Explore the inaccessible beaches of the Aegean Sea by renting a boat
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Explore the inaccessible beaches of the Aegean Sea by renting a boat

Aegina ● Astypalaia ● Athens ● Dodecanese ● Greece ● Hydra ● Kalymnos ● Kastellorizo ● Kea ● Kythnos ● Leros ● Mykonos ● Nisyros ● Paros ● Poros ● Rhodes ● Serifos ● Spetses ● Symi ● Syros ● Turkey ● 31 October 2016
 

Explore the inaccessible beaches of the Aegean Sea by renting a boat

Are you searching for a real adventure by exploring the stunning beaches and idyllic islands of Greece away from the crowds? Do you want to discover untouched beaches and customise your dream holidays? Island-hopping in Greece is an easy experience because the distance between the islands is very short. Furthermore, many beaches on the islands, especially in the Aegean Sea, are accessible only by boat. Under these circumstances, you should consider the possibility of renting a boat, which can offer you unforgettable moments under the Greek sun, near crystal waters.

Starting from Athens, you can spend a week exploring the Cyclades islands by customising your itinerary to your own preferences. You will glide over the waves along the Athens Riviera, and then you can visit two islands, which are located very close to Athens, Kythnos and Kea. Both have astonishing beaches, which you can enjoy with your yacht, sailing boat or your rib before you eat a perfect meal in one of their traditional villages. Your next stop can be Serifos, a rocky island with a distinct Cycladic atmosphere. Embraced by deep blue waters all around, Serifos has some magnificent beaches to offer, and many of them are accessible only by boat. After this relaxing island, you can visit Mykonos, Syros and Paros, which are nearby and offer you perfect opportunities for partying.

Another island-hopping trip is in the island complex of the Argosaronic Gulf. Aegina, Poros, Hydra and Spetses, with their romantic atmosphere, unique architecture and natural beauty, are small paradises in close proximity to Athens. Consequently, you can explore them by renting a boat for a weekend. If you want to have a more exotic trip, you can explore the Dodecanese islands, which are located in the south-eastern Aegean Sea, near the coast of Turkey. You can start your journey from Rhodes, and then visit other beautiful islands that will charm you, like Symi, Leros, Kalymnos, Astypalaia, Nisyros and Kastellorizo.

The price for 8 persons for trips like these starts from 200€, but it includes all travel and accommodation costs, as well as the payment of the skipper. You should only find good friends, lovers of the adventure, and begin your unforgettable vacations with a true spirit of an explorer. Maybe the holidays on a boat are not as relaxing as lying on the beach without doing anything, but one thing is for sure: only by boat, you can see places and beaches that for other tourists are unknown words.

Where to Stay

Studio & Appartment in Sitia, Greece Minos Apartments & Studios
Minos Apartments & Studios
Petras, 72300 Sitia, Greece

Minos Apartments & Studios is located in Petras, Sitia, just a minute's walk from the beach. Sitia Port is 2.6 km away and Sitia Public Airport is 5.7 km away.

Studio & Appartment in Andros, Greece Amorani Studios
Amorani Studios
Batsi, 84503 Andros, Greece

Amorani Studios is located in the village of Batsi, the most popular tourist destination of the island. It is only an 8-minute walk from the beach. Andros Port is a 15-minute drive away while Andros Town is a 35-minute drive away.

Pansion in Patmos, Greece Pansion Katerina
Pansion Katerina
Skala, 85500 Patmos, Greece

Pansion Katerina is located in Skala, Patmos, just a few-minutes' walk from the beach. Patmos Port is a 10-minute walk away from the property. Patmos Chora is 4.5 km away.


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