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Traditional Mykonian Farm Experience from Mykonos

The adventure starts at 17:00 from your hotel or your desired pick-up location, you will be driven to our traditional farm. We will drive across the center of the island that unites the city (Hora) of Mykonos with the homonym village of Ano Mera, a distance of 7 kilometers. Once we arrive at the village we will pass through the picturesque square, and visit the monastery of Panagia Tourliani, where we will stay for approx. 15 minutes. We then continue by walking only 400 meters to the Mykonian Farm where we will be greeted by the Farm’s superintendent who will guide us through the territory, recounting the history of the places while showing us how the organic and the animal farming operates.Later, while sitting and relaxing on a traditional stone built couch sipping raki we will learn the history of the island’s farming, its livestock and its crops. During the storytelling of the Mykonian Traditional farming habits, you will enjoy a farmer’s snack consisting of bread, tomatoes, kopanisti, cucumbers and poor man’s black olives, accompanied by the traditional raki.At approx. 18:40 the (optional) farming tasks will begin, which include: • Cleaning of the garden/picking of the weeds • Trimming of the garden and vineyard • Cleaning, watering and feeding of the animals • Picking of eggs • Cutting and savoring products from the vegetable garden • Free time to play / caress the animals or take pictures with them The superintendent will provide you with the right tools for the tasks and instruct you as you go along. Those clients who don’t want to get involved with farming tasks can have more free time at their leisure.Shortly before 20:00, we will take the way back to the hotel. More specifically the programme:17:00   Pick-up from the hotel or port17:30   Arrival at Ano Mera and the Monastery and a visit for approx. 15’17:45-17:50     Arrival at the farm17:50   Welcoming from the farm’s superintendent and tour of the farm18:20   Treat and snack in the sitting area.18:40   Optional farm tasks and/or free time20:00   Departure for the hotel

$1271.13 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours

8-Day Sail Greece: Mykonos to Santorini

Day1: Mykonos / Your adventure begins with a welcome meeting at 4 pm. The first port of call is the local supermarket to buy supplies for your trip as a group. Before and after the meeting, perhaps head out to enjoy Mykonos and unwind on one of the island’s sandy beaches. Navigate the town's narrow streets, visit the Church of Panagia Paraportiani or browse chic galleries, restaurants and boutiques. In the evening, perhaps wander down to Little Venice to enjoy a cocktail by the water at sunset. You'll spend tonight aboard the boat. Your skipper will collect the trip kitty of EUR100 at the pre-departure meeting today. DAY2-7: Sailing the Greek Islands Naxos / This morning we head for the Bay of Gaidharos for breakfast and a swim, before making our way across the glistening water to Naxos. Discover the beautiful beaches, fragrant olive groves and charming villages of Hora, the capital of Naxos. As the largest Cycladic island, Naxos also has one of the most colourful mythological histories.  Small Cyclades / It's time to feel the wind in our hair once again as we sail along the coast of Naxos. After around 5 hours we drop anchor in the Small Cyclades. While all the islands harboured communities in ancient times, the middle ages saw this reduced to just pirates and goats.  Amorgos / Next is a brief sail (approximately 3 hours) to the rugged, mountainous island of Amorgos – known to the world as the stunning location of Luc Besson's film, 'The Big Blue'. Katapola, the island's main port, boasts classic Cycladic architecture with windmills and an old Venetian castle. The waterfront is an excellent place to relax in restaurants, cafes and bars.  Ios / Continue to Ios, an island inhabited since early Cycladic times, proudly claiming to be the burial place of epic Greek poet Homer. Ios has managed to retain some allure from the abundance of beaches and preservation of its classic cube houses packed around the laneways of Hora. A short walk from the harbour, Hora's shops, restaurants, nightclubs, bars and cafes all come alive in the evenings.  Santorini / Formed by a huge volcanic explosion, Santorini is instantly recognisable with its blue and white buildings, fascinating ruins and stunning natural beauty. After making our entrance by sailing through the remarkable caldera, all the hubbub of this beautiful island is there for the taking. The exuberant capital of Fira, perched on the edge of the caldera, has an exciting range of restaurants, shops and bars. DAY8: Santorini / Your adventure comes to an end today. You can depart the boat at 8 am or earlier. We recommend booking an extra night's accommodation to see all the sights of Santorini.

$80.84 Cultural & Theme Tours

Day Cruise Patmos Monastery The Holy Island from Samos

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Chora Patmos, Patmos, Dodecanese, South AegeanPatmos a significant connection with the Byzantine Period and whose Christianity has still strongly preserved the Byzantine presence by the monastery and churches. Here, in a cave, St. John wrote the masterpiece of “Apocalypse” one of the most magnificent texts of world literature.The harbor town of Skala is dominated by the mighty monastery of the ‘Theologian’, built in the 11th cent., with its priceless religious relics, rare manuscripts, icons, jewelry, embroidery and its wealthy library constituted it as one of the richest monasteries within Christianity. The narrow lanes with the typical white painted houses, the innumerable taverns and the medieval town of Hora with splendid architectural patterns, the people’s lifestyle and hospitality all this creates for you an unforgettable stay on Patmos.• Departure 8:30am from Pythagorion Port – Samos• Arrival 11:00am at Patmos Port• Bus pickup at 11:15am for the tour to St. John’s Grotto• 12:30am tour to the Monastery of St. John in the Chora of Patmos• Free time to leisure in Chora before departure• Departure 16:00pm from Patmos Port• Arrival 18:30pm at Pythagorion Port – SamosDuration: 3 hours

$85.46 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours

Patmos from Samos

Let yourself be impressed by the ascetic, almost unapproachable face of the island, which seems to consist only of rock, jagged lava rock and deeply cut bays. Patmos still retains his Byzantine past as a former refuge for Christian monks.History is particularly evident in the grotto that has become the cult, in which the Evangelist John had his vision of the world court. In the Apocalypse, one of the greatest texts of world literature, John wrote down his vision.Visit the port of Skala and be impressed by the mighty St. John's Monastery, from the 11th century. The monastery museum shows valuable icons, golden jewelery, old measuring vestments, as well as hand-written bibles and writings. Both cultural lovers and nature lovers will be delighted by the island!Either way, the whole island of Patmos is picturesque with its unique style of houses, wonderful beaches and the attractive traditional village of Hora.

$65.83 Food, Wine & Nightlife

From Ios to Sikinos Island & Winery Tour

After a short boat transportation, your guide will meet you at the port of Sikinos to assist you with instruction of your tour. The bus will also meet you at the port and once you are settled you will start with a visit to the "Hora" of Sikinos.The settlement of Hora is the capital of Sikinos located on the southeast side of the island. Concidered as one of the most authentic villages of the Aegean. There you will visit the Church of Panagia Pantanassa which is the cathedral of the island, located at the central square of Hora.Inside the church one can admire the girded wood carved iconostasis and the beautiful icons that belong to the Cretan school. Kastro is the fortified settlement of the main village that was built on the edge of a high cliff which is called Paraporti. Here you will also visit the Folklore Museum which is housed in an old olive oil press. The museum exhibits a private collection of old agricultural objects, household utensils and traditional media for the processing of olive oil.The Monastery of Zoodohos Pigi stands on the edge of a cliff on the southwest side of Hora. It is a Female Monastery that was built in 1690 , as evidenced from the fortified architecture, the battlements and the murder holes. The Monastery stays open in public and here one can enjoy the panoramic views of the surrounding areas.On the way you will stop on a traditional coffee shop to rest. Then you will visit the Temple of Episcopi which is the most important monument of Sikinos located on the southwest side of Hora. The temple was constructed on the 3rd century AD as a Roman burial monument, becoming the temple of Apollo Pythius and finally converted into an Orthodox Christian Church dedicated to the Dormition of Virgin Mary. The temple of Episcopi is surrounded from a complex of a byzantine chapels, ancient ruins, wall stones and fragments of marble sculptures. To get to the Temple there is a one hour hiking trail.Last you will visit the Manali’s Winery organic vineyard to learn about the process of wine making, the sovinos, the island grape and the Sikinos terroir. Enjoy a wine tasting with sea views, on the atmospheric terrace of the winery. Optional, you can enjoy a plateau of Cycladic cheese and traditional delicacies with a glass of your favorite wine overlooking the Cycladic islands of Folegandros, mill, kimolos, poligos, dothrotikos, Antiparos.At the end of the bus tour you will be tranfered back the the port to meet your speed boat captain and return to Ios at 17:30 in the afternoon.


Sailing Greece - Athens to Kos

A yacht adventure is the ideal way to experience what many consider the world's most beautiful islands: the Greek Islands. Sail for up to 22 days aboard our 15m (50 ft) yachts, with time for hiking, snorkelling, and relaxing. Explore ancient archaeological sites and taverna-lined harbours, dine on fresh seafood and don't forget to try the Ouzo!