Embarking in the late afternoon in Lavrio, which is accessible by bus from Athens International Airport. Accommodation in your cabins then, all together we will go to buy food in the supermarket. In the evening, we go out for dinner in a typical greek restaurant.
The first sailing will be easy, with wind in the beam to reach Kythnos. Kythnos is an undeveloped island by foreign tourists but greatly appreciated by the Greeks; It has a barren, rocky land and the distinction of having the hot springs.
We will anchor in the bay of Kolona, located in the northwest side of the island, which is famous for a thin strip of sand that connects Kythnos with the islet of Agios Loukas. It has a special charm due to the golden sands and the fact of seeing the sea and the boats anchored on both sides of the beach.
Relaxing afternoon with the possibility of having a nice walk along the coast of the bay. Night in the bay.
We will sail along the west coast of Kythnos and stop for swimming and lunch in some bay, then a beautiful sailing downwind will take us to Serifos.
Serifos is an island little beaten by tourism and therefore very quiet. It has a rocky coast which creates a succession of coves and secluded beaches and a spectacular Chora.
From the harbour (Livadi) we will reach the Chora with a walk; a long staircase that arrives in the old town up to the old church which is located at the highest point, from where you can admire a breathtaking view. The laziest can take the bus or taxi!
Dinner in the tavern.
Pleasant downwind sailing along the rugged west coast of Sifnos. We will drop anchor in a bay in the south west extremity of the island, accessible only by sea. It 'a small fjord with a golden beach at the bottom of the bay and there is only one white house with a small church. Relaxing afternoon and evening in the bay
Short downwind sailing to reach Polyaigos.
Polyaigos is a desert island, probably because of its territory which is extremely steep and rocky, fit only for goats! Its coast is spectacular and there are some of the most beautiful bays in Greece. We will drop anchor in a lagoon with crystal clear water and white sand.
Relaxing afternoon, then aperitif on the mountain with breathtaking sunset and dinner in the bay.
Exciting sailing with the wind on the beam in a usually very windy channel to reach Folegandros.
Folegandros is a rocky island with barren cliffs overlooking the Aegean Sea. We will drop anchor in a bay on the south coast famous for its crystal clear waters, and here we will spend a relaxing afternoon. Do not miss a visit to Chora, one of the most beautiful of the Cyclades with the spectacular sunset that you can enjoy from the monastery overlooking the town. Dinner at one of the dozens of little restaurants with tables on the streets of Folegandros.
Easy downwind sailing direct to Santorini.
Santorini is a volcano island, exploded a few thousand years ago and in which we can sail inside the caldera, now invaded by the sea. Sailing in the Santorini caldera is an unforgettable sight, the blue water and sky, surrounded by the black walls of the volcano on top of which there are thousands of white houses that give shape to the various villages.
We will stop for lunch in the islands within the caldera and then in the afternoon we will reach Akrotiri, on the southern coast, enjoying the sunset here is spectacular.
Breakfast and disembarkation