Sailing Holidays

Suggested sailing itinerary from Paros

DAY 1 : Embark at Paroika, the main harbour on Paros.
DAY 2 : Folegrandos (30nm) is an enchanting little island in the Cyclades, with an authentic character and spectacular landscape. The main harbour of Karavostasi is a traditional Greek fishing harbour. 
DAY 3 : Santorini (21nm) (also called Thira) was the site of one of the largest volcanic eruptions in the world and what remains today is a submerged volcano and a caldera. Moor in the new marina and visit the stunning town of Thira overlooking the volcano crater to enjoy the sunset and local wine.
DAY 4 : Ios (15nm) is a "party island" famed for its nightlife but the harbour front is not noisy - most of the action is in the town, a steep walk up the hill. Apart from fun, the island has many beautiful beaches and peaceful anchorages. 
DAY 5 : Naxos (40m) is the largest of the Cyclades islands with many sandy beaches. Naxos Town is the capital and main harbour and has a lovely waterfront with elegant Venetian architecture. 
DAY 6 : Naoussa, Paros (28nm). Paros is one of the most popular islands with lovely sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, traditional villages with whitewashed houses in narrow paved alleys contrasted with the many colourful bougainvilleas. Naoussa is a lovely anchorage with a cosmopolitan town and plenty of tavernas.
DAY 7 : Return to Paroika (6nm).


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"Your organisation on the booking side was first class and everything went without a hitch. On the sailing side everybody at Odysseus was great and the boat was in good order too. Our flotilla leaders were really super, first rate, nothing was to much trouble and they had everything at all ports of call sorted out. So all in all a great holiday and yes we would do it all again."
Ionian Flotilla in Greece 2014 - C.W.


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