Greece is a country of immense beauty,
thus any kind of destination selection is a pleasant headache. However,
our vast experience in seafaring has handpicked some amazing locations. Take a look!
It is a suitable destination for summer vacations and short day trips.
Porto Heli not only stands out for its beautiful harbor, but also for its nightlife,
as many bars and clubs reside in the area.
This seaside settlement of the Peloponnese, with its beautiful lacy beaches,
has come to life thanks to the performances of the ancient theater. Dozens of boats are moored every summer at its pier.
It is a picturesque peninsula on the edge of Argolis, a very touristy destination
that has nothing to envy from the rest of the Argosaronic islands.
The Methana Peninsula is located in the northeast part of the Peloponnese.
The peninsula is famous for its baths and the volcano in the village of Kameni Chora.
There are about 30 volcanic structures on the peninsula and the last volcanic activity took place underwater in 1700,
in the north section of Methana.
Kythnos is an island with countless bays and beaches with crystal clear waters.
You will discover many of the most beautiful beaches of the Cyclades.
Hydra and Spetses are 2 of the most picturesque islands in Greece. Both played an
important role during the Greek Revolution against the Ottomans.
Nowadays many tourists from all over the world visit these islands,
which still retain their traditional architecture.
Fleves are two beautiful little islands right in front of the Kavouri peninsula. On the south coast there are bays
protected by almost all weather conditions. The area around the islets is a well-known fishermans area.
Kea, also known as Tzia, is a beautiful island and the closest to Attica from the Cycladic islands.
Kea can be found in just a few minutes and so it is an ideal destination even for day trips from Athens.
Poros, the small Bosporus of the Argosaronic Gulf.
Poros has something of Venice: Canal, boat-house communication, fun, lust, sensual temptation,
a place for fun and distinguished international lovers ....
Aegina is located in the center of the Saronic Gulf, surrounded by Angistri,
Methana, Trizina, Poros and Piraeus and has a total area of 82.63 square kilometers classifying it as
the second largest island of the Argosaronic Gulf. It's coastline is 57 km.
Agistri is located just 55 minutes from Piraeus and is probably the best choice for anyone who wants
to have vacations near Athens.
It is a small paradise of the Argosaronic, drowned in green, with the pines touching the blue waters.