Athens - Salamina -Poros - Ermioni -Athens

Athens - Salamina -Poros - Ermioni -Athens Itinerary

Athens - Salamina -Poros - Ermioni -Athens Map Highlights: Greece

Day 1

Athens -Salamina

As this is the scheduled day of arrival, you will have time to explore the Greek capital before setting sail.

Athens is one of the oldest cities in the world, with over 3,400 years of history to explore. Buy the Multi-Site Combo ticket for €30, which gives you five days' entry to all the classic sites, including the Acropolis, the famous Parthenon, and six other archaeological sites: Temple of Zeus, Ancient Agora, Hadrian's Library, Roman Agora, Keramikos Cemetery and Lyceum of Aristotle. The modern Acropolis Museum is well worth a visit to learn more and see hundreds of other artifacts.

If you want to see and learn a lot in a short time, consider one of the many Athens walking tours - from general city navigation and history to philosophy, architecture, and, of course, food tours.

Or stroll through the old neighborhoods from Plake to Psyri, try some souvlaki, or sip a frappe and hang out with the locals in one of the city's many cafes.

In the afternoon, head to our marina in Salamina, where you can meet and mingle with your fellow sailors.

Relax on board, sip your drink on your private deck, and dance until dawn!

Day 2


Continuing our Greek sailing adventure, we head towards the small traditional village of ancient Epidaurus, famous for its wild lemon & orange trees, sandy beaches with blue-green waters, lush greenery, and fresh fish.

The Sunken City and Nisi Beach are two of Epidaurus' most popular beaches, from where you can explore the Aegean Sea with an adrenaline rush from the vast array of watersports on offer.

There's also time to explore the picturesque ancient city of Epidaurus, visit the historic ancient amphitheater, and sample some of the best Greek food - and cocktails - on the island.

Day 3


Continuing our Greek sailing adventure, we head to the small Greek island of Poros, famous for its wild lemon trees, sandy beaches, blue-green waters, lush greenery, and the ruins of Poseidon's Temple.

Love Bay and Askeli are two of the island's most popular beaches, from where you can explore the Aegean Sea with an adrenaline rush of water sports.

There's still time to wander around picturesque Poros Town, visit the historic monastery of Zoodochos Pighi, and sample some of the best Greek food - and cocktails - on the island.

Day 4


Hydra is the island of Greek naval tradition and played a significant role in the 1821 War of Independence, with preserved captain's villas on the seafront of the picturesque Old Harbour and a thriving town that remains the heart of the island's commercial life.

Horse-drawn carriages can take you on a romantic tour of the old town streets, and the iconic cathedral is a must for history buffs.

There are a handful of beaches to visit, many with water sports facilities, although Vlichos remains a favorite for sun worshippers as it is considered the most beautiful with its backdrop of pine trees.

We'll spend the night in Hydra, giving you time to explore the atmospheric old town at dusk, where you'll find lively bars and clubs. You can even join a late-night party on the beach.

Day 5


On the fifth day of our cruise, we sail towards a revered gem of the Aegean - the village of Ermioni. With a traditional cobbled street lined with cozy tavernas, Ermioni has its charm. But its compact size and layout means it's just as easy to explore on foot, wandering its romantic cobbled back streets and narrow village lanes.

As the heat rises, spend the afternoon swimming in the calm waters or SUP (stand-up paddle boarding) in the tranquil bays of Ermioni's coastline, or linger over a meal in one of the tavernas, waiting for one of the best sunsets in Greece.

Day 6


We moor at the tiny fishing village of Perdika, on the idyllic eastern shores of Aegina, famous for its temple of Athena Aphaia.

Here you can enjoy some of the best seafood in the Saronic Islands and spend the afternoon swimming in the crystal clear waters and strolling around the picturesque bay before heading to the taverna-lined harbour for one last Greek island feast.

Day 7


After a refreshing morning swim in the sparkling blue waters of the Aegean Sea, we'll set sail for the final destination of your island-hopping cruise. Enjoy the sea breeze and ocean views as you relax on board.

We'll arrive back in Athens in time for you to continue your exploration of the city. Our crew will be on hand to give you top tips and local insight to help you find corners of the city you wouldn't otherwise know about.

Day 8


As we come full circle back to Athens, this is our departure day, where you'll say goodbye to your new friends and crew.

We hope to see you again next year for more sailing around the Greek islands.