Sailing in Greece
Sailing in Greece

Ionian Greece

Greece is with not only Aegean Sea, but also the Ionian Sea, which is also very famous.
It is with a lot of small and beautiful islands. Sailing to hop on each island to explore its special.
1 You don't need to book a hotel or change traffic with luggage. Everything is on the sailing yacht, you don't need to be led by a tight schedule, just slow down to experience the unique life in the Mediterranean. The chartering in Ionian sea is not just a matter of sightseeing, but a journey of healing in which both body and soul.



  • On board around 5:00pm in the afternoon of Saturday and disembark in the morning of next Saturday;
  • Every morning, have breakfast around 9:00 – 10:30 am, then sail to another island or peaceful bay to enjoy the happy time on the water or beach;
  • In the afternoon, arrive the target marina or mooring bay. Tourist on island, eat delicious local food and have fun!


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    Day 1, Corfu, Embark on boat at Gouvia Marina

    With the passage of time Corfu island may have changed, but we can still feel the spirit of a distant glorious past . Its rich multi-cultural heritage, its historic monuments, its stunning natural landscape, its crystal clear seas, and its excellent weather all year round explain why Corfu is one of the most cosmopolitan Mediterranean destinations weaving a powerful spell on its visitors. Unlike the rest of Greece, never fell under the Ottoman oppression. Due to the successive dominations of the Venetians, the French and the British over the centuries, the island has primarily become part of the Western rather the Levantine world. Their culture wielded strong influence in the city: it was here that the first Greek University (the Ionian Academy), the first Philharmonic Orchestra and the First School of Fine Arts were founded.

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    Day 2, Mourtos Island, Blue Lagoon Beach

    Mourtos is a small village and fishing harbour located on the mainland of Greece opposite the southern part of Corfu. This Island is a tract of land, smaller than a continent, surrounded by water at high water. It has the famous and beautiful blue lagoon beach. In recent years it has been rather overtaken by tourism and the small arbor is now used as much by yachts as fishing boats, while the quay is a mass of tourist restaurants and bars. In evenings in the season – especially at weekends – the quay is packed with charter and cruising yachts alike and it can be difficult to find a place. The

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    Day 3, Parga Village with slow life

    Pargo is a very popular and busy tourist resort lying on the Ionian coast. Originally a small village with a tiny port on the East side and a long shingle beach on the West, Parga has now expanded into the leading tourist destination on the mainland Greece. The town is dominated by an imposing Venetian castle crowning the peninsula around which it sits, which is a useful landmark on arrival. There is also a golden sand beach with a lot bars & restaurants. You may enjoy the party here or just reading for a quiet day.

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    Day 4, Gaios Village, Paxos Island

    Port Gaios is the main harbour of the island of Paxos in the Ionian Sea of Greece.  Paxos is an island of endless olive groves and Anti Paxos one large vineyard. The eastern coastline of the islands are gentle compared to the west coast which are bold and abrupt, with caves, arches and shear cliffs. The capital of Paxos is Gaios a picturesque village built around a port which is protected by two small islands Agios Nikolas and Panagia. On the Northern side is the village of Lakka and on the east side is the very charming village of Loggos. You will find the pace is still unhurried, very relaxing with genuine friendly Greek hospitality at its best.
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    Day 5, Lakka Villiage, beautiful sunset

    Lakka is the second largest village in size on the northern end of Paxos and is flanked by silver green olive groves and cypress trees. The picturesque fishing village is located on a natural, almost circular harbor created by two headlands sheltering the bay from the open sea. Lakka is a popular tourist destination for yachting, windsurfing, snorkeling and swimming. The two main beaches within the Lakka bay, white pebbled Kanoni and sandy Harami lead to a very clear turquoise sea. Other nearby beaches (such as Monadendri, Orkos, Arkoudaki and Glyfada) can be found on the east coast of the island, just outside the Lakka bay, but in most cases can only be reached on foot or by boat.
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    Day 6, Petritis Villiage, Stone Beach

    Back to Corfu main island, Petritis village is 33km to Corfu town. It is quite peaceful and built with a lot of stone house. Even the beach is full of stones, which is quite special.
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    Friday – DAY 7 Athens

    Possible activities: Arrival, afternoon, city tour, and island club party

    Saturday – Check out —— Have a brunch in the café by the marina

Boat Introduction:

Price Remarks:

  • Airport to Marina transportation;
  • Skipper and hostess for 7 days;
  • Breakfast and lunch;
  • Dingy and outboard engine;
  • Yacht facilities and insurance;
  • Boat end cleaning;
  • Pillows, linen, blankets and towels;
Not includes:
  • Air ticket and visa to Greece;
  • Tips for crews (Suggest: EUR280 per week)
  • Tickets or other recreation;
  • Sport equipments for diving or surfing etc.
  • Dinner or shopping;