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Overview
Visit of 3 islands of the Cyclades Complex
Detailed Itinerary

Arrival in Sifnos Island and transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. (B)

Breakfast at your hotel. Free time to explore the picturesque island. (B)
Sifnos is one of the bigger islands within the Western Cyclades island group. Today the island is famous for its pottery and culinary tradition.
Today you may wish to visit the capital of Sifnos is Apollonia (Chora), with its narrow cobbled streets and white houses, a typical Cyclades village. You could also visit the Kamares, a lively small port. Don’t miss to explore Kastro which is considered the most beautiful and also the most romantic village on the island. White houses, narrow alleys, and a small museum of sculptures and pottery on display.

Breakfast at your hotel. Free time to explore the picturesque island. (B)

Directly at the sea there are number of other villages. Platys Gialos village , lying by the beach, has souvenir shops, restaurants and hotels. Another nice beach is Vathi. You may also visit Faros, a small fishing village.

After breakfast transfer to port. Economy hydrofoil tickets from Sifnos to Milos. Arrival and transfer to your hotel. Free time. (B)
Milos isalnd is the the home of the celebrated Venus of Milos dazzles with its own breathtaking beauty, a unique and unspoiled island.
Milos is rumored to be the next luxury destination in Greek tourism but it’s not too late to grab a high-end holiday. Outstanding beaches (over 70 beaches ideal for swimming), crystal clear water and gorgeous sunsets are just some of the reasons why Milos should appear on your itinerary.
The island’s large number of beaches offer great variety. Some beaches are tucked away while others are more out in the open. You can pick from sandy, rocky or pebbled, fully serviced or without any amenities. If you want to see as many of them as you can, board a giradiko, or boat offering a trip around the entire island, at the Adamantas quay.

Breakfast at your hotel. Free time to explore. Opportunity for a swim. (B)
Today you may wish to visit the rainbow-colored Klima Village with its typical two-storeyed houses with unbelievably colorful doors.

Breakfast at your hotel. Day at leisure to explore on your own. Opportunity for relaxation and swim. (B)
Milos is also home to a dormant volcano. Its power may be experienced at Kalamos, one of the island’s oldest volcanic centers. The volcanic steam and gases emitted into the atmosphere reach temperatures of 100 degrees Celsius.

After breakfast you will be transferred to the port to board your hydrofoil to Naxos. Arrival and transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. (B)
Experience Naxos, the Cyclades’ largest island! This little city island with endless stretches of sandy beaches, fertile valleys and mountain villages offers so much to see and do.
The island according to Greek mythology is the birthplace of the god of wine, Dionysus, and the place where Zeus grew up as a child.
Shaped like a diamond, or as some say, like a green leaf on the Aegean, it boasts a fertile land, due to its many natural sources of irrigation. This natural phenomenon has provided the island with a vibrant industry of agriculture and self-sufficiency apparent by the many products the island produces, including cheese and dairy, meat, olive oil, honey, fruits and vegetables and sweet preserve. Must-try items include Naxian cheese (there are several varieties); potatoes (they are considered to be amongst Greece’s best); and the liqueur made from the leaves of the Citron fruit, indigenous to Naxos.
And that’s not all. The island is also a natural resource of marble and emery, with skilled craftsmen providing the region with the material used to build many mythical monuments for millennia.
Remains of these temples and other significant artefacts are found throughout Naxos, making it an ideal place to see up close, the temples and mythical legends we read about in books: The Temple of Demeter; The Temple of Apollo; the sanctuary at Yria (temple dedicated to the god Dionysus); the giant “Gulliver-like” statues Kouroi and the medieval castle above Naxos’s Old Town.
A civilization that dates back to the 4th millennium B.C.

Breakfast at your hotel. Day at leisure to explore on your own. Opportunity for relaxation and swim. (B)
Don't miss to visit the picturesque mountain villages of Apeiranthos and Philoti.
Apeiranthos village, amphitheatrically built at the slopes of Mount Fanari, is by many considered the crown jewel of Naxos. Much of this belief is due to the fact that over the centuries it has managed to retain its unique authenticity which is apparent in every step you take, in every alley you walk and wherever you look.
Another of the most famous and beautiful villages of the island is Filoti which is well-known for its olive groves and little Byzantine churches, both of which are also found in the village. It is a traditional Cycladic village built amphitheatrically on the slopes of mount Zas, with whitewashed, flat roofed houses and narrow heavily flowered streets. The inhabitants use their roofs as balconies or terraces for the warm summer months. The main street is the centre of village life in terms of café and restaurants. The little paved square named Gefyra (Greek - bridge), is surrounded by picturesque “kafenia” (Greek traditional cafes) also serving ouzo and snacks and a number of taverns and retail outlets, all shadowed by a huge, majestic plane tree allowing for a cool breeze.

Breakfast at your hotel. Day at leisure to explore on your own. Opportunity for relaxation and swim. (B)
Undoubtedly, the main attraction to visiting Naxos is its breathtaking coastline. Scores of endless sandy shores, some easy to get to, and others more remote, provide the option of easy access or exploration to find your own special place.


In recent years, Naxos is getting on the map of becoming a year-round destination for nature and adventure lovers. The mountain peaks and massifs boast an extensive network of gorgeous hiking and biking trails, many of which include sightseeing.

After breakfast transfer to the airport or port for your onward journey. End of Services. (B)

Inclusions

- 3 nights accommodation in Sifnos in 3 star hotels
- 3 nights accommodation in Milos in 3 star hotels
- 3 nights accommodation in Naxos in 3 star hotels
- Continental Breakfast daily
- Arrival/departure transfers from airport/port to hotel and v.v.
- Economy hydrofoil tickets Sifnos / Milos
- Economy hydrofoil tickets Milos / Naxos

Exclusions

- City accommodation tax to be paid locally at the hotels.
- Air tickets
- Anything not mentioned in the inclusions section.

Trip Highlights

Islands of Sifnos, Milos, Naxos

Departure Period

01 Sep, 2020 to 30 Sep, 2020
AUD 1,861 P P twin share
AUD 3,355 P P single

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