Cyclades Islands Sailing Itinerary
A two week taster of life in the Cyclades Islands…
Of the two quays on the North West of Kea, Vourkari is the prettier and the tavernas overlooking the quay are really nice.
At Loutra there is a harbourmaster who organises spaces for incoming yachts, there is water and electricity on the quay. It is a great spot from which to explore Kythnos.
A sheltered bay on the west coast of Siros, there is a quay on which you can moor inside or outside the harbour. The rest of the harbour is mostly taken up by fishing boats. There is water available on the quay and tavernas and shops ashore.
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!
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.
Vathi, meaning ‘deep’ in Greek, is a sheltered bay and a popular anchorage for yachts. There are two tavernas on the beach.
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.
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.