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In ‘Greece’

Cavo Paradiso, Mykonos

Overview Cavo Paradiso is a spectacular site that fuses the beauty and splendour of the natural with the intelligence and creativity of the synthetic. Created by Nikos Daktylides, the club fulfills an ambition to design a setti...


An Epic Odyssey of Superyacht Passion in Divine Greece

An Epic Greek Odyssey Greece is the cradle of Western civilization and the Greek people are rightly proud of that heritage, preserving the ruins of ancient Greece for yachting guests to marvel at their architectural expertise. ...



Athens, The Heart of Civilization

The city of Athens is not only a hub of urban activity but a great place to start your adventure around the Cyclades. For those with an interest in history the Acropolis is a must-see, from the impressive architecture of the Pa...


Sounion, Visit the Home of Poseidon

The ancient Greeks believed that the cape of Sounion was controlled by the Sea god Poseidon, and they constructed a magnificent temple on its highest point to win his favour. The ruins of this temple are still standing and have...



Kea, Warm Sands and Cooling Breezes

Kea is a quiet and idyllic island which in recent times has become a hotspot for sailing due to the challenging nature of its winds. Even if you are not a sailor looking to prove your skills the island of Kea still has a lot to...


Mykonos, The Biggest Cosmopolitan Party

Mykonos is one of the most visited islands in the region, and is widely considered a Mecca for travellers. It offers the same natural beauty and historical points of interest which characterise all of the Aegean islands but als...



Delos, Jewel in the Aegean Crown

The beautiful island of Delos is the most historically significant of the Cyclades. This island was once believed to be the birthplace of Artemis and Apollo, which inspired the ancient Greeks to construct a myriad of architectu...


Paros, The Marble Island

Paros is one of the most popular Greek islands, after Mykonos and Santorini. In ancient times Paros was known for the high quality of its marble, a history which is still visible today in the magnificent white buildings of its ...



Ios, Find peace and tranquillity

Ios is considered by many to be the most beautiful of the Cyclades, as indicated by the island’s name, which means ‘flower’. Ios is a quiet and peaceful island, perfect for relaxing after the hustle and bustle...


Santorini, Feel the Heat of Romance

The island of Santorini is the result of one of the largest volcanic eruptions in history, the Minoan Eruption, and due to its geological history it is one of the only places in Europe to feature a ‘hot desert’ clim...



Sifnos, Breathtaking Vistas and Ancient Artefacts

Sifnos is one of the most dramatically beautiful islands in the Cyclades, its sheer cliff faces and ancient monuments lend a sense of gravitas to the already impressive Aegean seascape. It is known for its small and beautiful c...


Serifos, a Secluded Island of Poets and Artists

Serifos is an idyllic island dotted with quiet villages and is renowned throughout Greece as the homeland of many great artists. It is easy to see why this island inspires such artistic creativity, its stunning natural beauty a...



Kithnos, An Unspoiled Land of Tradition

Kithnos is one of the less visited islands of the Cyclades, and although it is still a friendly place for visitors its relative lack of tourism means the island retains much of its traditional charm. This means that you can app...


Aegina, The Finest Beaches in the Cyclades

Aegina was once an important sea power, the primary regional rival to Athens in the ancient era. In modern times it is a popular yachting destination, famed for its beaches, but it in its architecture and historical sites some ...