Our Athens, Santorini & Folegandros tour gives you the privilege of visiting two popular destinations of Greece, discover their “active” side and also explore an untouched small island, with wild natural beauty.
Athens, cradle of Western civilization and birthplace of democracy, is the starting point of our unique Athens, Santorini and Folegandros tour! During the first two days we will visit the main archaeological sites (Acropolis, Acropolis museum, etc), walk in the alleys of Plaka (the oldest neighborhood in Athens) and explore the “ancient hills of Athens” (Areopagus, Filopappou, Pnyx and hill of the Muses). Our “most active” highlight is the Athens sea kayak tour, paddling to the Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounion.
Santorini (or the lost Atlantis for some..) , an island created by a volcanic eruption around 1613 BC, is our next destination. Discover this magical place by sea, hike the Caldera trail, enjoy a unique cooking class sipping wine from the island’s vineyards and watch the world famous sunset from Oia…
Folegandros , one of the most untouched small islands of the Cyclades, is a place with wild natural beauty, located between Paros and Santorini. Although it is found close to popular islands, Folegandros remains away from mass tourism and keeps an authentic character. Its Cycladic architecture, breathtaking views, secluded beaches and coastal hikes make it an ideal setting for adventure enthusiasts. You will love walking along the picturesque streets of Chora and up to the small church of Panagia, explore small villages, eat at a traditional Greek grocery store. Another highlight is our private boat tour that will enable you to explore sea caves, snorkel and swim in crystal clear waters and enjoy an amazing picnic lunch on one of the secluded coves.
Relatively easy walks, good start for a first trekking holiday. The walking is on a mixture of dirt tracks and well – constructed stone mule paths. We expect participants to be in good physical condition, feel comfortable in water and be able to swim.
Price is based on a minimum attendance of 4 people (Please contact us for less or more participants)
Please consider taking along the following items on your trip. This is not a fixed list, but more of a guideline, so feel free to add and remove items as you see fit. Greece has a temperate climate. Base your clothing on the “layering system”, if it is hot you can “peel off” layers quickly, if it is cooler and windy you can quickly “dress up”.
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