Embarking in the late afternoon in Adamas, the main harbor of the island of Milos. Accommodation of luggages your cabins and some information for the organization of the cruise. Then, all together you are going to buy food. In the evening, dinner in a typical Greek taverna.
We leave the big bay of Milos, we sail to the southern part of the island that offers one of the most spectacular scenery of the Cyclades with the coast sculpted by the sea. Lunch in the bay and in the afternoon a short sailing upwind will allow us to reach Polyaigos, in one of the most beautiful bays of the Aegean, with crystal clear water and white sand. Night in the bay.
Long sailing with the crosswind to reach a bay in the south of Folegandros. Relax in the bay then in the late afternoon we will visit the Chora (bus or for the more adventurous walk). Dinner out.
Navigating the south of Folegandros with strong wind is a lot of fun as you can have violent gusts but no wave, so preparing with small sails and you will experience the thrill of surfing with very strong winds. Past the island the winds calm down and ends the sailing to Sikinos, an island little known and off the beaten track, but with a very characteristic Chora
We continue to sail with the wind abeam to the south of Ios until we get in the big bay of Manganari. Lunch and bathrooms then we move a few miles in a bay accessible only by sea on the east coast. Dinner at bay
Today we will do upwind sailing for 12 miles to reach Schinoussa. Relaxing afternoon in the bay and in the evening walk in the old village with dinner out.
The stretch of sea between Paros and Naxos is famous for making the funnel effect and accelerate the winds from the north. We will start early to avoid the reinforcement of noon, for a couple of hours of sailing upwind. We stop for lunch and a little ‘relaxation between three islands at the beginning of the channel between Paxos and Antipaxos, then in the afternoon we will reach Paroikia
Breakfast and disembarkation.