Greece is one of the most popular destinations for yachting vacations and you are spoilt for choice in destinations: Saronic Gulf - Cyclades - Sporades - Dedecanissa - Ionian islands
Every destination offers unique scenery and experiences: golden quiet beaches, endless crystal blue waters, whitewashed traditional houses, great traditional tavernas, night clubs, sightseeing, unforgettable sun sets and much more.
The Saronic Gulf has a wide variety of islands from traditional to cosmopolitan. The islands have clear blue waters, attractive coast, sandy or pebbled beaches and beautiful green forests. There is great history in the islands, giving plenty to keep you interested.
The Cyclades islands offer abundant beauty and adventurous sailing holidays. The area is renowned for its clear water, sandy beaches, rocky isles, white traditional houses and strong winds. Cyclades islands require moderate to advanced sailing competence and skills.
The Sporades islands placed in the Northwest side of the Aegean Sea offers much beauty and an incredible number of wonderful beaches.
The Dodecanese islands located at the Southeastern end of Greece are the warmest Greek sailing destination - good to visit even in early April or late October and November. The prevailing winds are blowing from NW and they are less strong than in the open Aegean Sea. The character of the islands is influenced from the Venetians and athe Knights of St John and the middle Ages, though visually and culturally the Dodecanese remains purely Greek.
The Ionian islands with a mild climate, have more vegetation, more flat seas and less strong winds than any other regions in Greece. The area is the favourite one for families.