Yacht charter in Cyclades Island
Yacht charter in Cyclades Island

Yacht charter in Cyclades Island

Cyclades Islands, the most famous in Greece.

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Our bases in Cyclades Island

Mykonos | Paros | Santorini | Syros

In general these islands show an arid landscape surrounded by magnificent beaches, ideal for getting to know on your yacht charter. Do not miss the spectacular and historic richness of this land.I

s essential to hire a boat to explore Cyclades Islands that are located in the center of the Aegean Sea. In Greek its name means "circle", which was given thanks to the unique distribution of the archipelago: it has round shape around the island of Delos. They are the most famous islands of all the Greek islands and is the land of the mythology and history of the so-called Cycladic Civilization (3000 - 2000 BC). There are 220 islands in total, of which we can highlight Mykonos, Santorini, Delos, Kea, Naxos, Kithos, Serifos, Sifnos or Kimolos.

Mykonos may be the most famous among them due to its outstanding beauty composed of white houses with charming corners over the sea. Santorini is the image of Greece, a small town crowned by round and blue capitals on a steep slope falling into the sea. It has a spectacular wild beauty of volcanic origin. You can dock at the port of Acinios and get to know, as they say, vestiges of the lost Atlantis. Delos, on the other hand, it is the most sacred because it is considered to be the place of birth of Apollo. It is uninhabited and is located just in one mile from Mykonos. It is an impressive archaeological site that tells the story of a golden time of centuries ago. Kea is the most quiet and peaceful of Cyclades Islands, little known among foreign tourists but very popular with Athenians who come for its wine, honey and almonds.