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Aegean Eden 9 days/8 nights

Starting from USD: 920.28
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  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Athens, 2 nights in Mykonos, 2 nights in Naxos, 2 nights in Amorgos, in selected hotels sharing double occupancy in standard double room on bed and breakfast basis
  • Economy ferry tickets from Piraeus to Mykonos, from Mykonos to Naxos, from Naxos to Amorgos, from Amorgos to Piraeus
  • Arrival and departure transfers in Athens and on the islands
  • All service fees and local taxes
  • VAT
  • 24-hour local assistance telephone service
  • Not included: anything not explicitly mentioned in the services included above
 
Departs: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
 
Visiting: Athens, Mykonos, Naxos, Amorgos
 
Itinerary

Day 1: Athens - Arrival
Arrival in Athens and transfer to your hotel. Afternoon is at leisure to explore the city of Athens. Walk through the narrow streets of Plaka or take an optional excursion to Cape Sounion. In the evening enjoy a delicious Greek dinner in one of the numerous tavernas

Day 2: Piraeus / Mykonos
Transfer to the port of Piraeus to embark the ferry to Mykonos. Arrival and transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day at leisure to discover the island

Day 3: Mykonos
Day at leisure. Mykonos offers beautiful beaches, chic boutiques and quaint windmills. You will enjoy the serenity of the white houses, the hundreds of tiny churches. Enjoy ouzo at a waterfront taverna

Day 4: Mykonos / Naxos
After breakfast transfer to port to embark the ferry to Naxos. Arrival and transfer to your hotel

Day 5: Naxos
Day at leisure. Explore Chora, capital of Naxos, which stands on a natural amphitheatrical site on a hillside on the northwest side of the island and is one of the most attractive towns in the Cyclades. Don't forget to visit the Venetian castle!

Day 6: Naxos / Amorgos
After breakfast transfer to port to embark the ferry to Amorgos. Arrival and transfer to your hotel

Day 7: Amorgos
Amorgos Greece is packed with breathtaking sandy and rocky beaches that are located beneath imposing cliffs or lush hillside. Its natural landscape makes it the ideal vacation spot for nature lovers, who can explore verdant mountain terrain and small rocky coves. The more traditional travelers can spend their leisure time strolling through picturesque villages and visiting exquisite archaeological and historical sights, which are in abundance on Amorgos Greece

Day 8: Amorgos / Piraeus
After breakfast transfer to port to embark the ferry to Piraeus. Transfer to your hotel. This is your chance to make last minute shopping and find excellent souvenirs for home

Day 9: Athens - Departure
After breakfast transfer to the airport for departure

Notes

Rates upon request for higher class hotel accommodation

 
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