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GREECE 2024

Summer 2024 - Saronic Gulf


7 days charter on board LAGOON 46

ITINERARY SUMMARY

DAY 1

Alimos - Perdika

DAY 2

Perdika - Epidavros

DAY 3

Epidavros - Poros

DAY 4

Poros - Ermioni

DAY 5

Ermioni - Dokos

DAY 6

Dokos - Hydra

DAY 7

Hydra - Aegina - Alimos
greece itinerary 2024 saronic gulf
SARONIC GULF
Summer 2024
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DAY 1

Alimos - Perdika

DISTANCE 21nm DURATION 3h 5m

On the west coast of sun-soaked Greece, you will find the nook of Perdinka. A peaceful village flanked by olive groves, fragrant pine forests, and the pebbled blue sea, Perdinka has all the ingredients you need for recharging your batteries in blissful surroundings. Life in Perdika is low-key with a handful of great places to eat, a folklore museum, and the beauty of Arilla Beach with its balmy bath-like temperatures enticing you in for a daily dip.

Activities: Enjoy lunch in one of the traditional seafood tavernas by the dock.

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DAY 2

Perdika - Epidavros

DISTANCE 16nm DURATION 2h 20m

If you’re interested in culture, history and stunning landscapes while on charter, then this is the place to see. Along with the Theatre of Epidaurus, lovely beaches, water sports facilities and the Ancient Sanctuary of Asklepios, there are also many hillside villages here. This site is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and is a wonderful location to be included in your itinerary.

Activities: Visit the Ancient Theatre of Epidavros, watch a play in the theatre or go on a winery tour.

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DAY 3

Epidavros - Poros

DISTANCE 21nm DURATION 3h 0m

Pretty Poros is a must-see delight in the Sardonic Gulf. With its delectable seafood offerings, fragrant lemon and pine forests, and ancient temple for Poseidon, you get the perfect fill of culture, food, and scenery to feed all your Greek dreams. The picturesque Poros town is a must-see with its neoclassical buildings perched on the Poros Strait. Charter guests should be sure to see the iconic clock tower for incredible harbor views along with the Folk Museum for a fascinating glance into the domestic past of Greece. Churches, monasteries, and temples are all ripe for picking when it comes to how to spend your afternoons.

Activities: Walk around the picturesque island of Poros, an opportunity to dive in the Russian bay.

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DAY 4

Poros - Ermioni

DISTANCE 21nm DURATION 3h 5m

On the east coast of the Peloponnese, lies the small seaside town of Ermioni. Constructed around a beautiful port on the hill slopes, this town is popular with Athenians who have their holiday homes here. The promenade is the perfect spot to walk around or enjoy a meal and a convenient location for day trips to Ancient Epidaurus, Porto Heli, Nafplion, Hydra, and Poros.

Activities: Go on an olive tasting tour and in the evening eat out in one of the top quality tavernas of the area.

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DAY 5

Ermioni - Dokos

DISTANCE 5nm DURATION 50m

Dokos is a small uninhabited island located in the southeastern region of the prefecture of Argolida in Greece. It is world renowned for its turquoise waters and pristine natural beauty, making it a popular destination for superyachting. Its sheltered bays and coves are favoured for anchoring, along with its calm and secluded beaches. Luxury and serenity can be found in abundance here, with crystalline water and spots for snorkeling, ideal for anyone looking to unplug and recharge. Visitors to Dokos need not leave the island, with plenty of activities available, and with restaurants offering delicious traditional Greek meals. There are a plethora of access and marina points, making it easily accessible by yacht. In short, it is an idyllic spot for those looking for a peaceful and nature-filled getaway.

Activities: Enjoy amazing views of the sunset and a night under the stars while in a secluded bay.

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DAY 6

Dokos - Hydra

DISTANCE 7nm DURATION 1h 0m

Hydra, mentioned as early as the 5th century B.C. in the writings of Herodotus, and since the 17th century it has become a hub for boat-building to make it an island of note. Its winding, scenic streets have attracted jet-setters and well-to-do hippies since the 1960s. Take a walk up these quaint streets, ascending high up to catch a glimpse of old Greek houses which have been beautifully restored. Head down to the port for some of the finest restaurants on any island in Greece.

Activities: Take a water taxi to the unique port town of Hydra where where there are no cars, scooters or even bicycles.  Enjoy spectacular sunsets, eat in one of the many restaurants dotted around this beautiful island famed for its seafood cuisine and wonderful almond sweets.

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DAY 7

Hydra - Aegina - Alimos

DISTANCE 27nm DURATION 3h 55m

Ancient temples, narrow alleyways, and the bright blue sea, Aegina has long been a port of call for nearby Athenians wanting to sun themselves away from the city. Enjoying a prime locale with commuter distance to the Greek capital, Aegina has all the hallmarks you would expect from a glorious Greek Island. A bustling port welcomes you in, but beyond that there’s no shortage of peaceful spots and memorable excursions. Be sure to visit the Temple of Aphaia with its classic design and history dating all the way back to 500 BC. Be charmed by waterfront tavern dining in Perdika, and explore the impressive monastery of Agios Nektarios. Of course, the island also offers impeccable beaches with sheltered spots for swimming in the softest shades of blue. A glut of gorgeous unique villages and home to specialized local pistachio, Aegina is a true Aegean gem.

Activities: Try the world famous pistachios.

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Saronic Gulf Coast Adventure 2024

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TERMS & CONDITIONS

Itinerary and ports of call will be subject to change should the weather or sailing conditions dictate this, any decision to change will be made by the lead skipper as required.