Get to know the Mediterranean as it once was. One of the oldest European civilizations developed on the Greek islands, so therefore the islands have a unique, distinctive architectural heritage and the ideal climate.
Walk the ancient streets of Athens. Visit the world-famous Acropolis with the Temple of Parthenon and the New Acropolis Museum. Explore Hydra, one of the most authentic places in Greece with no cars allowed on the island. Take a donkey ride and enjoy the most beautiful sunsets. Rent a scooter and discover beaches of Spetses and Poros. Buy fresh seafood straight from the fisherman. Go wine tasting and visit the famous pistachio farms on the Island of Aegina.
Sailing holidays are a unique and unforgettable way to travel. This route is a perfect mixture of socialising and relaxation. You'll be on the boat with like minded people and gain more experience in sailing while being in a relaxed environment with a drink in hand sharing a few laughs.
"It was hands down one of the best trips I have ever been on. The clear blue water, picturesque towns and amazing nightlife were incredible. But what really made the trip was sharing it with the friendliest group of people one could ask for."
Drop off your bags at the Sail Week Check in desk at the Alimos Marina anytime from 9AM.
In the early afternoon come to the Alimos marina and meet your skipper and your sailing companions. We are planning to embark around 3PM. After relaxing sail, we'll dock in Aegina, former Greek capital, famous for its pistachio farms, restaurants and stylish bars.
Early in the morning we set sails towards ancient Hydra, the pearl of Argosaronic. Explore the walls and backstreets of this beautiful old town.Climb the hill top for a spectacular view over the port. Swim in small coves with crystal water and green surroundings. In the afternoon take a donkey ride and enjoy the most beautiful sunset in Hydronetta bar.
Sail to a quiet bay tucked away on this deserted island. Perfect day to relax, sunbathe, dive and paddle board. Enjoy the night under the stars with your companions while your skipper prepares special skipper's beach bbq. Escape the hustle and bustle and enjoy a peaceful night where there are no bright lights to distract you from the breathtaking night sky.
Take a short walk on the cobbled stone streets to the picturesque old harbour and Dåpia, a tourist and commercial centre, where the heart of the island's entertainment beats. Visit local artists and craft shops. Rent a scooter or a quad and explore the island and its numerous beaches. For the night enjoy fresh fish bought straight from the fisherman or local greek cuisine in one of many traditional tavernas.
In the morning we'll sail out to Ermioni.This town is located on the Greek mainland but gives the impression that you are actually on one of the most beautiful islands of Greece. The town is a maze of small streets and cobbled paths.Walk the Bisti pine forest, explore little bathing coves with sparkly clear water and the remains of an ancient site. In the night enjoy numerous bars, restaurants and nightclubs.
This small island is the most famous for its fishermans, lemon trees and beaches. Rent a scooter or a quad and explore this tiny island. Climb the clock tower for a beautiful view over the seafront. Take a short boat ride, cross the channel to the mainland Peloponnesus and stroll around the Lemon Forest. Enjoy sandy beaches, watersports and eat at local tavernas known for delectable fresh fish. After dinner we'll have a night out in the Poros best- Malibu bar.
Enjoy a leisurely day on the way back to the Alimos marina. Chill out and enjoy the final lunch on board with your new friends. After docking in the marina, relax and prepare yourself for your last night in the Greek capital. Catch a taxi or a 30 minutes bus ride to the old town and explore Athens nightlife including clubs, bars and restaurants. Friday night accommodation is on your yacht in Athens Alimos Marina, FREE OF CHARGE.
The airport in Athens is the closest and most convenient airport to our departure marina in Alimos (Athens) where we start our Sail Week Greece.
Please click link Greece - Getting there for more detailed information.
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