Rural life of the Paros´ local villages will welcome you with hospitality and invite you to try traditional olive oil and cheese, and the romantic essence of Santorini, with its awe-inspiring sunsets upon the white-washed buildings and the local dishes and wine, will be the best way how to wrap up your Greek discoveries.
Mykonos: Mykonos is the party animal of the Cycladic islands, Greece’s answer to Ibiza, with bronzed bodies thronging its beaches by day and basslines pounding through its superclubs until dawn. However, there is more to Mykonos than the dazzling sand and insatiable revellers. Chora village and the “Little Venice” are the most picturesque site on the island.
Santorini: A precious gem of the Aegean which consists of Thíra, Thirassiá, Asproníssi, Palea, and Nea Kaméni. The whole complex of Santorini islands is still an active volcano whose crater is in the sea and the contrast it creates with the white-washed buildings set against the vibrant blue sky is what makes it so unique.
Paros: Cyclades Island sits in the heart of the Aegean sea and offers a mix of traditional Cycladic architecture, vivid nightlife, magical beaches, enchanting rural villages, and historical monuments.
Upon arrival at Mykonos Airport or Port, you will be met and transferred to the hotel for check-in. The afternoon is free at leisure to start exploring this cosmopolitan island. Stroll down the whitewashed streets of the Chora (the capital town) and get involved in the Mediterranean spirit by dining in one of the local taverns or drinking your first cocktail at one of the waterfront beach bars (own expense).
Overnight in Mykonos.
Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel before you stroll down the Chora streets, to begin with, your Cycladic discoveries. The architecture of the narrow marble streets is astonishing and whitewashed houses with colourful doors and window frames, bougainvillaea trees in red bloom and hidden churches will spark your curiosity about the Cycladic heritage. Pay a visit to the church of Panagia Paraportiani, the Townhall and the castle situated above the harbour and don’t miss the Archaeological, Folklore and Maritime Museums to take in a little history. Wander around the pedestrian shopping streets of the Chora. Stop at glamorous Maoyanni Streets to shop at one of the brand-name stores or just enjoy a drink at one of the dazzling cafés or restaurants. On the lively waterfront, admire a fleet of fishing boats casting colourful reflections in the azure waters and do not miss the Kazarma building, the personal residence of Manto Mavrogenous, the heroine of the Greek Revolution. Continue to Ano Mera village. The big square in the middle of the village with all traditional café and restaurants and the big marble fountain, the Monastery of Panagia Tourliani with the unique icon of holy Mary, makes Ano Mera the most attractive and traditional village of Mykonos. Lay back and relax at the most famous beaches of the island like Kalafatis, Agios Stefanos and Agios Giannis with the perfect view of Delos, just before returning back to your hotel full of experiences.
Overnight in Mykonos.
Wake up to breakfast at the hotel and enjoy the full day at leisure at this Mediterranean paradise. Bask under the healing sunshine and soak up the alluring sights and sounds of a truly enchanting island in the tropics. Lie down on the alluring beach and get seduced by the softness of the golden sand. Alternatively, you can book our optional Delos half-day excursion and explore the antic heritage of this mystical town.
Delos half-day excursion: ₹6,145 per person
Take our tour and discover the myths and legends of Delos. Starting at 10:00 am from a small fishermen's port in Mykonos, just after the town hall, where you embark on the boat that takes you to this mystical island. If you´ll be lucky some dolphins may accompany your short 30 minutes trip. Delos heritage hides unique mosaics, the ancient theatre, the ancient market places, the sanctuary of Apollo and the famous lions still guarding the sacred birthplace of Apollo. The Delian light and the energy of the site will be an unforgettable memory for your whole life.
Overnight in Mykonos.
Begin your day with a tasty breakfast at your hotel, and then hop on the transfer to the port of Mykonos to catch the hydro boat to Paros. You will be met and transferred to your hotel for check-in. This evening is free at leisure on this dazzling island of Paros. Explore and enjoy all that the island has to offer. History and nature combine to make Paros unforgettable.
Overnight in Paros.
Start the day with a tasty breakfast at the hotel and enjoy your full day at leisure while exploring Paros and nearby villages. Discover the Marpissa and Prodromos´s curiosity in their interconnected houses, or drive to Parion, where the local Greek family makes traditional yogurt, fresh myzithra and xynomyzithra cheese, and piquant kefalotyri cheese, all produced from local cow’s milk using traditional methods. Once you cross the Prodromos´s arch, you will be amazed by blazes of colour from the well-tended courtyards full of geraniums, bougainvillea and basil plants and a number of churches built in 16th century style. The mountainous surrounding of Lefkes village offers fascinating views over the island and its charming alleys, typical old Greek houses and traditional tavernas, cafés and shops make this village very scenic and pleasant stopover.
Overnight in Paros.
After breakfast at the hotel, get ready for your transfer to the port of Paros to catch the hydro boat to Santorini. Once in Santorini, you will be met and transferred to your hotel for check in. Rest of the day is at leisure. Lay back and relax at the white long beaches or head out to explore the island´s history and fascinating landscape. Late in the afternoon, you can visit the picturesque, little village of Oia to watch a romantic sunset.
Overnight in Santorini.
Wake up to breakfast at the hotel and enjoy another experience in the Mediterranean paradise. Stroll down delightful alleys of Santoniri and admire the white Cycladic houses lining the cliff tops. Perhaps, get in touch with history while visiting the Akrotiri site, known also as the Pompeii of Greece. Explore the local viticulture and vineyards, by visiting a Canava, admiring its vineyards and distillery and tasting volcanic wines. Then, get a glimpse of delicious local food. The number of great restaurants is impressive, and the traditional dishes promise to leave you speechless. When the sun comes down do not miss to enjoy the magical sunset from the Oia village. A spectacular view over the volcano and the island of Thirassia from here is absolutely amazing!
As soon as the sun sets, descend to Ammoudi Bay to enjoy a romantic dinner in a restaurant of your preference. Alternatively, you can embark on a sunset cruise and enjoy this romance of sunset while sailing on the sea. Most of the harbours of the island run regular sunset cruises and it is a sheer delight to be on board and witness the ethereal sunset.
Aphrodite Boat Sunset tour on Santorini Island: ₹7,835 per person
Includes: roundtrip shared transfers and dinner buffet on board. Does not include: drinks and entrance fees to the volcano.
Overnight in Santorini.
After one last breakfast at your hotel, bid farewell to Greece as you hop onto a comfortable transfer to Santorini Airport or Port, where you will catch your flight to your following destination. We hope the memories of this trip will stay with you for a lifetime – have a safe journey!
The hotels can be in any part of the island
We reserve the right to change itineraries and activities due to weather conditions, technical problems, security reasons or any other restrictions.
Early check-in, late check-out, connecting or adjoining rooms in the hotel are subject to availability and not guaranteed
In many hotels in Greece, the triple rooms are a double room with an additional bed or sofa bed. Their comfort conditions are lower than the international standards of the triple room
No refund for unused services. Splitting of the package is not allowed
Please note that the inbound airport-hotel transfers are included only as part of the package and if pre and post-night stay is booked as an extra. Otherwise additional transfers should be purchased separately.
Comfortable and light clothing is the most suitable for travelling in Greece. Visitors should not wear sleeveless shirts, shorts, short skirts or skimpy clothing when visiting temples, religious or official buildings. Sun protection, sunglasses, a hat and mosquito repellent can be very useful during your stay.