|Day||Port of Call||Arrival||Departure|
|Friday||Athens (Lavrion), Greece||13:00|
|Saturday||Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey||07:00||13:00|
|Friday||Athens (Lavrion), Greece||07:00||-|
Shore Excursions Available Upon Request
Beneath its sophisticated surface, lies a quite essentially Greek island. Hundreds of tiny chapels dot this blue and white-washed island with its beautiful windmills. Find a table on the waterfront and bask in the serenity of sunset over its picturesque harbor.
A tour to nearby Ephesus should not be missed, for here history truly comes to life. Walking towards the ancient harbor, down a marble road rutted by the wheels of countless chariots, you pass architectural masterpieces like the Library of Celsus before arriving at the Great Amphitheater where St. Paul preached.
Untamed, virgin beauty characterizes the island, which is the 8th largest in Greece. Practically a stone’s throw away from the coast of Asia Minor, the island of Pythagoras, Epicurus, Aristarchus and possibly Aesop, gracefully balances between the wooded forests and the natural waterfalls, wetlands and smooth beaches. Earth and water in perfect harmony.
It is known as “The Island of Colours" thanks to its volcanic origin. Most people will know of Milos from its connection with a famous statue in the Louvre, Paris; the "Venus di Milo". With over 70 unique beaches with waters of every imaginable shade of green and blue and different geological formations, and historical sights to be seen, tourism is catching on to this fascinating, horseshoe shaped, Cycladic Island.
Syros or Syra is the “Lady of the Cyclades”, today the capital of the South Aegean region and it was once the cultural, naval and industrial center of the nascent Greek state. A vivid island, beautiful, luminous and with structures of great architectural interest, it has perpetual movement at all hours of the day and offers attractions to suite every taste.
Along the coastline of Asia Minor is the popular town of Cesme built in a coastal plain, a scenic town with townhouses, a lovely dock for cruise ships, boats and yachts, a vibrant lifestyle and a good tourism infrastructure. Except from tourism, water sports and delicious cheeses, Cesme is also known for its vineyards and watermelons.
Kos is characterized by rich and fertile soil, renowned since antiquity, and its inhabitants are mainly occupied with agricultural activity and tourism. It is an island with an enviable history, archaeological excavations and discoveries, also called the “Island of Hippocrates”, as it is the birthplace of the Father of Medical Science.
This Cycladic island has a special aura, romantic and purely white, just like its houses, cool like its breeze and sizzling like the Aegean sun. It almost magically balances the vibrant nightlife, laughter, fun and exotic beaches with the secluded, secret locations where someone can relax and leave everything behind.
The island of Santorini is perhaps the most breathtaking of all the Greek Islands. In the town of Thira white-washed houses,narrow streets, open-air cafes and glittering boutiques cling to steep cliffs, accessible by cable-car or mule.