Lavrion is located at the base of the Attica Peninsula, 20 minutes SE of Athens air terminal. Lavrion is a great starting point to explore the northern Cyclades Islands including Mykonos, Naxos, Paros, and Kythnos. Lavrion in itself has some points of attraction. The largest and oldest amphitheatre in Greece is in Lavrion, as well as the remnants of ancient silver mines that date back to prehistoric times.
Vourkari is situatedto the north of Kea island. The town is sheltered from the prevailing breezes and is a haven for small fishing vessels. In recent years, the island has been receiving more traffic due to tourists seeking a tranquil stopover. Kea island boasts some phenomenal seafood restaurants that serve fresh fish, lobster and a variety of Greek favorites. We recommend the small bay 100m from the port if you are looking for a peaceful anchorage.
Finikas is a sizeable and exuberant town inthe SW part of the Syros Island. The port has a lot of room for visting boats and there are a large number of tavernas to choose from. Near the port, there is a beautiful beach, which is favored by the locals during the peak season.
Kamares is the port town of the island of Sifnos, located on the western side of the island. Sifnos is one the most famous ceramics production centers in the country,and you will find many workshops specked around the town. The principle settlement is located on the right side of the port and has a lot of tavernas, shops and bread shops where you can replenish your provisions. The shoreline has a watersports club where you can enjoy handling something faster and smaller than your boat.
Despite the fact that Livadi is the harbor town of Serifos it has figured out how to hold its tradtional enchant. The town offers something for everyone, from bars and clubs to a variety of restaurants. The geographical location of the town makes for amazing sunrises, and there are a number of cafes that open in the early hours, so you can enjoy the coffee of your choice as you watch the sun come up.
Merichas is a small coastal village that is located on the western side of Kythnos island. It is a delightfully traditional village that has remained unchanged through the years. Merichas has a small permanent population but can get crowded in the peak season. You can find fresh fish in tavernas that line the waterfront and cen enjoy dining at the edge of the water.
Lavrion is just a 50 minute drive from Athens. On the off chance that you haven't just gone to the city we'd emphatically suggest you go. There are some world class attractions including the Parthenon and the Acropolis, which you can visit on your last day.