7 days of luxury on the water from Athens to Paros
Your captain takes you to the most popular Greek islands, known for their unique architecture, rich history and cosmopolitan character! The Cyclades islands are ideal for intrepid families that enjoy exploring the furthest shores.
Trip checkins are on Saturdays, at 5:00p.m. and you’ll be back in Athens and checking out from your yacht on the following Saturday, at 9:00a.m.
- Ideal choice for families
- Perfect for all ages and skill level
- Travel by yacht and see the sights from the water
- Flexibility to customise your itinerary to your own preferences; About this
What you need to know
Capacity: Up to 6 people
Yacht type: Sailing yacht
Departs from: Athens
Duration: 8 days, accommodation for 7 nights
Nearest airport: ATH – Athens, El Venizelos – Greece
Day 1: SOUNIO – KEA
Nothing compares to the majestic sight of the Poseidon temple at Sounion, from the comfort of your yacht’s deck! The next day, a magnificent sunrise awaits you and your family further east, at Kea, the peacefully seductive Cyclades island that’s closest to Athens.
Day 2: TINOS
Tinos is the Christian center of the Cyclades, attracting tens of thousands of Orthodox and Catholic pilgrims each year. It’s also an alternative destination popular with nature and gastronomy lovers. The island’s largest beach is just to the east of the port city.
Day 3: SYROS
Once a bustling industrial hub, Syros’ capital of Ermoupoli has a 19th century ambiance thanks to its imposing neo-classical architecture. This city is a popular vacation retreat with a vibrant arts and culture scene, especially prevalent during the summer months.
Day 4: PAROS
Τhe island’s Environmental and Cultural park is situated just northeast of the bay of Monastiri and features easy trails and great views! You can also spend the day in whitewashed Naousa or east at Parikia, the island’s fashionable capital that’s busy well into September.
Day 5: ANTIPAROS – DESPOTIKO
In the quiet island paradise of Despotiko, the water separating the island with Antiparos is barely a meter deep. An ideal swimming spot, you can still discern the roads and building foundations of an ancient Greek city now lost forever beneath the waves.
Day 6: MILOS
The small fishing village of Pollonia in the northeastern part of Milos is a popular family destination. Take the kids to the thick-sanded beach nearby, then enjoy Greek delicacies in one of the traditional seaside taverns that line Pollonia’s coast.
Day 7: KYTHNOS
Kythnos is still a virgin destination where life doesn’t revolve around tourism. The island is surrounded by over 90 beaches including the rare Aegean double beach of Kolona. If you take the time to explore inland, Dryopida will transport your family back in time.