Full Moon in Cyclades


Explore some of the less known islands of the Cycladic Archipelagos, where you will indulge in common day life of the islanders, in a different way in each stop. Get charmed in the stripped-down cosines of Naxos, indulge in the secrets of gastronomy in Sifnos, while allow Milos to marvel you in a plethora of ways. Finally in Athens the hallowed Antiquity will be literally laid at your feet in the sacred lands of Acropolis and Sounio.

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From a young age, my passion for exploration ignited, leading me on a journey across continents. Volunteer tourism became my gateway to diverse cultures, traversing Europe and fostering connections with people from all corners of the globe.

My career journey unfolded through various hotels across Greece and Cyprus until I found my true calling: travel design. Crafting unforgettable experiences for visitors to my beloved Greece is my mission. Understanding each traveler’s unique needs ensures tailored journeys filled with discovery and delight, crafted with meticulous attention to detail and insider knowledge of Greece’s hidden gems.

With extensive travel throughout Greece and two years immersed in Mykonos, I’ve honed my expertise in this captivating destination. Yet, as a visitor, Crete’s warm hospitality, delectable cuisine, and stunning vistas hold a special place in my heart.


Arrival in Athens
Acropolis & Flavors Combo Tour

Acropolis & Flavors Combo Tour:
A perfect tour to get a true feel of Athens! Ascent to the top of the sacred rock of the Acropolis to be confronted by one of the world’s most important structures in history, the Parthenon. Once there you will enjoy a guided tour which will reveal the magnitude and the rich heritage of Athens and the cultural achievements of the Greek civilization of the Golden Age.

Rest of Day at Leisure:
Athens is the historical capital of Europe, with a long history, dating from the first settlement in the Neolithic age. In the 5th Century BC (the “Golden Age of Pericles”) – the culmination of Athens’ long, fascinating history – the city’s values and civilization acquired a universal significance. Over the years, a multitude of conquerors occupied Athens, and erected unique, splendid monuments – a rare historical palimpsest. In 1834, it became the capital of the modern Greek state and in two centuries since it has become an attractive modern metropolis with unrivaled charm.

A large part of the town’s historic centre has been converted into a 3-kilometre pedestrian zone (the largest in Europe), leading to the major archaeological sites (“archaeological park”), reconstructing – to a large degree – the ancient landscape.

Majestic Sounio Sunset Tour

Majestic Sounio Tour:
Get ready for a day that will bring you closer to the blue waters of the Aegean Sea; watch the sunset from the majestic Temple of Poseidon, and enjoy an utterly beautiful site close to Athens.

You will start from Athens to enjoy the unique experience of watching the sunset from the Temple of Poseidon.

The drive along the impressive coastline of Attica is a beautiful experience in itself. The winding road follows the contours of the countless successive little coves and bays, offering amazing views of this dramatic landscape which the ancients associated with Poseidon’s kingdom.

Travel to Naxos & Day at Leisure

Private Transfer Athens Hotel to Airport:
The pick up time for your transfer will be advised at your hotel. Your driver will deliver you to the Athens Airport.

Domestic Flight to Naxos:

Private Transfer Naxos Airport to Hotel:
Upon arrival, your driver will be awaiting you at the arrival gate with a sign with your name on it, you will be transferred to your hotel.

Rest of Day at Leisure:
The island of Naxos has a history of over 5000 years, in prehistoric and Neolithic times. It flourished after the 700 BC when Ancient Greeks were around. Romans ruled the island, between 338 BC and 326 AD. It became part of the Byzantine Empire, between 362-1204 AD. The Venetians ruled Naxos from 1207 until the island fell in to the Ottoman rule in 1566 until 1831, when it was liberated by the Modern Greek State.

The largest town and capital of the island is Chora or Naxos town, with 6,533 inhabitants, when the population of the entire island is approximately 18000 people. There are more than 64 villages, most of which are mountainous
and are known for their excellent cool climate and their unsurpassed local cuisine. The main villages are Filoti, Apiranthos, Vivlos, Agios Arsenios, Koronos.

Naxos is the most fertile island of the Cyclades. It has a good supply of water in a region (Cycladic islands) where water is usually inadequate. Mount Zas or Zeus (1004 meters) is the highest peak in the Cyclades, and tends to trap the clouds, permitting greater rainfall. This has made agriculture an important economic sector with various vegetable and fruit crops, as well as cattle breeding, making Naxos the most self-sufficient island in the Cyclades.
Naxos is also known within Greece for its potatoes and dairy products. Its mountainous interior will surprise you and so will its resemblance to the island of Crete.

The lush area (for the standards of the Cycladic islands, that are basically dry and Volcanic) known as the Tragea has plains of olive trees, Lemon trees and grape vines, upland valleys, and a cluster of villages, Venetian towers, and Hellenistic watch towers.

Those who would visit the island will find lots of blessings to count: for starters, there are rolling green hills and valleys with clusters of Byzantine churches, Medieval towers, and villages with beautiful neoclassical houses. Naxos has the longest accessible coastline among the Cyclades islands, with beautiful sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Visitors may find well-organized beaches, as well as, more serene and picturesque coasts. It has a number of beaches, such as those at Agia Anna, Agios Prokopios, Alikos, Kastraki, Mikri Vigla, Plaka, and Agios Georgios, most of them are located near Chora. Visitors can also admire the temple of Demeter in Sangri, the giant Kouros statues in Melanes and Apollonas village, the Portara, the Venetian Castle of Chora and the impressive Venetian towers scattered along Naxos Island.

Naxos Town: Food, People & Heritage

Naxos Town, a harmonious blend of past and present, unfolds its captivating story with a professional guide as your storyteller. Commencing at the Temple of Apollo (Portara), delve into the island’s initial inhabitants and the mythology shaping their presence. Our journey continues to an on-site excavation museum and ascends to the Venetian Castle area, housing a remarkable collection of prehistoric Cycladic figurines, completing the island’s cultural tapestry.

Wander from the historical port to the Venetian Old Town, alive with its vibrant food market, a traditional wood-fire bakery, and colorful stands of aromatic herbs and spices. Travelers are invited to savor local delicacies, including a delectable orange cake, a variety of fine Naxian cheeses paired with wine, and traditional bakery snacks. The food tour unfolds with the promise of more traditional mezes and local delights, culminating in the delightful sensations of Naxian gastronomy at a traditional taverna—a hospitable table where all can experience the tastes of the island.

Naxos Old Town, Castle & Sunset at Portara

Immerse yourself in the enchanting allure of Naxos Town as the sun sets.

Your guide, a master storyteller, will lead you through the narrow streets of the Coast and Old Town, weaving tales of gods and heroes. Picture-perfect stops with breathtaking views serve as both photographic gems and poignant moments in the island’s rich mythology. This immersive journey traverses the realms of ancient gods, the Middle Ages, and the fortresses of ruling Dukes.

As the sun dips below the horizon, your inspirational walk culminates at the iconic ‘Portara,’ a testament to Apollo’s honor and Naxos’ enduring landmark.

Travel to Sifnos & Day at Leisure

Private Transfer Hotel to Naxos Port:
The pick up time for your transfer will be advised at your hotel. Your driver will deliver you to Naxos Port.

High Speed Ferry from Naxos to Sifnos:

Private Transfer Sifnos Port to Hotel:
Upon arrival, your driver will be awaiting you at Sifnos Port with a sign with your name on it, you will be transferred to your hotel.

Rest of Day at Leisure:
Located on the western side of the Cyclades island group, Sifnos is considered as the yummiest island in Greece, thanks to its flourishing culinary scene.

Other than that, Sifnos has the typical Cycladic ambiance, including whitewashed houses and chapels, innumerable dovecotes, a breathtaking natural landscape and, of course, amazing beaches!

The moment you’ll get off the ferry in Sifnos, you’ll feel like entering a whole new world! The island’s atmosphere is deeply calming, while the air is scented with almond and orange aromas that will seduce you. The tiny whitewashed villages, the cobblestone, embellished with colorful flowers, alleys, the luxurious Sifnos hotels, and the mesmerizing sandy Sifnos beaches ooze charm in abundance!

A unique hands-on cooking experience!

Cook amazing, Greek dishes in a traditional Sifnian kitchen, using simple local ingredients that you can also find at home and all over the world. An experience not to be missed in a cozy, friendly and relaxed atmosphere! The approximately 4-hour cooking session takes place in a traditional Sifnian house built in 1926 in Apollonia.

Cook, taste and enjoy traditional Greek recipes with the help of our born and raised in Sifnos cook, who shares not only the secrets of the Sifnian cusine but also her love for traditions and local products. These private cooking lessons refer to 2-6 participants. Actively participate to the recipe’s preparation and then enjoy the meal

you’ve cooked, accompanied by wine & dessert. Natural, pure, fresh, biological local raw materials such as oil, wild herbs, thyme honey, vegetables from Sifnian gardens, and animal products from small, local folds are being used.

Island Guided Tour

The tour starts with the monastery of Panagia Chrysopigi following a visit to Kastro village and Archaeological Museum of Sifnos, Kastro is located at the top of a rocky plateau with steep sided cliffs and a panoramic view over the sea and the nearby islands. The next destination is Artemonas, a traditional aristocratic village with beautiful neoclassic mansions built over 200 years ago and painted in the traditional Cycladic patterns. The following stop is the most important archaeological site of Sifnos; the Acropolis, located on the top of a hill on the way from Apollonia to Vathy. Last visit, the island’s capital Apollonia and return back to the hotel where the clients will be dropped off. There might be slight changes to the program without avoiding any visit, depending on clients’ accommodation area.

Travel to Milos & Day at Leisure

Private Transfer Hotel to Sifnos Port:
The pick up time for your transfer will be advised at your hotel. Your driver will deliver you to Sifnos Port.

High Speed Ferry from Sifnos to Milos:

Private Transfer Milos Port to Hotel:
Upon arrival, your driver will be awaiting you at Milos Port with a sign with your name on it, you will be transferred to your hotel.

Rest of Day at Leisure:
Enjoy your first day in Milos relaxing, swimming in the pool or beach next to your hotel and explore your new destination.

Best of Milos Tour

Best of Milos Tour:
The best way to explore Milos in a day, this road takes you to all the major sites of the island, such as the Catacombs, Adamas town, Sarakiniko beach and Papafrangas Cave.

And after you have indulged in history and culture, the perfect stop for a cool, refreshing swim and some nurturing lunch, will give you the resting time you so deserve.

Rest of Day at Leisure:
Get to know the most exotic island in the Aegean. The island where the Venus de Milo was discovered, and one of the most impressive islands in the Cyclades. Volcanic rocks paint the beaches red, pink and orange. Sarakiniko and Kleftiko, with their white rock formations, emerald green waters and caves eroded by the sea, are steeped in stories of pirates. The catacombs, the exotic beaches, the multicoloured Klima, Emborios and Mandrakia, with their quaint buildings cut into the cliffs, and Plaka’s sunsets… All of these cry out in unison: Milos is unique.

Cruise to Polyegos and Kleftiko

Boat trip to Polyegos and Kleftiko:
A unique opportunity to visit the mesmerizing island of Polyegos and also get to experience the pirate life of Kleftiko. The experienced crew of this beautiful monohull yacht will sail from Pollonia to Polyegos island for a first stop to swim and then sail along the east side of Milos and south to Kleftiko. In our tour you will get to see the following locations:
-First swimming stop in the island of Polyegos at the “Blue Waters” the famous yachting destination.
-Second swimming stop in Gerakas beach, with the white impressive sand.
-Sail along the south side of the island
-Third swimming stop in Kleftiko, the pirate bay of Milos. This is a longer stop for snorkeling and cave touring.
-Forth swimming stop (if time allows us) at the beach of Tsigrado.

Departure Day

Departure Day:
Today, you will have to say goodbye to beautiful Greece. Your driver will pick you up and transfer you to Milos Airport where you will take the domestic flight back to Athens. Once arriving at Athens Airport, check-in to your international flight and depart Greece directly.

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