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  • Kleftiko Full-Day Sailing Cruise with Snorkeling & Lunch

    1. Kleftiko Full-Day Sailing Cruise with Snorkeling & Lunch

    Discover the beautiful coast of Milos and its fantastic beaches, an exciting way to spend your holidays. Starting from the port of Adamas, the boat sails so that you see the traditional fishing villages. Then, you will see the bears, two large rocks formations, at the entrance of the port. Then, the yacht crosses the entrance of the port of Adamas, which is the second largest natural port. You will also cross the amazing cape of Vani, the largest emerging volcanic rock in the Mediterranean Sea. While sailing along the west coast of Milos, protected under the Natura 2000 programme for the rare species of flora and fauna, you will also see lovely beaches such as Kalogries, Agathia, Triades, Ammoudaraki and the monastery of Saint John Siderianos. Then it is time for Kleftiko, the famous site with the towering, white limestone rocks that form caves and tunnels of different colors depending...

    Such an amazing time! The crew is fun and knowledgeable, all historical information but with some funny points! The boat is pretty clean, comfortable and stable. Snacks, coffee and lunch... amazing food! Lots of delicious and fresh prepared dishes! I want to thanks a lot Capitan Yiannis, Juliano and Moses for everything, excellent yachting!

  • Mykonos: Evening Visit to a Traditional Mykonian Farm

    2. Mykonos: Evening Visit to a Traditional Mykonian Farm

    Start your adventure at 5:00PM as you are collected from your hotel. From there, drive across the center of the island that unites the city of Mykonos with the homonym village of Ano Mera. Once you arrive at the village, pass through the picturesque square to visit the Monastery of Panagia Tourliani. Continue by walking only 400 meters to the Mykonian farm to be greeted by the farm’s superintendent. They will guide you through the territory, recounting the history of the property whilst showing you how the farm operates. Sit and relax on a traditional stone-built couch sipping traditional raki, while you learn about the history of the island’s farming, its livestock, and its crops. You'll also enjoy a farmer’s snack consisting of bread, tomatoes, kopanisti, cucumbers, and poor man’s black olives, accompanied by your raki. Cut and savor products from the vegetable garden, depen...

    We were led by Kevin, a very knowledgeable guide, and his driver. The experience was extremely informative but also fun! And it was lovely to be able to chat to someone who has such a personal connection with Mykonos over raki and a typical Mykonian snack!

  • Milos: Geology & Volcano Half-Day Morning Tour

    3. Milos: Geology & Volcano Half-Day Morning Tour

    Start the tour a Provatas Beach, one of the most scenic areas on the island. Head along the coast to the southern part of Milos known as Kalamos. Admire views of the inactive volcano which last erupted about 90,000 years ago. Witness how nowadays the volcano steams out through cracks on the ground which - all visible from a distance. Experience the intense smell of sulfur and enjoy amazing views of Agia Kiriaki beach.  Later, pass by the village of Zefyria, the old capital of the island where the Holy Temple of Panagia Portiani stands out from the cliffs. Head east to the area of Paliorema or Theiorichia to see the ruins of the Sulfur Mining Plant. This plant could be described as an outdoor museum as even today you can still see rusty wagons, mining tunnels, deserted offices, tools, and personal items used by the workers that will transport you back to 1960 when the plant ended its ope...

    Our guide Chris was amazing! Very knowledgeable of the island and all it’s history. Loved the volcano site and the beautiful beaches. Incredible landscape and culture. Very professional and kind guide! Would definitely recommend.

  • Walking Tour Through The Volcanic Land Of Wonder

    4. Walking Tour Through The Volcanic Land Of Wonder

    Discover the traditional village of Pyrgos, the highest village in Santorini with its traditional fortress settlement, which was declared a protected UNESCO settlement in 1995. On the hilltop, you will find the ruins of Kasteli Castle, one of the five Kastelia to be found on Santorini island. Walk through the ancient paths that used to connect the three villages. This uncompromisingly scenic private tour takes you through the paths and fields leading through to a hidden village called Potamos with its small farmers’ houses. The path leads you to Emporio with its narrow alleys and picturesque houses where you can find a Venetian castle and fortress dating from the Middle Ages that will leave you speechless. Emporio is the largest settlement in Santorini located 12 km from Fira on the foothills of Mount Prophet Elias. Its strong medieval character and the Kasteli are well preserved and ra...

  • Santorini: Ancient Greek Music Private Experience & Picnic

    5. Santorini: Ancient Greek Music Private Experience & Picnic

    Discover new horizons of musical hearings on a private tour. Revive ancient techniques and traditions at an atmospheric venue, once a very old winery. Explore tastes and aromas from the old to the new. Learn about the traditional agriculture of the island and the local products. Then, it’s time for a picnic. Stroll around a garden-like venue and taste refreshing local wine during your lunch. Experience the gastronomy of Santorini, the local flavors, and the fresh products, all under the Santorinian sky!

  • Tinos Island: Farm Tour, Picnic, and Winery Tasting

    6. Tinos Island: Farm Tour, Picnic, and Winery Tasting

    Savor the flavors of Tinos Island one this full day experience which includes a guided winery tour with a sommelier, tasting seasonal local products, and a scrumptious picnic with gorgeous views of nature.

    Discover the countryside of Tinos Island as you partake in a picnic full of traditional products like cheese, cold meat, artichokes, and tomatoes. Quench your thirst with refreshments like homemade lemonade, local wine, and cool water.

    Tour a local farm to see where these products are produced, and visit a winery to taste some local wine. Learn more about the culture and food of Tinos while also getting to experience more of the island's natural wonder.

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What people are saying about Cyclades

This was a great day courtesy of the captain and crew. They were humorous and the captain especially very knowledgeable about the history of Milos. Was a very entertaining day, lots of beautiful swim spots and snorkelling and a dinghy ride inside the caves of Kleftiko. Food was lovely and the boat comfortable. I highly recommend this boat trip. Crew member also took plenty of photos throughout the day for everyone in the water to access via their web or email at no extra cost. Fantastic day.

Such an amazing time! The crew is fun and knowledgeable, all historical information but with some funny points! The boat is pretty clean, comfortable and stable. Snacks, coffee and lunch... amazing food! Lots of delicious and fresh prepared dishes! I want to thanks a lot Capitan Yiannis, Juliano and Moses for everything, excellent yachting!

We were led by Kevin, a very knowledgeable guide, and his driver. The experience was extremely informative but also fun! And it was lovely to be able to chat to someone who has such a personal connection with Mykonos over raki and a typical Mykonian snack!

Our guide Chris was amazing! Very knowledgeable of the island and all it’s history. Loved the volcano site and the beautiful beaches. Incredible landscape and culture. Very professional and kind guide! Would definitely recommend.

kleftiko snorkling and very friendly and amazing crew