- 43.53 mt
- 12 Guests
Yacht Charter Greece; Infinite terrific coastlines and beaches.
Greece yacht charter vacation offers you 9,000 miles of seaboard and more than 2,000 islands, of which only 170 are inhabited. There is no more reasonable route to explore the nature and beauties of the Greek Islands and the coasts of mainland Greece than on your luxury charter yacht.
Sail between the Greek islands; some islands have airports and easy helicopter access that make it quite simple to reach your yacht. You can cruise between the islands with your luxury sailing yacht to discover hidden beaches of islands and experience each one’s tries different local products and unique local culture every day.
Greece enjoys more than 230 days of sunshine a year and a typically Mediterranean climate with cosy winters and warm to hot, dry summers. The most popular yacht charter season is during the summer months from May through September; however, April and October are lovely times to visit the area by sea.
Greece’s remarkable history spans four millennia, and the country is guided by many as the motherland of democracy and the crib of Western civilization. You can start or finish your yacht charter vacation from any greek island, discovering and exploring its historic cities and towns.
The stunning Aegean sea offers you a variety of excellent and rugged isles blessed with endless sea views, warm winds, and plenty to explore off-the-beaten tracks. Dissipated across the Aegean Sea, located to the southeast of the mainland, the more than 200 islands of the Cyclades are one of the most popular yachting destinations in Greece. Easy access from Athens, the archipelago is known for the white-washed houses built on hillsides significant down to glittering azure waters. The Cyclades islands are a must for anyone thirsting for architecture, archaeology, and beautiful views. Enjoy the nightlife in cosmopolitan Mykonos island, relax on the famous Santorini sunset with a glass of ouzo and a bowl of Cyclades olives and take an afternoon to discover Apollo’s temple in Delos.
The Dodecanese Islands lie less than fifty miles from the Turkish coast and are soaked in rich and complicated ancient history. The smallest island of Dodecanese offers a range of sheltered harbours - ruins of their trading past – while all offer plenty of striking sandy beaches and striking terrain, best viewed from the sea. There are numerous medieval castles and Byzantine churches across all twelve islands and more than 100 known islets. The weather is temperate and dry tropical, with an extended hot summer season.
The upright string of fertile Ionian islands comprises seven main islands, including Corfu, Kefalonia, Ithaca, Lefkada, Zakynthos, Paxi, and Kythira. The Ionian isles welcome Greece’s west coast, crystal clear waters, plenty of vegetation, unique Venetian architecture, and calm and predictable sailing conditions. The Ionian islands offer miles of sandy beaches with crystal clear sea, making this region one of the best yacht charter destinations.