Each island in the North Aegean has its own identity, with unique wild beauty and rich cultural heritage. Start your sailing trip from the island of Thassos! The island is surrounded by crystal blue waters near the northern coast of Greece. Sail around the beautiful bays of Thassos and treat yourself to some of the best food, drink and fun! Enjoy your fish meze, accompanied with tsipouro – a local, strong and tasty alcoholic beverage.
Your first introduction to the island of Samothrace will be via the port town of Kamariotissa, where you’ll find a string of cafes, restaurants, nightclubs, shops to buy your souvenir or beach essentials. Pachia Ammos and Kipos are famous beaches offering crystal-clear water for snorkeling and diving. The stunning Vatos beach can only be reached by tour boat.
Lemnos is a large island in the North Eastern Aegean, located between Samothrace island to the North East and Agios Efstratios to the South West. The island has some of the best beaches in the Aegean but also the best wine. Lesvos if for sure your next stop. The island is famous for the world’s second largest Petrified Forest. The houses are painted with a different color, offering a stylish architectural touch. Plomari is the traditional home of ouzo. Experience ouzo accompanied by salted sardines as a meze dish.
Chios is the island that once you get to know it you always want to return. The port is a city with cafes, restaurants and shops. There are lots of interesting things to see including the Mastichochoria, villages famous for the manufacturing of Mastika, valuable in cosmetics and medicine. Walking trails are and remote beaches are there for you to explore.
Your next sailing attraction is Samos, an island ruled by legend and beauty. Wander around the settlements, admire the Sarakini Tower, visit the monasteries of Zoodochos Pigi Aliotissa, Agia Zoni and Timios Stavros. If you wish to please your palate, try the varieties of Samos Muscat. Above all else, Samos is a place of late-night revels, as well as a place of peace, ideal for rest, relaxation and contemplation.
Located between Samos and Mykonos, sits the island of longevity! Ikaria is one of the largest islands in the eastern Aegean Sea. The island has a rich historical and cultural heritage. The main agricultural products are the famous red wine ‘Pramnios oinos’, tsipouro, olive oil and honey. Live the famous fairs, where people dance all day long the local dance named ‘Ikariotikos’. Exotic, romantic, crowded or isolated, the beaches of Ikaria are unique! Discover them all with a sailing boat!
Samos is one of the biggest islands of Greece and it’s the favourite touristic destination in the north east Aegean. The island of the father of mathematics, Pythagoras, the astronomer Aristarchus and the philosopher Epicurus. It features a rich history as well as beautiful nature, an intact infrastructure and friendly people who will make your stay a memorable.
Chios is a hidden treasure in the Aegean, waiting to be discovered. It is known as one of the most likely birthplaces of Homer, and also the ancient mathematicians Hippocrates and Enopides. Much as Chios is famous for its mastic, it is not the only “magic” one can find on this island. The city of Chios affords a unique opportunity for wandering by feet among the narrow streets of the settlements.
Lesvos is an island with great mythological history and the birthplace of many famous poets of antiquity, like Sappho. In addition, the verdant forests, endless beaches, and traditional architecture make Lesvos even more charming. Visitors will admire several sites and beautiful routes along the way. Over the last years, Lesvos tourism is also developing in terms of agriculture.
Ikaria is a place with rich mythological past, and also famed for its thermal springs, unique in the whole world for their chemical composition and radiation. Sandy beaches, running waters, mountains and lush green hillsides compose the majestic relief of the island. Ikaria is Moreover, the easy going local lifestyle with a unique work-rest schedule and the famed festivals with traditional dances till the next morning. Current name derives from Icarus, son of Daedalus, who according to the myth, fell in Ikarian Sea while attempting to fly higher than his father.
Having successfully retained its traditional charm, Lemnos island will give you a guaranteed refreshing vacation. The volcanic island of Hephaestus, god of fire, lends its fertility to fruitful plains, which the locals make the best of by producing goods of unique taste and excellent quality. Having everything a visitor could ask for, from over a hundred stunning golden beaches, complete with sapphire waters, which form a unique contrast with the wild landscape, to numerous archaeological sites and villages.
If you’re someone who seeks seclusion, privacy, and relaxation, then Fourni is an ideal destination for you. Swimming and hiking are the two main things to do in Fourni island Greece, if you’re a nature lover. As a matter of fact, Fournoi is not just one island, but a formation of small ones, of which only two are inhabited: Fournoi and Thymaina. Islands of fishermen and bee keepers, they provide visitors with all basic comforts.