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Mykonos Sailing – 7 days route
About this program
This is a 7 day (Saturday – Saturday) sailing trip to Mykonos, Greece. The best base to start the trip is Paros island.
Please note that all restaurants and activities listed are only suggestions, and are not included in the price. The trip can be changed according to your wishes, meaning stops can be added or removed.
About the route
Starting point: Paros
Arrival: We can arrange a transfer from the airport to the marina for you. The transfer is not included in the price.
About: when considering sailing greek islands, Paros and other well known islands in the Cyclades area will probably cross your mind. Paros is popular and attractive island not only for the range of excellent sandy beaches and blue clear waters but for the wild rocky landscape with white box-shaped houses on, the yards with basil, jasmine, honeysuckle and bougainvillea, and nightlife.
Paros is ideal for those in search of cosmopolitan bustle and for lovers of solitude alike. Start your Greek island hopping with exploring this beautiful place.
The largest and most fertile of the Cycladic islands where meadows run down to vast white long beaches, cliffs sink suddenly into the sea, rocky mountains side-by-side with valleys crossed by streams and full of springs. Clear waters and secluded bays are known to the yacht set.
The oblong shape of this mountainous island with the steep and rocky coastline contrasts the forms of quiet shady bays with clear waters. Whitewashed houses, traces of ancient architecture, superb beaches make Amorgos very picturesque and unique.
A magnet to visiting Ios, the island of ancient poets with a range of mountains with vineyards and olive trees ending to the crystal clear sea with superb sandy beaches. The beautiful capitol with the white cubic shaped houses and a row of windmills which top the town offers nightlife.
A grey landscape of rock that surprises with the beautiful spots discovered inland, which together with the island’s superb architecture, rank it among the jewels of the Aegean. Famous in ancient times for its wealth, which came from its gold & silver, enjoyed great prosperity in Classic times as well.
World-famous, attracts visitors from all over the globe, including well-known artists and intellectuals. It is due to the over twenty sandy beaches with clear waters, the high night-life and sounds that never end during day and night, the cosmopolitan elements married to quiet private corners all around the island. It is the whitewashed narrow streets, the brilliant white box-shaped houses with stepped walls for sitting on and bright colored doors & balconies, the windmills on top of the port, the numerous bars and discos. Undoubtedly one of the few places where ordinary holidaymakers nestle happily side by side with the jet-set and yacht setters.
Yes, sailing in Greece is generally considered safe. Greece has a long maritime tradition, well-established infrastructure, and a wide range of sailing destinations, making it a popular and safe choice for sailors. However, as with any sailing destination, it’s important to stay updated on weather conditions, follow safety guidelines, and be aware of any specific regulations or local considerations.
Yes, you can drink on a boat in Greece. However, it’s important to drink responsibly and adhere to legal drinking age restrictions, as well as any specific regulations or guidelines regarding alcohol consumption while operating a boat.
Mykonos is renowned for its vibrant nightlife, stunning beaches, and picturesque Cycladic architecture. The island’s unique blend of cosmopolitan atmosphere, white-washed buildings, charming narrow streets, and a mix of traditional and modern elements make it a popular destination for travelers seeking a lively and scenic Greek island experience.
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Picking a boat type
Picking out the type of boat to go with will generally come down to your budget, the group size, and preferred method of sailing. Moreover, different sailboats available can be chartered independently or with a fully-staffed crew.