- Aegean Sea
The Cyclades islands beg to be approached by sea, revealing their charms slowly or in a sudden moment of sheer drama. You could see them all in ten days, but chances are you’ll be tempted to linger longer.
The most distant island chain from mainland Greece, the islands of the Dodecanese are strung out along the aquamarine waters of the Aegean Sea.
- Mainland Greece
The cradle of European civilisation, Greece is suffused with history and culture. Once the epicentre of the ancient world, it still contains archaeological sites and treasures dating back to the Classical era that combined with its natural wonders ensures a collection of some of the world’s most compelling cruising grounds.