At the port city of Vlychada, you’ll board your vessel and cast off for a day of adventure.
Sail first to the red beach at Akrotiri, a shoreline setting that gets its name from the iron-rich mineral formations in the local rocks. Continue from there to the aptly-named White Beach, a sandy setting that’s only reachable by boat. You’ll also have time for swimming and snorkeling among the area’s crystal-clear waters.
Depart the White Beach and continue cruising toward the Venetian Lighthouse, passing beneath the island’s Indian Rocks, a series of otherworldly geological formations found throughout the Greek islands. Your vessel will proceed from here into the remnants of Santorini’s ancient volcanic caldera. Sail beneath the whitewashed houses of Fira and Imerovigli, seeming to hang to the nearby cliffs, and check out the volcanic islands of Palea and Nea Kammeni off in the distance.
Then proceed near the crater of the volcano where you’ll have the chance to soak in a thermal-fueled hot springs filled with sulphur-rich waters. From here you’ll float over to Palea Kammeni to enjoy more time on the island’s secluded beaches and to dig into a delicious barbecue meal consisting of snacks, seafood or meat, appetizers, and Greek-style salad, plus your choice of beers, local wine, and soft drinks. Return back to port at the end of your ride.