Sailing Holidays

Suggested sailing itinerary from Lavrion

DAY 1 : Embark at Lavrion. Sail to Sounion Point (10nm). The photogenic temple ruins are worth a visit.
DAY 2 : Kithnos (35nm) island charms visitors with its authentic atmosphere. The island is barren and rocky and the rugged coastline has numerous coves and beaches. Anchor in Ormos Kolona (Sand Bar Bay) or moor in Merikha, the main harbour.
DAY 3 : Sifnos (25nm) is a verdant island, full of olive trees, with traditional whitewashed houses, blue sea and bright red bougainvillea. Choose between Kamares, the main harbour or Faros, an attractive bay in the south-east.
DAY 4 : Paros (28nm) is one of the most popular Greek islands due to its sandy beaches, traditional villages with narrow paved alleys and plenty of tavernas. The main harbour is Parikia but Naoussa is also a lovely anchorage with a picture-postcard town. 
DAY 5 : Serifos (32nm) has remained its traditional character with an unspoilt coastline and beautiful beaches. Moor in Lavadhi harbour or anchor in Ormos Koutala to the south.
DAY 6 : Kea (27nm) lies to the south of Lavrion and is famed for its important archaeological sites, locations of unique natural beauty, wonderful beaches and picturesque villages. Ayios Nikolas offers a choice of anchorages within the bay.
DAY 7 : Return to Lavrion (16nm).

 

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"We had a fabulous week on our boat in France. The boat was fantastic, a brand new Leopard 40 Catamaran, loved the new layout. We enjoyed the South of France from the sea..some great towns to stop in, plus some fantastic bays. It far exceeded our expectation of a sailing in South of France."
St Raphael, France 2016 - J.J.

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