Five reasons to visit Mykonos
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Why Greece is better on a yacht

What’s your idea of the perfect beach? Green-blue water and white sand? Beach bars and water sports? Framed by rocks for snorkeling and scuba diving? A secret Aegean cove accessible only on foot or by boat? No matter what your idea is, you’ll find it in the Cyclades.

What is the best place to stay? Of course, a Yacht where you can visit every day a different Beautiful place!

Cyclades

The most famous islands in the Aegean Sea involves the absolute most lovely islands on the planet! Lovely sandy beaches, cute houses in white and blue, a Traditional way of life, bouzouki music, warm, friendly hospitable people and whitewashed scenes will make a trip to the Cyclades into a lifetime experience. The name “Cyclades” alludes to the islands framing a circle (the name in English signifies: “roundabout islands”) around the sacred island of Delos. As indicated by the Greek mythology, Poseidon, God of the ocean, angry at the Cyclades Nymphs transformed them into islands.A huge number of visitors come to the Cyclades every year to appreciate the sunlight and the crystal blue waters, in the journey of finding the heaven on earth.

The Superstars

Mykonos

Visit Mykonos

One of the most famous destinations worldwide and a favorite holiday spot of the world’s jet set, Mykonos, is extremely beautiful and well known for the amazing sandy beaches, the white country chapels (more than 2000 chapels!), its bare hills and the Cycladic architecture. The last 10 years Many new villas have voted as the best villas of the world.

Delos

The birthplace of Apollo and Artemis used to be a religious center for the whole of Greece in the ancient times, as well as the principal trading port in the Eastern Mediterranean during the roman times. Delos is desolated today and is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, receiving large numbers of visitors who flock to admire remarkable monuments and impressive mosaics. Near Delos, you ‘ll find Rhinia where an amazing crystal blue beach is the center of attention.

Rhenia

Delos and Rhine have easy access from Mykonos (about 15 minutes by boat) and it’s the most visited uninhabited islands in Greece. You can rent a yacht or rib for your group or family to explore Delos & Rhinia on a daily trip.

Santorini

The precious jewel of the Aegean is actually a group of islands (Thíra, Thirassiá, Asproníssi, Palea and Nea Kaméni) surrounding a inactivated volcano. You ‘ll be amazed by Red & black sand beaches and the amazing sunset view from Thira. Santorini is about 25 minutes by helicopter which many people use to visit, see the sunset and come back from Mykonos or any other island of Cyclades.

Tinos

A standout amongst the most charming yet less known islands of the Cyclades, Tinos is the religious focus of the nation on account of the congregation of Panayia Megalohari (the Blessed Virgin Mary). Visitors from everywhere come here to satisfy their vows and to look for otherworldly solace.

Andros

Andros

Andros is the northernmost island of Cyclades with an incredible maritime tradition and postcard landscape.

Anafi

Anafi

A paradise of primeval beauty and “exotic” beaches washed by crystal clear cool waters, according to Greek Mythology Anafi, has emerged from the bottom of the Aegean sea to give shelter to the Argonauts.

Ios

Ios

This small island, the favorite place for college students and families where mix together to celebrate Greek summer. It is said to have been the birthplace of Homer’s mother and the place of his own tomb.

Sikinos

Sikinos

A typical Cycladic island, located between Íos and Folegandros with terraces, low stone fences and numerous country chapels dotting a scenery bathed in the wonderful green and blue waters of the Aegean.

Folegandros

Folegandros

Remaining untouched by the growth of the tourist industry offers full relaxation in a typical Cycladic landscape.

Serifos

Serifos

A typical Cycladic island with white villages, quiet harbors, golden beaches, bare hills and beautiful landscapes. The tourism growth has not affected the island’s nature and traditional features.

Kimolos

Kimolos

A Tiny and extremely beautiful island lies in the western part of the Cyclades, it is famous for its fantastic beaches, ranging from thin sand to pebbles.

Paros & Antiparos

Paros

Paros located at the heart of Cyclades, one of the most beloved holiday destinations is Greece offers matchless natural beauty, beaches of crystal clear waters and amazing nightlife.

Antiparos

Antiparos

The islet of Antiparos, lying southwest of Paros, is ideal for a relaxed and serene holiday and can easily be reached from Punda or Parikia by boat (about 10 minutes).

Sifnos

Sifnos

Sifnos with a rich custom in ceramics and gastronomy will definitely turn a holiday into an unforgettable experience Due to amazing taverns and the stunning beaches.

Naxos

Naxos

The greenest & biggest island in the Cyclades with high mountains, fertile valleys, stunning seascapes and traditional villages perched high on mountain tops, where the locals still wear their traditional dress and live off the fruits of the land! You ll be amazed from beautiful old churches, monasteries and Venetian castles harmoniously coexisting with Cycladic white houses…

Koufonisia, Donousa, Sxinousa

Sxinousa is a tiny island with three villages (Hora, Mesaria and Mersini) Ideal to those who seeking to relax, good seafood and beach life.

Koufonisia is a small group of two islands, Pano Koufonìsi (Upper Koufonìsi) and Kato Koufonìsi (Lower Koufonìsi), that are separated by a narrow strait. Pano Koufonìsi is inhabited, with a land area of 5.5 Km and a population of 350 locals.

Donousa, has a land area of 13.5 sq. km and numerous coves some of which hide magnificent sandy beaches.

Milos

Milos

The weird shapes of the rocks and their wonderful colors at the beautiful white sandy beaches have endowed this island with an exciting variety of gorgeous landscapes, consequently offering the visitor a wide range of activities.

What do you think? Is it worth to Charter a Yacht and explore this amazing part of the world?