On your daily sailing trip with our yacht, you will enjoy site seen, sailing and swimming. You will visit the most beautiful and famous part of the island of Corfu. But the most important is that you will have a good time on our yacht, so our professional and experienced crew will look after you, make you feel comfortable and do the best for your joy and safety.
Departing from Corfu port,you will see the Kanoni peninsula and the palace of Mon Repos. Approaching the channel between Corfu and Paxos, you will admire the green island of Paxos covered with olives and cypress trees. The legend tells that Paxos was formed when Poseidon severed the tip of Corfu with one mighty blow of his trident and dragged it South to create an idyllic retreat for his love, Amphitrite. Then the boat will enter the breathtaking sea caves, whose clear emerald blue waters will leave you speechless. Depart from the caves and arrive at the small but perfectly formed island of Antipaxos, whose sandy blue water coves have been compared to the Caribbean’s. Here you will have the opportunity to swim in the crystal waters of ‘’Paradise Beach” (Voutoumi). Our excursion will return once again to Paxos. After entering the narrow channel which leads us to the picturesque port of Gaios village, you will see the breathtaking view of the two islands Panagia and Agios Nikolaos.
The Blue Caves are widely considered among the Ionian Islands’ top natural attractions, but their remote shoreline location makes visiting independently a challenge. On this tour, reach the caves with ease—with round-trip transportation from your Corfu hotel included. With your guide to lead the way, you’ll also take in top sites of interest including the peaceful village of Lakka, the soft-sand beaches of Paxos, and the island of Antipaxos.
Did you know that two of the most beautiful islands in the world are situated only 8 nautical miles away from Corfu? For the last 50 years we have offered visitors a unique opportunity to discover the rare beauty of the islands Paxos-Antipaxos and the blue caves.
Our Cruise to Albania from Corfu is aimed at adventurous travellers seeking something out of the ordinary.From the Port of Corfu, we follow the Albanian coast to the city port of Saranda. After a short coffee break in Saranda, a 20 km guided coach tour of the south coast’s virgin shores and scattered islands is available for those who want it. Leaving the mainland again, we pass small picturesque villages and endless fertile plains that lead to a great lake. The highlight of your day will be a visit to Butrint – an UNESCO World Heritage site. Over the centuries, the ancient town had disappeared under layers of silt and vegetation.In recent years, however, archaeologists have uncovered some of the finest working town remains in the Mediterranean. At the edge of the lake is the ancient city of Vouthrota. Lunch is served upon your return to Saranda.In the afternoon, there will be a walking tour of Saranda, after which we depart for Corfu.
Full day multilingual professional guiding on boardAdmire the scenery of the Old Town of Corfu (city sightseeing by boat)Feast your eyes on the amazing landscapes of the Corfiot and the Mainland Greece coastline.Enter the breathtaking cave of Sivota. Visit Parga, a large picturesque village with island architecture blessed, with a rich eventful history, rare physical beauty, interlaced beaches, emerald water, calm bays, olive groves, a healthy climate, romantic side streets, and pathways whose two- and three-storey houses form an amphitheatre beneath the imposing remains of a Venetian castle. We sail around the historical small islands of Sivota, where the great naval battle between the Corfiots and the Corinthians took place in the summer of 432 B.C. Soon afterwards, we arrive at the picturesque Blue Lagoon bay. We drop anchor close to the beach, and you will have the opportunity to swim in the lagoon’s exotic blue waters.
Sail to the northeast corner of Corfu, taking in fantastic views of the surrounding villages of Nissaki, Kalami, Kouloura, Agios Stefanos. Enjoy some free time on the beach, then have a traditional Greek BBQ on a small rock island of Kaparelli. On the return sail home, stop to swim in the Agios Andreas caves, which also provide a stunning backdrop for photos with your loved ones.
Experience the islands of Paxos and Antipaxos on this full-day sightseeing cruise from Corfu. This convenient, budget-friendly outing includes hotel pickup/drop off. See blue caves of Paxos, swim in the crystalline waters of Antipaxos, and visit the traditional village of Gaios, where you can eat in a traditional taverna, if you choose. Throughout the cruise, refreshments are available for purchase at the bar.
Make the most of your time in Corfu with an island-hopping day tour to neighboring Paxos and Antipaxos islands. Soak up views of coastal cliffs, beaches, and sail into sea caves along the way. The boat docks at Antipaxos’ Voutoumi Beach and at the seaside village of Gaios, allowing you to explore both locations at your leisure.
Make the most of a spare day in Corfu by visiting Albania, beckoning from across the Straits of Corfu. Ride a ferry to Agios Saranda, and enjoy free time to stroll, relax, and get to know this beach-fringed town. Alternatively, opt for a side trip to Butrint to see its UNESCO-listed ancient Greco-Roman ruins, and take in the nearby Ali Pasha Castle. Your tour includes return ferry tickets and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Albania lies within easy reach of Corfu and makes an ideal day trip, but organizing a boat crossing and transportation to explore independently takes up valuable sightseeing time. On this tour, explore Albania with admission fees, lunch, and round-trip transport from your Corfu hotel included. Learn the ancient Roman secrets of UNESCO–listed Butrint, spin by pristine beaches and rugged islands, and delve into thousands of years of Mediterranean history.
Experience Syvota Blue Lagoon, the sea caves of Mourtos, the picturesque beach of St. Paraskevi, and the village of Sivota on this full-day sightseeing cruise from Corfu. This convenient, budget-friendly outing includes hotel pickup/drop off and a buffet lunch with wine. Swim in the bay where the ‘Blue Lagoon’ was filmed, snorkel along the beautiful coastline, and learn about the Naval battles that left sunken ships along the sea floor.
Full day multilingual guiding on boardAdmire the scenery of the Old Town of Corfu (city sightseeing by boat). Continue sailing south along the west coast of Paxos island, enjoying the impressive rocky coastline and the unique white sandy beaches. The boat enters the breath-taking sea caves, whose clear blue waters will leave you speechless. The blue caves marine area is a natural habitat of the Mediterranean monk seal (monachus monachus) and all the island complex of Paxos, included in the European initiative ΝΑΤURΑ 2000. Visit the island of Antipaxos, whose sandy blue-water coves have been compared to those in the Caribbean. see the small islands of Skaltsonisi and Mongonisi. Sailing alongside of the narrow channel of Paxos and the islands of Panagia and Agios Nikolaos we moor to the centre of the picturesque port of Gaios village. Wander through the wonderful narrow streets of Gaios, visit the souvenirs shops and enjoy lunch at one of the traditional tavernas.
Enjoy the ultimate day of relaxation by going on a Corfu sailing experience. You’ll travel on a traditional wooden sailboat and access incredible views of the island—perfect for photo opportunities. No need to worry about where to eat as a traditional Greek lunch is provided. If you fancy a dip near a secluded cove, snorkel equipment rental is also included.
On this boat trip, explore the island of Paxos near Corfu’s southern coast, and the seaside town of Parga on Greece’s mainland, in just one day. There’s no need to consult ferry schedules, with all transport details pre-arranged. Wander the café-dotted waterfront and shop-lined streets of picturesque Parga and admire the natural beauty of Paxos, one of the smallest and most peaceful Ionian islands.
Among Mainland Greece’s most beautiful features, the Sivota Islands are blessed with sun-soaked shores, sandy beaches, natural coves and fjords. First, our departure from the Port of Corfu gives a unique view of the Old Town.Heading south, parallel to the mainland, we pass from Sivota Islands, where the ship enters the breathtaking cave of Papanikolis. Next, we sail around the historical small islands of Sivota toward to bella vraka beach. Soon afterwards, we arrive at the picturesque Blue Lagoon bay, where historians say the Arabian pirates moored their ships in the Middle Ages. We drop anchor close to the beach, and you will have the opportunity to swim in the lagoon’s exotic blue waters. Our next destination is the traditional marina village of Sivota – a location that attracts dozens of yachts during the summer. Here, you will have plenty of time to stroll around the village, visit the souvenirs shops, or have a drink in one of the traditional seaside cafeterias.
Dating back to the 14th century, the UNESCO–listed Meteora ranks among Greece’s most historically significant sites of religious interest—but reaching the remote attraction independently from Corfu is a challenge. On this private tour, visit Meteora with stress-free pickup and drop-off at your Corfu accommodation included. Discover ancient monasteries atop soaring limestone cliffs, and enjoy free time for lunch and further exploration in nearby Kalambaka.
One day trip to the Greek mainland with visit to the picturesque town of Parga.Crossing by ferry to the mainland and drive to the picturesque town of Parga. Walking into the narrow streets up to the top of the hill where is settled the Venetian fortress. Later drive through the Epirus countryside arrival in Glyki village where Acherontas river. Walking next to or in the river and visit the springs. Return in Corfu late in the evening.
Blue Lagoon Cruise is an excursion dedicated to those who love nature and adventure. This cruise is a relaxing and easy trip to the bluest coasts of continental Greece, where you will have the chance to explore the deep blue sea beds and unique nature.
Enjoy the sea, the sun and the splendid views of the small bays and the villages by the sea as you travel with a traditional motor boat on the northeastern coast of Corfu to Kassiopi. Kassiopi is an old fishermen village, today it is a tourist resort with hotels, shops, restaurants and bars / caffe. Walk to the old ruins of the fortress, swim in the lovely little beach or enjoy your meal at one of the bistros or restaurants. Returning to Gouvia a short stop in a cave for swimming in the crystal clear blue water
Cruise over to the mainland of Greece on a boat tour from Corfu. You'll visit the town of Parga, where you can check out a local eatery for lunch or coffee (own expense), walk along the waterfront, or see the Venetian Castle of Parga. Then visit the Blue Lagoon in Syvota for swimming.