Cyclades Islands

Sailing in Cyclades is ideal for living a true and genuine sailing experience. It is located in the centre of the Aegean Sea, southeast of mainland Greece.

The Cyclades is distinguished by whitewashed houses and rocky scenery. Whether you choose crowded, lively, cosmopolitan islands, or an alternative route in Small Cyclades, you will be thrilled by the combination of amazing colorful sunsets along with the fine architecture of all islands.

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Alimos – Start/End
2
Cape Sounio
3
Kea
4
Syros
5
Mykonos
6
Serifos
7
Kythnos

1. Athens - Alimos

Past and present intermingle in Greece’s capital city. A location that’s much more than just a stop-off point to a destination, merging the mountain, the sea and the city at your fingertips.

2. Cape Sounio

Temple of Poseidon lying at Cape Sounio. Don’t miss the opportunity to anchor here and spend the night onboard, admiring the remarkable view of the Temple or taste fresh seafood in one of the local taverns.

3 Kea

a Cycladic island with a different landscape and architecture than the rest. You will not see little whitewashed houses and blue domed churches here. Kea is characterized by earthy tones and elegant architecture.

4. Syros

the capital of the Cyclades. Venetian mansions, spectacular sunset views, narrow alleys, neoclassical buildings and impressive catholic and orthodox churches; Syros will impress you with its picturesque scenery.

5. Mykonos

worldwide known for its cosmopolitan atmosphere and vivid nightlife. With its exceptional beaches, amazing sunset, award-winning restaurants, epic parties and 5-star service Mykonos will definitely seduce you. Stroll around its narrow-paved streets, swim at its exotic beaches and dance the day away at famous its clubs.

6. Serifos

with its beautiful capital city built on a high hill overlooking the island. It is famous for its beaches and crystal-clear waters. Serifos is the perfect place for relaxing holidays.

7. Kythnos

is the proof that beauty is often found in simplicity. Picturesque villages, narrow cobbled stone streets, impressive beaches and hospitable people form the islands perfect scene.
1
Alimos – Start/End
2
Cape Sounio
3
Kythnos
4
Serifos
5
Milos
6
Sifnos
7
Kythnos

1. Athens - Alimos

Past and present intermingle in Greece’s capital city. A location that’s much more than just a stop-off point to a destination, merging the mountain, the sea and the city at your fingertips.

2. Cape Sounio

Temple of Poseidon lying at Cape Sounio. Don’t miss the opportunity to anchor here and spend the night onboard, admiring the remarkable view of the Temple or taste fresh seafood in one of the local taverns.

3 Kythnos

is the proof that beauty is often found in simplicity. Picturesque villages, narrow cobbled stone streets, impressive beaches and hospitable people form the islands perfect scene.

4. Serifos

with its beautiful capital city built on a high hill overlooking the island. It is famous for its beaches and crystal-clear waters. Serifos is the perfect place for relaxing holidays.

5. Milos

Due to the volcanic activity Milos has a magnificent colorful landscape, unique rock formations and breathtaking beaches. Don’t miss a visit to its Christian catacombs. Milos will steal your breath with its enchanting beauty.

6. Sifnos

a small typical Cycladic island with rich tradition in cuisine and crafts and a “Cycladic chic” ambience. It stands out for both its architecture and natural beauty.

7. Kythnos

is the proof that beauty is often found in simplicity. Picturesque villages, narrow cobbled stone streets, impressive beaches and hospitable people form the islands perfect scene.
1
Alimos – Start/End
2
Cape Sounio
3
Kea
4
Syros
5
Mykonos
6
Paros
7
Naxos
8
Schoinoussa
9
Ios
10
Milos
11
Sifnos
12
Serifos
13
Kythnos

1. Athens - Alimos

Past and present intermingle in Greece’s capital city. A location that’s much more than just a stop-off point to a destination, merging the mountain, the sea and the city at your fingertips.

2. Cape Sounio

Temple of Poseidon lying at Cape Sounio. Don’t miss the opportunity to anchor here and spend the night onboard, admiring the remarkable view of the Temple or taste fresh seafood in one of the local taverns.

3 Kea

a Cycladic island with a different landscape and architecture than the rest. You will not see little whitewashed houses and blue domed churches here. Kea is characterized by earthy tones and elegant architecture.

4. Syros

the capital of the Cyclades. Venetian mansions, spectacular sunset views, narrow alleys, neoclassical buildings and impressive catholic and orthodox churches; Syros will impress you with its picturesque scenery.

5. Mykonos

worldwide known for its cosmopolitan atmosphere and vivid nightlife. With its exceptional beaches, amazing sunset, award-winning restaurants, epic parties and 5-star service Mykonos will definitely seduce you. Stroll around its narrow-paved streets, swim at its exotic beaches and dance the day away at famous its clubs.

6. Paros

Paros and Antiparos, two islands very close to each other, divided by a narrow crossing. Here you can enjoy vivid nightlife and visit archaeological sites.

7. Naxos

Naxos, the largest of the Cycladic islands, is a unique travel destination because it incorporates the communities of four additional smaller isles – Iraklia, Schinoussa, Koufonissia and Donoussa — that belong to the Municipality of Naxos and Small Cyclades, hence the term “Naxos and the Small Cyclades. Five Islands. One Destination.” Shaped like a rhombus, Naxos may be referred to as a diamond on the Aegean, with 4 colorful gems alongside, giving it an added sparkle unlike any other in the region. Our logo makes reference to this characteristic – four colorful dots encircling the larger “mother” island

8. Schoinoussa

 is a tiny island unspoiled landscape, secluded beaches and little traditional settlements. It’s natural beauty and distressing atmosphere will definitely steal your heart away!

9. Ios

a typical Cycladic island with whitewashed houses, narrow cobblestone alleys and mesmerizing beaches. Ios is also popular because of its vivid nightlife.

10. Milos

Due to the volcanic activity Milos has a magnificent colorful landscape, unique rock formations and breathtaking beaches. Don’t miss a visit to its Christian catacombs. Milos will steal your breath with its enchanting beauty.

11. Sifnos

 a small typical Cycladic island with rich tradition in cuisine and crafts and a “Cycladic chic” ambience. It stands out for both its architecture and natural beauty.

12. Serifos

with its beautiful capital city built on a high hill overlooking the island. It is famous for its beaches and crystal-clear waters. Serifos is the perfect place for relaxing holidays.

13. Kythnos

is the proof that beauty is often found in simplicity. Picturesque villages, narrow cobbled stone streets, impressive beaches and hospitable people form the islands perfect scene.

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