Destination Area: Mediterranean Sea
Length: 7 NIGHTS
Vessel: Star Flyer


Departs:

Piraeus (Port of Athens), Greece on May 18, 2019

Returns:

Piraeus (Port of Athens), Greece on May 25, 2019


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Sail through the Mediterranean for 7 Nights

Explore at least 7 Stops where Mama Mia happened. This voyage is a mixture of active but comfortable sailing.

Star Flyer and her sister ship Star Clipper are as fleet as the wind and as graceful as swans. These are 4-masted barkentines, and refle ...

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Piraeus (Port of Athens), Greece
Piraeus is Greece's third largest city in population and its biggest port, serving the city of Athens. First settled in the time of Themistocles, when the Long Walls were built (478 BC), the city was laid out to the plans of the architect Hippodamus. When Athens became a naval power, Piraeus gained considerably in importance. The ancient harbors of Piraeus were Zea and Munichia.

Zea, now Pasalimani, is one of the largest yacht marinas in the Mediterranean. Munichia is now a pretty harbor filled with yachts and fishing-boats and rung about with tavernas.

The commercial harbor of Piraeus is one of the most important in the Mediterranean. The city is in an industrial zone of particular importance for the Greek economy, but nevertheless its center has broad streets, spacious squares, tree-lined avenues, and parks.


At sea


Dikili, Turkey
A port that is seldom visited on an Aegean cruise and one that is little known to tourists, Dikili is a sleeply little beach town, authentically Turkish. The harbor is lined with open-air restaurants and shops with local food specialties. Take an optional excursion to world-renowned Pergamum.

Myrina-Limnos, Greece
Limnos with one of the prettiest harbors in Greece, beautiful beaches and picturesque, traditional villages untouched by modern-day tourism, hardly fits with any Greek Island stereotypes. It lies low with gently rolling hills, a lush green carpet in the spring that becomes crackling yellow-brown in the summer. The landscape is dotted with fields of grain, quirky scare crows and beehives.

Limnos was famous since antiquity for its vineyards; Aristotle wrote about the traditional red wine of the island, produced from a very ancient and unique variety of grape that he called Limnio (locally referred as Kalambaki).


Skiathos, Greece
The island of Skiathos has 70 beaches all around it.

Between the beach and the main coastal road, there is the lagoon of Strofylia which together with the forest of Koukounaries form a rare aquatic natural habitat and are protected under the supervision of the Municipality of Skiathos.


Skopelos, Greece
Skopelos is a Greek island in the western Aegean Sea. This island is uninhabited however, Skiathos to the west.

Skiathos is a small Greek island in the northwest Aegean Sea and west of the island of Skopelos.

There are a variety of beaches to choose from and the Monastery di Panagia Evanalistria is well worth visiting. Views from the monastery are serene and wonderful. There is a very good cafe at the back with home made wines. Visit the open air cinema and Il Kastro castle, the latter somewhat difficult to get to.


Poros, Greece
Poros is a small Greek island-pair in the southern part of the Saronic Gulf, at a distance about 31 nautical miles south from Piraeus and separated from the Peloponnese by a 650 wide sea channel, with the town of Galatas on the mainland across the strait. Its surface is about 12 sq miles and it has 4,117 inhabitants. Like other ports in the Saronic, it is a popular weekend destination for Athenian travelers.

Poros Greece is a verdant island full of beauties and wonderful landscapes. Because most of the Athenians and foreign tourists are mostly going to cosmopolitan Hydra, is still unspoiled and very authentic, ideal for relaxing and peaceful holidays. The capital of this Greek island is a beautiful town with fine neoclassical and Venetian buildings; picturesque villages and beautiful beaches are completing the wonderful image. This section of Greece, Poros island, provides much information: pictures, map, villages, history, museums, architecture, excursions, weather and more such as a large range of hotels.


Piraeus (Port of Athens), Greece
Piraeus is Greece's third largest city in population and its biggest port, serving the city of Athens. First settled in the time of Themistocles, when the Long Walls were built (478 BC), the city was laid out to the plans of the architect Hippodamus. When Athens became a naval power, Piraeus gained considerably in importance. The ancient harbors of Piraeus were Zea and Munichia.

Zea, now Pasalimani, is one of the largest yacht marinas in the Mediterranean. Munichia is now a pretty harbor filled with yachts and fishing-boats and rung about with tavernas.

The commercial harbor of Piraeus is one of the most important in the Mediterranean. The city is in an industrial zone of particular importance for the Greek economy, but nevertheless its center has broad streets, spacious squares, tree-lined avenues, and parks.


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