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Paros: Full-Day Sailing Cruise in the Small Cyclades

1. Paros: Full-Day Sailing Cruise in the Small Cyclades

Make your way to Piso Livadi Port and board a sailing boat for your memorable full-day cruise. The yacht leaves Paros every morning and takes you sailing for an entire day around the Small Cyclades Islands.   Depending on the weather conditions, the skipper will sail towards the island of Iraklia, where you will stop in a secluded cove to snorkel around a World War II plane wreck. The island of Schinoussa or Koufonisia is the next stop. After a swim in the turquoise colored waters, you’ll be served a lunch prepared by the crew.   Later in the afternoon, take a short swim off the coast of Naxos Island. If the winds are strong the skipper will set sail westward, towards the sheltered coasts of Antiparos and Despotiko. These islands are hidden gems just waiting to be explored. You will return to Paros at approximately 7:00-7:30 PM, depending on the weather.

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From Paros: Iraklia and Schinoussa Sailing Cruise with Lunch

2. From Paros: Iraklia and Schinoussa Sailing Cruise with Lunch

Experience sailing on a boat from Paros island out to the Aegean sea, with a group of up to 10 passengers and an experienced skipper. The boat departs at approximately 9:30 AM from the port of Piso Livadi on the Eastern coast of Paros island. After a brief safety briefing, the boat will set sail for the first stop in Iraklia. Arrive at the secluded beach of Alimia, where you can snorkel and explore the sunken hydroplane from World War II, or simply swim in the clear water. Next, the skipper will take you to the serene island of Schinoussa. Jump into the crystal clear sea and surrender to the exclusive calmness and serenity of this small destination. A delicious fresh lunch will be served on board while you enjoy the peaceful and relaxing atmosphere. In the afternoon, on your way back, you will make a stop on the south side of Naxos, where you will enjoy dessert and fruit. After one last swim, the boat will sail back to Piso Livadi, arriving at approximately 6:30 PM.

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What people are saying about Paros

We joined Kostas and his wife, Katarina, on their cute sailing boat. We were a small group and quickly felt very comfortable even in the windy open sea. Their hospitality as well as kindness and knowledge for the sea made it a very interesting trip and relaxing trip. They got you covered: little snack at 10, lunch, snack after 16 again… all that, while visiting probably some of the most beautiful bays you can find around the Cyclades. An amazing experience for which we highly want to thank Kostas and Katarina. We strongly recommend to take part in this breathtaking one of a kind experience!

Absolutely amazing experience. Kostas was an amazing guide and captain. He was patient and helpful, and made sure everybody on board felt comfortable and catered to. He also answered all the questions and the stops were perfectly timed. Enough time to stop and enjoy each Island, delicious food and great experience overall. I highly recommend

An amazing experience. Really glad I did it. Went to some beautiful locations. Swam out to the beaches and did some snorkelling including seeing the old war plane. Was a bit cold and windy towards the end and probably could have done without the final beach in Naxos as wasn’t secluded like the others but all in all a great experience.

Amazing sailing trip! We ended up being the only passengers on the boat (end of season) which made the trip private and very special. Kostas (the captain) was very knowledgeable, passionate about sailing and took a great care of us. Lunch was delicious and we had a wonderful day! Highly recommend!

It was a lovely day! You are asked to bring only a hat and sunglasses. It’s quite windy during the boat ride, so you must have a secure hat or none at all. It’s helpful to have sunscreen and a towel as well.