DAY 1 – ATHENS to SOUNION – 23,3 miles
The first stop on our journey is Cape Sounion, where we will make time to visit the Temple of Poseidon. Cape Sounion is a historical place from the Golden Age of Athens. Many stories are tied to it, because it is a place where the sailors would “say goodbye” before a long journey, as well as the first place upon sailing back. In one of the stories, the forgetful son Theseus forgets to change the black sails to white upon his return from the battle with the Minotaur. His father Aegeus believes his son to be dead and ends his life.
DAY 2 – SOUNION to KYTHNOS – 24,2 miles
Kythnos is located in the West Cyclades, and it is not as popular as other islands in the Cyclades. The island offers tourists both gentle and dramatic sceneries that will blow your mind. The island is also surrounded by beaches that you can explore. It is a perfect destination to go on ayacht in Greece if you are looking for a chance to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. There is a wide range of activities that you can try out in Kythnos, from relaxing on the beaches to hiking around the island.
DAY 3 – KYTHNOS to SYFNOS – 31,5 miles
Although some of the most popular tourist destinations in the Cyclades are Santorini and Mykonos, you will be surprised once you step foot on this island. Sifnos will surely leave you awestruck once you see it. It features stunning beaches, picturesque villages, chic hotels, and mouth-watering local delicacies to explore. You will be surprised that this paradise has stayed hidden for a long time.
Sifnos covers 28 square miles, and it is surrounded by a wide range of activities that you can try out. You will surely fall in love with its rocky landscape and clear blue water.
DAY 4/5 – SYFNOS to IOS – 37,1 miles
Ios Island is one of the nightlife centers the Cyclades archipelago is famous for. Due to the fact, the majority of visitors to Ios are young people yearning to spend days by emerald waters and nights enjoying beach parties. Mylopotas Beach, near the island’s scenic capital of Chora, is one of Ios’s hotspots synonymous for nightlife, soft sand and crystal-clear waters.
The island of Ios isn’t famous only as a party destination. Amazing beaches, with Manganari among the most incredible ones, and 365 churches make for exceptional vacation opportunities. Also, relics from ancient (Skarkos – an early Cycladic settlement) and Byzantine (Palaiokastro) times offer insights into different stages in the history of the island.
DAY 6 – IOS to SANTORINI – 27,2 miles
Santorini is a famous tourist destination to go to in Greek for visitors that want to relax and unwind. You will find this mind-blowing island in the Southern Aegean on the eastern part of a collapsed caldera. It is among the best places that you can visit in the world. You will surely be mesmerized by the nerve-wracking views from its whitewashed churches with bright blue domes, soaring cliffs, and ancient archeological treasures. The island is also famous for its picturesque beaches, donkeys, dry white wines, and thrilling nightlife. It makes the island an excellent spot.