Special tours - Cruises
Depending upon your operation and the healing process you may be able to take advantage of our free one day tour of Athens or island excursion to Aigina, Spetses, Poros and Hydra or even the cosmopolitan Mykonos and Santorini during the spring-summer period.
Athens known as the classical, marble-pillared cradle of Western civilization. Apart from the most important sights, such as the Acropolis, Propylaia, Temple of Athena, Parthenon, Temple of Zeus and others, we recommend you visit Kolonaki square, home to ambassadors, models and the fabulous designer boutiques that cater for them. This is the prime spot for shopping and glamorous café places. Rising above it all is Lykavitos Hill, topped by a famous outdoor theatre, and gorgeous cafés and restaurants with a view to die for.
The islands of Aigina, Poros, Spetses and Hydra are set like a series of stepping stones leading from Athens through the Saronic Gulf and into Argolic Gulf. All are within range of day trips by boat or hydrofoil from Pireas, the port of Athens. Should you have enough time at the beginning of your trip, and feel up to it after your procedure a brief jaunt to one these islands is a fine way to pass the time.
Alternatively, you may decide to visit Mykonos, a seductively beautiful warren of whitewashed, plant-bedecked houses with blue-painted doors and shutters, Mykonos town set on a wide bay in the west of the island and hemmed in by hills, is a sight all by itself. Mykonos is best for art, archaeology, beaches, nightlife and sophistication, according to the Sunday Times Travel section.
Santorini is the most extraordinary island in the Aegean Sea. One of the best-known of the Cyclades, differs from the other islands in the group thanks to its geological morphology, the result of action by a volcano now dormant. The beauty of Santorini must depend on light and line. It has rightly been called the black pearl of the Aegean Sea. A sunset in Santorini is among the most exciting experiences Aegean Sea can provide. Best for art, archaeology, scenery and night life according to the Sunday Times Travel section.
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