8 Days

Athens – Mykonos

Located in the center of the country, Athens is the capital of Greece but also a transportation hub for the Greek islands and top mainland Greek destinations. Famous all over the world as the birthplace of democracy and the Olympic games, among others, Athens is considered as the historical capital of Europe! Thanks to its long history and rich culture, sightseeing is one of the best things to do in Athens! The Acropolis of Athens, Herodes Atticus Theatre, the temple of Poseidon, the Hellenic Parliament and the Neoclassical Trilogy are among the best Athens attractions.

Mykonos – Delos – Paros

One of the most famous and cosmopolitan of the Greek islands. Renowned discotheques and nightclubs attract Athenian show business personalities as well as non-Greek tourism. Fascinating in its diversity and yet it remains a small Greek village too! The steep mountains to be encountered in most of the Cyclades give way to low, rocky hills, which combine with superb beaches to make up the landscape of the island. Tiny streets and windmills on the hill. The capital, Hora (plenty of towns carry the same name), with its colorful harbor in which little fishing boats nestle happily side by side with luxury yachts, presents quite a different picture from the majority of Aegean island towns.

Paros – Ios

Combining modern with traditional elements in the most unique way, Paros is a mix of traditional Cycladic architecture, vivid nightlife, magical Paros beaches, enchanting rural villages, and historical monuments. Whether you’re after a relaxing holiday or you are more of a thrill-seeker, Paros island will give you exactly what you want! The two main villages of Paros (and also where the heart of the island’s nightlife beats) are Parikia and Naoussa. Full of traditional taverns, luxurious restaurants and sophisticated bars, Parikia and Naoussa overflow with young crowds every night In truth, this island is famous for one thing in particular: its beaches! Huge, sandy, with crystal clear waters and many facilities, Paros beaches are stunning!

Ios – Santorini

Boasting the typical seductive Cycladic landscape, Ios has tiny whitewashed houses, narrow cobblestone alleys, picturesque clifftop villages and, of course, mesmerizing beaches. During the day, Ios island is the absolute Cycladic paradise. People escape the summer heat at the golden beaches, where they take a dip in the crystal clear Aegean waters. When the sun goes down, the bars and restaurants of Ios Chora come alive! Probably the best known place of historical interest is Homer's Tomb. Located on the north side of the island in the wild, untouched area known as Plakotos. Ios has many beaches (30+) the most popular being Mylopotas, apart from excellent sand and sea, there are a great variety of restaurants and bars open all day and into the night.

Santorini – Sifnos

Santorini is the most popular Greek destination and a worldwide famous island! Once you set your foot in Santorini, you’ll feel like entering a whole new world. A world where all the shades of red create unreal sunsets, Santorini caldera offers the most dramatic sea views you’ve ever seen and enormous cliffs are dotted with dreamy Cycladic whitewashed houses! Nothing will prepare you for the beauty you’ll face in Santorini. The enthralling sunset view in Oia Santorini, the minimal Cycladic architecture, the luxurious Santorini hotels, the delicious restaurants, the dramatic rocky landscape, and the Santorini volcano are just some of the reasons you’ll have a crush on this unique island!

Sifnos – Serifos

Sifnos is considered as the yummiest of the Greek islands, thanks to its flourishing culinary scene. Other than that, Sifnos has the typical Cycladic ambiance, including whitewashed houses and chapels, innumerable dovecotes, a breathtaking natural landscape and, of course, amazing beaches! The moment you’ll get off the ferry from Athens to Sifnos, you’ll feel like entering a whole new world! The island’s atmosphere is deeply calming, while the air is scented with almond and orange aromas that will seduce you. The tiny whitewashed villages, the cobblestone, embellished with colorful flowers, alleys, the luxurious Sifnos hotels, and the mesmerizing sandy Sifnos beaches ooze charm in abundance!

Serifos – Kythnos

Serifos island is a remote destination, yet to be discovered by the mass visitors, so it is perfect for laid back holidays in Greece, away from the hustle and the bustle! Both Chora Serifos and the island’s villages have been built according to the traditional Cycladic architecture, thus expect to see whitewashed houses, paved streets and traditional windmills galore! Having an 81 meters long coastline, Serifos boasts a big selection of beaches! Organized, or secluded, sandy or shingle, Serifos beaches are perfect to relax and enjoy your privacy away from their crowded Cycladic counterparts. Livadi beach and Livadakia beach are the most popular Serifos beaches! As for things to do in Serifos, sightseeing and trekking are the best activities.

Kythnos – Athens

Kythnos is a beautiful mountainous island that sits on the west part of the Cyclades island group. Boasting a wild natural landscape, an elegant architecture and a selection of stunning beaches, Kythnos island is arguably one of the most beautiful Greek islands. Thanks to its proximity to Athens, Kythnos is a popular destination for quick getaways from the Greek capital. The coastline of Kythnos is dotted with 99 in total stunning beaches, some organized and some unspoiled, but all suitable for swimming. As for Kythnos villages, they ooze a unique traditional charm! Chora Kythnos and Driopida stand out for their traditional architecture and their strollable narrow streets, while Loutra Kythnos and Merihas have the most tourist facilities and Kythnos hotels.