|Day||Port of Call||Arrival||Departure|
|Friday||Athens (Lavrion), Greece||21:00|
|Tuesday||Crete (Chania), Greece||08:00||18:00|
|Thursday||Athens (Lavrion), Greece||09:00|
Shore Excursions Available Upon Request
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.
With a population of around 3.7 million, Izmir is the third largest city in Turkey, and boasts the second largest port after Istanbul. Formerly the ancient city of Smyrna, Izmir is now a busy commercial center that rests on a vast bay.
One of the most beautiful towns in Agrolis, the Eastern Peloponnese, and one of Greece’s most romantic cities, elegant, architecturally homogenous.
Chania, the second-largest town on Greece's largest island, Chania is the lively capital of the western half of Crete, and was formerly the islands capital until 1971. The atmosphere has a touch of Florence and Venice combined with the culture and character of Cretan traditions.
The beautiful "Island of Roses" has a rich and varied history. On a hill above the charming town of Lindos rises an ancient acropolis dedicated to the goddess Athena. Below lies the bay of St.Paul, where the apostle landed during his voyages.
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.
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.