Athens – Lavrion Yacht Charter Base

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Lavrion is one of the main ports of Athens, which can be reached easily from the marina. Rich in culture and history, Athens merits visiting before setting sail from Lavrion to explore the myriad of Islands and Mainland destinations accessible from the base.

Lavrion is situated on the east coast of the Attiki peninsula and is ideal for exploring the Cyclades islands or the Island of Evia to the north.

Lavrion Yacht Charter Base Co-Ordinates:

37°42.5′ N  24°04′ E

Lavrion Yacht Charter Base Address:

Panormos Lavriou PC 19500, Lavrio, Attica.

Lavrion Yacht Charter Base Facilities:

  • Coffee-bar
  • Parking
  • Super-market
  • Crane
  • Power supply
  • Water supply
  • Dry berths
  • Restaurants
  • WC
  • Gasoline station
  • Showers
  • Weather forecast
  • Laundry service
  • Slipway
  • Workshop
Day 1

UK to Athens and transfer to Lavrion marina for embarkation.

Day 2

Vourkari – Island of Kea. – 14nm – a popular weekend spot for wealthy Athenians. Trail the road from Vourkari to Otzia to visit the prehistoric Copper Age villa and ancient churches. End your evening enjoying fresh lobster dishes and Greek wine in a Vourkari Bay taverna.

Day 3

Finikas – Island of Syros. – 32nm – named by Phoenicians in ancient times when they established their own port. Finikas is a popular stop for sailors as it offers peaceful shelter from the Meltemi winds. The Blue Flag awarded Finikas Beach is ideal for sunbathing and snorkelling.

Day 4

Parikia – Island of Paros. – 23nm – Parikia is the cosmopolitan capital of Paros. Most of the buzz is centered around the promenade but head inland in search of cobbled streets and whitewashed stone houses.

Day 5

Kamares – Island of Sifnos. – 30nm – a family-friendly beach town with a warm, shallow bay which is perfect for little ones – or those who like to ‘paddle’. If you’re feeling fit, pack a picnic and climb up towards one of the mountainside monasteries for some incredible lunch time views.

Day 6

Merichas – Island of Kythnos. – 31nm – the main port of the island with some lively nightlife. At dinner, keep it authentic with local specialities, such as, ‘kolopia’ (pie with vegetables) and  ‘sfougata’ (croquettes made from goat’s cheese).

Day 7

Return to Lavrion marina. – 25nm – spend your final day exploring Athens City Centre and – if you make it back in time – the ancient Acropolis.

Day 8

Disembark and transfer to Athens airport.

Day 1

UK to Athens and transfer to Lavrion marina for embarkation.

Day 2

Vourkari – Island of Kea. – 14nm – a popular weekend spot for wealthy Athenians. Trail the road from Vourkari to Otzia to visit the prehistoric Copper Age villa and ancient churches. End your evening enjoying fresh lobster dishes and Greek wine in a Vourkari Bay taverna.

Day 3

Loutra – Island of Kythnos. – 20nm – Loutra means ‘baths’ which refers to its thermal springs, rumoured have healing properties. Visit the archaeological site of an ancient Mesolithic settlement which dates back to before 8000BC. Alternatively, take a guided dive to discover corals underwater caves.

Day 4

Finikas – Island of Syros. – 32nm – named by Phoenicians in ancient times when they established their own port. Finikas is a popular stop for sailors as it offers peaceful shelter from the Meltemi winds. The Blue Flag awarded Finikas Beach is ideal for sunbathing and snorkelling.

Day 5

Mykonos and Delos. – 26nm – Mykonos – named after the grandson of Apollo – has become a favourite Greek destination in recent years. Infamous for its party scene, excellent food, stylish shops & restaurants and stunning architecture. Visit ‘Little Venice’ to see the whitewashed buildings and colourful balconies it is known for. Escape the hustle and bustle of Mykonos for Delos – a UNESCO world heritage site host to one of the most important archaeological regions in the whole of Greece.

Day 6

Parikia – Island of Paros. – 23nm – Parikia is the cosmopolitan capital of Paros. Most of the buzz is centered around the promenade but head inland in search of cobbled streets and whitewashed stone houses.

Day 7

Island of Ios. – 25nm – known for its raucous nightlife but also for its wonderful beaches. Stick to exploring, Chora, the capital only in the daytime and head to Manganari Bay and one of its peaceful beaches.

Day 8

Island(s) of Santorini. – 20nm – formed from centuries of intensive volcanic activity and the romantic getaway of choice for many couples. Get lost in the streets of the capital, ‘Fira’, where the infamous white and pastel-coloured buildings cascade magnificently over the island.

Day 9

Island of Folegandros. – 30nm – a small but charming island. Head to  Angali Beach for a day’s relaxing in the sun or hike along the well-trodden donkey paths to explore the island on foot.

Day 10

Kleftiko rocks and Adamandas (Milos). – 40nm – pass by the island’s main port of Adamandas and onto Leftiko which was once used as a refuge for pirates.

Day 11

Vathi bay & Kamares (Sifnos). – 29nm – Kamares is a family-friendly beach town with a warm, shallow bay which is perfect for little ones – or those who like to ‘paddle’. If you’re feeling fit, pack a picnic and climb up towards one of the mountainside monasteries for some incredible lunch time views. Vathi is an equally beautiful horseshoe shaped bay with calm and clear waters. It has a picturesque village – perfect for leisurely walks.

Day 12

Psili Ammos and Livadi (Serifos) – 20nm – Psili Ammos means ‘soft sand’ in reference to its inviting beaches. Sail 4nm or hike to the port of Livadi. Set your alarm early and enjoy a sunrise coffee in a bayside cafe.

Day 13

Kolones and Merichas (Kythnos) – 18nm – sail to the marvel that is Kolona Beach, formed of a strip of land intersecting the bridge of water between two rugged land masses. You can trail the western edge up to the chapel of St. Luke. For the evening, sail onto Merichas,  the main port of the island with some lively nightlife. At dinner, keep it authentic with local specialities, such as, ‘kolopia’ (pie with vegetables) and  ‘sfougata’ (croquettes made from goat’s cheese).

Day 14

Return to Lavrion – 27nm – spend your final day exploring Athens City Centre and – if you make it back in time – the ancient Acropolis.

Day 15

Disembark and transfer to Athens airport.

The airport in Athens is just 28km from Lavrion marina, and the transfer to the marina takes approximately 45 minutes. The centre of athens is an hour away, as is the port of Piraeus, for all ferry connections to the islands.

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