Itinerary Saronic Golf 7 Days

Saronic Golf 7 Days

Celebrities and cosmopolitans have certainly passed by the famous Hydra and Spetses islands. Their quality-distance combination make them all ideal for short excursions and extended weekend breaks, just an hours’ reach from the Athens capital. Their natural scenery, picturesque villages and beaches, ancient monuments, architecture and history, are the perfect escape from the disturbing and congested metropolis

Day 1

Athens to Poros

A small islet separated from the Peloponnese by a narrow channel. Picturesque and attractive, the town is built on rocky slopes covered with pine trees and attracts yachting friends all year. Sights: Temple of Poseidon, Lemon Forest.

Day 2

Poros to Spetses

A green island with pine trees and a beautiful old harbor with neo-classic mansions.

Day 3

Spetses to Monemvasia

A Byzantine area of Greece connected to Peloponneso by a strip of land, with remains of a fortress wall and numerous Byzantine churches, it is a must for visitors who love history

Day 4

Monemvasia to Nafplion

The ex-capitol of Greece, divided into new and old town, marked by Roman, Byzantine and Venetian civilization. Sights: Three castles from each civilization.

Day 5

Nafplion to Hydra

A mountainous island close to Athens that attracts visitors all year round. Popular worldwide for the historical town, which is built amphitheatrically around the picturesque port, it is a favorite resort of the rich and famous. The absence of vehicles makes Hydra peaceful during the day, however, the crowds fill the many tavernas and clubs during the evenings

Day 6

Hydra to Aegina

A favorite yachtsmen’s island near by Athens with a busy all year town. The fish and fruit market close to the port remind one of bazaar. Sights: The remains of the Temple of Aphrodite

Day 7

Aegina to Athens

After disembarkation find time to visit Acropolis and the Museum of Acropolis and enjoy a beautiful dinner in Plaka.

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