A guide to some incredible breathtaking places you could ever hope to experience.
When hopping aboard your luxury Yacht in the Greek Islands. It is amazing the sheer volume of things to see and experience. Therefore, with only a week or two to pack everything in. It is important to make the most of your trip aboard the yacht Glaros. So helping you figure out where to go, we’ve come up with our top four breathtaking places to visit. Don’t miss these places while on your luxury yacht charter in the Greek Islands.
The Luxurious Paleokastritsa
A small traditional village on the island of Corfu. Paleokastritsa is perfect for getting lost in the Greek Island experience. Surrounded by beautiful woodland, rustic hillsides and dramatic looking cliffs. Paleokastritsa is full of small tavernas, shops and restaurants. It has an authentic Greek vibe and one of the most stunning beaches on its doorstep to boot. It has everything you need including that original Greek charm.
Melissani Cave, One of Europe’s Unique Sights
Unique to the Greek Islands, is the Melissani Cave of Kefalonia. It is a natural wonder and a must see while on-board the Glaros. Entering the cave through an entrance on the island’s eastern coast. You will enter a small underground lake by paddle boat. Illuminated by a sinkhole that collapsed into the water below, allowing the sun to bring the cave to life. Allowing the sun to bring the cave to life. Around the lake are incredible rock formations and luscious greenery. The water itself is a stunning clear azure blue. The Melissani Cave is and one of our breathtaking places, guaranteed to be a top Greek Island hit.
World Famous Navagio Bay
While on your luxury yacht charter in the Greek Islands. One unmissable location has to be the cutoff bay of Navagio. Otherwise known as Shipwreck beach on the island of Zante. Backed by stunning white cliffs and complete with soft, bright sand. Hence Navagio bay is one of the most picturesque spots in all the Greek Islands.Made famous by the smugglers ship that lies on its shore. The beach is perfect for relaxing, taking great holiday photos and swimming. During, the summer months the party boats roll in and the partying begins. Only accessible by boat, the Glaros can moor up in the protected ways of the bay. You can then explore this, one of Greece’s most beloved landmarks.
Anti-Paxos, a Greek Island Paradise
For some, the name Anti-Paxos is completely alien, but for others in the know, this is a beautiful little island. Located south of Paxos, which itself is south of Corfu. Anti-Paxos is one of the smallest Ionian Islands; so small in fact it isn’t recognized as one of seven main Ionians. Just because Anti-Paxos is small, however, doesn’t mean it has nothing to offer.
A quiet paradise – with around 20 residents – the island innocuously floats out in the Ionian Sea. On the winding coastline, scattered with little turquoise coves. The shores shine with sand and white cliffs. The water is clear as glass, perfect for an afternoon swim. While on the island itself, you’ll find olive trees and vineyards spanning its entire 5km width. A stunning sight of colours in autumn and a great place to cool off in the shade during the summer.
Anti-Paxos is a pure Greek beauty and is one of our breathtaking places to behold. A favourite for many who frequent the Ionians. Also no matter what time of year you travel, it is always a must see island.
Want to know if these locations really are as good as we say they are? Book your luxury yacht charter in the Greek Islands, hop aboard the Glaros, and find out for yourself.
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