Greece Welcome to nautical paradise!
With over 200 islands to discover, visiting the Cyclades is ideal for those looking for adventure, with island hopping being easy and line of sight navigation at its best
Distinguishable for their mountainous landscapes, deep blue seas and lush vegetation, the Sporades islands are located in the northwest of the Aegean.
With a clear line of sight for navigation and exhilarating sailing conditions, your Ionian yacht charter will be one always to remember.
The southeastern Aegean Sea is what covers the Dodecanese island chain, which is an ideal location for those in the mood for an exhilarating sailing experience.
With over 200 islands to discover, visiting the Cyclades is ideal for those looking for adventure, with island hopping being easy and line of sight navigation at its best. With the routes providing a rewarding sailing experience. The island of Mykonos is an extremely well famous and preferred destination, especially with celebrities due to their enticingly cobbled streets and colourful houses. Tourists can also relax on the fine golden sands found on the beautiful beaches of Paros.
Moreover, no Cyclades yacht charter would be complete without a visit to the island of Santorini, with its gorgeous blue domes and beautiful whitewashed walls. It’s the perfect place for a honeymoon and the most fabulous conclusion to your Greek sailing experience.
Distinguishable for their mountainous landscapes, deep blue seas and lush vegetation, the Sporades islands are located in the northwest of the Aegean, and a sailing holiday there is a great choice for exploration. A popular location for budding historians and sunbathers, Skiathos is the most popular of the Sporades Islands and home to a number of picturesque beaches, perfect for relaxing on and swimming in the beautiful seas.
What’s more, is that if you’re the nightlife kind of person then Skiathos is the island for you, and the multiple moorings available are perfectly located for you to hop ashore and enjoy it to the max. Moreover, once you’re inland, tourists can visit the medieval monasteries on Mount Athos. If you’re lucky, you may catch a glimpse of the Mediterranean monk seal, who is famously indigenous to the island.
Located on the western coast of Greece, the Ionian Islands are comprised of 12 distinct islands and are a popular destination for tourists looking for fascinating history, tranquil beaches, traditional Greek cuisine and fantastic sailing conditions. With a clear line of sight for navigation and exhilarating sailing conditions, your Ionian yacht charter will be one always to remember. The largest of the Ionian Islands, Corfu, most especially, is very popular and for very good reason as there are magnificent pieces of architecture dating back to the Byzantine era. You can also dive into the Agní Reef, where you’ll come face to face with the eerie 40ft Agni shipwreck while gazing at fireworms dancing majestically through the colourful coral reef.
Another popular tourist destination is the island of Ithaca where Odysseus completed his legendary journey. In terms of cuisine, you can always try the popular Greek dish, kleftiko, which is essentially slow cooked lamb with garlic and lemon. Moreover, you can head to Paxos and Antipaxos where you’ll find old fashioned Greek charm and traditional restaurants located in idyllic settings and serving the tastiest feta salads ever.
The southeastern Aegean Sea is what covers the Dodecanese island chain, which is an ideal location for those in the mood for an exhilarating sailing experience. In addition to popular resorts such as Rhodes and Kos, visiting here will allow you to find some of the lesser-known gems that are poised within this stunning region.
For instance, the island of Symi is a welcoming location for those looking for colourful scenery surrounded by quaint hidden coves, as you moor for the day and enjoy some traditional Symi shrimp. Additionally, the white walls of Chora are an incredible place for those looking to spend some time in a traditional Greek setting on the island of Patmos. Moreover, a visit to the serene island of Tilos offers a wonderful and inviting combination of historical architecture and relaxing beaches.
The Saronic region is based along the eastern coast of the Peloponnese. It offers mixed sailing conditions throughout the year as the Meltemi winds blow in during the summer while May and October offer calm, relaxed sailing. From Athens, tourists can visit the ancient ruin ashore, which allows you to experience greek life in all its glory through the famous Acropolis. There are also a multitude of sheltered harbours to enjoy and the scenery as you sail along the coast is breath-taking. Also, if you love food, then you can take a trip to the island of Aegina where you’ll be spoilt for choice at one of the delicious eateries with mouth-watering local delights.
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Sailing season and climate
Greece enjoys a Mediterranean climate of hot, dry summers and cool, rainy winters. Summer temperatures range on average from 26 to 30°C in the coastal region. High Season months are considered to be July and August and charter costs are highest in this period. Mid Season months are May, June, September and October when charter prices are lower and the weather is still very nice and warm but a bit windier.