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Saronic Gulf (14 days - 215 MN)

Athens - Methana - Poros - Hydra - Kiparissi - Leonidio - Astros - Navplio - Drepano - Spetses - Poros - Aegina - Athens


Day 1: Athens - Methana ( 25 MN )

Athens - Methana ( 25 MN ) On the first day we embarked with our charter sailboat or yacht on our trip along the Greek coast and set sail from Athens, the capital of Greece.  This great city is known for the large number of museums and historical ruins it contains. Among the highlights are the Temple of Olympian Zeus, a colossal ancient temple in the center of the Greek capital, or the National Archaeological Museum, which houses some of the most important artifacts from a variety of archaeological sites from prehistoric to late antiquity.

Day 2: Methana - Poros ( 7 MN )

Methana - Poros ( 7 MN ) Now we are heading towards Methana, an ancient municipality of volcanic origin that has a population of about 1,000 inhabitants. The last eruption occurred in 230 BC, and an underwater volcano erupted in 1700. Methana has several beaches, the best known are Limniona Beach and Paralia Beach, for their calm waters and the proximity they have with the mountain .

Day 3: Poros - Hydra ( 13 MN )

Poros - Hydra ( 13 MN ) On the third day of our tour of Greece we head towards Poros, a territory formed by two islands: Sphairia, the southern part, which has volcanic origin and Kalaureia, the northern part. Poros has different historical pieces, such as the Monastery of the Life-giving Spring, located on the mountain with an excellent view of the sea. In addition, during our stay in the territory we can enjoy the different beaches that it contains, Poros Beach being the most popular.

Day 4: Hydra - Kiparissi ( 35 MN )

Hydra - Kiparissi ( 35 MN ) On the fourth day we headed with our sailboat or charter yacht to Hydra, an island that has different municipalities, the most prominent being Hydra Port, which as its name says, contains the main port of the island. There is the possibility of visiting sites such as the Hydra Historical Museum, which features ancient weapons, paintings and general history items related to the island. For the more adventurous there is also the option of taking a guided horseback ride around the territory, following a path that gives excellent views of the coastline.

Day 5: Kiparissi - Leonidio (13 MN )

Kiparissi - Leonidio (13 MN ) We are now heading with our charter sailboat or yacht towards Kyparissi, a small village on the northeast coast of Laconia, Greece that is part of the municipal unit of Zarakas. In recent years it has become famous as a climbing destination as it has different mountains close to the coast. The municipality also has quiet pebble coves with crystal clear waters. Kiparissi is also known for its many restaurants and exquisite dishes.

Day 6: Leonidio - Astros ( 18 MN )

Leonidio - Astros ( 18 MN ) On the sixth day of our itinerary we will visit Leonidio, a municipality in Arcadia known for its high mountains, on which are located historical buildings such as the Monastery of Elonas, a point that overlooks the whole territory from the front, and views of the huge surrounding mountains from the back. During our stay in Leonidio we can also visit the beach Paralia Poulithra.

Day 7: Astros - Navplio ( 10 MN )

Astros - Navplio ( 10 MN ) The second destination is Astros, a city near the Argolic Gulf in the northeastern Peloponnese, in eastern Arcadia. Its port, Paralio Astros, is located 4 km northeast of the inner city and has an archaeological museum housed in a building that has been used as a school since the second half of the 20th century. In 1985, it was converted into a museum by archaeologist Dr. Theodoros Spyropoulos.

Day 8: Navplio - Navplio

Navplio - Navplio We are now heading with our charter sailboat or yacht towards Nafplion, a port city in Peloponnese, which has expanded on hillsides near the northern part of the Argolic Gulf. It has an important seaport that, 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 9: Navplio - Drepano ( 11 MN )

Navplio - Drepano ( 11 MN )

Day 10: Drepano - Spetses ( 21 MN)

Drepano - Spetses ( 21 MN) After our two-day stay in Nafplion, we will visit Drepano, a coastal town that is the destination of thousands of surfers every year for the good weather and crystal clear waters of the area. There we can enjoy both surfing and kitesurfing lessons, or go to the water park Calma Water Park which is located a few meters from the beach.

Day 11: Spetses - Poros ( 32 MN )

Spetses - Poros ( 32 MN ) Our next destination is Spetses, an island with an area of 22.2km² that has a multitude of tourist destinations. Among them are its various beaches with crystal clear waters, Spetses Beach is one of the most popular.  There is also the possibility of visiting Greg's Spetses Horses, which offers horseback riding routes around the island, crossing some of the natural parks of the island, where you can enjoy views of the coast. Among the not-so-adventurous sites is the Spetses Museum, whose exhibits cover 4,000 years of the island's cultural history.

Day 12: Poros - Aegina ( 17 MN )

Poros - Aegina ( 17 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 Athens' port of Piraeus and separated from the Peloponnese by a 200 m wide sea channel, with the city of Galatas on the mainland on the other side of 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 13: Aegina - Athens ( 13 MN )

Aegina - Athens ( 13 MN ) On our penultimate day of itinerary we will visit Aegina, an island known for its museums and archaeological ruins, among them is the Temple of Aphaia, a 2500 year old Doric ruins. Or the Archaeological Museum of Aegina, built in 1828 contains different historical objects of the territory.
The island is also known for its wildlife and its virtually untouched natural parks, where you can observe animals such as deer or peacocks


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