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OVERVIEW | Diamonds & Pearls
Cruise Dates: 02–09 SEPT
Starting in the Ionian Sea, this exceptional voyage calls at Greek islands and mainland destinations both large and small as we journey through the Gulf of Corinth and onto Athens via the Corinth Canal visiting a new destination every day.
With our small boats we can reach beautiful beaches and remote coves that are inaccessible to bigger vessels. During the day, you can enjoy swimming, snorkelling, barbequing, sunbathing, exploring ashore, or simply doing nothing at all.
Our Health Coach will organise light physical activities such as aqua gym, pilates, or calisthenics as well as daily yoga. In the evening, we reach harbour or moor within easy reach of charming towns and villages.
An additional charge of €80pp for the local port fees will be due on arrival in order to assure some basic operational needs for the cruise.
Max No of Guests: 16
Solo travellers are accommodated in cabins normally reserved for double occupancy but at an additional cost, equivalent to 50% of the price paid by a guest who is sharing.
Cruise Dates: 02–09 SEPT 2023
ITINERARY | DAY 1
Known for its cosmopolitan and beautifully preserved, and UNESCO listed, Old Town, with its grand palace, Venetian fortresses, narrow streets and vaulted passage, Corfu, an island in the Ionian Sea, is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Greece. Beyond the Old Town lie spectacular beaches and stunning natural landscapes.
Located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, surrounded by olive groves, cypress trees and thick pine forests the small town of Syvota feels like an undiscovered treasure. The harbour is the focal point of the town where fisherman tend to their boats and land the day’s catch which is served in tavernas and restaurants just a short stroll from the water’s edge.
ITINERARY | DAY 2
One of the main yachting destinations in the Ionian Sea, Nydri has a fascinating coastline full of sheltered bays and offshore islands including Skorpios, privately owned by the Onassis family. Although a busy tourist destination with a wide range of restaurants and other facilities it is still essentially a village that’s easy to explore. Towering mountains, crystalline beaches and the famous Rahi Waterfall are also within easy reach.
ITINERARY | DAY 3
Vathi is the largest settlement on the island of Ithaca – although it is still not much more than a fishing village or small resort. The sandy beach is a mile long with enough bars to keep you well refreshed and the Church of Taxiarches which stands in front of the small port is more than iconic sight, it is in regular use and hosts traditional Greek weddings.
ITINERARY | DAY 4
Patras is Greece’s third-largest city, a university town and the regional capital of Western Greece, in the northern Peloponnese. The city is built at the foot of Mount Panachaikon, overlooking the Gulf of Patras. A stroll around the cobbled streets will reveal many well-preserved monuments to a chequered past including a medieval castle and the Roman Odeon, built in the 1st Century by the Emperor Augustus, which is still regularly used for concerts and other cultural events. There is an extensive shopping district and as you’d expect from a student city, some lively nightlife.
ITINERARY | DAY 5
Loutraki, a lively seaside resort, located on mainland Greece, on the Gulf of Corinth, is known for its natural springs and therapeutic spas. Four kilometers of mainly pebbly beach stretches from one end of the town to the other. The town is very cosmopolitan, has some wonderful restaurants and is a good place to buy local produce such as wine, honey , olive oil and dried herbs.
ITINERARY | DAY 6
The birthplace of democracy. Remnants of Athens’ colourful past include the Acropolis, Parthenon and the Temple of Zeus (Olympic Temple) to name just a few, that can be discovered on a fascinating walk through history. (Ask us about joining a guided Archaeological Tour)
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