When you’re looking to escape into another world, far from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, there is no better option than a Greece yacht charter. With endless options for island hopping between the Ionian Islands, the Aegean and Sporades and more, waterfront villages, bustling taverns and modern nightlife come together to bring you a wonderful blend of the present and past for an unforgettable experience. There are so many possibilities to explore during your Greece yacht rental experience with your yacht for charter – discover just a few of these below
Exceptional Landscapes & Culture
Unique Blend of Landmarks and Nature
There are not many destinations in the world which provide such a unique blend of raw natural reserves, historical landmarks and rich culture like Greece. In order to sample the best of Greek culture, gastronomy, architecture delve into the Greek Ionian Islands, part of the country’s group of 6,000 islands. The ideal all-year-round getaway, thanks to its warm climate, there are countless cities, towns, medieval monasteries and castles to explore. Its sparkling azure waters are also perfect for swimming, snorkelling and diving.
The Aegean Islands and Sporadeso
If you’re looking for a less hectic destination than the ever-popular Cyclades, make a beeline for the Aegean Islands on your Greece yacht charter. Brimming with art, culture and history, top islands to include in the itinerary of your Greece yacht rental experience could include Samos, Lesvos and Samothraki. The Northern Sporades, located on the eastern side of Greece, offer lush countryside and are some of the most beautiful and thickly wooded islands in the Mediterranean.
For those embarking on a Greece yacht charter, there are few that would miss a trip to Corfu, the island largest of the Eptanisa (‘Seven Islands’), in the Ionian Sea. Thanks to its countless beaches, breathtaking mountain scenery and hidden coves, as well as the Venetian streets of its historic capital, Corfu is one of Greece’s most popular tourist destinations. Visit in May or June to avoid the crowds during your Greece yacht charter.
With its sandy coves and dry, rugged landscapes, Cephaloania (or Kefalonia), is one for the explorers. As the most mountainous of the Ionian Islands, its tallest mountain, Mount Enose, reaches an incredible 5,340 feet and is covered with fir trees. Other hotspots on Cephalonia include the Gentilini winery and the nightlife in Assos.