The journey through the marvellous islands of Cyclades is illuminated by the blue and white colours of the Aegean. According to the ancient myth, Poseidon, god of the sea, created this complex of 56 islands and islets.
The Cycladic islands charm and challenge all sea-lovers. It is within their crystal-clear waters that senses awaken and travelers grasp the essence of the islands' brilliance. An amazing journey commences, guided by the strong Cycladic wind.
You sail and the islands speak the language of dreams...
First stop, Andros, a beautiful island, where on the precipitous coastline, mourning doves and martins welcome you. Tinos with its holy aura and the unique landscape will captivate you. All compasses then, lead you to the cosmopolitan island of Mykonos, famous for its nightlife, where the windmills stand confident, connecting past with present.
Sailing with tailwind, you approach Naxos, to witness the light of the Aegean resting on sandy beaches, while the nautical route leads you to the small coves of Amorgos, an island ideal to experience the big blue. Onward, at full speed for Anafi, the island with the peculiar conic shape, due to the extreme height of mount Kalamos. Immense serenity and absolute beauty emerge in front of you.
The journey continues staring at the shadows of the volcano on the white houses climbing the steep rocks at Santorini. They nod, just before they dive into the colours of the astounding sunset. Mooring the boat at los, golden beaches and gorgeous coves captivate you, as the island's vibe becomes one with your heartbeat. Seagulls and dolphins accompany your trip to Serifos, Sifnos and Milos. Rocky scenery, striking beaches and leeward natural havens await to be explored. Kimolos, Folegandros, Sikinos, Kythnos, Kea, Gyaros; stunning coastlines, closed bays, but most of all precious experiences.
Docking at the "Aegean Nymph", Syros, you find yourself in the capital of the Cyclades, seduced by its sapphire- watered gulfs, discovering its innermost beauties. Simply unforgettable is the sunset at the most picturesque port of Paros, Naoussa. Opposite to Paros rests a rather small, but utterly sublime island, Antiparos.
The Cyclades ‘dance’ around the non-inhabited island of Delos, one of the most important archaeological sights of Greece, where the sea-breeze runs into the ‘air of civilization’.
Touring leads you at the Small Cyclades complex, including the islands of Iraklia, Schinoussa, Donoussa and Koufonissia.