Day 1 - 4 From Mykonos to Paros
Paros is one of the most picturesque islands of the Cyclades thanks to its architecture, the shapes of its buildings and the unique traditional style that is harmoniously linked to the neoclassical influences. Concerning history, the Archaeological Museum of Paros is located to Parikia. The museum boasts significant archaeological finds that come from excavations conducted on the island and on the nearby Saliagos.
Paros is full of beautiful beaches, each with its own specific characteristics: Livadia, Logaras, Mikro Piperi, Santa Maria, Megalo Piperi, Pounda, Piso Livadiand Krios.
One of the most popular beach is Monastiri, which every year attracts many visitors due to its crystal clear water, the beach cafes and the opportunity to enjoy water sports.
Day 4 - 5 Paros - Iraklia
We'll discover places where older people do not speak foreign languages and where it will seem that the time has stopped when the comforts of modern life did not exist and the benefit of the true and authentic flavor of life was the most important thing. Luxury, glitz and glamor do not belong to these places, that are now also chosen by young people who want to discover their origins. Iraklia belongs to the archipelago of the Small Cyclades, a group of four islands located southeast of Naxos and northwest of Amorgos. Small Cyclades are a real treasure not yet discovered. They offer to their guests the old Greece, characterized by few services, crystal clear water andbeautiful beaches. We will live together the authentic Greece
Day 6 - 7 Iraklia - Koufonisia
After breakfast we will set sail to Koufonisia. Whether the sea will be flat we will stop in the coves in order to swim. After that we will moor in Koufonisia, one of the last uncontaminated paradise of Greece.The afternoon will be devoted to visiting many rocky clefts, swimming and fishing.
Day 8 - 10 Koufonisia - Donoussa
If weather conditions permit, our journey continues towards Donoussa, an island of the Small Cyclades surrounded by cliffs and islets and popular for its quiet moorings and its beaches. Donoussa is a little and welcoming town surrounded by clear and trasparent waters perfect for swimming and relaxing.
Day 11 - 13 Donoussa - Amorgos
In the morning after swimming and breakfast, we will set sail to Amorgos. We will have lunch on board close to a little church placed on the water. We will employ almost half an hour to reach and anchor to the small port of Katapola. The wait, however, will be rewarded by an unmissable tour of the island where we will visit the famous Byzantine monastery of Panaghia Chozoviotissa which was completely dug in the rock. Our sightseeing will continues to Chora, built close to a Venetian castle. Then we will arrive to the north part of the island where there's the picturesque Egiali, made by three little towns and popular for its sandy beaches.During the low season, when the temperature is moderate, there's the possibility to walk along the tracks overlooking the sea. There you can enjoy of the natural landscapes characterized by an incredible beauty.
Day 13 - 15 From Amorgos to Bodrum, the last stage
The last stage of our journey of Odysseus, more than 1,200 miles in the history of the Mediterranean, a journey inspired by Ulysses, the mythological hero.We will arrive to Bodrum in Turkey, the land of the departure of the first and original journey of Odysseus from the legendary Troy which, in fact, is placed a few miles from Bodrum.