Cyclades islands are known for keeping the beat high! However, there is an alternative way to enjoy the islands, far from the madding crowds and the busy ports and bays. Following this itinerary you will explore the calmer side of the islands and explore the beauties of the secluded and hidden beaches. A tour for more relaxed travelers!
Nearest Airport: ATH – Athens, Eleftherios Venizelos – Greece
Departure Area: Kalamaki Marina (Alimos)
Check In Time: Saturdays at 17.00
Check Out Time: Saturdays at 09.00
Duration of Trip: Seven (7) Days
Price: from €1.300 per week
Yacht Type: Sailing Yachts
Bareboat or Skippered: Both
Kythnos is a beautiful mountainous island located in the western part of the Cyclades. The wild beauty, the picturesque architecture and the lovely beaches attract many visitors, particularly Athenians in summer weekends. The island has traditional villages with stone houses and paved streets and is well organized with many tourist facilities. Kythnos has many secluded beaches, ideal for relaxation with the most popular of them, Kolona, known for its soft sand and crystal waters.
Another beautiful and traditional Cycladic island is Serifos. With one of the most picturesque villages of Cyclades, it’s Chora is built on the slopes of the island and has a wonderful view to the Aegean Sea. The island has many crystal beaches all around its coastline ideal for families and couples!
This is a typical sample of Cycladic island, with traditional architecture, calm beaches, seaside taverns and low hills. The most popular beaches are located on the southern side of Sifnos island and have crystal water, soft sand and many tourist facilities. Lately a small port was constructed at Platis Gialos village to accommodate yachts on the south side of the island. Sifnos is also known for the many weddings happening there so be prepared to witness a wedding or why not… let’s plan yours!
Milos is the second volcanic island in the Cyclades and as such the island is characterized by its natural resources. The island is also famous as it is there where the statue of “Venus de Milo” was found. The island has some of the best beaches in Greece and it is a must destination for yachts as there are many secluded bays to visit not accessible by the road. Next to Milos is a smaller island Kimolos which is an ideal destination to relax and enjoy the crystal clear waters of the Aegean Sea.
Kimolos is a small island next to Milos. Famous for its lovely beaches with the crystal water, all activities are concentrated in Chorio, the only village on the island, and around the port where the most organized beach and the tourist facilities of the island are found. However, Kimolos by a sailing yacht is a delight, as there are many other beaches with crystal water and relaxing atmosphere to explore.