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Rhodes: Pirates' Route Sea Kayaking Tour

1. Rhodes: Pirates' Route Sea Kayaking Tour

Take half a day to explore the East Coast of Rhodes from the water, with a sea kayaking tour. Paddle along the coastline and discover 3 beaches up close. Take in the stunning colors of the Mediterranean sea and admire the interesting rock formations. Begin the Pirates' Route sea kayaking tour at Kathara Beach in Faliraki. Meet your guide and learn all you need to know about safety before climbing into your very own double kayak. As you glide over the Mediterranean waters, take opportunities to dive into the colorful sea directly from the kayak. Discover sea caves and local beaches, before enjoying a picnic lunch at a favorite local beach. Try out snorkeling and discover life below the water's surface. If you're feeling adventurous, get your adrenaline pumping by cliff-jumping off the surrounding rocks. Full of experience and a traditional Greek picnic, head back to Faliraki. As you go, listen to entertaining local myths, and facts about the geography, and enjoy some time to spot some wildlife in their natural habitat.

From Paros: Delos and Mykonos Full-Day Boat Trip

2. From Paros: Delos and Mykonos Full-Day Boat Trip

Visit the rocky uninhabited island of Delos. Despite its small size, Delos was considered one of the most sacred of all islands in ancient Greek culture. Enjoy 3 hours of free time on the island or for a more complete experience, hire a private professional guide upon arrival, or join a group tour before moving on. Next, go to the famous island of Mykonos where you will have another 3 hours of free time. It is recommended that you use this time to explore Mykonos Town. Walk to Little Venice, wander in the picturesque alleys, and climb the hill with the windmills and enjoy the spectacular views. After your free time on the island, you will return to Paros in the early evening.

Santorini Cooking Class and Wine-Tasting Tour

3. Santorini Cooking Class and Wine-Tasting Tour

Treat yourselves to a fun and informative wine tour in Santorini, followed by a culinary feast filled with Santorini flavors and traditional Greek delights. The day starts with a visit to volcanic vineyard. Stroll past the unique basket vines and learn everything about the local viticulture that makes Santorini's vine-growing unique. During your tour, visit 2 traditional wineries and sample the island's delicious wines including  Assyrtiko, Nykteri and Vinsanto. Learn how to cook like a Greek under the guidance of a local chef at a traditional restaurant. Enjoy plenty of Greek appetizers along the way, and come away with some classic Greek recipes to impress your friends back home with. Of course, you'll also get to enjoy the fruits of your labor at the end of your cooking lesson.

Kos: Island Tour to Asklepieion and Zia

4. Kos: Island Tour to Asklepieion and Zia

Explore the attractive island of Kos and admire white sandy beaches, crystal-clear water and idyllic mountain villages. Start above the city of Kos and visit Asklepieion. It is reported that the origins of this former temple date back to around the 4th century BC. The former temple consists of three levels and was once the place for the foundation stone of modern medicine, because there Hippocrates wrote the oath of the same name, which has survived to this day. Drive on to the small village of Antimachia and see an old windmill and a traditional farmhouse. Continue through olive groves and unspoilt countryside to the Kefalos peninsula. Admire the island's most beautiful beaches and enjoy a Greek lunch (optional) in the picturesque Kamari Bay or take advantage of the opportunity for a short refreshment in the crystal clear sea. Another highlight of the eventful day is a visit to the typical mountain village of Zia with its old houses on the slope of the imposing Dikeos mountain. Stroll through the small alleys and get to know the tranquil way of life of the Greeks. Discover the numerous spice stands and taste the typical cinnamon water.

Samos: Full-Day Guided Island Bus Tour

5. Samos: Full-Day Guided Island Bus Tour

Start the tour by stepping back in time to the Ancient Greek era with a visit to the Temple of Hera. Admire this marvelous feat of construction which dates back to ancient time. Then, head north for a guided tour of the 15th-century Monastery of Megali Panagia, an excellent example of Byzantine Greek architecture. Enjoy a short walk through the traditional mountain village of Pyrgos which is famous for its honey and ceramics for a short walk. After visiting Pyrgos, make an optional stop in the area of Koutsi – an ideal place to take panoramic photos. After this, visit a traditional winery for a chance to taste some of the famous Samian wines. Continue the tour through the varied green landscape until you reach the 2nd large town on the island called Karlovassi. Stop here for lunch and admire the beautiful neoclassical houses and mansions.  Next, set off again along the wild and romantic north coast until you reach the enchanting Valley of Nightingales. Enjoy a short walk here and a welcome coffee stop. Finally, finish the tour with a visit to the charming and picturesque fishing village of Kokkari before returning back to Samos Town and Pythagorion where the tour ends. 

From Naxos: Naxos Catamaran Sailing Cruise with Lunch

6. From Naxos: Naxos Catamaran Sailing Cruise with Lunch

Explore Naxos or Paros on board a luxurious catamaran Lagoon 400 S2. Set sail on a full-day trip that is customized to your requirements. Visit some of the Cyclades' secluded beaches where you can relax, swim, and snorkel. Sample traditional Greek food accompanied by beer and wine for lunch. Step aboard and get ready to sail on an experience that will last a lifetime. Let us take you to the most beautiful, secluded beaches and coves where you will be able to swim and snorkel in the clear waters. During one of the stops, enjoy a delicious traditional lunch onboard prepared with local products, served with a Greek salad, accompanied by cold refreshments, beer, and wine. This amazing catamaran trip will be tailor-made in order to fulfill all your requirements and will be one of the highlights of your holidays.

From Ornos: Mykonos Private Cruise to Paros with Drinks

7. From Ornos: Mykonos Private Cruise to Paros with Drinks

Paros and Antiparos islands perfectly combine the simple natural beauty of the Cycladic colours and the magnificent blue-green waters on the golden beaches, composing different elements that justify their reputation as the “hidden paradises” for your holidays in the Aegean. A cluster of islands and rocky islets known to the wider public as Panteronisia. For those who are aware of it, it is the "Caribbean" of the Aegean, like the crystal, emerald waters attract everyone who visits this area by boat. The spot is enchanting for swimming and relaxation. The uninhabited rocky islet of Despotiko is lunar, rocky, with virgin small and large beaches. This place will offer you hours of absolute serenity. The vast depth of water in many places gives the deep blue colour that enchants. It is an ideal place to enjoy your swim and the warm sun on the boat with a drink accompanied by a snack that we will offer you onboard. It is probably the most popular daily excursion for many visitors from Mykonos!

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What people are saying about Paros

Delos is an underrated highlight of an itinerary to the Cyclades for those who enjoy history. The ruins in and of themselves are substantial and fascinating, as well as being crowned by a semi-challenging but rewarding hike to a central high point that offers stunning 360 degree views (accompanied late in the season by stiff 25 mile per hour winds) of the sea. If like me you are staying on other islands, getting to follow this up with a short jaunt to Mykonos to at least get a flavor (literally as well as figurative, given the number of water's edge restaurants near the port) is a rather nice bonus. The ferry crew were timely and no-nonsense - polite, but only to the point of not interfering with scheduling (for most of us that is welcome). I did not have a guide but have read enough history and enjoy traveling solo (plus you get to meet other people sometimes that way). Highest recommendation for this as an additional activity during your stay.

I recommend sea kayaking activity. Very nice, friendly and helpful crew. The route is not demanding and should be managed by every healthy person. During the trip, about 50 minutes break for diving and refreshments in the cave. Rhodes city pickup and return without problems. I recommend Trekking Hellas Rhodes.

The experience was perfect right from the pickup and all through the introduction, the kayaking, the history anecdotes, the snorkeling and swimming, the lovely homemade lunch, and the photos received after getting back. It was a perfect treat while being a great workout.

My husband and I enjoyed this tour very much! The tour guides and our driver were super friendly and everything was well organized. The picnic was delicious! The kayaking on the crystal clear water was amazing and this will be day we will always remember.

Everyone has said it, the day was a Joy! I had my reservations but by the end of the day, and by how quickly the day went, it was just so much fun. Highly recommended.