also pass by:

Cape Vani stands out as one of the most remarkable landmarks on the island of Milos. This is an abandoned manganese and iron mine. This 19th-century old mine is a massive and deep opening located at the cape’s edge, next to the sea. It is encircled by vertically cut rocks, showcasing layers in black and ruby red hues.
The old Sulfur Mines can be found in the southeastern part of Milos. These locations are no longer in use, but were operational until 1956. It is a secluded area that is most easily accessible by boat. They have been formed over the past one or two million years. The formation of various essential minerals such as Perlite, Kaolin, Bentonite, and Baryte is attributed to the hot water thermals in this region.

Glaronisia: The “Seagull islets” represent a unique geological wonder, with volcanic rock forming hexagonal columns, a rare sight found in only a few countries globally. One of the cliffs features a cave that can be sailed into if the cruise boat is small enough.

Klima: Klima stands out as the most picturesque fishing village of Milos. Milos was the first capital and the location where the famous Venus de Milo statue was found. This stunning village is located near Tripiti, overlooking the Gulf of Milos. The picturesque charm of Klima stems from its syrmata, the fishermen’s houses nestled into the rocks with vibrant colored wooden doors. Experiencing the sunset here is truly remarkable.

Arkoudes: A collection of jagged and steep lava rocks, named for their resemblance to a bear. Located directly across from Plathiena Beach on the north side of Milos.



4. Looking into Cruises in Crete.

         A. Chania to Balos lagoon & Gramvousa island

Set sail on a luxurious motor yacht or sailing boat for a unique cruise on your very own private and exclusive yacht!
An amazing journey to the Balos Lagoon and the island of Gramvousa.
Balos is considered one of the most stunning beaches in Europe and the most photographed beach in Crete. Balos is renowned for its wild natural beauty,  breathtaking exotic environment, turquoise waters, and pink-white sand created by countless crushed shells and corals. The area’s natural beauty creates a unique and exotic landscape. Beyond the rocks at the lagoon’s edge, the water deepens and chills, creating an ideal spot for snorkeling. The Natura 2000 program ensures the protection of the lagoon and its surrounding area, home to unique vegetation and animals. Eleonora falcons, shags, and cormorants reside in the region’s caves. Moreover, the region acts as a sanctuary for the endangered monk seal and loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta). These few hours in this stunning location will leave a lasting impression on you.
Following your departure from Balos, you head towards Gramvousa, an island known for its pirate history. This uninhabited island, once a pirate hideout, boasts a beautiful beach and snorkeling spot, along with the chance to explore the remains of a Venetian castle dating back to the 16th century perched at the island’s highest point. Follow the path from the shore to reach the island’s highest peak, offering a stunning view of the Venetian Castle, Balos, and the nearby islands of Gramvousa and Antikythera.
Capture images of the shipwreck, dive into the pristine waters, and investigate the reef alongside the shipwreck.
After a wonderful day of sunshine and ocean, you’ll head back to the port. Spending time in this enchanting place will create unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime.



B.  Sfakia to Marmara Beach, Glyka Nera beach and Loutro village

Discovering these unique south Crete beauties is truly wonderful. You have the option to schedule this boat trip in the morning, afternoon, or for a full-day cruise. This schedule is perfect for both adults and children since the pristine waters in the bays you explore are well-preserved.
Marmara Beach, situated in a small bay at the exit of the Gorge of Aradena, is named after the word “marble.” Marmara is distinguished by the soft colorful rocks that blanket the area, which is how it got its name. These rocks contribute to the pristine clarity of the water. Snorkeling in this area will truly amaze you. Close to the beach, there’s a cozy tavern where you can unwind, enjoy a drink, or grab a bite to eat. The food is meticulously prepared using locally sourced ingredients.

Loutro is a charming and serene small seaside village on the south coast of Crete, only reachable by sea or on foot. This makes it the perfect spot for individuals looking to unwind, rekindle connections, and recharge. This location was once the site of the ancient city of Phoenix and served as the port of Ancient Anopolis. Eventually, it evolved into the primary port for Sfakia, benefiting from the sheltered bay and the small island that form a secure harbor, ensuring ships are protected during severe weather conditions. This bay, located by the sea, features a distinctive waterfront with whitewashed buildings, blue windows, and pink blossomed bougainvillea. An exceptional representation of the Cycladic scenery… but located on the island of Crete!
Regarded as one of the most enchanting beaches in Crete, Glyka Nera Beach is a secluded spot on the southwestern coast of Crete, reachable only by foot or boat. This stunning beach is shielded from the wind and boasts gorgeous crystal-clear water. The sea water tends to be chilly due to the underwater springs, even in the peak of summer. However, the exquisite fine pebble beach is a must-visit for its intimate and romantic ambiance, along with the breathtaking backdrop of towering rocky cliffs and the crystal-clear freshwater springs merging into the sea. Named after the numerous springs that flow out of the ground by the beach, the name translates to “sweet waters.” Glyka Nera beach is undeniably one of Crete’s hidden gems, a destination that showcases the island’s unparalleled beauty.


C.  Ierapetra to Chrissi Island Day Trip

Ierapetra stands as the southernmost town of Europe, a highly sought-after destination in Crete, and the fourth largest town on the island.
Prepare to indulge in a luxurious, personalized journey to one of Crete’s most breathtaking islands, Chrissi Island.
The subtropical environment of Chrissi Island is absolutely stunning. Exotic and warm waters in various shades of blue and green, golden beaches (from which it derived its name), a protected forest with cedar trees that are over 200 years old, and soft pale sand. Experience the perfect blend of nature and history on a leisurely day out with your loved ones.

Chrissi Island, also referred to as Gaidouronissi (donkey) Island, is among the 81 uninhabited islands off the coast of Crete, situated 9 nautical miles south of Ierapetra, approximately a 30-minute ride on a motor yacht. The island’s ecosystem and natural beauty have earned it a spot in the European initiative NATURA 2000 to safeguard the southernmost gem of the Mediterranean. It boasts exotic waters, golden beaches, and unique Libyan cedar trees covering about a quarter of the island.
When you visit Chrissi Island, you’ll appreciate the scenic path through the forest and sand dunes that guide you from the dock to the beach. The island boasts golden sand and a diverse range of flora and fauna. The northern shores (Belegrina, Hatzivolakas, Kataprosopo) boast an abundance of seashells.
Because of the island’s untouched natural surroundings, there are no roads, making it challenging for individuals with mobility issues.
Here’s the proposed itinerary:
Setting sail from the fishing port of Ierapetra and reaching Chrissi island after a quick (around 25 minutes) boat ride. If you’re fortunate, you might spot dolphins during the journey to the island.
Make your way to Vougiou Mati Beach. Following a 10-minute stroll north through the Lebanon cedar forest, you’ll arrive at Belegrina (“Golden”) Beach adorned with thousands of shells. You’ll have a generous 3-hour window to swim, relax on the beach, or wander around the island on foot, soaking in the various hues of the tropical waters.

Return to the boat and cruise to another bay located between Chrissi Island and Mikronissi Island, secluded from the wind and crowds of tourists. The yacht will be anchored there for a duration of 3 hours. There will be plenty of time to swim, snorkel to appreciate the undersea beauty, or even try your hand at fishing. While the captain and crew will be getting your lunch ready, they will be preparing Cretan dishes using fresh homegrown ingredients. You can enjoy your meal in good company with a variety of drinks, including wines, beers, and soft drinks. To finish off, there will be fruits and traditional sweets available under the shade of the boat’s canopy.
Sailing the sea makes time fly! It’s time to head back to Ierapetra, filled with memories of the stunning natural landscape, golden sand, and captivating waters.



5. Pros to Panteronisia, Despotiko & Antiparos islands.

Paros stands out as a top summer spot in the Cyclades, drawing in a large number of tourists and even some famous faces annually.
Booking a memorable cruise from Paros to visit three different islands in one day is a must-do activity. Embark on a full-day or half-day cruise to Antiparos, Despotiko, and Panteronissia to discover hidden gems and stunning natural landscapes in the heart of the Aegean Sea aboard your private Speedboat/Catamaran. Customize the itinerary to suit your preferences and enjoy the ultimate freedom.

Antiparos, located just one nautical mile southwest of Paros, stands out as a charming small island with a laid-back atmosphere. It boasts crystal blue waters, golden sand beaches, cobblestone streets, and whitewashed buildings. Antiparos is a less crowded destination, yet it exudes a cosmopolitan atmosphere with various entertainment choices and numerous intriguing attractions.
This destination is known for its beautiful sandy beaches, charming villages, cobblestone streets lined with colorful flowers, bustling markets, historic Venetian Castle, sea caves along the coast, and the renowned

Cave of Agios Yiannis with its stunning rock formations. It is advisable to have your skipper disembark from the boat and explore the island’s various land attractions during your full-day trip.
Continuing the day trip at South Antiparos, you’ll find caves for underwater exploration and diving rocks set against a stunning backdrop. Memorable experiences suitable for all ages.
Exploring the coastline, with its beautiful beaches and charming coves, leads to the captivating and deserted rocky islet of Despotiko, known for its significant archaeological value. This location offers a tranquil escape for you to enjoy. The moon-like surface features both small and expansive beaches that are untouched. The captivating deep blue hue originates from the vast depths of water found in various locations. This location is ideal for enjoying a swim and soaking up the sun on the boat while enjoying a refreshing drink and snack provided onboard.

Despotiko is situated in the heart of the Cycladic islands, maintaining its pristine beauty untouched by the passage of time and human influence, offering breathtaking landscapes and beaches. Livadi boasts incredible silver sand, making it truly breathtaking.
Next stop, Panteronissia, a cluster of islands and rocky islets famous among the public. This destination is often referred to as the “Caribbean” of the Aegean due to its stunning crystal-clear, green waters that captivate all visitors arriving by boat. Swimming and relaxation are both options at this location.
The two primary islets of Panteronissia create a passage with waters of such vibrant colors that they are visible from above.
Setting sail from the island of Paros (choices from Parikia, Punta, or Aliki ports)
The route provided is a general guide, with the captain selecting the best locations based on weather conditions for a memorable sailing experience around Antiparos, Despotiko, and Panteronissia.



6. Athens Riviera to Sounio and Saronic Gulf jewels (Hydra, Dokos, Spetses).

It’s definitely a standout experience while staying in the beautiful Greek capital of Athens.

Embark on a luxurious full-day (9-10 hours) private cruise around the Athenian Riviera, exploring the stunning islands of Hydra and Spetses.
Exploring the area from the sea is the ultimate way to experience it, perfect for couples, families, or groups of friends.
Enjoy your day on luxurious vessels, admiring the stunning views of the Athens coastline and the crystal-clear waters of the Saronic Gulf.
Upon boarding, you will be greeted by the crew, given details about the yacht/RIB facilities, weather updates, and an overview of the cruise. Following that, you will cruise south, passing Aegina Island and making your way towards the prestigious island of Hydra in the Argosaronic Gulf.
Upon reaching the crescent-shaped harbor, one cannot help but admire Hydra’s amphitheater-like structure perched on a hillside with a stunning view of the sea. This island exudes a romantic charm that has remained untouched over the years, making it a top destination in Greece. There are numerous restaurants, shops, markets, and galleries around the port. Donkeys and water taxis are the main modes of public transportation in Hydra since cars are prohibited. In the densely populated area, residents typically walk to get around and come across historic stone houses, winding cobblestone streets, quiet squares, and various other points of interest.
Following your exploration of Hydra Island, you head to Dokos Island, a secluded island nestled between the southern coast of Peloponnisos and the islands of Hydra and Spetses. Dokos is perfect for individuals who appreciate untamed scenery, serenity, and breathtaking sunset vistas! Embark on a journey to a secluded bay to enjoy a swim and unwind in the pristine waters. This island boasts significant historic discoveries dating back over 8,000 years and is home to the world’s oldest shipwreck.

Our next stop on the cruise will be the island of Spetses, known for its rich naval history and important role in the 1821 War of Independence. The island has successfully maintained its unique traditional charm due to its well-preserved grand captain mansions, which still vividly reflect the island’s rich history. Spetses has an arguably elegant atmosphere, mainly thanks to the Venetian mansions of its Town, which emit a vintage aura. The charming old harbor and Dapia, a bustling tourist and commercial hub where the island’s entertainment scene thrives, define the town of Spetses.Embark on a romantic journey around the island in horse-drawn carriages and marvel at the grand mansions lining the narrow-cobbled streets.
Head back to the yacht and sail towards Athens while admiring the stunning sunset hues.
While on your daily excursion, your private captain/skipper can arrange a lunch stop at a recommended waterfront restaurant (additional cost) while your private boat remains available at the dock for as long as needed (within tour hours).

This service can also be provided as an add-on, with roundtrip transportation to and from your hotel in Athens center available via limo service or luxury minibus service, depending on the number of guests. If your hotel is located along the coast of Attica, we can also arrange for embarkation/disembarkation there, no matter which yacht mooring port you choose.


7. Small Cyclades Tour, from Koufonissia to Irakleia and Schinousa.

When in Greece, you have three main departing locations to choose from for organizing a full-day cruise to the Small Cyclades islands: Paros, Naxos, or Santorini.
Perhaps the most convenient choice is to begin the tour from a south-east port in Paros, such as Aliki or Punta ports on a luxury RIB.
Venture to paradise and discover pristine beaches, captivating waters, sea caves, and breathtaking landscapes.
After considering the weather conditions and consulting with your captain, you will plan your itinerary for the day trip, including the following destinations:
Irakleia stands out as a remarkable find in the Aegean Sea, being the biggest and most westerly island in the Small Cyclades Island group. This location is becoming increasingly popular and captivating in the center of the Aegean Archipelago.
Located in the southwest of the island, specifically in the bay of Alimia, lies a sunken German fighter plane known as the “ARADO” from World War II. It can be seen with snorkel equipment. The airplane was entangled in fishermen nets near Santorini Island at a depth of 250m and was then moved to its current location.
Exploring one of the most fascinating Cycladic caves, St. John’s cave, provides a chance to swim at the nearby beach and snorkel around the rocky outcrops, where sea life tends to hide.
If you think you have some time to spare on the island. Arrive at the main port and savor your coffee on one of Irakleia’s distinctive terraces, with a view of the endless blue of the archipelago.
Your adventure will proceed to Schinoussa island. This small island is somewhat secluded, making it a perfect secret escape for travelers who appreciate untouched natural beauty.
The terrain features gentle green hills and valleys, along with numerous beaches where the sand glistens in the sun, making it a perfect spot in Cyclades.
Diving into the pristine waters of the 18 beautiful beaches on the island is a must-do activity.
Explore Tsiggouri bay, a stunning location shielded from north winds, boasting breathtaking natural beauty.

Your journey will conclude at the enchanting Koufonissia. The scenery in Koufonissia is absolutely breathtaking! Unreal turquoise water, glittering sand, laid-back atmosphere, and Cycladic architecture combine to form a captivating scene in the Cyclades archipelago. Enjoy a refreshing swim break at Kato Koufonissi. Kato Koufonissi provides an exceptional backdrop for snorkeling and hidden beaches where you can relax in complete seclusion.

Arrive at Pano Koufonisi to savor local delicacies while gazing at the stunning emerald, sapphire, and turquoise waters, and take a swim break at the renowned Pori beach.
Pano Koufonissi island is a popular destination for a relaxing holiday with fresh seafood, turquoise waters, and golden sandy beaches. Don’t forget to explore Rina Cave on Naxos’s southern coast on your way back. This stunning cave, located on the right side of the beach with the same name, is home to bird nests. On the left side of the cave, there is a spring providing fresh water. Upon stepping into the cave, the tranquil underwater scene transforms into a vibrant display of corals and redfish. From the top of the cave, you can appreciate the stalactites that decorate the dome, serving as a shelter for sparrows and doves.



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