Top Greek Islands: Exclusive Boat Tours You Can Book in Advance

Boat Tour to the Greek island of Zakynthos

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Ahoy, future Greek adventurers. Are you ready to dip your toes into the turquoise waters of the top Greek islands on one of the exclusive boat tours? Perhaps you’re dreaming of sailing into the sunset in Santorini or exploring Zakynthos’ Blue Caves.

Well, the good news is Greece has a boat trip for that, and I’ve got the scoop on the very best tickets you can buy in advance to beat those pesky queues and guarantee your place on these top boat activities.

In this blog post, I’ll be your personal guide, leading you to the best ticket for the top activity on each of the top Greek Islands, including Corfu, Crete, Hydra, Kefalonia, Kos, Lefkada, Milos, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros, Rhodes, Santorini, Zakynthos, and more. Holidays to Greece have never been this splash-tastic.

For each activity, I’ll tell you why it’s the best, where it’ll whisk you off to, and what mouth-watering food and drink awaits you on board. And let’s not forget the all-important “how” – how to get that best ticket in advance, online, so you can glide past the queues and plop yourself right into the adventure.

So grab your sunnies, pack that beach towel, and get ready to embark on an epic journey through the Greek islands. This isn’t just a holiday; it’s a tale of adventure, gastronomy, and relaxation that you’ll recount for years.
Ready to set sail? Let’s dive in because every sailing activity in Greece is a story, and this one has your name written all over it.


Antipaxos & Paxos Blue Caves Boat Cruise

Grab your sun cream and a hearty breakfast because you’re about to explore three shining jewels of the Ionian Sea. Next on your Greek escapade is the Antipaxos & Paxos Blue Caves Boat Cruise from the emerald isle of Corfu. It’s one of the most unforgettable things to do in Corfu, and, like a solid Greek salad, it’s going to leave you wanting more.

Picture this: you’re boarding a boat, sun on your face, wind in your hair, setting sail from Corfu with the breathtaking views of the Venetian castles of Corfu’s Old Town shrinking in the distance. You’re then whisked south along the picturesque Kanoni Peninsula, cruising by the palace of Mon Repo and the charming towns of Perama, Benitses, and Kavos. Sounds dreamy, right?

Your journey to Paxos will be nothing short of epic. You’ll get a spectacular view of the olive and cypress trees that coat the island. It’s like a Greek salad but for your eyes. And yes, according to legend, Paxos was created when Poseidon used his mighty trident to chop off a piece of Corfu as a love nest for his missus, Amphitrite. Greek gods, eh? Always so dramatic.

Now, get ready to dock at the natural bay of Lakka, located on Paxos’s unspoiled northern side. Here, you’ll have some free time to meander through the narrow streets of this traditional village. Want to splash about or catch some rays? There’s a beach nearby calling your name.

Next up, you’ll sail to the west coast of Paxos to enter the enchanting Blue Caves, which are so beautiful that even the local monk seals have set up home there. After exploring these marine marvels, you’ll cruise over to the petite island of Antipaxos. Here, you’ll stop at Mesovrika Beach for a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear waters.

Finally, you’ll glide along the east coast of Paxos, gawking at the petite islands of Skaltsonisi and Mongonisi, before making your grand return to Corfu.

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Heraklion: Dia Island Sailboat Cruise with Swimming and Meal

Hold on to your sun hats because we’re setting sail from Heraklion to the dazzling Dia island on a sleek, modern sailing yacht. This is the Heraklion: Dia Island Sailboat Cruise with Swimming and Meal, and what’s on the menu, you ask? Well, let’s start with a scrumptious meal, unlimited drinks (did someone say free refills?), and a side of adrenaline-pumping water activities like SUP paddleboarding and snorkelling. So, if you’re hunting for the best things to do in Crete, you’ve just struck gold.

The voyage to the exotic Dia Island takes about an hour, giving you four sun-soaked hours to explore the stunning bay, work on that tan, and take a refreshing dip in the crystal-clear waters. Once your inner explorer is satisfied, sit back, relax, and enjoy the gentle sail back to Heraklion. That’s six whole hours of pure bliss, Greek style.

Whether you’re an early bird or a sunset lover, you can choose two great options. Choose the morning cruise for a sun-drenched adventure or the afternoon cruise to witness the magical Cretan sunset.

Here’s a little peek at what your day might look like:
Morning Sailing Trip:
9:00 AM: Set sail from Heraklion. Feel the wind in your hair, soak up the sun, and maybe even learn a thing or two about sailing.
10:15 AM: Arrival at the exotic Dia island. Time for some aquatic exploration, swimming, or even try your hand at our water activities.
12:00 PM: Take a break for a delicious feast.
12:30 PM: Dip back into the water or just lounge around, soaking up the Greek sunshine.
1:45 PM: Bid farewell to Dia Island’s breathtaking scenery and set sail back to Heraklion, bursting with fantastic memories.
3:00 PM: Return to the Port of Heraklion.

Afternoon Sailing Trip:
3:00 PM: Set sail from Heraklion. Feel the wind in your hair, soak up the sun, and maybe even learn a thing or two about sailing.
4:15 PM: Arrival at the exotic Dia island. Time for some aquatic exploration, swimming, or even try your hand at our water activities.
6:00 PM: Take a break for a delicious feast.
6:30 PM: Dip back into the water or just lounge around, soaking up the Greek sunshine.
7:45 PM: Bid farewell to Dia Island’s breathtaking scenery and set sail back to Heraklion, bursting with fantastic memories. This time, with the spectacular sunset as your backdrop.
9:00 PM: Return to the Port of Heraklion

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From Athens: Hydra, Poros, and Aegina Day Cruise with Lunch

Alright, get ready to unravel some Greek magic as you set off on a full-day cruise from Athens, destined for the enchanting Greek islands of Hydra, Poros, and Aegina. This is the Hydra, Poros, and Aegina Day Cruise with Lunch, and I mean, just the views of the glorious Greek coast from the deck of the cruise ship will have you saying, ‘Opa!’ But wait, there’s more. I’m talking about an app audio tour to help you delve deeper into Hydra’s rich history. If you’re looking for an ace thing to do in Hydra, Greece, this trip is the bee’s knees.

A breezy bus transfer from Athens to the port will kick off your day. Once there, you’ll board a spiffing cruise ship, where you can catch some rays on its spacious open decks. And don’t forget to plug into the app-based audio tour for a dollop of fascinating facts about our first port of call – the charming island of Poros.

Poros might be the smallest of the three islands you will be visiting, but don’t let that fool you – it’s a little bundle of joy packed with narrow straits and splendid views. You’ll have plenty of time to soak it all in before youre back on board for a delectable lunch, and then it’s full steam ahead to Hydra.

As you approach the island, grab your camera because the views are nothing short of awe-inspiring. Pirate coves, dramatic landscapes, Hydra has it all. Once on land, you can trot around the stone-paved streets like a local – on a saddled donkey, no less – or choose the two-legged option and stroll along the seaside promenade, popping into cute little shops.

When it’s time to bid Hydra goodbye, you’ll chart a course for Aegina, the largest of the three islands on our agenda. With a stunning harbour and countless intriguing sites, you’ll be spoilt for choice on things to do in Aegina. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, you could join an excursion to the Temple of Aphaia (additional charges apply).

As you sail back to Athens, spend an hour on deck, soaking in the beauty of the Mediterranean. Once back on terra firma, your trip will wrap up (if you’ve selected that option), and you can tick off ‘amazing island-hopping cruise in Greece’ from your bucket list. How’s that for a top day out?

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Zakynthos Island: Navagio Shipwreck Beach & Blue Caves Boat Tour

Right folks, here’s a golden ticket to discover the crowning glories of Zakynthos, Greece, from the awe-inspiring Navagio viewpoint to the sandy bliss of the famous Navagio Shipwreck beach and the stunning Blue Caves. This is the famous Navagio Shipwreck Beach and Blue Caves Tour, and yes, you’ll be touring in style, hopping between a minibus and a state-of-the-art glass-bottom speedboat. It doesn’t get much better than this, does it?

Kick things off from the comfort of your own accommodation. Yes, that’s right, no trudging to bus stations or grappling with Greek street names. Your chariot (well, an air-conditioned bus) awaits right outside your door.
First stop? The panoramic view of Bohali. Here, your trusty guide will dish out the day’s game plan while you feast your eyes on the splendid vistas.

Next up, we’re diving into the refreshing northeast of Zakynthos Island. Your skin is in for a treat at Xygia Beach, a natural spa full of sulphur and collagen that’ll leave you glowing. Once you’ve relaxed, we’ll whisk you away to the pebbly wonderland of Makris Gialos Beach for some unforgettable photos.

Then, it’s all aboard the glass-bottom speedboat for a trip to the iconic Navagio Shipwreck beach. Ensure your camera or phone is fully charged because you’ll want to capture the golden sands and the famous stranded ship that gives the beach its name. On our return voyage, brace yourself for an immersive swim in the mesmerising Blue Caves.

Once back on land, there’s time to refuel with a well-deserved lunch before we head off to catch the jaw-dropping panoramic view above Shipwreck Beach. And to round things off, we’ll swing by the quaint town of Exo Chora, home to an olive tree that’s been kicking around for over 2000 years, before it’s back on the bus and home in time for tea.

So, if a minibus and speedboat combo exploring the glittering jewel of Kefalonia sounds like your cup of tea, this is the trip for you. Swimming, sightseeing and selfies at Shipwreck Cove – it’s a hard day’s holidaying, right?

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From the Port of Kos: Full Day Boat Cruise to 3 Islands

Relaxing on some of the best beaches on Kos is a great way to spend your time. However, fellow sea-lovers, get ready for the full-day boat cruise to three islands leaving from the Port of Kos, taking you on a whirlwind tour of not one, not two, but three majestic Greek islands. Prepare for a heady mix of crystal-clear waters, quaint villages, delicious food, and even a cheeky cocktail or two.

The adventure begins as you cast off from Kos and set sail for Kalymnos, with the breathtaking village of Vathi as your first port of call. You’ll find yourself gazing in awe at the views of a natural fjord, making you feel like you’ve stepped right into a postcard. Get your phone or camera ready for some Insta-worthy shots of surrounding gulfs and caves. Once you dock, you’ll have a full hour to get lost in the serenity of Vathi’s peaceful streets and indulge in mouthwatering local delicacies.

Back on the boat, it’s time to tuck into a hearty buffet lunch. Whether you’re a meat-lover drooling over pork or chicken souvlaki or a vegetarian fan swooning over beans and dolmades, you’re covered. And let’s remember the side of salad, tzatziki, and bread to round out your feast.
After lunch, keep your eyes peeled as you sail past nearby fish farms. If you’re lucky, you might just spot some wild dolphins adding their own splash of magic to the day.

Next up on our island-hopping itinerary is the picturesque islet of Plati. Here, you’ll be free to dive into the alluring turquoise waters for a swim around the boat. And once you’re back on deck, it’s happy hour, so you can celebrate your day at sea with refreshing cocktails, available at wallet-friendly prices.

Last but not least, you’ll make your way to the serene island of Pserimos. With an hour to explore at your own pace, you’ll have the chance to soak up all the natural beauty this island offers. And just like that, as the day winds down, you’ll cruise back to Kos, leaving you with an evening of warm memories and maybe even a slightly sun-kissed glow.

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Nydri: Ionian Islands Full-Day Boat Cruise with Swim Stops

Fancy an epic day out at sea, island-hopping across the stunning Ionian? Well, look no further! I’ve got just the ticket for you – the Nydri: Ionian Islands Full-Day Boat cruise with Swim Stops, a full-day boat cruise around some of Greece’s most jaw-droppingly beautiful spots. With a generous dose of sun, sea, and a few cheeky swim stops thrown in for good measure, you’re about to make your Kefalonia holiday one to remember.

You’ll set sail from Nydri bright and early, ready to drink in the splendour of the Ionian Sea. Be sure to pack your swim gear because you’ll be making plenty of pit stops for you to cool off.

Your first port of call is the Instagram-famous Egremni Beach, where you can leap into the crystal clear waters and finally understand what all those travel bloggers are on about. Once you’ve splashed around to your heart’s content, you’ll hop back onboard and cruise off towards Porto Katsiki. Whip out your camera and phone, and be ready to capture the beauty of this renowned beach while you take another dip in the Ionian Sea. And remember to grab a cheeky drink or two from our onboard bar.

Next up is Fiskardo, a charming seaside village nestled on Kefalonia island. Here, you’ll have some free time to grab a bite (at your own expense) and meander through the scenic alleyways that feel like stepping back in time.

With lunch taken care of, it’s back onboard and off you go to Afales Beach on Ithaca Island. More swimming, more sunbathing, more, well…you get the idea.

From there, you’ll set a course for Papanicolis Cave on Meganisi Island, a spot filled with tales of daring submarine escapes during World War II. History and beauty, all in one spot.

As you head back to Nydri, you’ll make one last swimming pit stop within sight of the exclusive island of Scorpios – because who doesn’t love a little billionaire spotting to wrap up a fantastic day at sea?

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Adamas: Milos and Polyaigos Full-Day Cruise with Lunch

Fancy a nautical escapade around Greece’s volcanic islands? Buckle up, my sea-faring friend, because I’ve got the perfect adventure in mind, the Adamas Milos and Polyaigos Full-Day Cruise with Lunch, a full-day boat cruise, kicking off from Adamas, that takes you around the exotic island of Milos and the untouched natural beauty of Polyaigos. You’ll make pit stops in azure waters, snack on a scrumptious lunch, and add some snorkelling around the mystical Kleftiko caves.

You’ll start your voyage from Adamas, sailing gently around the charming, rainbow-hued fishing villages scattered across Adamas Gulf. Look out for Arkoudes – the cluster of sea rocks resembling a bear family.

Next up, we’ll feast our eyes on the moon-like landscape of Sarakiniko and the volcanic islands of Glaronissia, truly a spectacle that Mother Nature saved just for you. Then you drop anchor at Polyaigos Island for a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear waters and maybe even a selfie or two.

Once back on board, you’ll steer towards eastern Milos, where you’ll discover the intriguing history of Thiorichia’s old Sulfur Mines. But you won’t be left high and dry; you’re heading for a dip in the emerald waters of Gerakas next.

Then, folks, you’ll venture to the notorious pirate hideout, the Kleftiko caves, where you can snorkel to your heart’s content. And what better way to celebrate your brave exploration than with a scrumptious lunch against the backdrop of Kleftiko’s unparalleled landscape.

Post-lunch, your adventure takes you to the Cave of Sykia, a massive sea cave boasting a natural skylight thanks to its collapsed roof. As you journey along the western side of Milos, accessible only by boat, you’ll catch a glimpse of Cape Vani’s old manganese mine.

After a day filled with exploration, laughter and a fair share of splashing around, you’ll return to the port of Adamas around 7 PM. Rest assured, this will be a day in Greece that’ll top your list of “best days ever”.

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Mykonos: Luxury Catamaran Cruise with Lunch & Drinks

Looking for a dose of luxury on your Greek getaway? Well, have I got just the thing for you? A high-end catamaran cruise from Mykonos that lets you experience the beauty of the Aegean Sea like never before. It’s not just a boat cruise, folks; it’s a sailing extravaganza with a delightful lunch, bottomless glasses of homemade wine, and the stunning island of Rhenia as your backdrop. This is the Mykonos Luxury Catamaran Cruise with Lunch and Drinks.

Your adventure on one of the most beautiful Greek islands begins when you meet your expert skipper and crew and settle into a plush spot on the sleek catamaran. As you sail away from the dock, the charming white houses of Mykonos start to shrink in the distance, offering picture-perfect views. Sit back, and enjoy the ocean breeze and the rhythmic dance of the Aegean waves. And, of course, keep your glass topped up with an endless supply of traditional Mykonos wine.

After some quality time absorbing the Aegean Sea’s magnificent beauty, you’ll cruise past the historical Delos island. Get those cameras and phones ready because this is a snapshot moment you want to capture.

Next, you set sail for Rhenia, docking in a secluded cove with crystal-clear turquoise waters. It’s time to kick back and relax, or if you’re feeling a tad adventurous, why go for a snorkelling expedition? While you’re busy exploring or sunbathing, the crew will be hard at work, rustling up a mouthwatering Greek feast for you to devour on board.

Stuffed and satisfied, you’ll start your journey back. Keep your eyes peeled for the iconic windmills on the island and the picturesque Mykonos town. If you’ve opted for the sunset cruise, get ready for an enchanting display as the sun dips below the horizon, painting the sky in hues of gold. It’s a spectacle worth every penny, I assure you.

So, whether you’re a seasoned sea-lover or a first-time sailor, this luxury catamaran cruise will highlight your Greece holiday.

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From Ag Anna: Rina’s Cave and Ano Koufonisi Cruise with Lunch

Fancy a bit of nautical adventure while you’re in Greece? Well, how about a delightful cruise aboard a 25-metre sailing boat, exploring the wonders of Rina’s Cave and Ano Koufonissi? Starting from Agia Anna, this voyage is a must for anyone with a love for the sea, sun, and a spot of island exploration. For this is the Ag Anna: Rina’s Cave and Ano Koufonisi Cruise with Lunch.

Your journey begins at a leisurely 10 AM from Agia Anna port, and you’ll be back by 6:30 PM, leaving you with plenty of tales to tell over dinner. You’ll cruise along the stunning Naxos West coast, and in roughly an hour and a half, you’ll find yourself at Rina’s Cave. Now, this isn’t just any cave; it’s an awe-inspiring spot accessible only by sea – an absolute gem.

Here, the anchor will be dropped for a couple of hours, giving you ample time to swim in the cave, dive from above if you’re feeling particularly daring, or just kick back and relax on the nearby pebble beach with its unique water spring.

But what’s a boat tour without a proper feast? While you’re busy taking in the sights or taking the plunge, The crew will whip up a mouthwatering BBQ lunch brimming with homemade delicacies made from local Naxian products. We’re talking traditional potato salad, tzatziki, pasta, fresh bread, and souvlaki. Vegans and vegetarians fear not, they’ve got you covered with butter beans and delightful dolmades. Wash it all down with local wine, water or a soft drink of your choice.

Once you’re all filled up, it’s onwards to Ano Koufonissi. Here, you’ll have three glorious hours to do as you please. Amble through the village’s cobbled streets, soak up the sun on the nearby beaches or hitch a ride on a low-cost sea taxi to explore other beaches. It’s your time; spend it as you wish.

All good things must come to an end, though. Around 5:15 PM, you’ll set sail back to Agia Anna port. But don’t worry, you’ll have a bag full of memories and lots of beautiful shots to remember this unforgettable day.

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Antiparos: Full-Day Sailing Trip with Lunch and Drinks

Thinking about your next holiday to Paros, Greece? Well, I’ve got a cracker of an idea for you – a full-day sailing trip around Paros and Antiparos with a bellyful of delicious Greek grub and drinks included. Doesn’t that just sound like the bee’s knees?

Picture this. You’ll cast off from Antiparos around 10 AM or from the Pounda port 15 minutes later. Your first port of call is the sparkling Blue Lagoon, also known as Panteronissia.

As you sail, you can kick back with a morning coffee or juice, absorbing the beauty of the Aegean Sea around you. Once you get to the lagoon, prepare to be blown away by the shallow azure waters – a sight you won’t find at any ordinary spot on the island.

After a delightful first dip in the water, you’ll be spoilt with a selection of delectable local treats. Fancy some marinated fish with juicy, fresh tomatoes from the garden, all washed down with ouzo or wine? Of course, you do.

But you’re not done yet, not by a long walk. Sailing along the rugged southern coast of Antiparos, you’ll land at our next pit stop – the Mastichari cave. Here, you’ll come across small sea caves nestled beneath white rocks, the perfect spots for a bit of cliff jumping if you’re feeling adventurous.

Next, you’ll glide by the famous Epitaphios cave and end up in the shallow waters of Despotiko. Now, this is where the real magic happens – lunch. Freshly grilled fish or your meat of choice, complemented by a fresh Greek salad, potato salad and a cold beer to quench your thirst.

On the homeward leg, you’ll drop anchor for a swim at Faneromeni Bay and enjoy some refreshing fruit to round off the meal. You’ll be back at the Pounda port by 4:30 PM or Antiparos by 4:45 PM. And worry not; there’ll be plenty of water and three drinks of your choosing (soft drinks, juice, wine, ouzo, or beer) throughout our journey.

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Rhodes: Speedboat Trip to Symi with Free Time to Explore

Fancy an unforgettable holiday to Rhodes? Looking to add a dash of adventure to your relaxing Greek getaway? Well, brace yourself because I’ve got just the ticket for you. Let’s talk about the Speedboat Trip to Symi with Free Time to Explore. It’s a nippy little speedboat trip from Rhodes Town to the charming island of Symi in the Dodecanese. Fasten your seatbelts or lifejackets, and let’s get sailing.

Start your day at Kolona Harbor in Rhodes, where you’ll hop aboard a swanky modern speedboat with all the bells and whistles. I’m talking about a sun-kissed sundeck for the sun-worshippers and an air-conditioned indoor area for those who prefer a cooler sailing experience.

As you zip away from Rhodes, get ready for some awe-inspiring views. Peek over the deck, and you’ll catch sight of the grand Rhodes castle walls, the towering minarets of the Old Town, a rather punctual medieval clock, and the Marine Gate that looks like it’s guarding the sea. But wait, there’s more. Keep those peepers peeled to the left, and you’ll see the towering 46-meter-high Naillac Tower, the iconic Windmills of Rhodes, the Saint Nicholas Fortress, and the Aquarium of Rhodes. It’s like a smorgasbord of history and culture, all from the comfort of your boat seat.

Once you reach the Bay of Symi, you’ll see why this island is considered one of Greece’s gems. The town of Symi is built like a grand amphitheatre, and its colourful neoclassical houses are so charming that they’ll likely steal your heart away. On calm days, you can see these vivid buildings reflecting in the sea, creating a scene straight out of a postcard.

Here’s where the ‘free time’ bit comes in – you’ll have 3.5 hours to explore Symi at your leisure. Want to shop? Go on! Fancy some local cuisine? Dig in. Eager to snap pictures of the colourful houses? Click away. It’s your time, and you can spend it however you please. When it’s time to return, hop back on the speedboat, and you’ll be whisked back to Rhodes. Easy-peasy.

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Santorini: Luxury Small Group Catamaran with Meal & Open Bar

Going on a holiday to Santorini? Allow me to be your digital tour guide for a moment and let you in on one of the most fabulous ways to explore this Greek gem: the famous Santorini: Luxury Small Group Catamaran with Meal and Open Bar. Not just any cruise, mind you, but one that comes with a tasty meal, an open bar, and the best sunset views you’ve ever seen. It’s like the all-inclusive package of boat tours.

Now picture this: you’ve just been whisked away from your hotel and find yourself at the port, standing before a sleek Catamaran. It’s as luxurious as they come, waiting to take you on a grand tour around the breathtaking Santorini Caldera.

Fancy a snorkel? You’ll have half an hour off the coast of Red Beach and a whopping 1.5 hours to explore the mysterious sea caves of White Beach. Never snorkelled before? Not to worry; the waters are as clear as the intentions of someone asking for a second serving at dinner.

Speaking of dinner, get ready to tuck into some delightful Santorini delicacies. We’re talking barbecue skewers, dolmadakia (that’s rice-stuffed vine leaves for the uninitiated), Greek salad, and other local dishes that will make your taste buds do a happy dance. And if you’re feeling parched, enjoy unlimited drinks, including local white wine, Greek beer, and soft drinks. It’s like a Greek feast at sea.

As you sail past the uninhabited volcano islands of Palia Kameni and Nea Kameni, you may feel like an explorer discovering new lands. But don’t worry, no conquering necessary – just sit back, relax, and let the sights like Aspronisi Island and the Akrotiri lighthouse wash over you.

Now, about that sunset I mentioned earlier: if you choose the late afternoon option, you’ll find yourself below the village of Oia. And then it happens – the skies light up with vibrant pastel colours as the sun dips below the horizon. It’s a moment that’ll make you go “wow” or “ooh” or whatever noise people make when they’re utterly wowed.

At the end of this unforgettable Santorini excursion, you’ll be conveniently dropped back at your hotel, feeling content and a tad more in love with Greece.

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Zakynthos Island: Navagio Shipwreck Beach & Blue Caves Tour

Okay folks, pack your sunnies and adventurous spirit because I’m about to take you on a digital jaunt through one of Greece’s most famous islands, Zakynthos. And let me tell you, this isn’t just any old holiday – we’re talking about the famous Zakynthos Island: Navagio Shipwreck Beach & Blue Caves Tour. Sounds fancy, doesn’t it? Well, buckle up (or slather on the sun cream), because here we go.

Picture this: you’re comfortably lounging in your accommodation in Zakynthos, maybe having a cuppa, and an air-conditioned bus picks you up. It’s like your own private limo, minus the red carpet. Your guide for the day shares the itinerary at Bohali panoramic viewpoint, and you suddenly realise this isn’t your ordinary bus ride.

First off, a healing swim at Xygia Beach. Healing, you ask? Yup, it’s like a natural spa with sulfur and collagen. Think of it as Mother Nature’s way of saying, “Take that, wrinkles” Then, a quick photo stop at the rocky shore of Makris Gialos Beach because, let’s be honest, if you didn’t take a picture, did you even go?

Next up Shipwreck Beach, also known as Navagio Beach. Ever seen those stunning pictures of an old shipwreck on a golden sand beach surrounded by towering cliffs? That’s the place.

But the adventure isn’t over yet, my sea-loving friends. You’ll hop aboard a glass-bottom speedboat to visit the Blue Caves. And when I say blue, I mean BLUE – like, smurf blue. You’ll get the chance to swim inside these mesmerising caves, which is basically like diving into a giant sapphire.

Hungry after all that exploring? Purchase lunch after the boat ride, and then get ready to have your mind blown by the stunning panoramic view above Shipwreck Beach. Trust me; it’s the kind of view that makes you want to write poetry or at least caption an Instagram post with something profound.

Finally, don’t forget to pay a visit to the 2000-year-old olive tree in the charming town of Exo Chora. It’s like the wise old sage of trees, full of wisdom and probably some delicious olives.

At the end of this whirlwind day, you’ll be transferred back to your hotel with a heart full of memories and probably a camera or phone full of breathtaking photos.


And there we have it, fellow travellers, an odyssey through Greece’s gleaming seas and mesmerising islands. From the wild waves of Mykonos to the serene sunset in Santorini, we’ve sailed, sampled, and snorkelled our way through the best boat trips Greece has to offer. Who knew holidays to Greece could be this grand?

By now, your taste buds should be tingling for tzatziki and your heart aching for Hydra. And remember, with the expert tips tucked into this blog post, you can book tickets in advance and cruise past those queues as effortlessly as a catamaran glides through the waters of Lefkada.

Now, it’s over to you. Grab your ticket, pack that sense of adventure, and set sail for the Greek islands. Whether you’re a beach bum in Kos or a history hound in Rhodes, these top things to do are just a click away.

Don’t just dream about the Blue Caves of Zakynthos; make it a reality!
Remember, every ticket is a gateway to an unforgettable journey, every island a new friend to meet, every dish a symphony of flavours. So, here’s to you, Greece, and all the magical memories waiting to be made.