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Santorini with her famous sunsets, sugar cube villages, and the historical site of AkrotiriMykonos, the queen of the Aegean and nearby Delos, Apollo’s sacred island, a breath-taking open-air museum and UNESCO World Heritage siteHydra, a truly authentic, unknown islandCrete, the largest island in GreeceMonemvassia, a “stone about to set sail”
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Itinerary

  1. Friday

    Marina Zeas (Piraeus) - Kea

  2. Saturday

    Delos (anchorage) - Mykonos

  3. Sunday

    Santorini

  4. Monday

    Rethymnon/Crete

  5. Tuesday

    Kythira

  6. Wednesday

    Monemvassia - Nafplion

  7. Thursday

    Nafplion - Hydra

  8. Friday

    Marina Zeas (Piraeus)

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