North Cyclades from Mykonos to Athens

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Saturday :
Embarking in the late afternoon in Mykonos, in the Bay of Ornos, welcome drink and accommodation to their cabins; then you all go to make the galley. In the evening, we go out to dinner at a Greek taverna.

Sunday :

Before it gets hot we move in the channel between Rineia and Delos. You go to visit the beautiful ruins of Delos, the sacred island in ancient times known as Ortigia, according to myth was born there Apollo and Artemis.

The archaeological site is in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and the visit is an unforgettable experience!

In the afternoon after a relaxing bath we will move in nearby. Dinner in tavern

Relaxing morning in the bay to Rineia and then in the afternoon a nice navigation will enable us to reach the port of Syros. Syros is the capital of the Cyclades and is a real town. Do not miss the sunset walk in the top of the city where you will enjoy a fantastic view. Dinner in tavern

Today sailing day relaxing along the south coast of Syros. We will stop for lunch in some remote bay and then in the afternoon we will reach Finikas, a beautiful bay in the west coast of Syros.

Dining and relax in the bay.

Today we have a beautiful sailing with the crosswind to reach a remote bay on the east coast of Kythnos. Lazy afternoon anchored in a bay accessible only by the sea or with donkey or jeep.

Today it we sail along Kythnos to reach the beautiful bay of Kolona, ​​famous for its “photogenic”. The bay is enclosed by a strip of white sand that separates it from another bay. Relaxing afternoon with the possibility of getting a nice walk along the coast of the bay.

We expect a quick but intense sailing upwind to reach Makronisos in the bay where we will stop for lunch. Then in the afternoon another upwind sailing to get to Lavrio. Dinner in tavern

Breakfast and disembarkation.

North Cyclades from Mykonos to Athens ultima modifica: 2016-01-30T15:17:08+00:00 da Lorenzo Leonello