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3-days Sailing Itinerary around Mykonos
Starting point: Mykonos town
Arrival: We can arrange a transfer from the airport to the marina for you. The transfer is not included in the price.
About: Mykonos Town, the vibrant capital of the Greek island, enchants visitors with its narrow cobblestone streets, whitewashed buildings adorned with colorful bougainvillea, and the iconic windmills overlooking the sparkling Aegean Sea. Renowned for its lively atmosphere, picturesque Little Venice, and a maze of charming shops and restaurants, Mykonos Town seamlessly blends traditional Cycladic architecture with a cosmopolitan flair.
Mykonos town is easily reachable from Mykonos international airport and ferry port, around 10 minutes drive.
Around 27 miles south from Mykonos you will find yourself in another Cycladic paradise island, Paros. It is a land of beautiful beaches, whitewashed small houses and historic sites. We recommend you to visit Parikia or Naoussa, traditional port towns.
Sailing conditions around Paros are ideal, featuring steady Meltemi winds during the summer months, providing sailors with a thrilling yet manageable experience amidst the island’s diverse coastlines, sheltered bays, and crystal-clear Aegean waters.
For all cultural heritage lovers Delos is a island not to be missed. Whole island is protected by UNESCO, as world heritage site. Very well preserved archeological ruins in Delos are the most exceptional proof of old Greek civilisation. It is a sacred place where Greek gods of Apollo and Arthemis were born.
Sailing in Delos offers a unique maritime experience as you navigate the sacred waters surrounding this archaeological gem, immersing yourself in ancient history and enjoying panoramic views of the Cycladic islands.
For your last day sailing we advise you to immerse your-self in beautiful nautical paradise, Rineia. It is an inhabited island reachable only by boat, famous for its untouched crystal clear sea and unspoiled nature.
Since there are no restaurants in Rineia and Delos, don’t forget to stock up on food on board.
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.