Agkistri is a beautiful peaceful island, being an ideal destination for a tranquil and relaxing escape. It is covered by lush green vegetation and has plenty of crystalline sandy beaches.
Cruising time from Athens: 1 h. 30’
Corinth Canal cuts the Isthmus that connected the Peloponnese with the Greek mainland. Although first inspired 2500 years ago, the Canal was only completed in 1893, being a great achievement of engineering. With its 6 km length and only 25 m. width, crossing of the Canal is an utmost spectacular and truly unforgettable experience.
Cruising time from Athens: 2 h. 20’ (to the south entrance)
Spetses is a wonderful small island right opposite the Peloponnesian coast of Ermionida, with rich vegetation and various lovely sandy beaches. Its capital is a real architectural beauty full of two-storey neoclassical houses with wooden balconies, coloured walls, and narrow stone-paved alleys. It is quite far from Athens to be part of a day cruise schedule but is ideal for a 2 or 3-days cruise combined with overnight spent ashore in any of the numerous fine hotels of the island.
Cruising time from Athens: 3 h. 45’
Epidaurus is an area at the east coast of Peloponnese, well known for its world famous Ancient theatre dated back to the 4th century BC, which is still in use for cultural events during summer. This major historical, cultural and archaeological site is surrounded by lush green landscape and has easy access (about 20’ drive) to the picturesque port of Palea Epidaurus, where our vessels can dock.
Cruising time from Athens: 2 h. 10’
Cape Sounio is at the south end of Attika peninsula where the famous Poseidon temple prevails. This Doric temple dedicated to the god of the sea, was built in 440 BC on a hill surrounded on three sides by the sea, thus offering a breathtaking view. There is no dock to disembark, however the illuminated temple is an ideal setup for a sunset cruise or a gala dinner cruise.