If you arrive on Mykonos as the starting point of your yacht tour, you will most probably arrive around mid-day. This will give you nearly a day to prepare. Your yacht only sets sail in the following morning. Take your time to unpack and explore the yacht, meet the captain and your crew. After you have you settled in, we suggest you take a stroll around the port and view the wonderful town of Mykonos. This amazing place is called “Little Venice” which is apparent from tis architecture, and the town has much to offer you before you set sail. In the evening, you can decide if you want to dine onboard or in Mykonos.
Yachts setting out from Mykonos accept guests mis-afternoon, serving dinner later in the day, but the boat does not set sail until the morning so there is time to enjoy the Town and Island. Mykonos is among the best-known places in Greece, famous for its cosmopolitan atmosphere, stunning architecture and of course its nightlife. It is included in many popular yachting itineraries around the Cyclades Group of Islands. ‘’Little Venice’’, so called because of the Venetian architecture, and the beaches are popular places to spend your time on the island.
Hora is the main city on the island of Naxos, which is the largest island in the Cyclades chain. This town is built on the side of a mountain, so be prepared for steep cobbled streets, wear the appropriate shoes and get ready for an in interesting and exhilarating day of exploring. What you will observe is that this town is still agricultural, and their produce is evident in the amazing meals you eat when dining in their restaurants.
Naxos is the largest of the Cyclades Islands and acts as such. The main city is Hora which offers many shopping chances and tourist facilities. The cobbled streets are steep so wear comfortable footwear if you start to explore. Away from Hora, there are still quiet beaches, quaint villages and ancient gems. Agriculture remains important on Naxos where you will never be short of something to do.
When visiting the Cyclades, you must stop over at Nauosa. This is one of the most picturesque islands you will find in this chain. The port of Nauosa is located in the center of the fishing village and you get the best seafood, freshly caught that day, prepared for you in many an eatery. The village itself is lovely to walk around with its whitewashed walls and ample foliage. There is also an old ruin o a venetian castle to visit.
Nauosa is among the prettiest villages in the Cyclades Group of Islands. The village has lost none of its traditional charm even though it is now a popular tourist place. The white-washed houses and colourful gardens are a feature of Nauosa with small churches and chapels in the maze of streets. The port in the middle of the village fills of local fishing boats bringing in the day’s catch. The ruins of an old Venetian castle are the main landmark.
When visiting the island of Sifnos, take a stroll around the streets of Kamares. This village is located on the west coast of the island and is known for its ceramics workshops and tradecrafts. This vibrant town is also a great place to stock up on provisions, and there are plenty of taverna, restaurants and shops to visit while exploring the island. If you want to diversify your water sports, check out the beaches near Sifnos.
Kamares, the main port of Sifnos in the west of the Island, is for its ceramics; you should check them out while you are there. Plenty of workshops around the town will be happy to see you. The main part of town is in the right of the bay and it is a great place for stocking up with its tavernas, shops and bakeries. The beach has water sports as an alternative to trying what your yacht has to offer.
One of the famous Greek health spots is Loutra. They have a hot spring that pours water directly towards the sea. You get warm sea spring water mingling with cool sea water, but most of all there are specially dug out baths. The baths are the famous point, where the waters of the sea and the spring mix to provide a perfect temperature that heals most ailments.
Loutra became famous because of its hot springs flowing into the sea. There is a stream of water on the outskirts of Loutra emptying into the sea at the beach. If you want a free cure, there is a tub built to hold the water as it goes towards the sea, mixing with sea water to achieve a temperature that you will be able to bear.
The village of Finikas sits on the south west coast on the island of Syros. Finikas is a fishing and tourism village with a lively harbor that provides a lot of space for vising yachts. The town is home to many lovely restaurants and taverna and the beach is filled with locals over the weekends.
Finikas, in the South West of Syros, is a large village where the harbour offers lots of space for yachts and the town itself has a wide choice of tavernas. The beach near to the harbour is lovely and very popular with the locals at weekends and holiday times.
Everyone has heard of Mykonos, and rightly so, with its name in so many songs and ballads. This gorgeous island is part of the Cyclades group and is called “Little Venice” due to the architecture. Mykonos is a very popular tourist spot, and you will find the latest entertainment opportunities that provide experiences around the clock.
Mykonos is among the best-known places in Greece, famous for its cosmopolitan atmosphere, stunning architecture and of course its nightlife. It is included in many popular yachting itineraries around the Cyclades Group of Islands. ‘’Little Venice’’, so called because of the Venetian architecture, and the beaches are popular places to spend your time on the island.
Before you depart Mykonos, take one last taste of Greece, enjoy the amazing excitement tat this town has to offer you and spend a day relaxing from your sea voyage. Regain your land legs and make some final memories of the splendors of Greece.
The guests will leave the yacht with precious memories of the tour by 10:30am after a hearty breakfast. Mykonos offers something for everyone; restaurants, traditional tavernas, bars, clubs and beaches.