Boating Holidays in Greece
A sailing holiday by catamaran or gulet in Greece is a classic sailing holiday in the Mediterranean. Greece is generally the top destination for sailing holidays, among all nautical tourism destinations worldwide. It is not difficult to understand why. A sailing holiday by catamaran or gulet in Greece is a classic sailing holiday in the Mediterranean. Greece is generally the top destination for sailing holidays, among all nautical tourism destinations worldwide. It is not difficult to understand why.
Boating Holidays in Greece
The beauty of the sea
The crystalline beauty of its sea and the variety of its landscapes, its thousands of islands, five marine protected areas that extend for thousands of square miles, the mild climate, the high percentage of sunshine.
The small villages
And still its charming villages, small fishing villages overlooking the coast, where you can eat fresh fish with a small fee, the music, the people and the charm of an ancient land, rich in culture and the cradle of Western civilization.
These are just some of the reasons why people choose a holiday by sailing boat or catamaran in Greece.
The routes are divided into groups of Islands: Ionian Islands, the Cyclades, the Saronic Gulf Islands, the Dodecanese and Sporades.
Varying in characteristics and difficulty of the itineraries, they are all very beautiful: Do not hesitate to ask for advice on the destination to choose. Our staff is at your disposal to help you choose the most suitable boat and route for your needs.
The ionian Islands
The Ionian Islands are generally considered the easier route and therefore more suited to those who are less accustomed to boating. This is because the Meltemi doesn’t graze them and navigation is therefore quite sheltered.
The Cyclades Islands
The Cyclades are an interesting mix of daytime sailing conditions with an equally exciting night life on its famous islands, such as Mykonos, Syros and Ios.
The Cyclades itinerary runs through the heart of the Aegean Sea, and is probably the most difficult in Greece. Discouraged from mid-July to mid-August for those not accustomed to sailing. Despite everything, however, a holiday in the Cyclades by catamaran is a truly unforgettable experience.
The Saronic Gulf
The Saronic Gulf offers attractive conditions for navigation and is rich in cultural stopovers. The islands of Spetses, Poros and the island of Hydra are all very interesting and completely free of motor vehicles.
The islands of the Saronic Gulf are a preferred alternative for those who know the Ionian Islands very well. The sailing conditions in Greece vary considerably from place to place.
Routes for every taste
If you are looking for calm seas and light wind, your destination should definitely be the Ionian Islands. If you are experienced sailors and love to sail even with a bit of risk, opt for the Cyclades Islands.
For something in between, sail towards the beautiful Saronic Gulf. If you love lush nature and sailing conditions which are not too difficult, choose the Dodecanese as your itinerary.
To book a yacht or ask information or receive a quote you can +39 0698181706 or at mobile +39 3394772428. Our team will be pleased to give you all the information you need.
The deposit to send at the moment of booking is the 50% of the cost of the yacht.
The balance should be sent one month before the embarkation.
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