1
Mykonos
2
Delos
3
Naxos
4
Paros
5
Santorini
6
Anafi
7
Astypalea
8
Nisyros
9
Kos
10
Kalymnos
11
Amorgos

A Journey Through Time and Tranquility from Greek Isles

Departing from Mykonos
Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 10-15 days

Embark on a voyage of serenity that transcends time, where the Aegean Sea becomes your canvas and history your guide. Join us on this journey where the charm of the Greek islands turns into a pleasant holiday.

Serenity
History
Activities
Mykonos Airport
Google Maps is loading
Total Sailing Time:0 days
Saffet Emre Tonguç
Saffet Emre Tonguç

A peace full of discovery!

Embark on a journey through time and tranquility to immerse yourself in the serene beauty and rich history of the Aegean Sea.

  • Dive into the vibrant culture of Mykonos, known for its picturesque windmills and cosmopolitan atmosphere.
  • Uncover the secrets of Paros, an island steeped in history and charm.
  • Immerse yourself in the authentic Greek island lifestyle of Kalymnos.
  • Step into the cradle of ancient Greek civilization with a visit to Delos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Much more awaits you on this route...

As the sun sets over the Aegean, indulge in a moment of serenity. Relax on the deck of your boat, savoring a refreshing drink as the sky transforms into a canvas of vibrant colors. Let the gentle sea breeze and the soothing sounds of the waves lull you into a state of pure bliss.

Join us on this voyage of discovery and serenity, where every moment is an unforgettable experience. If you're kicking off your boat tour in Mykonos, Mykonos Airport is your closest point of arrival. Swiftly embark on an unforgettable sea adventure with a brief transfer from the airport at the start of your journey.

Photos
1

Mykonos

Mykonos invites you to experience the magic of Greece in a destination that captivates the senses and ignites the soul. With its pristine beaches, vibrant nightlife, and charming Cycladic architecture, Mykonos offers a one-of-a-kind destination for travelers seeking an unforgettable Greek getaway.

Beach Paradise

Indulge in the sun-kissed shores of Mykonos, where crystal-clear waters meet golden sands. From the famous party beaches like Paradise and Super Paradise to secluded gems like Agios Sostis and Kapari, there's a beach for every mood and preference. Lounge under the Mediterranean sun, take a dip in the azure waters, and let the gentle sea breeze soothe your soul.

Chic Boutiques and Cosmopolitan Vibes

Explore the narrow cobblestone streets of Mykonos Town, where whitewashed buildings adorned with vibrant bougainvillea create a postcard-perfect scene. Discover chic boutiques, art galleries, and designer shops offering everything from high-end fashion to local handicrafts. As the sun sets, Mykonos comes alive with a cosmopolitan vibe, with its array of trendy bars, stylish restaurants, and iconic beach clubs beckoning you to dance the night away.

Cultural Riches and Historical Treasures

Immerse yourself in the rich history and culture of Mykonos as you wander through its charming villages and ancient sites. Explore the iconic windmills overlooking Little Venice, visit the fascinating Archaeological Museum, and wander through the labyrinthine streets of Ano Mera, where time seems to stand still. From its ancient ruins to its traditional festivals, Mykonos offers a glimpse into Greece's storied past.

Luxury Living and Exclusive Experiences

Indulge in luxury living and exclusive experiences in Mykonos, where opulent villas, boutique hotels, and world-class resorts await. Treat yourself to a pampering spa day, explore the hidden coves and secluded beaches, or dine at Michelin-starred restaurants overlooking the shimmering sea. Mykonos is the epitome of luxury and refinement, offering a truly unforgettable escape.

Adventure Awaits

For the adventurous traveler, Mykonos offers a wealth of outdoor activities and adrenaline-pumping experiences. From water sports like windsurfing, kiteboarding, and scuba diving to hiking trails that lead to breathtaking viewpoints, there's no shortage of excitement on the island. Discover the natural beauty of Mykonos from land and sea, and create memories that will last a lifetime.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 2 days
Editor's Photos
Nearby Attractions
Tropicana
4.9

Situated on the vibrant shores of Paradise Beach, Mykonos Island, Tropicana Beach Bar and Restaurant stands as a beloved hotspot, drawing in crowds of party enthusiasts from across the globe. With its stunning surroundings, enticing exotic cocktails, and delectable meals, Tropicana is a must-visit destination for those seeking an unforgettable beach party experience. Paradise Beach pulsates with energy, boasting a plethora of entertainment options, and is renowned for its lively early evening beach parties that stretch late into the night. With an in-house DJ setting the perfect vibe, guests can dance the night away and create memories to last a lifetime.

Beach
Bar
Entertainment
Nammos
4.9
Indulge in the ultimate seaside dining experience at Nammos, a luxurious beachfront restaurant and cocktail bar nestled on the pristine shores of Psarou Beach. Offering an array of exclusive services and gourmet Mediterranean cuisine, Nammos invites you to savor high-end meals amidst breathtaking coastal views. Whether you choose to dine indoors or right by the water's edge, each moment is infused with elegance and sophistication. Elevate your dining experience with their selection of deluxe champagne bottles, innovative cocktail creations, premium spirits, and fine wines, ensuring every sip is a celebration of luxury and refinement.
Beach
Bar
Entertainment
Kalo Livadi Beach
4.9

Kalo Livadi Beach in Mykonos stands out as one of the island's longest stretches of shoreline, renowned for its excellent amenities and vibrant party scene. Positioned between Kalafatis and Elia beaches, it's conveniently located just 11 km from Mykonos Town and a mere 2 km from Ano Mera.

The beach's allure lies in its expansive stretch of crystal-clear turquoise waters and its picturesque surroundings, creating an idyllic backdrop for a day of relaxation and fun. With its well-organized facilities, including ample umbrellas and sunbeds, you can bask in the warm Mediterranean sun in absolute comfort.

Kalo Livadi Beach offers the perfect escape for those seeking tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of crowded tourist areas. Whether you're looking to soak up the sun, take a refreshing dip in the sea, or simply unwind with a good book, this stunning beach promises a rejuvenating retreat amidst nature's splendor.

Beach
Explore Mykonos Town
4.9

A visit to Mykonos is not complete without exploring the charming Mykonos Town, also known as Chora. This picturesque town is a maze of narrow, winding streets lined with whitewashed houses, their brightness contrasted by vibrant blue doors and windows, and the occasional splash of pink and red from bougainvillea flowers. As you wander, you'll discover hidden chapels, quaint squares, and delightful cafes and shops. A highlight of your exploration should be the famous windmills perched on a hill, offering a perfect photo opportunity and a panoramic view of the town. Another must-visit spot is Little Venice, an alluring waterside quarter where buildings meet the edge of the sea. Here, you can enjoy a meal or a drink in one of the many cafes and restaurants, with a stunning view of the Aegean Sea, especially enchanting during sunset. The atmosphere in Mykonos Town is both lively and relaxing, encapsulating the essence of Greek island charm, making it an unforgettable experience for any visitor.

Town Tour
Starry Nights and Dance Lights
4.9
Mykonos is famous for its fun and exciting nightlife. When the sun sets, the island comes alive with music and dancing. There are many bars and clubs where you can have a great time. These places play all kinds of music, and you can dance until the early morning. Some clubs are right on the beach, so you can dance near the sea. People from all over the world come to Mykonos to enjoy these parties. You don't need to know how to dance; just have fun and enjoy the music! The nightlife in Mykonos is a big part of what makes this island special. It's a great way to meet new people and have an unforgettable time. Remember to be safe and enjoy every moment of the night in Mykonos.
Nightlife
Shopping in Mykonos Town
4.9

Exploring the boutiques and shops in Mykonos Town is a delightful experience for anyone who loves shopping. The town is a treasure trove of unique finds, ranging from high-end fashion brands to charming local handicrafts. As you stroll through the maze of narrow, picturesque streets, you'll encounter a variety of shops selling stylish clothing, handcrafted jewelry, and bespoke accessories. The island is also known for its artisanal products, like hand-painted ceramics and woven textiles, which make for perfect souvenirs or gifts. Don't miss the opportunity to browse the quaint local boutiques for authentic Greek items. These shops offer a more personal and intimate shopping experience, where you can often meet the artisans themselves and learn about the craftsmanship behind their creations. Whether you're looking for the latest fashion trends or seeking one-of-a-kind artisanal goods, shopping in Mykonos Town is an enjoyable activity that combines the thrill of discovery with the charm of Greek culture.

Town Tour
Nearby Restaurants
Scorpios Mykonos
4.9

Nestled on the shores of Paraga beach, Scorpios restaurant embodies the essence of bohemian luxury, offering a haven for Soho House members and discerning travelers alike. Despite its recent acquisition by Soho House, Scorpios has retained its authentic charm, drawing celebrities to its serene shores for yoga sessions, artisanal cocktails, and soul-stirring music rituals. Helmed by renowned chef Alexis Zopas, Scorpios' culinary philosophy is rooted in simplicity and sustainability, with an emphasis on organic, locally sourced ingredients. From gourmet vegetarian delights to Greek-inspired dishes, each plate is a testament to the restaurant's commitment to holistic dining. And let's not forget about the cocktails – Scorpios boasts an impressive array of signature concoctions that perfectly complement the laid-back vibe of this idyllic beachfront retreat.

Greek
Mediterranean
Bar
Beefbar Mykonos
4.9

BEEFBAR, nestled along the picturesque shores of Agios Ioannis beach within the prestigious Bill & Coo Coast resort, emerges as the quintessential steakhouse destination on the island of Mykonos. Seamlessly blending into its idyllic waterfront setting, the restaurant entices guests to linger and indulge in its culinary delights, with a resident DJ setting the ambiance and signature cocktails beckoning from the bar. Originating in Monte Carlo and boasting a Michelin-starred outpost in Hong Kong, BEEFBAR has garnered global acclaim, with additional locations spanning Mexico City, Paris, and beyond.

Steakhouse
Bar
Grill
COYA Mykonos
4.9

COYA, renowned for its contemporary Peruvian cuisine, has expanded its culinary empire to the sun-soaked shores of Mykonos. Drawing inspiration from Spanish, Japanese, and Chinese culinary traditions, COYA offers a one-of-a-kind dining experience that celebrates the vibrant flavors of Peru. Situated in the heart of Mykonos town, the restaurant boasts a luxurious and contemporary design, complete with an inviting open-air dining area that beckons guests to indulge in the ultimate al fresco dining experience. COYA's menu is a feast for the senses, featuring an array of vibrant and colorful Peruvian dishes designed for sharing and savoring with friends and loved ones. From ceviches and tiraditos to tantalizing grilled meats and seafood, each dish is a culinary masterpiece that showcases the rich cultural tapestry of Peru. With its unique blend of flavors and elegant ambiance, COYA promises an unforgettable dining experience that captures the essence of Peruvian cuisine in the heart of Mykonos.

Peruvian
Vegan
Noa Greek Taverna
4.9
Noa Greek Taverna, situated within the luxurious Myconian Kyma hotel, emerges as the epitome of culinary excellence, providing guests with an unrivaled dining journey mere moments from Mykonos Town. Led by Chef Panagiotis Tsoukatos, Noa celebrates the essence of home-cooked meals, allowing exceptional ingredients to take center stage. With a commitment to farm-to-table dining, Chef Tsoukatos draws inspiration from the cherished recipes of his grandmothers, infusing each dish with authentic Greek flavors and modern culinary techniques. From succulent meats to fresh seafood, every plate at Noa is meticulously prepared, showcasing the rich Mediterranean flavors that have long defined Greek cuisine. Set against the backdrop of Mykonos' breathtaking scenery, Noa Greek Taverna offers a culinary journey that is as unforgettable as it is delicious, inviting guests to indulge in the true essence of Greek hospitality.
Seafood
Mediterranean
Greek
Kalita Mykonos
4.9

Kalita Restaurant, nestled within the verdant garden of Fresh Hotel, offers diners an oasis of palm trees, lavender, and rosemary, creating a serene atmosphere for an unforgettable dining experience. Here, Head Chef Vaios Ntoytsias elevates classic Greek flavors with contemporary culinary techniques, ensuring every dish is a masterpiece. Impeccable service and a serene ambiance complete the experience, while an innovative cocktail menu and a selection of excellent Greek wines add to the delight. Kalita Restaurant offers an unforgettable culinary journey that harmonizes tradition and innovation for a truly exceptional dining experience.

Greek
Mediterranean
Notes to sailors
  • The canal between Mykonos and Tinos has fierce gusts when the meltemi is blowing.

  • Ornos Bay is the most protected from the meltemi anchorage in the island. There are, though, very strong gusts which can come very suddenly during the night. The bottom is weed and at places it provides very poor holding.


  • Visiting yachts normally berth at the uncompleted Mykonos Marina two miles W of the main town, which is the only safe harbour on the island. Since its partial completion, yachts are no longer permitted to berth in Mykonos old harbour, which is reserved for tripper boats.


2

Delos

Delos, a legendary island steeped in history and myth, is a must-visit destination for those seeking to immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of ancient Greece. Known as the birthplace of Apollo and Artemis, Delos is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has captivated travelers for centuries.

Embark on a journey through time as you wander among the ruins of temples and statues, each one a testament to the island's storied past. Explore the Terrace of the Lions, where majestic marble lions once stood guard, and marvel at the House of Dionysus, a testament to the island's rich cultural heritage.

But Delos isn't just about history; it's also a place of natural beauty. With its crystal-clear waters and pristine beaches, it's the perfect spot for a day of relaxation and rejuvenation.

Delos provides you with a timeless harmony of the past with the present.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for days
Editor's Photos
Nearby Attractions
The Sacred Harbor & Agora Delos
4.9

Step back in time and explore the Sacred Harbor, the point where pilgrims would arrive on Delos. Wander through the remains of the Agora (marketplace), imagining the bustling commercial activity of this ancient city.

History
Terrace of the Lions
4.9

Admire these iconic marble lions, dedicated to Apollo.  Their stoic forms guarding the Sacred Lake are one of the most photographed sights on Delos.

History
Archaeological Museum of Delos
4.9

Discover one of the finest collections of ancient Greek artifacts.  Explore sculptures, mosaics, pottery, and objects of daily life that reveal the rich history and culture of Delos.

History
Nearby Restaurants
COYA Mykonos
4.9

COYA, renowned for its contemporary Peruvian cuisine, has expanded its culinary empire to the sun-soaked shores of Mykonos. Drawing inspiration from Spanish, Japanese, and Chinese culinary traditions, COYA offers a one-of-a-kind dining experience that celebrates the vibrant flavors of Peru. Situated in the heart of Mykonos town, the restaurant boasts a luxurious and contemporary design, complete with an inviting open-air dining area that beckons guests to indulge in the ultimate al fresco dining experience. COYA's menu is a feast for the senses, featuring an array of vibrant and colorful Peruvian dishes designed for sharing and savoring with friends and loved ones. From ceviches and tiraditos to tantalizing grilled meats and seafood, each dish is a culinary masterpiece that showcases the rich cultural tapestry of Peru. With its unique blend of flavors and elegant ambiance, COYA promises an unforgettable dining experience that captures the essence of Peruvian cuisine in the heart of Mykonos.

Peruvian
Vegan
Noa Greek Taverna
4.9
Noa Greek Taverna, situated within the luxurious Myconian Kyma hotel, emerges as the epitome of culinary excellence, providing guests with an unrivaled dining journey mere moments from Mykonos Town. Led by Chef Panagiotis Tsoukatos, Noa celebrates the essence of home-cooked meals, allowing exceptional ingredients to take center stage. With a commitment to farm-to-table dining, Chef Tsoukatos draws inspiration from the cherished recipes of his grandmothers, infusing each dish with authentic Greek flavors and modern culinary techniques. From succulent meats to fresh seafood, every plate at Noa is meticulously prepared, showcasing the rich Mediterranean flavors that have long defined Greek cuisine. Set against the backdrop of Mykonos' breathtaking scenery, Noa Greek Taverna offers a culinary journey that is as unforgettable as it is delicious, inviting guests to indulge in the true essence of Greek hospitality.
Seafood
Mediterranean
Greek
Beefbar Mykonos
4.9

BEEFBAR, nestled along the picturesque shores of Agios Ioannis beach within the prestigious Bill & Coo Coast resort, emerges as the quintessential steakhouse destination on the island of Mykonos. Seamlessly blending into its idyllic waterfront setting, the restaurant entices guests to linger and indulge in its culinary delights, with a resident DJ setting the ambiance and signature cocktails beckoning from the bar. Originating in Monte Carlo and boasting a Michelin-starred outpost in Hong Kong, BEEFBAR has garnered global acclaim, with additional locations spanning Mexico City, Paris, and beyond.

Steakhouse
Bar
Grill
3

Naxos

Naxos is the largest Cycladic island and home to a wealth of experiences that go far beyond Naxos town and neighboring beaches.

Beach Paradise

Naxos boasts some of the most stunning beaches in Greece, with golden sands and crystal-clear waters that beckon travelers to relax and unwind. The most charming sandy ones are located on the western side of the island, which is also the most touristy and developed part. On the other hand, the eastern beaches are more wild and pristine. The most famous beaches are Plaka, the longest sandy beach on the island, and Agios Prokopios. Those looking for some privacy should consider the small coves at Orkos or the beaches of the eastern side of Naxos, like Psili Ammos.Dive into the turquoise sea or soak up the sun while lounging on the shore, and let the worries of the world melt away.

Historical Marvels

Visit the iconic Portara, a majestic marble gate that stands as a testament to Naxos' ancient glory. Wander through the labyrinthine streets of Naxos Town and marvel at the Venetian architecture that adorns the city.

Cultural Delights

Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Naxos and experience the warmth and hospitality of the locals. Sample traditional Greek cuisine at charming tavernas and sip on locally produced wine as you soak up the island's laid-back atmosphere.

Outdoor Adventures

For the adventurous at heart, Naxos offers a wealth of outdoor activities to enjoy. Hike through lush green valleys, climb to the summit of Mount Zas for panoramic views, or try your hand at windsurfing and kiteboarding in the island's famous Meltemi winds. If you are an adventure seeker, do not miss Panermos. Beaches such as Mikri Vigla and Amitis are famous for windsurfing and kitesurfing.

Lose yourself in the island's natural beauty and let your sense of adventure guide you to new and unforgettable experiences.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 2 days
Editor's Photos
Nearby Attractions
Strolling Through History in Naxos Town
4.9

Exploring Naxos Town, often referred to as Chora, is like taking a walk through the pages of history. The town's labyrinth of narrow, winding streets is a mosaic of whitewashed houses, interspersed with vibrant splashes of bougainvillea. As you meander through these charming alleys, you'll encounter the magnificent Portara, an iconic ancient marble gateway perched on a small islet, connected to the town. This monumental structure, remnants of a temple dedicated to Apollo, offers a stunning backdrop, especially during sunset.

The heart of Naxos Town is also home to an impressive medieval castle, standing as a testament to the island's rich and varied history. Within its walls, you'll find a blend of Venetian and Cycladic architecture, along with historical museums and small art galleries. The town isn't just about its past, though; it's very much alive with an array of charming boutiques selling everything from handmade jewelry to local crafts.

Additionally, Naxos Town is dotted with delightful cafes and tavernas where you can savor local Greek cuisine or enjoy a refreshing drink. These spots provide the perfect opportunity to relax and soak up the atmosphere of this enchanting town. Whether you're a history buff, a shopping enthusiast, or just someone who enjoys the simple pleasure of a leisurely stroll, Naxos Town has something to captivate your senses and create lasting memories.

Naxos Town
A Journey into Tradition at Apiranthos
4.9

Exploring Apiranthos, a traditional village in Naxos, is like stepping back in time. Nestled in the mountains of the island, this picturesque village is known for its distinct charm and cultural richness. As you walk through Apiranthos, you'll be struck by the narrow, marble-paved streets and the traditional stone houses that give the village its unique character. The architecture here is influenced by the Venetians who once ruled the island, evident in the impressive stone towers and ancient churches.

Apiranthos is a village that prides itself on its cultural heritage. It is home to several small museums, including the Archaeological Museum, the Geological Museum, and the Folklore Museum, each offering insights into the island's history and the village's traditions. The village is also known for its local crafts, particularly weaving and pottery, which you can see and purchase in various small shops.

One of the most enchanting aspects of Apiranthos is its panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The village's elevated position allows for breathtaking vistas, making it a perfect spot for photographers and nature lovers. Visiting Apiranthos provides not just a scenic experience, but a deep dive into the heart of Greek island culture, preserved and proudly displayed in this beautiful mountain village.

Traditional Village
Ascending Mount Zas
4.9

Mount Zas, also known as Mount Zeus, is not just the tallest peak on Naxos but also in the entire Cyclades, reaching an impressive height of over 1000 meters. A hike to its summit is a journey into both natural beauty and mythological wonder, as it's said to be the birthplace of Zeus, the king of the Greek gods. The trail leading up the mountain is a delightful mix of challenging and rewarding, passing through lush valleys, ancient springs, and dense cedar forests.

As you ascend, you'll be treated to stunning panoramic views of the island, the surrounding sea, and neighboring islands on clear days. Along the way, hikers often encounter the Cave of Zeus, a significant site in Greek mythology, offering a cool respite and a chance to explore its cavernous depths. Reaching the summit of Mount Zas is an achievement in itself, leaving you with a sense of accomplishment and awe at the breathtaking vistas.

This hike is not just a physical challenge but a journey through the rich tapestry of Greek mythology and the natural beauty of the Cyclades. Whether you're an avid hiker or simply someone who appreciates nature and history, climbing Mount Zas is an unforgettable experience that combines physical activity with cultural immersion. Remember to bring water, wear suitable footwear, and be prepared for changing weather conditions, as the peak can be quite different from the base. The best times to hike are during the cooler hours of early morning or late afternoon, especially in the summer months.

Mountain
Hiking
Nearby Restaurants
Dal Professore
4.9

Nestled along the coastline, Dal Professore Naxos offers a breathtaking vista of the Aegean Sea, the bustling port, and the charming old town of Naxos. Their chefs are dedicated to sourcing the finest ingredients from local Naxian providers, emphasizing quality, freshness, and sustainability. With a focus on local meat, fish, fresh pasta, and their unique pizza dough, we prioritize the highest standards in cuisine. Their culinary philosophy centers around fresh ingredients, traditional cooking techniques, and innovative creativity, resulting in a dynamic menu that changes with the seasons. Complementing their dishes is an extensive wine list featuring both approachable and premium selections, many of which are available by the glass.

Mediterranean
Doukato
4.9

Doukato stands out as one of Naxos' premier dining establishments, attracting locals and tourists alike. To secure a table, especially during the bustling summer months of July and August, it is advisable to make a reservation at least a day or two in advance.

Specializing in traditional Greek and Naxian cuisine, Doukato offers a culinary journey through the flavors of the region. Tucked away in a serene courtyard, just a short stroll from Naxos' main port area, the restaurant provides a tranquil setting to savor its authentic dishes.

Seafood
Mediterranean
Greek
Tortuga Beach Bar & Restaurant
4.9

Tortuga stands as a beacon of fine dining elegance nestled on the stunning shores of Plaka Beach. Here, the essence of European cuisine intertwines with a boho-chic ambiance, inviting guests to indulge in a culinary experience like no other. Since its inception in the summer of 2017, Tortuga has captivated travelers seeking luxury and style, emerging as the ultimate hotspot on the island.

Beneath the gentle Aegean summer breeze, guests can recline on comfortable sunbeds dotting the sandy shores, basking in endless hours of relaxation. Each dish crafted by the chef reflects a blend of artistry and imagination, tantalizing the taste buds with every bite. Complementing the exquisite fare are Tortuga's signature cocktails and curated wine list, curated to delight even the most discerning palates.

Whether for a romantic dinner or a leisurely beachside retreat, Tortuga offers an unparalleled dining experience amidst the idyllic beauty of Plaka Beach.

Seafood
Mediterranean
Taverna Axiotissa
4.9
Renowned as one of Naxos' premier dining destinations, Axiotissa offers a modern take on Greek and Naxian cuisine. With a commitment to quality, the restaurant sources excellent organic ingredients from its own farm and local producers, ensuring a diverse menu to cater to all tastes. From delectable meat and fish dishes to enticing vegetarian options, Axiotissa showcases the richness of Greek cuisine. Complementing the culinary delights is an extensive selection of Greek and international wines.
Mediterranean
Greek
Petrino Beach & Restaurant
4.9

Nestled in Naxos, Petrino Beach Restaurant stands out from the crowd with its unique stone-built structure, a departure from the typical architecture of the area. Set amidst lush green surroundings, Petrino Beach Restaurant invites you to savor a meal with friends in a charming ambiance. The rustic wooden interiors add to the restaurant's cozy atmosphere, creating a relaxing dining experience.

Situated just steps away from the beautiful Aegean Sea and the expansive sandy beach of Μaragkas, Petrino Restaurant is an ideal spot for a delightful dinner. The menu features a selection of Greek and Mediterranean dishes, including fresh seafood delicacies, alongside other tempting options. With its scenic setting and delectable cuisine, Petrino Beach Restaurant undoubtedly ranks among the top dining destinations along the beach.

Seafood
Mediterranean
Greek
Notes to sailors
  • Alternative anchorage: Prokopis Bay (37°02.2′N, 25°21.8′E). It's located approximately 3 nautical miles south of Naxos Port. Positioned windward of Prokopis Cape. You can anchor in 6 meters of water. The bottom is sandy. It provides good shelter from the Meltemi, but this bay is always somewhat choppy.

  • Kouroupa Bay (36°58.2′N, 25°23.8′E) is another alternative but uncomfortable due to the Meltemi.


  • Located on the southeastern side of the island, Kalando Bay (36°56′N, 25°28.3′E) provides good protection from the Meltemi despite being windy. It has a sandy bottom. You can anchor in 5 meters of water.

4

Paros

Paros is an island at the center of the Cyclades island group. Combining modern with traditional elements in the most unique way, it is a mix of traditional Cycladic architecture, vivid nightlife, magical beaches, enchanting rural villages and historical monuments.

Beaches of Paradise

Paros beckons with its pristine beaches, each more enchanting than the last. Sink your toes into soft golden sands at Golden Beach or embrace the vibrant beach culture at Santa Maria Beach. Whether you're seeking serenity or excitement, Paros offers a coastal haven for every traveler.

Cultural Delights

Explore Paros' rich history and vibrant culture as you wander through charming villages adorned with whitewashed buildings and cobblestone streets. Discover ancient ruins, Byzantine churches, and traditional windmills that paint a picture of the island's storied past.

Water Adventures

Dive into the crystal-clear waters surrounding Paros and embark on a thrilling aquatic adventure. From windsurfing and kiteboarding to snorkeling and diving, there's no shortage of ways to experience the magic of the Aegean Sea.

Gastronomic Pleasures

Indulge your senses in Paros' delectable culinary scene, where fresh seafood, locally sourced produce, and traditional Greek flavors take center stage. The most picturesque cafe in Paros is located in the picturesque village of Lefkes. Savor mouthwatering dishes at seaside tavernas and quaint cafes.

Charming Villages

Experience the laid-back island lifestyle in Paros' picturesque villages, where time seems to stand still. Wander through narrow alleyways, browse artisan shops, and immerse yourself in the warm embrace of Greek hospitality. With this the two main villages of Paros and the places where the heart of the island’s nightlife beats are Parikia and Naoussa. Full of traditional taverns, luxurious restaurants and sophisticated bars, Parikia and Naoussa overflow with young crowds every night during summer. 

Paros invites you to discover a world of timeless beauty, endless adventure, and unforgettable experiences. Come and experience the magic of this Cycladic paradise.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 2 days
Editor's Photos
Nearby Attractions
Explore Naoussa and Parikia
4.9

Visiting the delightful villages of Naoussa and Parikia in Paros is like stepping into a vibrant postcard of Greek island life. Naoussa, a quaint fishing village, captivates visitors with its scenic harbor where colorful fishing boats bob in the water, creating a picturesque backdrop. The village streets are lined with charming cafes, tavernas, and small shops, offering a perfect blend of relaxation and exploration. You can enjoy fresh seafood, wander around the narrow alleys, or simply sit by the water and soak in the serene atmosphere. In contrast, Parikia, the bustling capital of Paros, combines the charm of Cycladic architecture with the energy of a lively town. Its old town area is a labyrinth of white-washed buildings and blue-domed churches, leading to the historic Panagia Ekatontapiliani, a magnificent Byzantine church dating back to the 4th century. The church is not only a spiritual center but also an architectural marvel, offering a glimpse into the island's rich history. Parikia's market streets buzz with activity, inviting visitors to explore the local shops and markets. The contrast between Naoussa's tranquil charm and Parikia's vibrant energy provides a well-rounded experience of the island's culture and beauty.

Culture
Wine Tasting in Paros
4.9

Paros, with its rich soil and ideal climate, is a hidden gem for wine enthusiasts. The island's wineries produce some exceptional wines that capture the essence of the Cycladic terroir. A wine tasting tour in Paros offers an opportunity to explore the unique varieties of grapes grown on the island, such as the Monemvasia and Mandilaria, and to understand the traditional and modern methods of winemaking. Visitors can tour the vineyards, often set in picturesque locations, and learn directly from the winemakers about the process from grape to bottle. The tasting sessions allow you to sample a range of wines, each with its distinct flavor profile, from crisp whites to robust reds. Some wineries also pair their wines with local delicacies, offering a complete sensory experience. In addition to tasting, these tours provide insights into the history of winemaking in the Cyclades and the cultural significance of wine in Greek society. Whether you're a wine connoisseur or a casual enthusiast, a wine tasting experience in Paros is not only educational but also a delightful way to spend an afternoon, enjoying the flavors and beauty of this Aegean island.

Wine Tasting
Aquatic Adventures in Paros
4.9

Paros is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts, offering some of the best conditions in the Aegean Sea. The island's beaches, especially Golden Beach and New Golden Beach, are renowned for their ideal windsurfing and kitesurfing conditions. These beaches attract both beginners and experienced surfers alike, with their consistent winds and clear, shallow waters. Many local centers offer lessons and equipment rentals, making it easy for everyone to join in the fun. Apart from windsurfing and kitesurfing, sailing is another popular activity, with the calm seas around Paros providing perfect conditions for both experienced sailors and those looking to learn. For those who love the underwater world, diving and snorkeling in Paros are must-do activities. The island's crystal-clear waters are home to a diverse marine life and fascinating underwater landscapes, including caves, wrecks, and reefs. Beginners can take diving lessons at certified diving schools, while seasoned divers can explore more challenging sites. Swimming in the turquoise waters of Paros is a joy in itself, offering a refreshing break from the warm Mediterranean sun. Whether you're seeking the thrill of windsurfing, the adventure of diving, or the relaxation of a leisurely swim, Paros offers an abundance of water sports and activities to suit all tastes and skill levels.

Water Sports
Nearby Restaurants
Stou Fred
4.9

Renowned for his culinary expeditions around the world, chef Fred Chesneau has chosen the enchanting island of Paros as the canvas for his latest gastronomic venture, infusing the locale with a distinctly French culinary flair. Nestled within a captivating garden brimming with blooms, where white wrought-iron furnishings add a touch of elegance, this dining haven offers an intimate experience, limited to just twenty-two fortunate patrons each evening. Here, guests are invited to embark on an extraordinary gastronomic odyssey, guided by a weekly evolving menu that showcases the finest seasonal ingredients sourced from the local environs. This unique culinary journey promises to transport diners from the charming shores of Paros to the sophisticated boulevards of Paris, with detours through the vibrant streets of Bangkok and the bustling heart of Tokyo.

French
Asian
Fusion
Taverna Mouragio
4.9

Mouragio Restaurant, nestled in the serene village of Aliki, stands as a beloved family-owned establishment, proudly serving patrons for three decades. Perched by the tranquil waters, diners are greeted with breathtaking views and invigorating sea breezes.

Exuding a sense of tranquility, Mouragio Restaurant embraces a laid-back ambiance. With years of culinary expertise, their menu reflects a harmonious blend of practiced precision and time-honored tradition. The unassuming decor and rustic charm echo the humble essence of this cherished eatery.

Aegean
Parostià Restaurant
4.9
Nestled along the beachfront, Parostià derives its name from the traditional stone ovens found in Parian homes. Radiating vibrancy and joy, Parostià Restaurant serves as the quintessential destination for both lunch and dinner, offering a rich tapestry of Parian, Greek, and Mediterranean culinary traditions in a laid-back yet generous atmosphere right by the sea. The gastronomic experience at Parostià is overseen by acclaimed Greek chef Yiannis Kiorohlou, whose culinary prowess has graced the kitchens of Michelin-starred establishments across Europe, such as La Guérite Restaurant and La Petite Maison in Cannes. 
Mediterranean
Greek
Mr. E Restaurant
4.9

In the picturesque Kolympithres area of Naousa, nestled within the esteemed Parilio Hotel, awaits a culinary gem honored with the prestigious Traveller's Choice Award: Mr. E Restaurant. Embodying the essence of luxury, Mr. E offers an exquisite dining experience set amidst serene surroundings, adorned with verdant foliage and bathed in natural light.

At the helm of Mr. E is Executive Chef Alexandros Tsiotinis, renowned for his innovative approach to traditional local recipes, infusing them with a modern and creative flair. The result is a menu that tantalizes the taste buds and delights the senses with each expertly crafted dish. Complementing the culinary delights is an extensive Drink List featuring an impressive selection of signature cocktails, premium spirits, fine wines, and champagnes. 

Mediterranean
Greek
Sigi Ikthios
4.9

Nestled along the charming cobblestone promenade of Naoussa's picturesque harbor, The Silence of the Fish, known as "Sigi Ihthios" in Greek, invites guests to indulge in a culinary journey amidst the serene ambiance of the seaside setting. 

Specializing in Greek cuisine, the restaurant offers a diverse menu featuring both traditional Greek favorites and innovative interpretations of classic dishes. Freshly caught fish takes center stage, prepared to perfection and bursting with flavor straight from the net.

Guests are invited to peek behind the scenes with a stroll through the kitchen, where the skilled hands of Master Chef Uri bring culinary creations to life. Whether enjoying a leisurely lunch or a sumptuous dinner, Sigi Ikthios promises an unforgettable gastronomic adventure filled with the freshest ingredients and the warm hospitality of the Greek Isles.

Seafood
Mediterranean
Greek
Notes to sailors
  • Be aware of the many low-lying rocks and reefs during your approach to either Parikia or Naoussa.

  • The Antiparos Canal is very shallow. In anything but calm weather it is better to approach channel anchorages from the south.


  • Moor stern-to in the Yacht Quay in Parikia paying particular attention to the boulders near the quay 3 meters on the outside of west end less further east. The bottom is sand and weed — good holding.


5

Santorini

Santorini invites you to experience a journey of discovery and indulgence, where every moment is filled with beauty, wonder, and unparalleled luxury.

Iconic Beauty

Santorini is renowned for its iconic whitewashed buildings, cascading down the rugged cliffs overlooking the azure waters of the caldera. Explore charming villages perched on volcanic cliffs, adorned with blue-domed churches and narrow cobblestone streets, creating a postcard-perfect backdrop at every turn.

Spectacular Sunsets

Prepare to be mesmerized by Santorini's legendary sunsets, painting the sky with hues of orange, pink, and gold. Along the border of the caldera you’ll come across the renowned villages of Oia - the whole village looks like a work of art as the houses are carved into the lava rock - Imerovigli and Firostefani, which are the best spots for you to get your sunset views. Whether you're sipping cocktails in Oia, dining in Fira, or lounging on a cliffside terrace, each sunset offers a magical moment that will stay with you forever.

Gastronomic Delights

Savor the flavors of Santorini's rich culinary heritage, where fresh seafood, locally sourced produce, and traditional Greek recipes tantalize your taste buds. Dine alfresco at seaside tavernas, sampling mouthwatering dishes paired with local wines as you soak in the island's enchanting ambiance.

Adventure Awaits

Embark on exhilarating adventures, from hiking along scenic trails to exploring hidden coves and volcanic beaches. Dive into the crystal-clear waters for snorkeling and scuba diving, or sail around the caldera on a private yacht, discovering secret caves and secluded spots along the way.

Cultural Immersion

Immerse yourself in Santorini's vibrant culture and history as you wander through ancient ruins, archaeological sites, and museums. Fira, the island’s busy capital, sprawls north into villages called Firostefani and Imerovigli . A path running through these villages is lined with upmarket hotels, restaurant terraces and endless photo opportunities. Learn about the island's rich heritage, from its Minoan roots to its Byzantine influences, and discover the stories that have shaped this captivating destination.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 2 days
Editor's Photos
Nearby Attractions
Santorini Wine Odyssey
4.9

Embarking on a wine tour in Santorini is not just about tasting exquisite wines, but it's also a journey through the unique viticulture and history of this stunning volcanic island. Santorini is renowned for its exceptional wines, especially the crisp, dry whites and the sweet dessert wine, Vinsanto, both made primarily from the Assyrtiko grape. The island's volcanic soil and microclimate contribute to the distinct flavor profile of its wines.

Your wine odyssey can take you through several renowned wineries scattered across Santorini's picturesque landscape. Each winery has its own story and methods, from ancient traditional techniques to modern, state-of-the-art processes. You'll learn about the island's unique "basket" vine pruning, where vines are woven into basket shapes close to the ground, protecting them from strong winds and intense sun.

During the tour, experts will guide you through the tasting process, helping you appreciate the complexity and nuances of each wine. Pairings with local delicacies like sun-dried tomatoes, capers, and a variety of cheeses enhance the experience, making it a delight for all the senses.

Besides the wine, the tour offers a chance to enjoy Santorini's breathtaking views, with its blue-domed churches, whitewashed buildings, and dramatic caldera vistas serving as a backdrop. A Santorini wine tour is a must for anyone looking to immerse themselves in the island's culture and indulge in some of the finest wines Greece has to offer.

Wine Tour
Museum of Prehistoric Thera
4.9

The Museum of Prehistoric Thera in Santorini offers a captivating glimpse into the ancient history of the Aegean islands. This museum is a treasure trove of artifacts from the Bronze Age civilization that thrived on Santorini, particularly from the archaeological site of Akrotiri, a Minoan Bronze Age settlement that was preserved in volcanic ash.

As you walk through the museum, you'll encounter a fascinating collection of pottery, frescoes, tools, and artifacts that paint a vivid picture of life in ancient Thera. The wall paintings, or frescoes, are particularly noteworthy. These stunning artworks depict various aspects of ancient life and are celebrated for their artistic beauty and detailed representation of the Minoan culture. Some of the most famous frescoes, like the "Fisherman" fresco and the "Blue Monkeys" fresco, are highlights of the collection.

In addition to the frescoes, the museum displays a range of objects from everyday life, including pottery vessels, tools, and weapons, which provide insight into the daily activities, trade, and social structure of the ancient Therans. The advanced level of craftsmanship and artistry evident in these objects is a testament to the sophistication of the Minoan civilization.

The Museum of Prehistoric Thera doesn't just showcase relics; it tells a story of a civilization that flourished thousands of years ago and then vanished under the volcanic ash. This museum is a must-visit for anyone interested in archaeology, history, or just looking to understand more about the rich heritage of Santorini and the ancient Aegean world.

Museum
Capturing the Essence of Santorini
4.9

Santorini, with its iconic whitewashed buildings, stunning sunsets, and dramatic landscapes, is a dream destination for photographers. Whether you're a professional photographer or an enthusiastic amateur, a photography tour in Santorini is an incredible way to capture the beauty of the island.

Joining a guided photography tour provides the advantage of an expert's knowledge. Guides often know the best times and locations to capture the perfect shot, from the famous blue-domed churches of Oia to the less-traveled paths where hidden gems await. They can help you find the right angles and lighting to truly bring out the magic of the island in your photos.

These tours can take you to see the iconic sights of Santorini, like the caldera view, the charming streets of Fira and Imerovigli, and the ancient ruins of Akrotiri. Beyond these well-known spots, guides can also lead you to quaint villages, local wineries, and stunning viewpoints that are off the beaten path, offering a more authentic glimpse of the island.

For those who prefer to explore on their own, Santorini's diverse landscape provides endless opportunities. You can capture the vibrant hues of the sunrise and sunset, the contrast of the stark white buildings against the deep blue sea, and the everyday life of this enchanting island.

Regardless of your choice, a photography tour in Santorini is more than just a chance to take beautiful pictures; it's an opportunity to immerse yourself in the island's atmosphere and create lasting memories through your lens. It's an experience that combines art, adventure, and the awe-inspiring beauty of one of the most photographed places in the world.

Photography Tour
Nearby Restaurants
Vezene
4.9
Vezene Restaurant in Santorini offers a dining experience where modern chic meets the rustic charm of Greece. The setting is a stunning amalgamation of natural beauty and elegant design, with tables overlooking a breathtaking panorama of the Aegean Sea, accentuated by the warm hues of the setting sun. The restaurant's interior reflects a sophisticated yet cozy atmosphere, with unique lighting fixtures that cast a soft glow over beautifully presented dishes. The cuisine promises a Greek-inspired journey through flavors, prepared with a contemporary touch that respects the traditional roots. Dining at Vezene is not just about the food; it's an immersive experience where each element, from the view to the ambiance to the culinary delights, is carefully curated to create lasting memories.
Greek
Panigyri Restaurant
4.9
Panigyri Restaurant in Santorini epitomizes the essence of Greek hospitality and culinary excellence. Nestled amidst the whitewashed buildings and cobblestone streets of this picturesque island, Panigyri offers a dining experience that is as memorable as the sunsets over the Aegean Sea. As you step into the restaurant, you're greeted by an atmosphere that blends traditional charm with modern sophistication. The warm Mediterranean breeze and the soft glow of candlelight create an inviting ambiance, inviting guests to indulge in a feast for the senses. From the moment you take your seat, you're transported on a culinary journey through the flavors of Santorini and the wider Greek region. Each dish is a masterpiece, meticulously crafted using the freshest local ingredients and inspired by centuries-old recipes passed down through generations. Whether savoring the delicate flavors of grilled seafood, indulging in rich moussaka, or delighting in a refreshing Greek salad, every bite is a celebration of Greece's rich culinary heritage. With its breathtaking views, warm hospitality, and exquisite cuisine, Panigyri Restaurant is a true gem on the island of Santorini, where every meal becomes a cherished memory.
Greek
Lava Taverna
4.9

Lava Taverna, situated in the heart of Santorini, offers an enchanting dining experience infused with the island's volcanic charm and Mediterranean allure. As you step into the taverna, you're greeted by a warm and inviting atmosphere, where whitewashed walls adorned with local artwork create a sense of rustic elegance. The ambiance is complemented by panoramic views of the azure sea and the dramatic caldera cliffs, providing a breathtaking backdrop for your culinary journey. At Lava Taverna, every dish is a celebration of Santorini's rich culinary heritage, showcasing the freshest local ingredients and traditional recipes passed down through generations. From succulent grilled seafood to hearty moussaka and vibrant Greek salads, each bite is a symphony of flavors that transports you to the sun-kissed shores of the Aegean. Whether dining al fresco on the charming terrace or cozying up indoors, Lava Taverna promises an unforgettable dining experience where every moment is infused with the magic of Santorini.

Greek
Notes to sailors
  • Approaches to Santorini are straightforward with no dangers as the waters are very deep. The exception is the approach to the marina.

  • There are many reefs at the entrance to the marina. Approach it from the West.

6

Anafi

Anafi is a small, peaceful island in Greece, perfect for a calm holiday. It's not crowded, so it feels like a private paradise.
Beautiful Beaches
The island has lovely beaches like Roukounas, with soft sand and clear water. It's great for swimming or just relaxing in the sun. There are also hidden spots along the coast for more privacy.
Simple Village Life
Chora, the main village, is on a hill with beautiful sea views. Walking through its streets, you'll see white houses and small cafes. Here, you can try tasty local food and meet friendly people.
A Bit of History
Anafi has some old ruins, like a temple for Apollo, showing its ancient past. There are also old churches to see, each with its charm.
Nature and Hiking
The island is great for walking, with paths showing its natural beauty. You can see amazing views and unique rocks like the big Kalamos rock.
Anafi: Your Quiet Corner
Anafi is perfect if you want a peaceful place with beautiful nature, simple life, and a warm welcome. It's a little island where you can relax.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for days
Editor's Photos
Nearby Attractions
The Church of Panagia Kalamiotissa
4.9

The Church of Panagia Kalamiotissa is a significant historical and religious landmark on the island of Anafi. Here's some information about its importance, along with ways to highlight it for visitors:

Historical Significance:

  • Ancient Foundations: Panagia Kalamiotissa is built atop the ruins of an ancient temple dedicated to Apollo Aegletus (Apollo the Radiant). This showcases the island's long history and connection to ancient Greek traditions.
  • Byzantine Era Construction: The church itself dates back to the Byzantine era, showcasing beautiful architecture and elements typical of the time.
  • Important Pilgrimage Site: Panagia Kalamiotissa is a significant pilgrimage site dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Every year, a grand festival takes place on September 8th to celebrate the Nativity of the Virgin.

Visitor Experience:

  • The Climb: The church sits atop Mount Kalamos, offering a scenic hike with breathtaking views of Anafi and the surrounding Aegean Sea.
  • Peaceful Atmosphere: Visitors can experience the tranquility and spiritual significance of the church, taking in its architecture, religious icons, and the island landscape.
  • Island Landmark: The whitewashed church, perched dramatically on the mountaintop, is an iconic symbol of Anafi, visible from many spots on the island.
History
Agioi Anargyroi Beach
4.9

Agioi Anargyroi Beach (Paros):

  • Location: This charming beach sits on the northern coast of Paros, close to the vibrant town of Naoussa.
  • Features: Agioi Anargyroi offers sandy shores, pristine waters, and a mix of organized and secluded areas.
  • Atmosphere: Known for being slightly less crowded than some of Paros's other beaches, making it ideal for those seeking a bit more tranquility.
Beach
Livoskopos Beach
4.9

Livoskopos Beach: Discover Anafi's Hidden Gem

  • Embrace Seclusion & Serenity: Livoskopos Beach is a breathtaking oasis of untouched natural beauty. Its secluded location on the northeastern coast of Anafi offers a tranquil escape from the bustle of everyday life.

  • Pristine Shores & Crystal Waters:  Step onto soft, golden sands and immerse yourself in crystal-clear turquoise waters. Livoskopos is the perfect haven for swimming, sunbathing, and reveling in the island's unspoiled charm.

  • An Adventurer's Delight:  Reach Livoskopos by a scenic hiking trail (approximately a 1-hour walk) or by boat, adding a touch of adventure to your experience. The reward is an idyllic beach all to yourself.

  • Authentic Greek Island Experience: Livoskopos embodies the essence of Anafi: raw beauty, a slower pace of life, and a profound connection with nature.

Beach
Nearby Restaurants
Margarita's Restaurant
4.9

Margarita: Experience the Authentic Flavors of Anafi

  • Simple Pleasures, Unforgettable Taste: At Margarita, we embrace the beauty of traditional Greek cuisine. Our dishes are crafted with the freshest local ingredients and time-honored recipes, bursting with the flavors of the Aegean Sea.

  • A Warm Welcome Awaits: Step into our cozy taverna and become part of our family. Relax with friendly service, a convivial atmosphere, and let the gentle rhythm of island life wash over you.

  • Dine with a View: Savor your meal amidst the breathtaking panorama of Anafi's rugged beauty. Our terrace offers stunning views of the sea and surrounding hills, creating a dining experience to cherish.

  • Escape the Ordinary: Leave the hustle and bustle behind and discover the simple joys of life at Margarita. Here, time slows down, and all that matters is the taste of good food, the warmth of good company, and the timeless charm of Anafi.

SeaFood
Greek
Steki Restaurant
4.9

Savor Authenticity at To Steki: Where Anafi's Bounty Meets Your Plate

In the heart of Anafi's charming Chora, nestled amongst whitewashed houses and cobblestone streets, lies To Steki – a haven of traditional Cycladic cuisine.  This year-round gem welcomes you with open arms, satisfying even the most discerning palates.

Experience the True Taste of the Islands:

  • Dive into authentic flavors: At To Steki, you'll embark on a culinary journey through the Cyclades. Indulge in hearty stews, the freshest seafood caught daily, and an array of delightful options like lobster, octopus, and more (available upon request).
  • Farm-to-Table Freshness: Savor the essence of Anafi in every bite. Locally sourced vegetables, grown with care by the restaurant itself, find their way into each dish, bursting with flavor and freshness.
  • The Perfect Pairing: Elevate your dining experience with a selection of local, red, white, or rosé wines. Each sip complements the exquisite flavors of the meal, creating a truly harmonious experience.
  • A Feast for the Senses: Let your taste buds dance while your eyes feast on the breathtaking scenery. To Steki boasts stunning views, making every meal an unforgettable occasion.
wine
Seafood
Liotrivi Restaurant
4.9

Liotrivi: A Culinary Journey Through Time in Anafi

Step back in time and savor the authentic flavors of Anafi at Liotrivi, a family-owned gem nestled within one of the island's oldest oil mills. For over a century, this historic space nurtured the island's bounty; today, it's your gateway to a culinary experience steeped in tradition.

Taste Tradition with a View:

  • Where History Meets Flavor: The former oil production room is now the heart of the restaurant, preserving a unique piece of Anafi's heritage. An oil press from the 1930s serves as a testament to the building's legacy.
  • Panoramic Delights: Savor breathtaking views of the sea and mountains from Liotrivi's hillside perch. Enjoy both indoor and outdoor seating, surrounded by classic Cycladic charm and vibrant murals.
  • Fresh from Sea to Table: Our menu celebrates the Mediterranean, with a focus on the day's freshest seafood. Locally grown ingredients, handpicked from our gardens and lovingly prepared, promise a true farm-to-table experience.
  • Island Wines & Traditional Treats: Complement your meal with exquisite local wines or other traditional beverages. Indulge in a delightful array of salads, starters, and vegetarian options, showcasing the bounty of Anafi.

Liotrivi isn't just a meal; it's a journey through Anafi's heritage, flavors, and the warmth of family tradition.

Seafood
7

Astypalea

Astypalea, a pristine island nestled in the heart of the Aegean Sea, is a treasure trove of natural beauty and authentic Greek culture. With its picturesque landscapes, crystal-clear waters, and charming villages, this island is a must-visit for travelers seeking an unforgettable Greek experience.

Unspoiled Beauty Astypalea's unspoiled beaches, such as Livadi, Vatses, and Kaminakia, offer visitors a chance to relax and unwind in a serene setting. The island's rugged coastline is dotted with secluded coves and caves waiting to be explored. For those seeking adventure, the island's diverse terrain is perfect for hiking, biking, and exploring.

Charming Villages With their whitewashed houses, narrow streets, and traditional tavernas, these villages offer visitors a glimpse into the authentic Greek way of life.

Historical Sites Astypalea is home to several historical sites, including castles, and churches. The historical sites offer visitors a chance to learn about the island's fascinating past and its importance in Greek history.

Culinary Delights Astypalea's cuisine is a reflection of its rich history and diverse culture. The island is also known for its delicious local wines and cheeses.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for days
Editor's Photos
Nearby Attractions
Chora and Venetian Castle
4.9

Explore the Chora and Venetian Castle:

  • Lose yourself in the labyrinthine charm of Astypalea's Chora. Let the whitewashed houses, blooming bougainvillea, and charming shops guide your exploration. As you wander, discover hidden chapels, cozy cafes, and breathtaking glimpses of the sea.
  • Ascend to the imposing Venetian Castle, a testament to the island's rich history. Imagine knights patrolling its fortified walls as you soak in unparalleled views of the Aegean and surrounding islands. Within the castle, explore the Church of Panagia Portaitissa, renowned for its intricate architecture and sacred icons.
History
Beach Adventure Astypalea
4.9

Embark on an Unforgettable Beach Adventure:

  • Astypalea is a beach lover's paradise! Let the warmth of the sun and the gentle rhythm of the waves wash over you as you indulge in the simple pleasures of a seaside escape.
  • Kaminakia Beach offers soft sands, inviting waters, and a family-friendly vibe. Livadi Beach is known for its excellent tavernas serving fresh seafood. Vatses Beach, more secluded, provides a tranquil haven for swimming and sunbathing.
Beach
Ancient Ruins & Panoramic Wonders Astypalea
4.9

Hike to Discover Ancient Ruins & Panoramic Wonders:

  • Astypalea's varied terrain offers stunning hiking opportunities. Follow well-marked trails through valleys, up hillsides, and along the coast, each step revealing a new perspective on the island.
  • Journey to the mysterious Drakotrypa, a prehistoric cave filled with otherworldly stalactites and stalagmites formed over millennia. Imagine the lives of those who sought shelter here centuries ago.
  • For an unforgettable panorama, challenge yourself with a hike to Astypalea's highest point. Your reward will be a 360-degree view of the island, surrounding islets, and the endless expanse of the Aegean stretching towards the horizon.
Hike
Nearby Restaurants
Akti Astypalea
4.9

Escape to a world of seaside enchantment at Akti Astypalea. Let the gentle rhythm of the waves and stunning Aegean vistas set the stage for an unforgettable dining experience. Indulge in the freshest seafood, caught daily by local fishermen and transformed into culinary masterpieces that honor the bounty of the island. As the sun dips below the horizon, savor each bite amidst the warm glow of lanterns, creating a truly magical atmosphere.

More than a meal, Akti Astypalea is an invitation to immerse yourself in the simple pleasures of life by the sea.

Seafood
Agoni Grammi Astypalea
4.9

Discover a taste of Astypalea's soul at Agoni Grammi, where time-honored recipes, warm smiles, and a cozy atmosphere create an unforgettable experience. This family-run taverna embraces the simple joys of Greek cuisine—fresh ingredients, lovingly prepared dishes, and the lively spirit of sharing a meal with loved ones.

Imagine stepping into a welcoming space filled with the enticing aromas of herbs and spices. Settle into a table adorned with a checkered tablecloth, and let the friendly staff guide you through a menu showcasing generations of culinary tradition. Savor hearty moussaka, tangy stuffed grape leaves, and flavorful grilled meats, all made with the freshest local produce.

As laughter and conversation fill the air, raise a glass of raki or local wine in celebration of life's simple pleasures. Agoni Grammi isn't just a meal; it's a journey into the warmth of Greek hospitality, where every guest becomes part of the family.

Taverna
Astifagia Restaurant
4.9

Unwind and Savor at Astifagia Astypalea: Your Home Away From Home

Escape the hustle and bustle of your day and discover a haven of relaxation at Astifagia Astypalea. This charming restaurant welcomes you with open arms, offering a tranquil setting perfect for lingering over a leisurely meal with friends or family.

Imagine yourself sinking into a comfortable chair on our inviting terrace, the gentle Aegean breeze carrying the scent of the sea. As you take in the breathtaking views (mention the specific view if applicable - sunset, harbor, etc.), let the worries of the world melt away.

Our dedicated staff is passionate about creating a warm and friendly atmosphere where you can truly feel at ease. Whether you're catching up with loved ones or making new memories with fellow travelers, Astifagia fosters a sense of community and belonging.

But the true star of the show is our delectable cuisine. We prepare each dish with the freshest local ingredients, ensuring an authentic taste of Astypalea with every bite. From succulent, flame-grilled seafood to hearty meat dishes and vibrant salads, our menu offers something to tantalize every taste bud.

So, come join us at Astifagia Astypalea. Let us take you on a culinary journey paired with unparalleled hospitality. We guarantee an experience that will leave you feeling relaxed, rejuvenated, and wanting to come back for more.

Seafood
8

Nisyros

Nisyros Island beckons travelers to explore its volcanic landscapes, charming villages, and pristine beaches. Discover the allure of this hidden gem, and embark on a journey of wonder and adventure.

Volcanic Wonders

Step into a world of geological marvels as you explore the volcanic craters and thermal springs that dot the island. Visit the iconic Stefanos Crater, where you can witness the raw power of nature and marvel at the otherworldly landscapes that surround you.

Authentic Greek Charm

Wander through the narrow streets of Mandraki, Nisyros' main town, and soak up the authentic Greek atmosphere. Admire the traditional whitewashed buildings adorned with colorful bougainvillea, and mingle with friendly locals at quaint tavernas and cafes.

Seaside Bliss

Relax and unwind on Nisyros' beautiful beaches, where golden sands meet crystal-clear waters. Whether you're lounging in the sun, snorkeling in the azure sea, or enjoying water sports activities, Nisyros offers the perfect coastal escape.

Cultural Treasures 

Immerse yourself in the island's rich history and culture. Explore the ancient ruins of the Acropolis of Paleokastro, wander through the labyrinthine streets of Pali, and discover the island's Byzantine heritage.

Gastronomic Delights 

Indulge your senses with the flavors of Nisyros' traditional cuisine, featuring fresh seafood, locally sourced produce, and aromatic herbs and spices. Savor the taste of authentic Greek dishes at family-run tavernas and seaside restaurants overlooking the sparkling sea.

Adventure Awaits

Embark on outdoor adventures and discover the natural beauty of Nisyros, through hiking, biking, and exploration. Traverse scenic trails that wind through verdant valleys, rugged mountains, and picturesque villages, offering panoramic views of the island's stunning landscapes.

Whether you're seeking relaxation, adventure, or cultural immersion, Nisyros promises an unforgettable experience for travelers of all interests. 

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
Editor's Photos
Nearby Attractions
Mandraki Beach
4.9

Mandraki Beach, nestled on the charming island of Nisyros in the Aegean Sea, is a picturesque haven renowned for its natural beauty and tranquil ambiance. With its pristine golden sands and crystal-clear turquoise waters, Mandraki Beach offers visitors a perfect retreat to unwind and soak up the Mediterranean sun.

Surrounded by rugged cliffs and lush greenery, Mandraki Beach provides a stunning backdrop for sunbathing, swimming, and enjoying water sports. Whether you're seeking adventure or relaxation, this idyllic beach caters to all preferences, offering opportunities for snorkeling, diving, and exploring the underwater wonders of the Aegean Sea.

Beach
Entertainment
Activity
Ecclesiastical Museum
4.9

Ecclesiastical Museum offers visitors a fascinating glimpse into the island's rich religious heritage. Housed within a historic building, the museum showcases a diverse collection of religious artifacts, icons, and artwork dating back several centuries. From intricately crafted Orthodox icons to ornate religious vestments and ceremonial objects, the museum provides insight into the island's deep-rooted traditions and cultural significance. Visitors can explore exhibits highlighting the role of religion in Nisyros' history and discover the unique artistic styles and influences that have shaped the island's religious practices over the years.

History
Natura Nisyriana
4.9

A prominent Greek enterprise, renowned for its dedication to organic products, offers a diverse range of artisanal delights crafted from locally sourced fruits and aromatic spices. From exquisite homemade beverages to delectable spoon sweets and jams, as well as a selection of premium capers, honey infused with thyme, and fine wines, the company prides itself on delivering exceptional quality with each product.

Shopping
Nearby Restaurants
Irini's Restaurant
4.9

Irini's Restaurant, located in the traditional village of Mandraki, offers a delightful array of authentic Greek recipes crafted with care and expertise. From tender meats to succulent seafood, vibrant salads to flavorful meze treats, each dish is lovingly prepared using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Set in a serene environment, diners can relish their meal in the tranquil shade beneath the rustling leaves of verdant trees, enjoying both the delicious cuisine and the refreshing island breeze.

Greek
Mediterranean
Geusea Restaurant
4.9

Geusea Restaurant offers a culinary journey amidst stunning sea views. Specializing in both fresh seafood and traditional Greek cuisine, Geusea tantalizes the taste buds with an array of flavorful dishes. Beyond its delectable menu, Geusea Restaurant prides itself on its visually appealing presentation, with each dish crafted to perfection. The artful presentation enhances the dining experience, creating a feast for both the palate and the eyes.

Greek
Mediterranean
Aphrodite Restaurant
4.9

Aphrodite at Nisyros is a well-maintained and efficient restaurant that caters to families and large groups. The attentive waitstaff pays careful attention to details, such as accommodating allergies. The menu offers a wide variety of delicious options, including excellent lamb chops and calamari. They also have vegan-friendly dishes and free wifi available. Seafoods, served with Orzo and a subtle touch of Ouzo, are particularly delightful.

Greek
Seafood
Mediterranean
To Balconi tou Emporeiou
4.9

Balcony of Emporeios, situated on the edge of Nisyros' volcanic caldera, serves as a haven for those passionate about genuine Greek cuisine. For over two decades, this unique tavern has been celebrated not just as a tourist destination, but as a culinary ambassador, showcasing the rich flavors and aromas of traditional Greek island fare. With a steadfast commitment to quality, both in taste and service, the Balcony of Emporeios offers an unforgettable dining experience for visitors of all ages and tastes. Whether you're savoring classic Greek dishes or exploring new culinary delights, every moment spent on our balcony is a celebration of the vibrant spirit and flavors of the Greek islands.

Greek
Notes to sailors
  • Mandraki is the commercial harbor of Nisyros. When the ferry boat from Kos arrives the day-trip boats exit the harbor   because there is not enough space. Yachts are discouraged in Mandraki. In this respect Pali is better.

  • The approach to Pali should be from the north, avoiding the extensive shoals in the bay immediately east of the harbor. You are turning the beam on to the prevailing wind and swell to enter and care is needed if a strong meltemi is blowing.

  • While approaching the small island of Yiali be aware that about 0.5 nM SW of the island there is an underwater reef.

9

Kos

Kos, a captivating island gem nestled in the azure embrace of the Aegean Sea. With its rich history, sun-kissed beaches, and vibrant culture, Kos invites you to embark on an unforgettable journey where ancient wonders meet modern charm.

Historical Marvels

Step back in time as you explore the historic wonders of Kos. The Asklepion, an ancient healing center, stands as a testament to the island's rich heritage. Wander through the medieval streets of Kos Town, where the Castle of the Knights and the Tree of Hippocrates weave tales of a bygone era. History comes alive in every corner of Kos.

Sun-Drenched Beaches

Kos boasts a coastline adorned with sun-drenched beaches, each offering a unique paradise for sun seekers. From the golden sands of Tigaki to the crystal-clear waters of Agios Stefanos, every beach invites you to unwind and soak up the Aegean rays. Explore hidden coves and let the gentle waves serenade you into relaxation.

Cosmopolitan Vibes in Kos Town

Kos Town, the island's vibrant capital, exudes a cosmopolitan charm. Stroll along the palm-lined waterfront, where lively cafes, charming boutiques, and traditional tavernas create a lively atmosphere. The Eleftherias Square is a hub of activity, perfect for indulging in Greek delicacies or sipping a refreshing frappe.

Cycling Adventures

Discover the beauty of Kos on two wheels as you explore the island's extensive cycling paths. 

Thermal Springs and Natural Wonders

Rejuvenate your senses in the therapeutic embrace of Kos's thermal springs. The famous Embros Thermal Springs offer a natural spa experience, surrounded by lush greenery and panoramic views. Nature lovers can explore the Plaka Forest, a haven of biodiversity and hiking trails.

Aegean Nights and Culinary Delights

As the sun sets over the Aegean, Kos comes alive with a vibrant nightlife. Enjoy seaside dinners in Lambi, where the aroma of freshly caught seafood fills the air. Explore traditional Greek tavernas, where local delicacies and ouzo flow freely, creating an unforgettable culinary experience.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
Editor's Photos
Nearby Attractions
Paradise Beach
4.9

Paradise Beach, one of the hidden gems of Kos, lives up to its name with its breathtaking natural beauty. It mesmerizes visitors with its golden sandy beaches, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and serene atmosphere.

As soon as you step onto Paradise Beach, you are greeted by the warmth of the sun and gentle breeze, offering moments of tranquility along the pristine white shoreline. When you dip your toes into the pristine waters, you're met with a dazzling sight; the crystal clarity of the sea provides a perfect setting for swimming.

Paradise Beach is not only known for its natural beauty but also for the amenities it offers. You can relax and sunbathe by renting sun loungers and umbrellas or enjoy a refreshing swim in the sea. Additionally, water sports enthusiasts can indulge in activities such as windsurfing and jet skiing.

Beach
Activity
Ancient Gymnasium
4.9

The Ancient Gymnasium in Kos is a significant archaeological site that offers a fascinating glimpse into the island's rich history and cultural heritage. Dating back to the Hellenistic period, the Ancient Gymnasium served as a center for physical and intellectual pursuits, playing a vital role in the lives of ancient Kosians.

Located near the center of Kos Town, the Ancient Gymnasium features well-preserved ruins, including a large courtyard surrounded by colonnades, where athletes would train and compete in various athletic events, such as wrestling, boxing, and discus throwing.

History
Tigaki Beach
4.9

Tigaki Beach is one of the most popular beaches on the island of Kos, Greece. It is known for its long stretch of golden sand and shallow, crystal-clear waters, making it an ideal destination for families and beachgoers of all ages.

Located just a short drive from Kos Town, Tigaki Beach offers stunning views of the Aegean Sea and is surrounded by lush greenery, creating a picturesque setting for sunbathing and relaxation.

In addition to its natural beauty, Tigaki Beach also offers a variety of water sports activities, including windsurfing, jet skiing, and paddleboarding, making it a hub of activity for adventure seekers.

Beach
Activity
Nearby Restaurants
Oromedon Restaurant
4.9

Oromedon Tavern, nestled in the picturesque mountain village of Zia,stands as a culinary gem, revered as one of the foremost dining destinations in Kos. Its charming location amidst the scenic landscapes adds to the allure of this dining establishment. Renowned for its commitment to tradition, Oromedon Tavern offers a menu exclusively crafted from time-honored recipes.  What truly sets Oromedon apart is its dedication to preserving authenticity, with traditional dishes skillfully cooked in the warmth of a woodfire oven, infusing each bite with greek flavors and aromatic richness. The greek ambiance of the tavern, coupled with the welcoming hospitality of the staff, creates an inviting atmosphere where guests feel right at home. Whether indulging in classic favorites or exploring new culinary delights, every visit to Oromedon Tavern promises an immersion into the vibrant culinary heritage of Kos, leaving a lasting impression on all who partake in its flavorsome offerings.

Greek
Mediterranean
Petrino Restaurant
4.9

Petrino, located in the heart of Kos Town, is an elegant restaurant perfect for special occasions and romantic evenings. With a capacity to host up to 200 guests, it offers a spacious yet intimate dining experience. Petrino's menu features a delightful selection of Mediterranean dishes, beautifully prepared and complemented by an impressive wine list boasting around 120 labels. Impeccable service and attention to detail ensure that every visit to Petrino is a memorable one. Whether you're indulging in seafood, meat, or salads, Petrino promises a culinary journey filled with flavor and sophistication. With its charming ambiance and delectable cuisine, Petrino invites you to savor unforgettable moments in Kos Town.

Greek
Mediterranean
Platanos Restaurant
4.9

Platanos Restaurant has been operating since 1979 in the historic Platanos square. Housed in a fully renovated Venetian building dating back to 1935, it once served as an officers club during the period of Italian occupation. The menu at Platanos Restaurant primarily features Mediterranean and Greek cuisine options, including seafood and meat-based delicacies. All meals are prepared using only fresh ingredients to ensure high-quality dishes that tantalize the taste buds. Additionally, guests can enjoy live music performances, adding to the vibrant atmosphere of the restaurant. With its rich history, charming ambiance, and delectable cuisine, Platanos Restaurant invites diners to embark on a culinary journey through the flavors of Greece in the heart of Platanos square.

Greek
Mediterranean
H2O Restaurant
4.9

H2O stands out as a vibrant and bustling restaurant nestled in the heart of Kardamena, widely acclaimed as the most sought-after destination in Kos. From the early hours until late into the evening, H2O seamlessly transitions from a charming restaurant to a lively bar, offering a multifaceted experience for visitors.

During the serene morning hours, patrons can relish in the delights of a sumptuous Greek Breakfast, served with an array of traditional delicacies that awaken the senses and set the tone for the day ahead. As the day progresses, guests have the option to indulge in a leisurely lunch or savor a romantic dinner against the backdrop of the mesmerizing sea views.

As night falls, H2O transforms into a pulsating bar, drawing in crowds with its electrifying ambiance, loud music, and tantalizing exotic cocktails. The lively party atmosphere kicks off at midnight, igniting the streets of Kardamena with energy and excitement that lasts well into the early hours of the morning.

Greek
Bar
Notes to sailors
  • Kos Harbor is situated in a vast and shallow gulf. Accessible from a canal that extends 220 meters in the northeast direction, this canal opens into the circular anchorage section of the harbor. 

  • On the eastern shore of the canal, you will find customs and police buildings. Pay careful attention to the depth at the entrance; in some areas, underwater plate rocks rising up to 1.5 meters can be found on the harbor floor. 


  • The safest accommodation area is the eastern quay adjacent to the police and customs.


10

Kalymnos

Kalymnos is an enchanting island in the heart of the Aegean Sea, where rugged landscapes meet crystalline waters, and adventure beckons at every turn. Renowned for its world-class rock climbing, picturesque villages, and warm hospitality, Kalymnos invites you to explore a Mediterranean haven like no other.

Rock Climbing Paradise

Vertical cliffs, limestone crags, and breathtaking sea views create an adrenaline-fueled playground for climbers of all levels. The island hosts annual climbing festivals, drawing enthusiasts to conquer its challenging routes.

Idyllic Beaches and Crystal Waters

Discover Kalymnos's hidden coves and pristine beaches, where the turquoise waters of the Aegean invite you for a refreshing dip. From the sandy stretches of Myrties to the pebbled shores of Kantouni, each beach offers a tranquil escape framed by stunning coastal landscapes.

Traditional Villages and Local Charm

Explore Kalymnos's charming villages, where time seems to stand still. Pothia, the island's capital, welcomes you with vibrant neoclassical architecture and a bustling waterfront. Wander through narrow streets in Vathy, marvel at panoramic views in Panormos, and immerse yourself in the authentic island life.

Seafood Gastronomy and Greek Delicacies

Indulge your taste buds in Kalymnos's gastronomic delights, with a focus on fresh seafood and traditional Greek cuisine. Seaside tavernas in Emborios and Myrties offer an authentic dining experience, where you can savor the catch of the day and local specialties.

Sponge Diving Heritage

Kalymnos has a rich tradition of sponge diving, and you can delve into the island's maritime history at the Kalymnian Maritime Museum. 

Hiking Trails and Natural Wonders

For nature enthusiasts, Kalymnos unveils scenic hiking trails that lead to panoramic viewpoints and hidden caves. The Vathy Peninsula and Pera Castle trail promise exploration amidst the island's diverse flora and fauna, offering a different perspective of Kalymnos's natural beauty.

Dive into the magic of Kalymnos, where every moment is a new adventure waiting to unfold.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 2 days
Editor's Photos
Nearby Attractions
Arginonta Beach
4.9

Arginonta Beach, nestled on the picturesque island of Kalymnos, offers a serene escape with its pristine shores and crystal-clear waters. Located along the scenic coastline, this charming beach is renowned for its tranquil atmosphere and breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea.

Visitors to Arginonta Beach can enjoy basking in the Mediterranean sun on its soft sandy shores or take a refreshing dip in the azure waters. Surrounded by rugged cliffs and lush greenery, the beach provides a secluded retreat for those seeking relaxation and natural beauty. Arginonta Beach is also a popular destination for water sports enthusiasts, with opportunities for snorkeling, swimming, and kayaking in its calm waters. 

Activity
Beach
Monastery of Agioi Pantes
4.9

The Monastery of Agioi Pantes, located on the enchanting island of Kalymnos, is a place of spiritual significance and cultural heritage. Situated amidst the island's stunning landscape, this historic monastery dates back centuries and serves as a sacred sanctuary for worshippers and visitors alike.

Perched atop a hill overlooking the island, the Monastery of Agioi Pantes offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and the Aegean Sea.  Visitors to the monastery can explore its ancient chapels, ornate frescoes, and peaceful courtyards, gaining insight into the rich history and religious traditions of Kalymnos. 

History
Myrties Beach
4.9

Myrties Beach, nestled on the picturesque island of Kalymnos, is a captivating destination renowned for its tranquil atmosphere and breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea. With its soft sandy shores and crystal-clear waters, this idyllic beach offers the perfect setting for relaxation and rejuvenation. Visitors can soak up the Mediterranean sun, take refreshing swims in the azure waters, or simply admire the stunning scenery of rugged cliffs and lush greenery that surrounds the beach. Myrties Beach also serves as a hub for water sports enthusiasts, with opportunities for snorkeling, diving, and boat trips to nearby islands. Whether you're seeking serenity or adventure, Myrties Beach promises an unforgettable experience in paradise.

Beach
Nearby Restaurants
Prego Ristorante
4.9

Prego Restaurant, established in 2007 by Mr. Stavros Choullis, is a Mediterranean gem nestled in the breathtaking area of Massouri on the island of Kalymnos. With its stunning terrace, accommodating up to 100 guests, Prego offers a diverse selection of dishes from Greece and the Mediterranean region.

Mr. Stavros Choullis, the chef behind Prego, brings a wealth of experience to the table, having worked as a sous-chef at an Italian-oriented hotel in Rhodes for many years. His expertise in Italian cuisine shines through in the menu, which features a wide selection of pasta dishes and pizzas baked to perfection in the traditional wood-fired oven.

Beyond its delectable cuisine, Prego Restaurant is renowned for its relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Guests can unwind and enjoy their meals in a cozy and intimate setting, surrounded by the stunning natural beauty of Kalymnos.

Greek
Mediterrenian
Marinos Restaurant
4.9

Marinos Restaurant is a culinary gem known for its delicious and impeccably cooked food. Widely regarded as one of the most authentically Greek family restaurants on the island, Marinos offers the best lunchtime dining experience you can find. 

What sets Marinos apart is its commitment to serving fresh and diverse dishes every day. With no fixed menus, guests are invited to approach the counter and discover the daily offerings firsthand. From traditional Greek specialties to innovative creations, there's always something to suit every palate and preference. At Marinos, every meal is a culinary adventure, where guests can savor the true flavors of Greece in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. 

Greek
Aegean Tavern
4.9

Aegean Tavern invites you to embark on a culinary journey through Greek food culture. Located by the sea, the family restaurant offers a mesmerizing backdrop and panoramic views that enhance your dining experience. With over 50 years of international experience and a dedication to innovating Greek cuisine, they proudly introduce dishes that celebrate tradition while embracing creativity.

The kitchen has been at the forefront of culinary innovation, introducing iconic dishes such as the Kalymnian salad 'mirmizeli' and the sponge divers' meal 'kavourmas', both of which have become beloved staples in Greek gastronomy. These dishes serve as a testament to their commitment to connecting people with their culinary roots and preserving the rich heritage of Greek cuisine.

As you savor each bite, you'll embark on a sensory journey that transports you to the heart of Greece, where tradition meets innovation and culinary excellence thrives.

Greek
Mpakalogatos Restaurant
4.9

Mpakalogatos Restaurant offers a delightful blend of Greek and seafood cuisine in the charming ambiance of Kalymnos. With a menu showcasing a variety of specialties, guests can indulge in an authentic culinary experience. The restaurant provides a warm and inviting setting for diners to enjoy their meals, and features a bar menu for refreshing drinks. Additionally, live music on select days adds an extra touch of entertainment and vibrancy to the atmosphere.

Seafood
Greek
Notes to sailors
  • Kalymnos is filled with ideal anchoring points for boats. The calm waters on the northwest coast are a favorite for sailboats, while the southwest points near the road are also viable alternatives. 

  • Its excellent seabed structure, you can establish a solid connection to the island by dropping anchor in 5-6 meters.


11

Amorgos

Amorgos is a quiet island in the Aegean Sea, famous for its clear blue waters and peaceful vibe. It's a great place for travelers who love nature and want to relax away from the crowd.
Beautiful Beaches & Clear Waters
This island is home to lovely beaches like Agia Anna and Mouros, where the water is so clear you can see all the way to the bottom. These spots are perfect for swimming and enjoying the sun.
Charming Villages
Amorgos has small, beautiful villages like Chora, the main town. Chora is full of narrow streets, white houses, and friendly locals. It's a good place to taste Greek food and learn about island life.
Stunning Nature
The island is also great for walking and hiking. There are paths that take you through the hills and offer amazing views of the sea. You can explore the countryside and find quiet spots to relax.
Rich History
Amorgos has a rich past, with old monasteries and churches to visit. The Monastery of Hozoviotissa, built into a cliff, is a must-see. It's not only beautiful but also offers great views of the sea.
Amorgos: A Peaceful Retreat
Amorgos is perfect for anyone looking to unwind and enjoy nature. With its beautiful beaches, quaint villages, and stunning views, it's a small paradise in the Aegean Sea.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for days
Editor's Photos
Nearby Attractions
Panagia Hozoviotissa Monastery
4.9

Perched dramatically on a cliffside above the sea, the Panagia Chozoviotissa Monastery is one of the most iconic landmarks of Amorgos. Dating back to the 11th century, this Byzantine monastery is dedicated to the Virgin Mary and houses a precious collection of religious artifacts and icons. Visitors can explore the monastery's interior, admire its architecture, and enjoy breathtaking views of the coastline from its vantage point.

History
View Point
Agia Anna Beach
4.9

Agia Anna Beach is famous for its crystal-clear turquoise waters and stunning natural beauty. Located near the village of Chora, this picturesque beach is surrounded by rocky cliffs and boasts fine golden sand. It gained international fame as a filming location for the movie "The Big Blue." Visitors can swim, sunbathe, and relax in this tranquil setting, with views of the nearby uninhabited island of Nikouria adding to the allure.

Activity
Amorgos Shipwreck Olympia
4.9

The Shipwreck of Amorgos, also known as the "Olympia," is a poignant landmark located near Kalotaritissa Beach on the Greek island of Amorgos. It met its fate in February 1980 when the commercial ship Olympia ran aground on the rocks due to powerful winds, reaching up to 10 Beaufort. Originally named "Inland," the ship's attempt to find shelter during bad weather failed, leading to its collision with the rocks. Fortunately, the crew was able to abandon the ship, averting a greater tragedy. Despite its melancholic history, the Shipwreck of Amorgos has become a popular tourist attraction, drawing visitors who are captivated by its beauty and intrigued by its story, which has also been immortalized in films like "Le Grand Bleu" by Luc Besson.

Activity
Nearby Restaurants
Apospero Restaurant
4.9

Apospero is nestled within one of the most charming alleys in Amorgos Town, boasting a picturesque setting. Here, a strong focus is placed on utilizing raw materials and authentic, locally sourced products cultivated from the fertile lands of Amorgos. The menu showcases an array of fresh seafood selections and dishes featuring locally sourced meats. Every meal is thoughtfully prepared using organic, fresh vegetables procured from Amorgos' vibrant local market, ensuring a delightful culinary experience infused with the island's natural bounty.

Greek
Arbaroriza
4.9

Arbaroriza is a family-run restaurant located near the Panagia Chozoviotissa Monastery, offering a tranquil setting amidst olive trees and vineyards. They specialize in organic, farm-to-table cuisine, with dishes inspired by traditional Greek recipes and seasonal ingredients.

Greek
Liotrivi Restauran
4.9

Liotrivi Restaurant, located in the heart of Chora, Liotrivi Restaurant offers a cozy atmosphere and serves authentic Greek dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. Their menu features traditional recipes with a modern twist, and their outdoor terrace provides stunning views of the surrounding area.

Greek
To Limani Taverna
4.9

To Limani Taverna, situated in the picturesque port of Aegiali, To Limani Taverna is renowned for its seafood dishes and welcoming ambiance. Visitors can enjoy fresh fish, grilled octopus, and other Aegean specialties while taking in the beautiful waterfront views.

Seafood
Mediterranean
Greek
Kamara Restaurant
4.9

Taverna Kamara, tucked away in the alleys of Chora, Taverna Kamara is a hidden gem known for its homemade Greek cuisine and friendly service. The restaurant offers a cozy courtyard setting where guests can savor traditional dishes like moussaka, souvlaki, and Greek salads.

Greek
Your Questions,
Answered
Show Boats
Home
Boat Rentals
Experiences
Routes
Menu