Greece

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Lavrion 1

Lavrion is the prettiest of the three ports and feels like a small Greek island all its own. While port towns are often raced through by visitors heading elsewhere, if you do have to spend a day at a port, Lavrion may be the way to go.It has a small Archaeological Museum and an interesting Mineralogical Museum, where the local mining heritage is shown off.

Just for good measure, it also boasts a giant "Mystery Hole", a geological feature which seems like a giant bubble formed at the top of a hill and then popped, leaving a two-hundred-foot deep, somewhat rounded pit. Its origins are still being debated; some believe it was the result of a meteorite impact.

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Lavrion 2

Lavrion's fish market was one of the best in Attika being supplied by the town's fishing fleet. The nearby waters of Evia are rich in sardines and anchovies and other healthy fish.

Most of the market has been converted into restaurants and ouzeries most specializing in fresh fish. People come from as far as Athens to eat here and those who have to wait a few hours for a ferry boat can do so while drinking ouzo and eating fried fresh shrimp, grilled sardines, friend gavros (anchovies), fried and grilled fresh squid, and barbounia (red mullet).

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Mykonos

In the event that you feel like truly letting your hair down, Mykonos is the place for you.

Here you are certain to rub shoulders with the jet-set and the famous people that regularly visit this humming island. Cavo Paradiso, Astra and Space are some of the internationally celebrated clubs and bars you can visit.

In the event that you favor a more laid back environment where you can appreciate the peacefulness and simplicity of Mykonos life, you will enjoy spending a day at Scorpios, a unique shoreline club with a great restaurant and wonderful views.

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Paros

Paros stands out amongst the most lovely islands in the Mediterranean, its whitewashed houses and local cuisine that are characteristic of the calm, serene Greek atmosphere that so effectively renew the body and the psyche.

Meander through the ancient Venetian port of Naoussa and dine at Mario's where you can appreciate the delightfully refined Mediterranean cooking.

Take in the view or watch the sun sink into the Mediterranean while you enjoy great cocktails on the terrace of Sommoripa Consolato this is certain to be a night to recollect.

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Kos 1

Kos is a standout amongst the most well known islands in this chain. It is one of the biggest islands, 40km by 8km, and lies off the coast of Turkey. With its expansive brilliant shorelines, perfectly clear waters and unique history, this beautiful island will allow you to get away from the crowds and enjoy the amazing beauty of the Aegean from the comfort of your luxury yacht.

Kos island and especially Kos Town is one of the best places to have some fun, with its wide variety of clubs and bars. Pay special mind to Nerantziá Castle at the mouth of the port of Kos Town before taking off and tying down off one of the many isolated sounds and bays specked along the coast.

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Kos 2

Kos is a standout amongst the most well known islands in this chain. It is one of the biggest islands, 40km by 8km, and lies off the coast of Turkey.

With its expansive brilliant shorelines, perfectly clear waters and unique history, this beautiful island will allow you to get away from the crowds and enjoy the amazing beauty of the Aegean from the comfort of your luxury yacht.

Kos island and especially Kos Town is one of the best places to have some fun, with its wide variety of clubs and bars. Pay special mind to Nerantziá Castle at the mouth of the port of Kos Town before taking off and tying down off one of the many isolated sounds and bays specked along the coast.

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Rhodes

Rhodes is the biggest and most populated island among the Dodecanese. It is the most celebrated island with a storied and multifaceted history and you can see the wonderful relics of its more than two thousand years’ past. Rhodes caters to every interest.

There are magnificent examples of the architecture of the past, such as the City Hall, The Palace of the Grand Master, and the Governors Palace.

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Corfu

Corfu is the major island of the north, and its many lovely villages are a mecca for western and Greek tourists.

Paxos and the smaller neighboring island Antipaxos have enchanted many visitors. Altogether, these beautiful and hospitable islands make up the perfect destination for sailors chartering in the Northern Ionian.

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Lefkas 1

You’re bound to have seen photographs of Lefkada’s world-renowned beaches. Lefkada or Lefkas is easily accessible, hospitable and lively – a recipe for the perfect summer holiday in the Ionian Sea. Kathisma, Egremni, Porto Katsiki – the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean and won international acclaim and are awarded annually with Blue Flags.

Windsurfing, kitesurfing, paragliding, scuba diving, flights in a prop plane, horseback riding, mountain biking, sailing around the surrounding islets like Skorpios there is no end to the activities and sports activities and sports on offer here. You’ll explore the island, stay at luxurious or quaint and traditional hotels, eat at restaurants on the water.

The welcoming Lefkada town will invite you to savour its culture by walking its alleyways, listening to its folk songs, enjoying bowls of Englouvi lentils on the feast day of Agios Donatas and meeting the famous bouranelous, the city dwellers for whom many angling is still their major hobby.

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Lefkas 2

With no tides and mostly gentler winds, the area is perfect for families, inexperienced sailors and those who are more interested in the holidaymaking part of a charter than hard core sailing.

While you can enjoy longer cruising legs if you like, the South Ionian is more suitable for shorter sailing, with more time to spend on beaches and in tavernas.

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Athens 1

Athens. The city with the most glorious history in the world, a city worshipped by gods and people, a magical city. The enchanting capital of Greece has always been a birthplace for civilization.

It is the city where democracy was born and most of the wise men of ancient times. The most important civilization of ancient world flourished in Athens and relives through some of the world's most formidable edifices.

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Athens 2

Athens is constantly inhabited since Neolithic Age. The 5th century was the time of its ultimate bloom, when moral values and civilization surpassed city limits and became the mother land of western civilization.

In the centuries that followed, many conquerors tried to take over Athens. In 1834 Athens was chosen to be the capital of the newly established Greek State. The city that now hosts more than 4,5 million people, was constructed around the Acropolis walls. Today it is the political, social, cultural, financial and commercial center of Greece.

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Skiathos

With more than 60 great beaches, the lavishly green Skiathos island is the most popular island among the sporades. Although small in size (only 11 kilometers across) Skiathos offers great atmosphere and fun.

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