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boat rental & cruise to nearby islands

5 Days 5 Nights Cruise

Mykonos-Paros-Ios-Sikinos-Santorini-Folegandros-Milos-Polyaigos-Sifnos

The best and most luxurious way to visit Cyclades complex of islands starting your journey from the cosmopolitan island of Mykonos.

Strongly recommended tour!

Embarkation 10:00 or 11:00 am from Tourlos port or Ornos bay
First stop: Delos the island where you can feel the energy from the most historical place with a history of 2500-year-old. The island was the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis 2 of the Greek gods. Walk for 1 hour or more on the island to see all the ruins and if you want to hire a professional guide (we can arrange that for you). the price for the entrance at the archeologically place is 12€ per person.

Second stop: Naousa-Kolimpithres place with green shallow waters and amazing beaches. Naoussa is a traditional fishermen village since it has the biggest fleet of fishing boats in the Cyclades. It is located at the northern coasts of Paros and its port hosts all the fishing boats of the village, while the marina offers hospitality.
Night 1:  At Naousa small traditional port where you can enjoy the unique taverns of Paros, and the small stores, or anchor to the remote monastiri bay and enjoy the lagoon-like waters first thing in the morning. Picturesque alleys and the Venetian castle on the beach, illuminated at night, add a magical note to the scenery.
Distance covered 25 miles approximately 1 hour

Departure and destination
After breakfast, we will departure from Paros for Ios

First stop: The port of Milopotas. The Island has great places to relax away from large crowds and noise. The coastline of Ios has wonderful beaches with soft sand and emerald waters. Visitors love the traditional style of Chora and crystal beaches.
Distance covered 36 miles approximately 1:30 hours
Second stop: Discover Sikinos, a small island in the southern Cyclades, that will gain you with the natural beauties and human creations. At Sikinos, time and people have kept intact the traditional Cycladic colors. Arriving at the port of Alopronia, unique images are filling every traveler and visitor of the island.
You can relax in quiet, small beaches and walk the trails of the interior all day. The only thing you can hear in the streets of the Chora is the wind whispering in the leaves on the vines. In the evening, the island wakes and the narrow streets around the bars, cafes, taverns, and shops are filled with people.
covered 9 miles approximately 30 minutes

Night 2: At the marina of Sikinos Alopronia

Departure and destination
First stop: Santorini will be the destination for the 3rd day the island with the extraordinary sunset that attracts people from all over the world. Villages that are built at the edge of the cliff offers to the visitor a unique view. The History of the volcano the view to the Caldera and the red and black beaches completes the scene of Santorini.

Second stop: Folegandros is an island of moderation. The gradual development of tourism over the last two decades has allowed the island to retain its traditional features while introducing modern amenities and organized tourist services. Here you have to visit Panayia, the island’s most important church, which is dedicated to the Dormition of the Virgin.

Distance covered 34 miles approximately 1:30 hour

Night 3: At Folegandros port or anchoring to the bay of Livadaki. Calm green waters Like a lagoon characterizing the spot.

Departure and destination
We will depart from Folegandros directly for Milos. Milos is famous for its dent elated coastline. With more than 75 small and big beaches of crystal, deep blue waters, multi-colored carved rocks, and white-yellow coasts, it is certain that you will be impressed.

First, stop Firiplaka beach. An amazing beach at a multicolor landscape.

Second stop: Kleftiko beach. The most famous beach of Milos and one of the most beautiful in Greece. At first sight, the place will look familiar as it is pictured in most travel guides about the island. Impressive rocks spring up from the sea, forming natural caves and rare geological phenomena. Kleftiko is also known as The Sea Meteora.
The legend says that one of the caves in Kleftiko was a pirate hideaway and that they had hidden in there their treasury, but it was never found. The water in Kleftiko is crystal and many people jump from the tour boats to swim. Close to Kleftiko, there is another impressive place of such geological formation, Gerontas.

Night 4: Adamadas is the place that you are going to spend your night. It is not just a port.  In this village you can combine relaxation and calmness with nightlife and entertainment, whereas at the same time everything you need for comfortable and pleasant vacations is provided to you: [there are] cafes, restaurants, ouzeries, pizzerias, grill-houses, fast-foods serving souvlaki, a bar, a club, shopping centers, supermarkets, banks, the port authority, the customs, a health center, a pharmacy, a dental clinic, a newsstand for Greek and international press, etc. Here, the island’s nightlife is intense with bars playing various kinds of music that speed up the rhythms and the entertainment tempo till the very break of dawn.

Distance covered 47 miles approximately 2:20 hours

Departure and destination

The last day of our trip as you wake up we will put our corse from Milos to :

First stop: Polyaigos. In the 1950s there were 14 residents, and today only two breeders live there. Northwest, there are ruins of the Assumption of the Virgin, founded in 1622. It is an important biotope and it is part of the Natura network as the Mediterranean monk seal monks live in the caves of the island.

Second stop: Apokofto Beach at Sifnos. Traditional small taverns offer to the visitor local food, and fresh fish. Also here you can enjoy the calm and clean waters.

Distance covered 28 miles approximately 1:20 hours

This is the end of our trip. Now directly back to Mykonos.

Total miles covered from Mykonos and back to Mykonos 260 miles.