Sailing in Greece is an unparalleled experience, where azure waters, ancient history, and island-hopping adventures converge. Greece's enchanting coastline, studded with thousands of islands, provides the perfect playground for sailors. From the bustling nightlife of the Cyclades to the lush tranquillity of the Ionian Islands, every sail promises breathtaking vistas, crystal-clear seas, and opportunities to explore ancient ruins and charming villages.

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With a Mediterranean climate, predictable winds, and a rich maritime culture, Greece beckons both seasoned sailors and novices to embark on unforgettable voyages, indulging in fresh Mediterranean cuisine, snorkelling in secluded coves, and relishing the allure of this timeless maritime paradise.

Argosaronic

The Peloponnese’s east shoreline and the islands dotting the Argolic & Saronic Gulf waters are popular tourist destinations near Athens. Aegina, Agistri, Poros, Hydra, and Spetses can offer their visitors memorable experiences that include views of beautiful land & seascapes, impressive archaeological sites, museums, stately homes, picturesque villages and wonderful beaches.

The Saronic route is highly recommended for easy sailing, especially in July and August avoiding the strong winds blowing down in the Cyclades known as “Meltemi”.

Argosaronic
Cyclades

Cyclades

The Cyclades Islands is the most popular island complex in Greece. This group of islands consists of 21 bigger islands and 20 smaller ones. This route is recommended especially for the periods when there are no north strong winds from Meltemi.

All these Greek islands provide amazing holiday destinations for romantic couples, groups of friends or families. Santorini and Mykonos are the most popular islands of Cyclades Greece and the top destinations in Greece generally. Other famous islands include Kithnos, Serifos, Paros, Naxos, Ios and Sifnos. The rest of the islands are less popular but equally beautiful. This island group is famous for its spectacular beaches and unique architecture, with whitewashed houses with blue windows, and windmills.

Ionian

Sailing in the Ionian Sea, off the western coast of Greece, is a blissful experience marked by azure waters, gentle breezes, and a treasure trove of picturesque islands.

With its idyllic conditions and a cluster of charming destinations like Corfu, Kefalonia, and Zakynthos, the Ionian offers sailors a perfect blend of relaxed cruising and vibrant Greek culture. Explore hidden coves, historic towns, and lively harbours while indulging in delicious Mediterranean cuisine and soaking in the sun-drenched beauty of this enchanting region.

Ionian
Dodecanese

Dodecanese

The Dodecanese Islands, scattered in the southeastern Aegean Sea, provide a captivating blend of ancient history and natural beauty. From the medieval streets of Rhodes to the unspoiled landscapes of Patmos, the Dodecanese is a diverse and captivating sailing destination. With its mix of well-developed marinas and remote anchorages, this region offers something for every sailor's taste.

Sporades

Nestled in the northwest Aegean Sea, the Sporades Islands are a hidden gem waiting to be discovered by avid sailors. With their dense pine forests, pristine beaches, and clear azure waters, the Sporades offer a tranquil and unspoiled sailing experience. Skiathos, Skopelos, and Alonissos are among the main islands in this enchanting island group.
Sporades
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