Your adventure begins at the Alimos Marina
Welcome to the Alimos Marina! The marina is about a forty-five minute taxi ride from Athens. Once you arrive, you will be met with the stunning view of the marina, docked with sometimes hundreds of sailboats in crystal clear water. Behind the marina stands a large open-air restaurant filled with locals, travelers, and sailors. Don’t be too tempted by the delicious smells emitting from the restaurant - it’s time to meet Maria and your crew!
Greek Sails is a family-oriented business run by Maria and her father. We are proud to offer a wide array of accommodations for our clients. Once you go over your trip with Maria, you will be introduced to the sailor and crew that will be accompanying you on your trip. Our chef will ask you all about food, what you like, don’t like, or are excited to try. We will stock the kitchen with everything you need for breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between.
The sailor designated to your party will go over the trip in further detail and answer any questions you may have. Your trip is meant to revolve around you and what you want. Itineraries are subject to change should you wish to alter your plans. We hope to make this trip the best it can be for you and your party!
First Stop: Kea
Begin your exploration of the Cyclades islands in Kea. Kea island, which is also known as Tzia, sits south of Attica in the stunning Agean sea. Kea is known for its beautiful beaches, such as Gialiskari, Koundouros, and Korissia.
The island also offers historical sightseeing such as the ancient Monastery of Panagia Kastriani. Stroll through the elegant villages of Kea, filled with stunning architecture and local taverns. The island serves as a relaxing oasis to international and local travelers alike.
Welcome to Syros
Sail into Finikas, also known as Syros for the third day of your trip. Ermoupoli, the capital of Syros island, is considered one of the most picturesque Cyclades capitals. With venetian mansions, spectacular sunset views and neoclassical buildings, this capital oozes a fairytale charm!
Syros is also home of eighteen stunning beaches, ranging from organized to secluded, with the most popular on the southern side of the island.
Experience the famous island of Mykonos on the fourth day of your trip. Glamour meets simplicity in this paradise in the heart of the Cyclades islands.
Mykonos is best known for its nightlife, with massive beach bars and dance clubs attracting world-renowned DJ’s and performance artists. Explore the gorgeous waterfront, the narrow marble streets, the bustling local shops and admire houses with colourful doors and window frames, bougainvillea trees in purple bloom and hidden churches.
Set Sail to Paros
On the fifth day of your trip, your boat will dock at the piers of Paros. Here you will be met with a beautiful natural landscape spanning one hundred and twenty kilometers of coastline, endless beaches, verdant mountains and cliff-top villages.
Parikia and Noussa, the two main villages of Paros, draw in large crowds with traditional taverns, restaurants serving delicious local food, sophisticated bars, and bustling nightclubs.
Whether you’re seeking a trip to a stunning beach, a tour of an ancient landmark, or a night on the town, Paros has it all!
The Island of Kythnos
While you may still be recovering from two nights of partying in Mykonos and Paros, it’s time to sail into Kythnos for your sixth day!
Boasting a total of ninety-nine beaches, the island of Kythnos is a must-see. Kythnos’ beaches span from being organized to untouched and are perfect for swimming and privacy.
Explore the island from above, with hiking trails leading you to breath-taking views of the Aegean Sea and cliff-top villages.
Enjoy the casual atmosphere and elegant architecture as you stroll through the picturesque allies of Kythnos.
Spend the remainder of your trip sailing the stunning clear waters of the Aegean Sea and enjoying your final moments on the Catamaran. Once you arrive back at the Alimos Marina, check in with Maria and tell us all about your trip!