This summer, hire a yacht with SeaNet Europe and cruise the beautiful Greek islands for the vacation of a lifetime. Greece has more coastline than any other European country, and by chartering a boat from the industry’s premier custom yacht ownership firm, you and your guests will be able to visit some of the Mediterranean’s most secluded, picturesque, and exclusive spots. SeaNet Europe will make sure your Greece yacht rental is everything you imagined it would be, whether you’re interested in seeing the enchanting Cyclades, the mysterious Dodecanese, or the alluring Ionian Islands.
The Greek islands promise endless itineraries, with various spots to visit, and an irresistible blend of pristine beaches, ancient sites, superb diving opportunities, and wonderful food. There are more than 6,000 islands in Greece, and they are all different, offering a flavor of the real Greece in their own way. Traditional architecture with stunning blue and white residences and mesmerizing sunsets characterize the Cyclades Islands, which include the world-famous islands of Mykonos, Santorini, and Paros. The beautiful dry and rocky terrain of these islands encompass a number of smaller towns and villages and are home to various archaeological monuments and old remains, such as the windmills on Mykonos. Your island hopping itinerary can include stops at Mykonos’s VIP nightclubs, Santorini’s blue-domed cathedrals, Delos’s historical ruins, and Paros’s picture-perfect beaches.
The Ionian Islands have been a popular tourist destination for centuries due to their stunning landscapes and abundant wildlife. While Corfu, Zakynthos, and Kefalonia continue to draw the most tourists, lesser-known islands like Lefkada are gaining ground because to their genuine, old-world appeal. In addition to its stunning Venetian and neoclassical architecture, this group of islands is also home to miles of undeveloped shoreline perfect for water sports of all kinds. Several of the islands and cays that make up this Greek charter are deserted, making it a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts.
Kos, Rhodes, and Patmos are three of the sixty-plus islands that make up the Dodecanese. Architecture and landscapes in this most recent Greek territory retain strong traces of Italian influence. As you travel from island to island, don’t miss the chance to visit some of the historic landmarks, such as medieval castles, quaint fishing towns, and venerable monasteries. This island group is perfect if you want to visit some of Turkey but also want to escape the throng and relax in unspoiled nature during the summer.
SeaNet Europe will find the ideal yacht for your Greece yacht rental, as well as create an unforgettable itinerary just for you.