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Yacht charter in Saronic Gulf

A classical Greece by the Saronic Islands

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If what you like is to anchor in coves with mythology, dock at small ports and enjoy simple people in the Greek islands, feel free to rent a boat in the Saronics.

The Saronic Gulf is a large sea that gets deeper into the eastern part of the Greek mainland. This area brings together a splendid set of islands to be explored with our charter boat. It is a big area of places where you can find archaeological ensemble and rich seascapes, coasts of hardwood trees or rocks precipitous to sea.

The islands of the Gulf in the Aegean Sea are Hydra, Poros, Aegina and Spetses. The small Hydra is separated from the Peloponnese by a narrow and includes other smaller enclave, Dokos Island that is completely uninhabited. The Port of Hydra is the main town, a small town of undeniable charm that welcomes a newcomer with candor and charm. Aegina is the largest island among these islands and has two temples that you have to visit: the Afea and Apollo. Its harbor is picturesque and pleasant to go walking in good company. Besides the docked sailboats you’ll discover many restaurants and bars serving fresh fish, fried cheese and other varieties that make the Mediterranean gastronomy. Poros is actually formed by a "double island" because it consists of two islands Sphairia and Kalaureia. There you can visit the neoclassical amphitheatres and the remains of the Sanctuary of Poseidon. The islands of Spetses, formerly known as the Pityoussa, has a unique city that receives the same name, the others are small settlements. Many tourist agencies do not include circuit in the Saronics so it is less crowded than the others.