7 Destinations – 5 Greek islands and Turkey
Leaving on Mondays from Piraeus and visiting:
Mykonos, Kusadasi (Turkey), Patmos, Rhodes, Heraklion (Crete), Santorini and returning to Athens (Piraeus)
- Breakfast, Lunch & DinnerVegeterian Meals included
- Drink Package Unlimited Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic
- Check daily schedule on board
- 2 Excursions
- Port & Service Charges
- Gratuities Included
Volcanic Milos shows off classic Cycladic beauty: the pretty whitewashed capital, Plaka, spilling over a hilltop, the coastline fringed with wind- and sea-sculpted rock formations, soft sandy beaches and aquamarine coves.
Bask on the flat rocks of stunning Sarakiniko Beach or explore 2,000-year-old catacombs.
Sprinkled like sugar over sheer, black volcanic cliffs, Santorini’s whitewashed capital, Fira, is a sight to behold. Wander the narrow streets or venture along the clifftop to pretty Oia for that iconic shot of the bluedomed church.
Your ship will spend the evening in port, so take a ringside seat in a clifftop bar to watch the fiery sunset.
A cosmopolitan paradise that attracts more than its fair share of beautiful people, Mykonos Town is the archetypal image of the Cyclades, with immaculate whitewashed houses, windmills and winding alleys.
Explore the sandy beaches, wander through the ancient temples on neighboring Delos and venture out on your overnight stay to enjoy the legendary nightlife.
A visit to the old city of Rhodes is like stepping back to the time of the Crusades as you stroll the polished cobblestones of the Street of the Knights and explore the medieval Palace of the Grand Masters.
Or join an excursion to the acropolis of Lindos, perched high on a hilltop overlooking the sparkling Bay of St Paul.
The busy capital of Crete is a former Venetian harbor with a history dating back even further, to the time of the Minoans. Visit Knossos, once home to Europe’s oldest civilization and the setting of the legend of Theseus and the Minotaur and delve further into the artand creativity of the Minoans at the city’s extraordinary Archaeological Museum.
Many believe the exiled Saint John the Evangelist wrote the Book of Revelation in a mountainside grotto on thisbeautiful island, which is fringed with pebbly beaches and limpid bays.
Visit the hilltop monastery founded in his honor in 1088, but don’t miss the chic little port town of Skala, packed with stylish shops and cafés.
Enjoy your drink at Thalassa and Horizons bar and watch the Aegean Sea shimmer before your eyes. Celestyal Olympia includes lounges, bars, restaurants, a fully equipped gym, a library, a children’s playground, and an array of shops selling traditional Greek products and tax-free goods.