CHARTER'S ITINERARY from Athens to Mykonos
The sailing cruise from Athens to Mykonos departs from Lavrio, near Athens International Airport, and is an easy cruise that is also suitable for those who are first experience. We will visit Kea, Kythnos, Syros, Tinos, Rineia, Delos and Mykonos.
Embarking in the late afternoon in Lavrio, which is accessible by bus from Athens International Airport. In the evening, we will go out for dinner in a typical greek restaurant.
A short sailing will allow us to reach Makronisos where we will be staying for lunch and then in the afternoon we will reach Kea Island where we will spend the night.
We will sail along the east coast of Kea and with the wind in the stern we will reach a remote bay on the east coast of Kythnos.
Afternoon of relaxation in which you can swim, walk ashore or simply sit onboard to read or sunbathe. Dinner aboard on the bay.
Today a direct upwind sail to a deserted bay on the remote northwest coast of Syros. Afternoon relaxing in the bay.
A short but intense navigation will allow us to reach the port of Tinos. Tinos is an island little touched by tourism famous for its Venetian dovecotes and to have one of the most sacred monasteries of the Orthodox faith.
Another sailboat cruise will allow us to reach the island of Rinea. The island is almost uninhabited, it is very dry, but has many bays with crystalline water. Afternoon relaxing in the bay.
Day dedicated to Greek history. We will visits Delos, which is an immense archaeological site that since 1990 has been designated a human heritage by UNESCO.
According to the myth, Delos was initially a floating island where Latona sheltered to give birth to the twin sons of Zeus far from the Era wrath. It is therefore considered to be the birthplace of god Apollo and the goddess Artemis and therefore sacred island from antiquity.
The visit will touch your soul!!
In the late afternoon we move to Mykonos
Breakfast and landing.