Athens - Mykonos - Santorini
Mykonos is the most famous island in Greece and one of the most popular destination in Greece, and in the world. Whatever you desire, luxury, adventure, relaxation you will find it here. Find yourself among the most famous celebrities all over the world and live an one life time experience.
Santorini is the most romantic and beautiful island of Greece. The unique beauty of Santorini attracts thousands of visitors every year and that makes it one of the top tourist destination of the world. The volcanic landscape, the rugged cliffs, the wild nature, the amazing alleys and beautiful beaches combined with its rich history and traditions make Santorini a unique destination.
Welcome to Athens. Our unique vehicle will pick up you from the airport and drive you in luxury through Athens most beautiful suburbs to your hotel. Today we are going to visit Acropolis and Acropolis museum. The Acropolis of Athens is one of the most famous and influential landmarks in history. The naturally fortified site houses the greatest architectural influence of modern civilization and symbolizes the birthplace of democracy.
Acropolis museum is considered one of the most important museums in Greece and maybe all over the world. It houses more than 3.000 artifacts from the Acropolis and the rich heritage of ancient Greece. After your visit, you can grab a lunch or coffee at the museum’s restaurant with amazing views of the Acropolis.Our next destination is the Panathenaic Stadium. The first Modern Olympic Games were held there making the stadium a monument of significant importance. It is the only stadium in the world made from white marble and has a capacity of 60.000 spectators.
This morning after having a tonic breakfast we drive to the port of Piraeus and the cosmopolitan island of Mykonos. In Mykonos anything’s possible. From Little Venice to Super Paradise you will have a unique experience of glamorous, celebration and relaxation. Here you will see some of the most famous celebrities all over the world dancing or relaxing just next to you. Holidays in Mykonos mean fun, relax, and enjoyment until the sun comes up. One of the most beautiful spots on the island, Little Venice is made up of homes that were built in the 18th century and have their foundations in the sea. Dress up well cause this afternoon you will visit some of the most glamorous restaurants and bars in Greece.
Near Mykonos is Delos, a island of ancient Greek history and one of the most important archaeological, historical and mythological sites of Greece, a key monument of the world's cultural heritage. When we arrive at Delos, you will find yourself at the ancient Agora of the Competaliasts. On the eastern side we will visit the Sanctuary of Apollo. In the left side is the Stoa of Phillip while in the end of the Sacred Way is the Propylea, a white marble gateway surrounded by four Doric columns. Probably the most unique site of the island is the Avenue of the Lions, a fifty meters long avenue. At the Archeological museum of Delos you will see a wide collection of archaeological findings of the Archaic, classical and roman periods including vases, idols, jewellery and statues.
Today we will visit the famous Windmills of Mykonos. A symbol of Mykonos' rich past, the windmills represented one of the earliest manufacturing units in Greece. At your option we recommend an amazing trip with boat to breathtaking isolated beaches and secluded coves. You’ll find all sorts of water sports; tubes, banana, water-skiing, wakeboarding, jet skiing, parasailing, windsurfing.
This morning we are sailing to one of the most beautiful islands in Greece, Santorini. Santorini has a long tradition in wine making thanks to the rich volcanic soil and the wine is its most popular local product. The island has several exemplary wineries that provide tours and insight into wine production. Above all, wine lovers indulge in a palatable experience with various wine varieties and delicious local delicacies.
The beaches in Santorini are in themselves among the attractions of the island since each one of them is a sight you won’t see in other islands due to their special geographical features. Red Beach is a brilliant example of a miraculous volcanic beach and the most photographed one in Santorini. The reason is the predominant red color on the cliffs, the rocks and the sand that in combination with the dark blue waters constitutes a wild, overwhelming landscape.
The greatest attraction of the island is the famous volcano of Santorini . An active volcano that lies in the Aegean Sea and constitutes an amazing sight The boat trips also include swimming in the thermal waters of the volcano’s hot springs. This special experience is complete by the stunning view of Santorini from a different point of view.
The commendable monastery of Prophet Elias, which resembles a fortress and owns an impressive bell tower, is built on the highest point of the whole island, on the mountaintop. Consequently, it becomes obvious that it undoubtedly offers the most spectacular panoramic views on the island. Visitors can take great photographs and, especially during the time the sun sets, the setting gets so astonishing that fills everybody with rapture.This evening you will have the chance to walk at Santorini’s wonderful alleys admire the view and watch the most beautiful sunset of the world!
In our last day of this magical trip before our return to Athens we will travel to lovely village of Akrotiri where we will see the excavations of the prehistoric settlement of Akrotiri. We will walk through the debris of this town, which is in a very good condition, and you will be transferred to the prehistoric era. It is a prominent archaeological site with great history.At evening we will travel back to Athens for a wonderful walk at beautiful alleys of Thiseio and have a delicius traditional goodbye dinner.
The climate in Greece is predominately Mediterranean with mild and rainy winters and warm and dry summers
The monetary unit for Greece is the euro whose sign is €. The euro banknotes exist in seven denominations: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, and 500. The circulated euro coins exist in denominations of 1 euro and 2 euro, and the cents are in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, and 50.
To ensure your wardrobe allows you to blend in with the locals, remember that Athens is known to be a city that is smart-casual. This means that the men are dressed impeccably and the woman are unashamed of their bodies.
It is acceptable to wear jeans around the city, providing you dress them up with a smart blazer or blouse. Be sure you get a pair of comfortable shoes for walking, hiking. Also do not forget your sunglasses.
In Greece the power plugs and sockets are of type C and F. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.