Cyclades

One week Cyclades Islands Route

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Island Sailing
One of the busiest and largest marina in Greece with many charter yachts operating from here. The facilities here for yachts are excellent and there’s some great bars and restaurants and a...
Island Sailing
One of two harbours on the North West corner of Kea, Korissia has water and electricity on the quay and tavernas ashore. There is also a supermarket.
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The capital of the Cylades, Ermoupolis is not the largest town in the islands but nevertheless remains an important cultural hub. The 18th and 19th century architecture is stunning and the quay...
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The main port on Serifos has water and electricity on the quay plus good shopping and bakeries. This busy place also has lots of bars and restaurants, it is worth checking out the picturesque village...
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The main port on the island of Kythnos, the landscape is very beautiful with vines and fig trees. The tavernas on the waterfront here are a great place to eat dinner.
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The temple to Poseidon was once visited by Lord Byron who scratched his name into one of the columns. Although other people are not encouraged to do this it has become something of a tourist...
Island Sailing
One of the most historically important cities in Europe, Athens is the perfect place to begin and end your holiday. Why not give yourself an extra day or two in the city to explore the ancient...

Athens

Location: 
Acropolis Athens
Greece
37° 58' 27.4728" N, 23° 42' 33.3684" E
Island Sailing

One of the most historically important cities in Europe, Athens is the perfect place to begin and end your holiday. Why not give yourself an extra day or two in the city to explore the ancient temples and ruins.

In the evenings this cosmopolitan place comes alive with street entertainments and market stalls, lively bars and excellent restaurants.

 

Biras Creek Marina, Virgin Gorda

Location: 
Biras Creek Resort
North Sound
Virgin Gorda
British Virgin Islands
18° 29' 32.82" N, 64° 21' 18.8892" W

Mykonos

Location: 
Mykonos Marina Mykonos, Cyclades
Greece
37° 27' 55.1772" N, 25° 19' 29.6688" E
Island Sailing

Known as the party town of the Cyclades, Mykonos is the place to sip cocktails and rub shoulders with celebrities. The harbour itself is charming and has good facilities for visiting yachts, get in early though to find your space!

Paroikia, Paros, Cyclades

Location: 
Paroikia Paros, Cyclades
Greece
37° 5' 13.6104" N, 25° 9' 7.2108" E

In the summer this harbour is bustling with holidaymakers and is home to one of the best churches in the Aegean. There is wonderful Cycladic architecture and lovely tavernas in this town situated in a large sheltered bay on the west coast of Paros.

Naousa, Paros, Cyclades

Location: 
Naousa Paros, Cyclades
Greece
37° 7' 28.524" N, 25° 14' 6.7812" E
Island Sailing

There are several anchorages and a harbour in this large sheltered bay. The town of Naousa itself has the beautiful white buildings that are characteristic of this area.

Faros, Sifnos, Cyclades

Location: 
Faros, Sifnos
Greece
36° 56' 37.5036" N, 24° 45' 2.3364" E

The town of Faros has a small quay on the Eastern side of its eponymous bay. It is a pretty, earthy kind of town and well worth a visit.

Vathi, Sifnos, Cyclades

Location: 
Vathi Sifnos
Greece
36° 55' 56.784" N, 24° 41' 17.8872" E

Vathi, meaning ‘deep’ in Greek, is a sheltered bay and a popular anchorage for yachts. There are two tavernas on the beach.

Kamares, Sifnos, Cyclades

Location: 
Kamares Sifnos
Greece
36° 59' 22.0524" N, 24° 40' 30.1368" E
Island Sailing

This is the main ferry port for the island, there is space for some yachts on the quay which has the usual facilities and plenty of space to anchor in the large sandy bay. The location here is spectacular and there is plenty to offer in the resort ashore.

Livadhi, Serifos, Cyclades

Location: 
Livadhi Serifos
Greece
37° 8' 33.2556" N, 24° 30' 55.5408" E
Island Sailing

The main port on Serifos has water and electricity on the quay plus good shopping and bakeries. This busy place also has lots of bars and restaurants, it is worth checking out the picturesque village of Chora which guarantees a great view of the Aegean sea.

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