Below find a sample itinerary for a 7 day charter, roundtrip from Mykonos. For more information contact Robyn at 847-867-9181 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hit the beautiful beaches of Paros during the day for all things swimming and water sports. Dance the night away at beach clubs and cocktail bars. Paros gives you a multitude of different options for your holiday.
14th century church in the northeastern end of Paroikia, short distance from the port.
Paros is the place for water sports like kitesurfing and windsurfing. Lessons can be arranged.
The Valley of the Butterflies
A natural habitat covered by cypresses and orchards. An ideal place to spot the Tiger Moth butterfly.
Beach-Bar restaurant. Enjoy Mediterranean dishes with an Asian twist.
Waterfront bar with awesome DJs, wonderful cocktails and a breathtaking view of the Old Port.
Schinoussa and Iraklia are hidden gems in the island group of Small Cyclades (along with Koufonisia and Donoussa). These islands have secluded beaches and tons of beautiful lush vegetation.
Panagia & Mesaria
Picturesque narrow cobble streets and blooming courtyards.
Nikolas of Schinoussa
One of the most famous restaurants in the Cyclades. Fresh fish in a unique environment!
Intense nightlife and wonderful beaches are what Ios has to offer. Old churches, windmills and even a medieval castle create a charming residential town.
The Greek poet and author of the Illiad and the Odyssey, is said to be buried a top a hill on Ios.
Glittering turquoise water and fine sand, this beach is paradise. Lined cafes, beach bars and clubs as well as comfortable beach beds to lay out.
For a romantic, candle-lit dinner, Grandma’s is your fine dining experience. Located in the luxury hotel Liostasi, you’ll find Grandma’s next to the pool on an open-air deck.
The Taste of Joy
Overlooking the port of Ios and the glistening Aegean sea. The Taste of Joy uses fresh, local ingredients in their traditional Greek dishes.
Santorini is sure to blow you away, as it is considered one of the top destinations in the world. Iconic blue-domed buildings in the villages upon the cliffsides…picture-perfect!
Santorini’s long-standing tradition of wine-making is something to see. The special weather climate as well as the volcanic soil allows Santorini wine a unique flavor.
Beautiful views of the villages on the cliffs.Take a walk along the black sides of the steaming volcano. A unique nature experience you don’t see everyday!
Said to be one the tastiest restaurants in Santorini. Enchanting atmosphere, top-tier design and amazing service.
Sea Side by Notos
Breath-taking beachside lounge bar with gourmet cuisine.
Dance the night away in the oldest club in Santorini. International music with some Greek hits as well.
This remote island is known for its charm. Perched on the cliffside is a traditional village which dates all the way back to medieval times.
This remote cave is a diamond in the rough. Dating all the way back to 4th century BC, Chrysospilia is a natural monument. You can find many ancient names from throughout history carved into its walls.
Panagia happens to be the largest church on the island. Historical inscriptions and statues can be seen within the church and courtyard.
This restaurant houses a panoramic view as well as a large range of local wines to pair with their traditional Mediterranean dishes.
A thoughtful selection of ingredients from the Aegean sea as well as unique wines from the vineyards of Greece.
Antiparos just so happens to be Paros’ neighboring island, and the perfect place to chillax. Take it from your favorite celebrity! Tom Hanks, Bruce Willis and Pierce Brosnan all own villas on this island.
The Cave of Antiparos
This wonderful, historic cave dates back to the Neolithic age, a.k.a the New Stone Age. It also happens to be the only vertical cave in all of Europe.
The Venetian Castle
This castle was erected in 1440 in hopes of warding off pirate attacks. While it’s now in ruins, visiting this historical site. is worth the trip!
This family owned tavern has quite a history. Fresh fish and other seafood found in their dishes is caught daily.
Belgian Chef Bart van Capellen has taken the influences from his work experience in France, Italy and Greece to prepare a delectable menu.
Mykonos has it all – pristine beaches, renowned restaurants and all the shopping you need. Cars can be organized for your trip into town. Enjoy the amazing restaurants and bustling nightlife that Mykonos offers.
Psarou and Paranga are two very popular beaches for snorkeling. Strap on your goggles and take a look at the underwater life in all its vibrancy.
People of all ages will enjoy this UNESCO World Heritage site. Listen to the Greek stories of the twins of Zeus and Leto: Artemis and Apollo.
Find Petros the Pelican
Maybe you’ve seen pictures and videos on social media of Petros the giant Pelican who wanders into shops around town. He loves a crowd!
La Maisan de Katrin
Established in 1971, this french restaurant serves French cuisine as well as Greek dishes.
As if frozen in time, this club holds the aura of the 60s and 70s. An eclectic crowd and popular dance music.
Scorpios beach club is a hotspot of Mykonos. Several cabanas, dance music and an electric atmosphere. Lunch price point is about 250 euros per person.
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