Athens – Mykonos – Santorini Deluxe Package
Cape Sounion Private Sunset Tour
Follow the Mediterranean coastline known as Athenian Riviera which you can get a memorable photo, to reach at the second most popular site of the Greek capital Cape Sounio which stands on a cliff perched over the Aegean Sea. During the tour we will have a special visit at the Lake of Vouliagmenis located at the heart of the Athenian Riviera to admire a truly idyllic landscape.
Private Tour in Athens
Offering a perfect overview of the modern city, this Private Tour in Athens will help you get your bearings if this is your first visit to Athens. You will visit the Acropolis, Acropolis Museum & Lycabettus Hill, the highest point of the city from where the view of the magnificent Acropolis is breath-taking. Tour in the capital of Greece and admire our heritage, the Greek architecture and culture, stroll in the picturesque alleys of Plaka and the Monastiraki area and wander in the many shops. You can also enjoy a coffee in one of the many cafes or a nice meal in one of the many great restaurants.
The open hours of the Acropolis museum are Monday – Thursday from 09:00a.m. – 05:00p.m., Friday from 09:00a.m. – 10:00p.m. & Saturday – Sunday from 09:00a.m. – 08:00p.m.
The address of the Acropolis museum is Dionysiou Areopagitou 15, Athina 117 42.
For the beach Lovers, a must seen list of Mykonos beaches
Ornos sandy beach has a cosmopolitan atmosphere to match. You’ll find all the facilities to let you spend a full day here, with a choice of restaurants serving everything from Mediterranean dishes to Sushi and beach clubs with refreshing cocktails and other drinks.
Psarou beach situated just 4km from Chora (the main town), gets the nod. It’s a celebrity magnet, with fine, almost white sand, clear blue water and beach bars renowned for their epic parties at Nammos, which has a seafood restaurant, a chic beach bar with sun loungers and a luxury shopping mall with top designers’ boutiques with Greek and international brands.
Platis Gialos beach
Platis Gialos has every facility to cater to couples, friends and families. Easy to get to, approximately 5km south of Chora (the main town), it has everything from seafront restaurants to beach bars and a wide selection of water sports.
Paraga beach between Psarou and Paradise, is another easy addition to any list of best beaches in Mykonos. You will adore the restaurant and beach club scene here too – stylish, sophisticated and intimate, perfectly blending in with the surroundings.
Paradise beach is Mykonos’ famous party beach, filled with bars, plenty of places to eat and shop for beach essentials. If you’re looking to dance and drink in addition to sunbathe and swim, this is where you’ll want to be.
Kalo Livadi beach
Kalo Livadi beach is a place attracting a cosmopolitan crowd of all ages looking to enjoy the calm waters. It’s quieter and offers more space than other beaches nearby and is a popular site for kayaking and paddling.
Fokos beach is Mykonos’ wildest and one of the remote beaches although is not that far from the center of the island but remains its last “undiscovered” beach. It is an unorganized beach, and so it is good to bring your own umbrella, because there is no trees or umbrellas for shade. There is also a beautiful beachfront tavern with amazing summer Greek dishes.
Rhenia – Delos Cruise
Anchor by a deserted beach of Rhenia where you’ll have time to take a swim in the crystal-clear waters, sunbathe on the fine sandy beach or stroll around the place. Sandy coves, clear crystal waters and uncrowded beaches are a Rhenia island specialty.
Lunch will wait for you afterwards on board with homemade Greek flavour treats. After lunch, we sail to Delos island, which is protected by Unesco World Heritage as its archaeological site is exceptionally extensive, rich and conveys the image of a great cosmopolitan Mediterranean port. It is a unique natural paradise, worth seeing while you visit Mykonos.
Scuba Diving or Snorkelling in Mykonos
Scuba Diving Experience is great for those who have always wondered what it would be like to breathe under water. Explore along with Oceanographers, Marine Biologists, Marine scientists, Athletic Specialists PADI Instructors. Visit the famous shipwreck of Anna II, the inspiring reefs in Kalo Livadi beach, Agia Anna beach and Lia bay, the cave systems in Tragonisi island and other diving sites around the island.
Kitesurfing At Korfos Beach
Korfos bay north facing geographical position in addition to the deep concave shape of the bay, creates a perfect corridor for the constant, strong and stable North summer wind called “MELTEMI”, so it’s the ideal location for Kitesurf and Windsurf lovers. Also, for beginners who want to learn more about these extreme sports. Let instructors to immerse you into the wonderful world of Kitesurf at the ideal environment, in the Ιsland of the Winds.
Horse Riding in Mykonos beach
Begin your Horseback ride from horse stables to a secluded beach. You will ride through local farming areas surrounded by rocky mountains, often inhabited by goats, sheep and donkeys, to reach Fokos beach. Take a short break at the beach to swim and relax at the beach under the sun, perhaps enjoy lunch and a drink at the beautiful beachfront tavern. This is the perfect day for those wanting to incorporate some time spent on one of the island’s most stunning, secluded beaches.
For the beach Lovers, a must seen list of Santorini beaches
Red beach is a 20-minute drive south of Fira, and the walk down to the beach can be steep for some. The pebbly sand here is red and the backdrop is stunning. There’s not a lot here besides the unique scenery.
Vlichada beach is one of the most unusual beaches in Santorini, with a long stretch of coarse black sand with white, moon-like, volcanic cliffs looming behind, shaped over millennia by the wind, sand, and sea. This is a semi-organized beach, with umbrella and sunbed rentals and dotted with a few tavernas and bars close to the beach.
Kamari beach is the busiest, most family-friendly beach. Kamari beach is pebbly, so the water is extraordinarily clear. There are several affordable, all-ages beach clubs along the main path offering beach chairs and umbrellas. It’s the closest of any of the beach towns to Fira and is separated from Perissa beach by a hill called Mesa Vouno, but the two beaches are connected several times a day by water taxi.
Perissa and Perivolos beaches
Perissa and Perivolos beaches are essentially one very long beach, with Perissa at the north end turning into Perivolos to the south. Perissa is separated from Kamari by Mesa Vouno, as mentioned above, but connected by water taxi and a hiking trail. The beach at Perissa is a pebbly, sandy mix, which gets sandier farther south. This is a mostly family-friendly beach but with a little more of a party vibe at the beach clubs here. Moving south along Perissa for a kilometre and a half, the beach changes its name to Perivolos, which is the most upscale beach in Santorini with a good number of luxury hotels, high-end beach clubs, and fine dining restaurants.
Wine Tasting Tour in Oia
In this wine tour you will be picked up in a comfortable private car. First stop, the caldera and vineyards for a brief explanation of how things are done here, from pruning to harvest. With this step you will understand just how miraculous these wines are. We will visit three distinctive, charming but different, award-winning wineries where you will taste and discover the amazing wines pairing with local meze and get to know the different styles and labels.
Sail Sunset Catamaran Cruise
Sunset Cruise begins from Oia and the picturesque Ammoudi bay. First stop is in Thirassia island for a refreshing swim and snorkelling in its crystal-clear waters. We continue sailing towards the Volcano and the Hot Springs. Discover the magic of geothermal energy swimming in the thermal springs of the Volcano. Enjoy your dinner at the hidden coves of the Black Mountain and sail close to the impressive White Beach and Red Beach, experiencing the most famous sunset in the world, just before your disembarkation at the port of Vlichada.
Historic Heritage Tour at Akrotiri
Tour through Akrotiri, a settlement on Santorini that was covered in ash in 1500 BC, on a 2-hour guided tour. During your tour, follow your guide through the city to see how it was organized. Hear about the tragic events that buried the city after a volcanic eruption and learn why this contributed to it being well-preserved. Discover the way people lived 4,000 years ago as you stroll past private houses and public buildings and observe signs of a sophisticated infrastructure. You will also see some of the famous artwork, including pottery, furniture, and frescoes from the time, and find out about the other works stored at a nearby museum.