Yacht Charter Greece:
Greece is located in the southeast end of Europe. The Greek Islands enjoy a dry sunny Mediterranean climate. The Grecian waters are perfect for swimming, snorkelling and playing with pool toys. The summer is hot and dry everywhere and there is very little rain. In July and August temperatures usually reach 30-35°C, but sometimes can be even higher. This is the perfect climate for an amazing summer yacht charter. With its spectacular coastline and numerous must-see Islands such as Santorini, Zakynthos, Kos and Lefkada, Greece has become a very popular destination to charter a yacht.
Greece has a very broad and interesting history that goes as far back as the Stone Age. This rich history has made Greece a great place to dock your boat and sight see around the islands. You can visit old archaeological sites, churches and even visit volcanoes and the areas of old volcanic eruptions. Hikes, old towns and scenic walks are everywhere so you can build up an appetite to eat the wonderful cuisine or head back to your yacht, relax and keep cruising around the islands – the best way to truly get a feel for the beauty!
The Greek Islands:
One question you are probably asking yourself is where in Greece should I charter a yacht. Greek sovereign land includes 6000 islands of which only 227 islands are inhabited. This leaves you a lot of choice of where to go…
- Armeni Restaurant – specialising in seafood, Mediterranean and Greek cuisine. It is located in the Old Port of Armeni in the town of Oia.
- Flyaway Creative Restaurant and Bar – for a more fine dining experience
- Aeras Restaurant – a more international restaurant
- Xigia Tavern – a more local restaurant specialising in Greek / Mediterranean cuisine
All in all, Greece is an amazing yachting destination. Chartering a yacht here would be the perfect way to experience another culture and have an amazing holiday!