Mykonos – Santorini – Cyclades Islands
4,700 AED
7 Days
Sailing Boat Cabin

6 Must see Greek Islands

Forget about ordinary vacations! Let’s sail together and enjoy the beauty of Greek islands!

Did you hear about the Cyclades islands?

If you are not, in this sailing adventure you will find out all about them.

With its stunning scenery, mouth-watering food, fascinating history and wonderful weather, it’s not hard to see why Greece is one of the most popular destinations in the world in which to take a sailing holiday. One of the many benefits of choosing Greece as your next sailing destination is that there really is something for everyone, with thousands of islands to explore, all set between deep blue skies and crystal clear waters, you are bound to find your perfect setting. The high season for the Cyclades is June and July, although good weather is usually guaranteed from May to September.

Well the Cyclades islands are an island group in the Aegean Sea. They are one of the island groups which constitute the Aegean archipelago. The name refers to the islands around the sacred island of Delos. The largest island of the Cyclades is Naxos. Where are the two most famous and most popular Santorini and Mykonos. The Cyclades islands are forming a ring of around the ancient island of Delos with its ancient ruins and temples, next to the cosmopolitan island of Mykonos.

Cyclades islands is an ideal sailing destination offering over 20 islands all within easy reach with countless bays to anchor in all within very easy reach, so even if you are not the most experienced or adventurous of sailors you can fill every day with something new.

The route includes all the elements of the Cyclades islands: Anchorage in secluded coves for swimming and sun bathing on the yacht or in the long beaches with golden sand. Enjoy your lunch on board, made by your hostess, or a meal in the traditional towns and fish ports of the Cyclades.


Let your dream come true in one of the following islands

The islands of Cyclades include Mykonos, Syros, Naxos, Sifnos, Serifos, Paros, Ios, Santorini with its volcano and amazing sun sets and of course the small islands south of Naxos Schinousa, Donousa, Heraklia and Koufonisia a truly beautiful archipelago. You need to visit them all. Every island is a story for itself.

Greece’s most famous cosmopolitan island is Mykonos, a whitewashed paradise in the heart of the Cyclades. According to mythology, Mykonos was formed from the petrified bodies of giants killed by Hercules. And did you know that the island took its name from the grandson of Apollo, “Mykonos”?

Among the most Greek islands, Mykonos island is located almost in the centre of the Cyclades complex. It is particularly famous for the cosmopolitan atmosphere, the exciting nightlife, the picturesque Cycladic architecture and the magnificent beaches that makes holidays in Mykonos a magnificent experience. There are many things to do in Mykonos Greece, an island perfect for people of all ages: walk along the narrow streets of Chora, see the sunset from Little Venice, stay in luxurious hotels and swim in exotic beaches.

As the largest island in the Cyclades, Naxos’s green and fertile landscape also mean that it is one of the most beautiful. Approaching the island in your boat will give you a fantastic view of its rugged scenery, verdant valleys and sweeping golden beaches that stretch for miles along the shore.

Lovers of the elusive ‘real Greece’ pretty much all agree that the island of Syros is a special place. The town of Hermoupolis is the capital of the Cyclades and one of the most architecturally fascinating ports in the Mediterranean, a living museum with some of the most beautiful 19th Century buildings in Greece.  It is also one of the most cosmopolitan towns in the Greek islands.

If you are looking for that perfect Greek island with a balance of beautiful beaches, low-key nightlife, white Cycladic villages, low-impact tourism and maybe the best food in the Cyclades, then look no further than Sifnos.

Serifos is a beautiful island of Western Cyclades, in a short ferry ride from Athens. Not much developed in tourism, Serifos island has kept its traditional character and the virgin landscape. Chora is the most picturesque spot in Serifos Greece, constructed on the slopes of a mountain and with fabulous view to the Aegean Sea. The most tourist places are Livadi and Livadakia, while the island has crystal beaches all around its coastline.

Paros in Greece is among the most popular islands of Cyclades. Located in the heart of the Aegean Sea, Paros island is ideal for young people, romantic couples and families, too. The Parian traditional villages, particularly Naoussa, Parikia and Lefkes, are perfect samples of Cycladic architecture, with whitewashed sugar houses, paved streets and blue-domed churches. The beaches are famous for the exotic water and the golden sand.

Ios Greece belongs to the Cycladic islands. It is particularly famous for the wonderful beaches, the picturesque village of Chora and certainly the intense nightlife that attracts mostly young crowds. Beach parties start in the midday and last till the early hours in Mylopotas, making it a popular place for teenagers and youth.

Santorini is considered the most breath-taking beautiful of all the Cycladic isles, and as soon as you approach this island from the unique vantage point that a boat offers, you will see why. The submerged crater just off the main island is a permanent reminder of one of the most cataclysmic volcanic eruptions in history; the legend of the lost city of Atlantis is said to have begun here.

Complete freedom to live the ultimate summer in Greece! Sailing in Greece.



1 What better way to tour the iconic Cyclades Islands than by yacht?

2 Swim in the Aegean Sea off the side of the boat and let the waves rock you to sleep each night

3 Chic waterfront bars line the beaches of Mykonos, serving authentic Greek food and cocktails as the sun goes down.

4 Wedged between the dramatic cliffs of Amorgos and visit many islands

5 Santorini has some of the most distinctive and attractive landscapes in the world.

6 Feast on fresh seafood at a sleepy waterfront taverna in the Small Cyclades islands

7 Pass bleached-white villages that cling to plunging cliffs and along the rim of a volcano.


2 sailing crew
1 week accommodation in double or twin cabins
Hotel Amenities
Snorkelling & Fishing Equipment

Sailing workshop

2 Greek nights

Water, tea and coffee also will be provided onboard. Fully equipped kitchen for the guests to cook as they wish.

Extra on land spending/meals
any activities not included in the Inclusions.


Additional information

MonthJuly, June, May, September

Day 1:

  • Check-in at 16.00 pm in Mykonos port. Get familiar with the boat and briefed for the adventure ahead.

Day 2:

  • Greek breakfast by the water.
  • Set sail in the morning to Naxos, sailing time approx. 3- 4hours, pit stop to the beach and then dock in the port to explore this beautiful island.

Day 3:

  • Greek breakfast by the water.
  • Set sail in the morning to Koufonisia sailing time approx. 3-4hours, pit stop to the beach before docking in the port.

Day 4

  • Another memorable breakfast.
  • Set sail in the morning to Schinousa, sailing time approx. 2-3hours, pit stop to the beach before docking in the port.


Day 5


  • Greek breakfast by the water.
  • Set sail in the morning to Ios, sailing time approx. 3- 4hours, pit stop to the beach before anchor in the bay.


Day 6

  • Greek breakfast by the water.
  • Set sail early in the morning to Santorini, sailing time approx. 3-4hours.
  • Sail around the volcano and beaches, before anchor in a bay. (due to special weather conditions on the island, if the weather permitted we spend the night in Santorini, otherwise we return to Ios.)


Day 7


  • After Breakfast time to say goodbye
  • Check-out in Santorini 

  • Mykonos
  • Naxos
  • Koufonisia
  • Schinousa
  • Ios
  • Santorini


60 – 30 days prior to the tour – 30%

30 – 15 days prior to the tour – 50%

14 – 8 days prior to the tour – 75%

7 – 0 and no show – 100%

2 sailing crew
1 week accommodation in double or twin cabins
Hotel Amenities
 Snorkelling & Fishing Equipment Sailing workshop

 2 Greek nights

 Water, tea and coffee also will be provided onboard. Fully equipped kitchen for the guests to cook as they wish.

 Extra on land spending/meals
 any activities not included in the Inclusions.

sailing trip
saling santorini
sailing trip
sailing trip
sailing koufonisi

Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 2 reviews
April 19, 2018

Everything was excellent from the day we arrived to Mykonos, Denise and Yannis were waiting for us at the port, the boat is not a regular sailing boat, it is a luxury handmade boat that made us feel cozy even when we were sailing, the trip was very organized, we explored many secret beaches and we had the most wonderful food in the local restaurants, my favorite island were Tinos and Santorini, we are certainly coming back

May 1, 2018

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