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Sailing Through Cyclades:
A Captivating 7-Day Charter Journey

Cruising the Enchanting Cyclades: Mykonos, Naxos, Koufonisia, Paros/Antiparos, Sifnos, Syros, Rinia, Delos – Embark on a Remarkable 7-Day Charter Journey

Embark on a remarkable 7-day charter journey through the enchanting Cyclades islands. Discover the captivating beauty and charm of Mykonos, with its vibrant nightlife and pristine beaches. Immerse yourself in the rich history and culture of Naxos, exploring its ancient ruins and picturesque villages. Indulge in the laid-back island vibes of Koufonisia, where turquoise waters and white sandy beaches await. Experience the idyllic paradise of Paros and Antiparos, with their stunning landscapes and charming traditional villages. Delight in the serenity of Sifnos, known for its picturesque, whitewashed houses and delectable cuisine. Explore the cultural gem of Syros, with its neoclassical architecture and vibrant atmosphere. Visit the uninhabited island of Rinia and the legendary archaeological site of Delos. Finally, return to Mykonos, where you can relax and relish in the memories of an unforgettable journey through the Cyclades.

At Greek Luxurist, we strive to provide an unparalleled travel experience that combines luxury, comfort, and personalized service. From the moment you embark on your journey through the Cyclades islands, our dedicated team is committed to ensuring your utmost satisfaction. Our expert guides will unveil the hidden treasures of each destination, offering unique insights into the local culture, history, and gastronomy. Indulge in luxurious accommodations, exquisite dining experiences, and seamless transportation throughout your trip. Whether you’re seeking relaxation, adventure, or cultural immersion, Greek Luxurist is dedicated to creating unforgettable memories and exceeding your expectations at every turn. Let us take care of every detail, allowing you to immerse yourself in the beauty and enchantment of the Cyclades islands with complete peace of mind.

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Day 1: Mykonos

Mykonos is a wonderful Cycladic island, worth visiting at any time of the year. However it is a must to enjoy the days of its summer glory, when it literally becomes an international village, when its community of believers make it a sight worth seeing, when one can experience the unique feeling that everything and everyone is in Mykonos. Surrounded by Tinos, Syros, Paros and Naxos, a small island stands out, globally renown as one of the most popular tourism centers of the Mediterranean.

DEFINITELY VISIT:
Village Ano Mera • Church Paraportiani • Museums in Chora • Traditional & unique feasts

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Day 2: Mykonos - Naxos

Naxos is the largest and most fertile island of the Cyclades. Its long history, the important monuments but also its vivid tourism life have put it in a special position among the other Cycladic islands. No matter how many days you spend in Naxos, there will always be something to discover, beaches you haven’t seen, towers and castles you haven’t visited yet, ancient temples whose secrets are yet unknown.

DEFINITELY VISIT:
Kastro at Chora • Portara • Kouroi • Halki village • Classical Temple of Demeter • Local festivities

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Day 3: Naxos - Koufonissia

The spirits in Koufonissia are always up. You will feel this in every greeting, in every feast, in every moment. It is beautiful, from the view, to the sea, to the underwater images. At lunch time, you’ll discover even more good reasons that make Koufonissia a unique destination!.

DEFINITELY VISIT:
Epano Mili • Chora • Agios Georgios • Chapel of Panagia • Xylopati • Plata Pounta

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Day 4: Koufonissia - Paros & Antiparos

Paros is so fascinating on so many levels that many people love it having seen only one of its faces. Don’t jump to conclusions about what you like, get to know the island first and find your “own” Paros, the face that suits you best. No doubt, though, it will charm you even if you see a different side from the one expected. The island of Paros is famous for its golden beaches, clear blue waters and nightlife.

Antiparos is an island mostly seen from the sea. Because it is impossible to resist the calling of the sea, a trip with a boat, surfing, the feeling you only get when floating in water. And once out of the water, Antiparos offers beautiful sights, warm people, flavours and feasts so you can enjoy the life you deserve.
DEFINITELY VISIT:
Parikia • Lefkes village • Dilion • Asklipiion • Valley of the Butterflies • Ancient Marble Quarries • Panagia Ekatontapyliani • Local festivities in Naousa, Alyki & Prodromos

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Day 5: Paros - Sifnos

Sifnos belongs to the West Cyclades and is situated in the middle of the triangle formed by
Serifos, Kimolos and Antiparos. Its pristine white settlements, blending superbly with the natural environment, its sandy beaches, picturesque churches and monasteries, its Venetian castle and ancient towers, and the wise cultivation of the land, its ceramics, hospitality and local feasts make up a superb, exciting and alluring setting for every traveller.


DEFINITELY VISIT:
Monastiri Chrysopigis • Artemonas village • Mycenaean Acropolis • Typically Cycladic settlements at Exambela, Katavati, Ano & Kato Petali.
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Day 6: Sifnos - Syros

This is the island where Greek tradition and western influence come to a harmonious marriage. Ermoúpoli (meaning “the city of Hermes”) is the island’s capital town and has been the first important trade and industrial centre of the country in the 19th century. Evidence of thisglorious past can be seen on public buildings (the City Hall, the Cus- toms Office, “Apollo” theatre), on the neoclassical houses and at the beautiful squares.

DEFINITELY VISIT:
Ano Syros • International Cyclades • Music Festival • Classical Music Festival
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Day 6: Syros - Rinia & Delos - Mykonos

Rhinia is one of the small islands immediately southwest of the island of Mykonos in the Cyclades archipelago. It is a hilly and fairly dry island where you can find a couple of beautiful sandy beaches. Rhinia is located next to the all-important archaeological island of Delos.

The channel between the two islandsis about 100 meters. It’s a UNESCO world heritage site. It’s an ark of history, floating lazily on the waters of the Aegean Sea, just a few miles away from cosmopolitan Mykonos. It’s a chance to walk around the revival of the glory of the Greek civilization. It’s the head priest of the Cyclades, the birthplace of the immortals. It’s Delos, where light was born!

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