The Greek Islands are the birthplace of flotilla holidays, beautiful islands with a warm welcome await you.
It is for good reason that Greece is, and has always been, our client’s most popular sailing destination and it boasts a number of distinctly different sailing areas to choose from.
The Ionian sea surrounds the west coast of Greece and is the ideal location for a relaxed sailing trip in Greece, particularly popular with families and less experienced sailors. Typically you will experience gentle afternoon breezes, warm seas and friendly waterside tavernas. The sheltered waters of the Ionian offer a vast array of tranquil bays and enchanting fishing harbours and villages.
The Saronic gulf lies to the East of the Peloponnisos peninsula in the Aegean sea.With reliable winds and a good variety of islands to visit the Saronic Gulf is very popular sailing destination suits sailors looking for a change from the Ionian and is easily accessible with regular flights to Athens.
The Sporades islands are a beautiful archipelago in the North East of Greece, which are renowned for their pristine sandy beaches and azure blue seas. The sailing conditions offer a mix of gentle cruising and more adventurous longer passages to the outer Sporades.
The Dodecanese Islands lie on the eastern edge of the Aegean Sea adjacent to the coast of Turkey and your flotilla departs from the popular island of Kos. Sailing the Dodecanese Islands offers great open-water passages long or short between the 14 largely unspoilt islands and more than 40 islets, and is perfect for the slightly more experienced flotilla sailor, looking for a change.See our latest flotilla offers for this destination