|Sun- Aug 25
||Milos, Greece (Will include a Beach stop)
|Tue -Aug 27
|Wed- Aug 28
|Thu – Aug 29
|Thu -Aug 29
|Fri – Aug 30
|Sat- Aug 31
- Athens, Greece – Saturday, August 24, 2019
Step back in time and walk upon the same steps as the ancient gods. The magnificent Acropolis, visible from almost every part of the city, reminds Greeks daily of their heritage and the city’s many transformations. Cultural and social life plays out amid, around and in ancient landmarks where philosophers and heroes battled wit and brawn. Go and explore the stunning new Acropolis Museum, enjoy a beer at a local taverna or dance the night away in the hip Gazi district.
- Milos, Greece – Sunday, August 25, 2019
Milos is the untouched Greek Island of your dreams. The island has a mythological landscape, uncrowded tavern-lined port towns, and the bluest water in the Cyclades. The island’s coastline is stunning, with more than 75 small and big beaches of crystal, blue caves and sparkling seas. It’s no wonder that Milos is beginning to get attention from celebrities and adventurers looking for an untouched Greek Island. We’ll include a beach stop in Milos
- Santorini, Greece – Monday, August 26, 2019
As our ship approaches the spectacular cliffs rising from the deep azure sea, you’ll understand the magic of this area, where some say the ruins of Atlantis remain hidden. With multicolored cliffs soaring above a sea-drowned caldera, Santorini looks like a giant slab of layer cake. Visit the village of Oia with white Cycladic houses lining the cliff tops and watch the sun cast a golden glow on iconic Santorini blue domes. Take a guided tour of Bronze Age excavations at the UNESCO site of Akrotiri, enjoy a excursion to the volcano in the middle of the Caldera, or relax on Santorini’s red sand beach.
- Bodrum, Turkey – Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Once a tiny fishing port, you’ll see why Bodrum has become a vacation paradise; perfect climate, natural beauty, magnificent history and a bustling nightlife. More than any other Turkish seaside getaway, it has an enigmatic elegance that pervades it, from the town’s crowning castle and glittering marina to its flower-filled cafes and white-plastered backstreets. Bodrum is also the site of the ancient city of Halicarnassus, the location of the famous Mausoleum, which was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
- Mykonos, Greece – Wednesday, August 28, 2019
The gayest island in Greece, Mykonos gleams with Mediterranean charm. In addition to world-renowned gay beaches, seaside cafes and nightlife, this classic Greek isle is dotted with hundreds of whitewashed churches and thatch-roofed windmills in a harbor bobbing with fishing boats and luxurious private yachts. You’re also just a short ferry ride away from the tiny island of Delos, a UNESCO site and the mythical birthplace of Apollo.
- Sifnos, Greece – Thursday, August 29, 2019
Sifnos has a dreamlike quality. Three whitewashed villages, anchored by the capital Apollonia, sit like pearls on a string along the crest of the island. The changing light kisses the landscape, and as you explore the flanking slopes of the central mountains you’ll discover abundant terraced olive groves, almond trees, oleander and aromatic herbs. Each of the island’s bays harbours a spectrum of aqua waters and offers breathtaking vistas. Sifnos has gained a reputation as the most “delicious” of the Greek Islands, with foodies coming from around the world to experience it’s unique cuisine.
- Spetses, Greece – Friday, August 30, 2019
This lovely Greek island of the Saronic Gulf has always had an air of quiet carefree glamour. It’s long been a popular playground for rich Greeks and the yacht crowd. The lively, historic old town is the only village on the island; the rest, ringed by a simple road, is rolling hills, pine forests and crystal-clear coves. Explore the little alleys and look out for charming black and white pebble mosaics. Touring the island by bicycle is a great way to experience the lush nature.
- Athens, Greece – Saturday, August 31, 2019
Enjoy Athens or any other area in Europe!