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Nafplion - Nafplion ( 7 days - 140 MN )

Nafplion - Tolo - Spetses - Hydra - Poros - Dokos - Kilada - Nafplion


Day 1: Nafplion - Tolo (10 MN)

Nafplion - Tolo (10 MN) The first day we embark with our charter sailboat or yacht from Nafplion, a port city in Peloponnese, which has expanded on hillsides near the northern part of the Argolic Gulf. It has an important seaport which, in the Middle Ages, was part of the lordship of Argos and Nauplia, in the hands of the Roche after the Fourth Crusade, before coming under the Republic of Venice. It also has the Arvantia Beach where you can enjoy crystal clear waters and bars a few meters from the beach.

Day 2: Tolo - Spetses (23 MN)

Tolo - Spetses (23 MN) Now we head towards Tolo, a small village that is part of the municipal unit Asini, in Argolis. There we can find a multitude of beaches and coves to choose from, the beach of Paralia Tolou, being the most popular for its great length and shallow waters. The municipality also has the Palamidi Fortress, nestled on the crest of a hill 216 meters high, was built by the Venetians during their second occupation of the area. The fortress was a very large and ambitious project, but was completed in a relatively short period, from 1711 to 1714.

Day 3: Spetses - Hydra (19 MN)

Spetses - Hydra (19 MN) On the third day we visited Spetses, a prosperous island and a municipality in the regional unit of the Attica Islands, Greece. It is sometimes included as one of the Saronic Islands. Until 1948, it was part of the former Argolis prefecture and Corinthia prefecture, which is now divided into Argolis and Corinthia. Site where we can find both rocky and sandy beaches, both with crystal clear waters. On the island there are also two museums, on the one hand, the Museum of Spetses. Its exhibits cover 4000 years of the island's cultural history. It is located in the Chatzigiannis-Mexis mansion, which was built in 1798. The first floor is open to the public. And on the other hand the Bouboulina Museum, which reveals the fascinating history of the heroine of the Greek War of Independence of 1821, who until recently had the honor of being the only admiral in world naval history.

Day 4: Hydra - Poros (22 MN)

Hydra - Poros (22 MN) We are now heading with our charter sailboat or yacht to Hydra, one of the Saronic Islands of Greece, located in the Aegean Sea, between the Myrtoan Sea and the Argolic Gulf. It is separated from the Peloponnese by a narrow strip of water. In ancient times, the island was known as Hydrea, a reference to the island's natural springs. Here, you can visit sites such as the Hydra Historical Museum, which features ancient weapons, paintings and general history items related to the island. There is also the possibility of taking a guided horseback ride around the territory, with views of the coast from the highest points along the route.

Day 5: Poros - Dokos (18 MN)

Poros - Dokos (18 MN) On the fifth day of our trip we visited Poros, a small pair of Greek islands in the southern part of the Saronic Gulf, about 58 km from the port of Piraeus in Athens and separated from the Peloponnese by a 200 m wide sea channel, with the city of Galatas on the mainland across the strait. Poros is known for its great diversity of beaches. From tourist beaches such as Askeli beach, to Poros beach, a beach that leads to a large mountain full of vegetation.

Day 6: Dokos - Kilada (26 MN)

Dokos - Kilada (26 MN) Now we are heading with our sailboat or charter yacht towards Dokos, a small island in the Argo-Saronic Gulf, adjacent to Hydra, and separated from the Peloponnese by a strait called, in some maps, "the Gulf of Hydra". The municipality has Vlychos beach, where you can enjoy clean and crystalline waters, in addition to having a restaurant just behind it with a terrace, where you can eat with views of the coast.

Day 7: Kilada - Nafplion (20 MN)

Kilada - Nafplion (20 MN) On the seventh day, before returning to the starting point, we will visit Kilada, a municipality that has a long promenade, where there are cafes and restaurants. A few meters away, in addition, is the Kilada beach known for its warm and transparent waters. Not far from it, is the Kilada church, a small church located at the foot of the coast where you can see a large part of the municipality.

Day 8: Nafplion Marina

Nafplion Marina

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