Greece Yacht Charter Attractions

A Smart Guide for an Amazing Vacation

Greece is well known for its natural beauty and exciting history. Rich archaeological sites, a myriad of islands, beautiful sandy beaches, and a pleasant Mediterranean climate turn Greece one a key tourist destination in Europe. Going on a tour to enjoy Greece Yacht Charter attractions can just be excellent with a huge splendid experience. In addition to the capital Athens, other interesting places include-  Santorini, Rhodes, Mykonos, Corfu, and Crete.

Greece Yacht Charter Attractions | Athens

With an illustrious history, Athens is a symbol of Western Civilization. Because its magnificent history stretches back a long time- more than 3,000 years. Besides, the city was the birthplace of Socrates, Sophocles, and Pericles. Endowed with a relic of a glorious past, Athens today is a modern and lively capital city. Further, your Greece Yacht Charter can be remarkable with Athens for some of the world’s most breathtaking earliest ruins and extraordinary archaeological museums full of fascinating artifacts.

 Acropolis, Athens

First, with the Parthenon temple on a rocky crag with a glimpse of the ancient civilization of more centuries, few destinations in the world are comparable to Athen’s Acropolis. Secondly,  Acropolis reminds you of the glory of ancient Athens- it was the city’s center and functioned as a citadel on a hilltop site.  Especially the Parthenon is the largest temple and most illustrative building of ancient classical times from 447BC to 338BC. The monumental rows and stunning sculptural views of the temple give an awe-inspiring sight. Remember,  Acropolis can be must-see sight during your Greece Yacht Charter Vacations.

Temple of Zues. Athens, Greece
Temple of Zeus. Athens, Greece

Acropolis Museum

The Acropolis Museum, which opened in 2009,  is now the most-visited tourist attraction in Athens. It was designed by a Swiss architect named Bernard Tschumi. The museum is an ultra-modern combination of glass and steel structure with an airy exhibition space. It was built to display old things from the Acropolis. Furthermore, the top things to see in this museum include the 6th-century-BC Moschophoros (a statue of a young man with a calf on his shoulders), the Caryatids, and the greatly controversial Parthenon Marbles. And from the terrace of the museum’s cafe-restaurant, you can enjoy astounding views of the Acropolis.

Byzantine Museum

First, the Byzantine museum offers fascinating insights into the Byzantine civilization of Greek history. This is in a 19th-century palace initially built for the Duchesse de Plaisance of France. It displays a valuable collection of Byzantine culture. It is mentioned that the Byzantines ruled over Greece, the Balkans, and Asia Minor from the third century to the 15th century. People of the Byzantine period valued religious art too.  Therefore, the Byzantine Museum is enriched with more than 25,000 artifacts on display, and they are all precious symbols from the Byzantine era, medieval, early Christian, and post-Byzantine periods. You will see the collection includes paintings, sculptures, textiles, icons, and also mosaics.

Other Attractions in Athens

  • National Archaeological Museum
  • Temple of Hephaestus
  • Erechtheion
  • Voula Beach
  • Ancient Trails
  • Scubalife Dive Center
  • Hellenic Children’s Museum
  • Roman Agora

Greece Yacht Charter Attractions | Santorini

Santorini is the most spectacular of all Greek islands. It is also well known for the cliff-top towns of Oia and Fira, which lie on the west coast with an overlooking of the deep, azure sea-filled caldera. Moreover, Santorini is mainly a tourist spot, attracting visitors with its fantastic landscape and ancient archaeological sites. Finally, it’s a romantic destination, and honeymooners, loving couples, and celebrities admire it.

Fira

Fira (Thira), the capital of Santorini, was built with whitewashed cubic houses and terraces, little squares, winding lanes, and also blue-domed churches that perched on the cliffs around 300 meters above the caldera. Ferries dock connected to Fira by road of 17 kilometers while cruise ships anchor in the caldera. Fira lives mainly from tourism, many small hotels, restaurants, apartments, souvenir shops, cafés, and jewelers. Therefore, your Greece Yacht Charter can’t be completed unless you visit Fira.

Other Attractions in Santorini

  • Sunset in Oia (Oia)
  • Amoudi Bay (Oia)
  • Venetsanos Winery (Megalochori)
  • Santo Winery (Pyrgos)
  •  Akrotiri Archaeological Site (Akrotiri)
  • Ancient Thera (Kamari)
  • Kamari Beach (Kamari)
  • Red Beach (Akrotiri)
  • White Beach (Akrotiri)
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Greece Yacht Charter Attractions | Lively Mykonos Island

Mykonos is a perfect place for fun-loving and sun-worshiping tourists. Especially the beautiful beaches and decent weather enhance the popularity of this destination. Moreover, Mykonos is an Island on the Aegean Sea. It offers the most active vacation scenes of the Greek islands with trendy restaurants and also lives entertainment spots. Mykonos is also well-known for its beach clubs at Paradise Beach.

Furthermore, three other nearby beaches – Super Paradise Beach and Elia Beach are also accessible by boat and car. Your Greece Yacht Charter can be further delicious by indulging in Elia Restaurant’s gourmet cuisine.  It offers enticing Greek specialties on a roofed terrace overlooking the sea. Noteworthy, while staying in Mykonos as part of your Greece Yacht Charter vacation, a vital sightseeing stop is a tour of Delos Island. It’s only a quick ride away from Mykonos. Consequently, the island is barren and uninhabited now. But it was a center of spirituality and commerce once upon a time.

Other Attractions of Mykonos Islands

  • Matoyianni Street (Mykonos Town)
  • Elia Beach (Elia)
  • Rarity Gallery (Mykonos Town)
  • Platis Gialos Beach (Platys Gialos)
  • Super Paradise Beach (Paradise Beach)
  • Paranga Beach (Platys Gialos)
  • Panormos Beach (Panormos)
  • Kalafatis Beach (Mykonos Town)
  • Agrari Beach

Greece Yacht Charter Attractions | Culture-Rich Crete

With many cultural attractions, Crete stands out as the largest of the Greek Islands. This island can also be a great part of your Greece Yacht Charter tour. Moreover, Minoan Civilization flourished in Crete around the 20th century BC, and the historic town of Chania exposes the island’s diverse and rich heritage. The stylish Venetian mansions, superb churches, and striking fountains also fill the streets and look vivid. Crete is splendid with the attractive natural scenery of mountains and also beautiful beaches. You can head to the majestic White Mountains (Lefká Óri) National Park for walks amid nature and hikes. Particularly, the Lassíthi region is attractive for its beaches with crystal-clear waters, which are ideal for snorkeling.

Other Attractions of Crete

  • Elafonissi Beach
  • Balos Beach and Lagoon (Kissamos)
  • Heraklion Archaeological Museum (Heraklion)
  • Old Venetian Harbor
  • Samaria Gorge National Park (Sfakia)
  • Falassarna Beach (Falassarna)
  • Seitan Limania Beach (Akrotiri)
  • Manousakis Winery (Vatolakkos)

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