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Saronic Islands Cruise - Tour from Athens

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Key Highlights
  • Enjoy a relaxing cruise and visit some of the most picturesque islands in Greece
  • These islands are a photographer′s delight
  • Wander around Hydra Island where no motor vehicles are allowed
  • Activity Schedule
    When does it run?



    11 hours

    Start time

    Start time: 0800h (08:00am)
    Duration: 11 hours

    Meeting Point

    The ship departs from TROCADERO PALEO FALIRO (near the TAE-KWON-DO establishments).
    Please report at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start time. This is mandatory to allow time for pre-departure briefing.

    Ending Point

    The tour ends at the starting point

  • Overview & Itinerary
    Overview Cruise the scenic Saronic Islands and discover vast expanses of sandy beaches set against dark forests.

    Relax on the verdant island of Aegina with its neoclassical buildings, narrow alleys and traditional fishing trade. Enjoy the wonderful landscapes of the Poros Island or stroll along its secluded beaches. This serene island is filled with fine neoclassical and Venetian buildings, picturesque villages and beautiful beaches.

    Discover the charms of the island of Hydra and enjoy a simple way of life which has not changed for many years. The island itself is the dream of photographers and artists. The crystal clear water and the unique architectures will stay with you as lasting memories.


    You will board your vessel and set out on a cruise to the Saronic Islands, situated at a close distance from Athens.

    Head towards the islands of Aegina, Poros and Hydra. There will be a short stop on each island for you to explore them.

    Aegina: The verdant island known for its great production of colorful pistachios and countless pine trees. Marvel at the charming landscapes and the picturesque harbour of Agia Marina. See the 5th century BC Temple of Aphaia, built high on a mountain in an area full of olive and pine trees, overlooking the deep blue sea.

    Poros: Famed for its unspoiled beauty and wonderful landscapes, Poros offers a wonderful relaxing ambience. The picturesque town of Poros has some pretty neoclassical buildings and is covered with lemon trees.

    Hydra: The island is a natural paradise and is closed to motorized vehicles. Donkeys are the primary form of public transport. The village of Hydra is a paradise-like place, protected by a special preservation order. It is full of traditional red-tiled houses, old mansions and stone-paved narrow alleys.

    Lunch will be on board the cruise vessel.

    At the end of the tour, you will be dropped back at the port in Athens.

  • Inclusions & Exclusions
    • Transportation in an air-conditioned coach
    • Lunch onboard the cruise vessel
    • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
    • Drinks
    • Optional excursion at the island of Aegina
  • Please note & Additional info
    Please note

    Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details.

    Name of the boat is Olympic Cruises

    Additional info

    The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.

  • reviews
    • saronic island

      good ideal and value to see this beautiful place. with nice buffet lunch. good organise an programm for all age...

      georgios georgiou, Cyprus, 07/Oct/2012
    • good ideal to view saronic island

      u can pass u day with saronic view - 3 island. good value, nice buffet lunch in the boat. with music and dance in the boat....

      georgios georgiou, Cyprus, 07/Oct/2012
    • A Luxurios and very nice full day tour in the Greek archipelago.

      This boat tour included pleasant entertainment with Greek music with dancing on board and additionally excellent and good lunch on board. Music and dance of Zorba character. I...

      Björn Odemark, Sweden, 17/Jun/2015
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