Saronic Gulf

The Saronic islands and the coast of Peloponnese are areas offering mild yet excellent weather with short distances between harbours and beautiful scenic anchorages.

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Alimos marina is one of the liveliest pleasure ports in Greece.

Poros lies near the mainland of the Peloponnese and offers lovely spots for anchorage.

The turquoise-blue waters are ideal for swimming, diving and fishing.

Enjoy an evening stroll among the lemon trees of the renowned lemonodassos.

The island is surrounded by the sound of cicadas and the town has an array of great tavernas and bars to try the traditional Greek aperitif...ouzo!

Spetses is a popular summer getaway for Athenians.

It is ideal for exploring, wind surfing, swimming, spear fishing, good food, dancing or relaxing away from everything.

Take a tour of the island on horse-carriage and, to get into the Greek spirit, order a grilled octopus and ouzo at a waterfront taverna.

The Byzantine fortress-city of Monemvasia standing on a rock, is unique.

On its narrow cobble stoned alleys and medieval churches, the visitor will experience mystery and history.

Modern life shopping and eating are also available.

Sailing back to Spetses visit the fishing village of Geraka – situated on the shores of a deep bay.

Another picturesque fishing village, Kyparisi, is a must.

Sail down to beautiful Hydra with its donkey paths winding up across the island.

This island is a little gem of colour and variety.

The town is built around the port like an amphitheatre.

Hydriots played an important part in the Greek Independence War.

Today the island is home to an international artist community.

There are no cars in Hydra so you can tour the island on foot or donkey!

It is also a great place for shopping, wining and dining, with a cosmopolitan flair.

Aegina is famous for its pistachio and lemon trees.

Ride along the seaside with a horse carriage.

The Temple of Aphaia is well worth a visit.

You can visit by taking a bus from the marina harbour or moor in Agia Marina and take a caique.

Remember to stock up on pistachios as they are probably the best in Greece.

Enjoy an early swim in the beaches of Aegina before sailing back to Alimos.

Sailing ranges from 3-5 hours per day, 2-3 hours for swimming and lunch. Evenings are spent at ports for sightseeing, dinner and shopping, or on quiet bays - the choice is yours. These are sample itineraries and can be customized according to your preferences. There are limitless variations. Destinations are subject to weather conditions.