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Classical Greece

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Embark on a distinctive 8-day mega-yacht vacation to explore Athens and some of the most spectacular Greek IslesTake time to discover the archeological site of Delos and revel in the magic of Mykonos with an overnight stay in this lively portStroll along the picture-perfect paths of Santorini and join an optional tour to the Palace of Knossos in Crete, built in the bronze age by the MinoansExplore the lesser known gem island of Kythira, situated opposite the southeastern tip of the Peloponnese peninsula.Enjoy time at leisure to revel in the Byzantine and Venetian architecture of Monemvasia in LaconiaGet to know the treasures of Nafplion, take an optional tour to Mycenae, and bask in the warmth of Hydra’s coastal splendors

Itinerary

  1. Friday

    Marina Zeas (Piraeus) - Kea

  2. Saturday

    Delos (anchorage) - Mykonos

  3. Sunday

    Santorini

  4. Monday

    Rethymnon/Crete

  5. Tuesday

    Kythira

  6. Wednesday

    Monemvassia - Nafplion

  7. Thursday

    Nafplion - Hydra

  8. Friday

    Marina Zeas (Piraeus)

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