Including Cefalonia, Ithaca, Zakinthos, Lefkada, Meganissi and hundreds of other anchorages and smaller islands as you head south towards the Corinth Canal. A beautiful area with multiple quiet anchorages and fishing harbours and ideal for families or nervous sailors.
Starting with Corfu and the Faraway Islands in the north and including Paxos, Antipaxos, Lefkada, Hydra, Sivota Mourtos and others. These islands offer the fine dining restaurant choices of the Ionian with short sailing distances and beautiful bays to visit.
Located in the southeastern Aegean Sea off the coast of Turkey with a number of uninhabited islands, this sailing area also includes Kalymnos, famous for climbing and the more bustling islands of Rhodes, Kos and Patmos.
The Saronic is closest to Athens but often not visited as much as other areas. Recharge in the forests of Poros, deserted coves near Aegina, Poros and Agistri and enjoy the nearby cultural and heritage must see sites on route such as the Temple of Afea or Temple of Poseidon.
The popular area of Greece known for its traditional white and blue towns, boutiques, ancient sites and beautiful beaches. The area includes Naxos, Santorini, Ios, Syros and more. Sailing can be windy - this area is more suited to larger boats or for people looking for a balance with more time to explore ashore.
Located to the North of Athens, this group of less visited islands includes Skopelos, Skyros and Skiathos. Only four islands are permanently inhabited in this area. An ideal place for winding down without many people. The area has multiple small anchorages and is in close proximity to international airports.
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