Pagasitikos Gulf

WHY TO GO: The cruise of Pagasitic Gulf alongshore the Mount Pelion peninsula is relaxing and inspiring. The bizarre coastline with colourful villages surrounded by evergreen olive groves – this is the essence of Mediterranean Greece. If we are lucky, the dolphins will accompany our ship on its way from the port of Kala Nera.

WHAT TO SEE: You will visit a small village of Milina with beautiful beach and numerous cafés, admire the islet of Prasuda with an adorable small Byzantine church and take pictures of 40 metres long Shark Cave. After that, we take a long break on the secluded Tzasteni beach where you can swim and dive and sunbath until it is time to board again and sail to the tiny island of Old Trikeri. There you can enjoy a tasty Greek lunch in the miniature port Agios Ioannis and visit the local monastery housing a miracle-working icon.


WHY TO GO: Do you like warm sea, sandy beaches, and the colour blue? Then this cruise is a must for you! The smallest inhabited island of the Sporades archipelago will let you experience the unique atmosphere of Greek islands.

WHAT TO SEE: Captain Kostas and his merry crew will take you to Chora – the island's vivid capital. You can enjoy a walk in its narrow streets, try delicious Greek dishes in one of its many taverns or climb up to the St. Nicholas church and admire the picturesque town from above. From Chora, you will sail to one of the most beautiful beaches of the Aegean Sea called Koukounaries, famous for its fine golden sand and surrounded by fragrant pine forest. On the way back, the captain will do everything to make sure that you are not leaving his ship without the advanced knowledge of the original Zorbas dance.