Mykonos is one of the most luxurious Greek islands, with its countless resorts and many great restaurants and bars. Mykonos is famous for the glamour of its nightlife, the island’s main attraction after it’s plethora of beautiful beaches. Anchor off “Little Venice”, the charming seaside neighbourhood, with its row of waterfront cafes overlooking the sea, and stop at the Folklore Museum and the Archeological Museum. Shop by day or enjoy a sunset cocktail in one of the glamorous Mykonos bars.
Ios is one of the most popular islands in Greece and known for its wonderfully vibrant nightlife and party scene. This isn’t all its known for though, and this charming island will captivate you with its amazing views, whitewashed houses, cobblestone alleys and clifftop villages. The island’s beautiful beaches are considered some of the best in Greece. You are spoiled for choice, with quiet, secluded bays or the more lively beaches dotted with trendy bars and watersports activities.
The city’s main seaside promenade, the Promenade des Anglais (‘the Walkway of the English’) owes its name to the earliest visitors to the resort. The beach stretches along the whole of the waterfront for fun in the sun, and choice boutiques, cafes and Michelin restaurants line the Promenade des Anglais.
The clear air and soft light has been of particular appeal to some of Western culture’s most outstanding painters, such as Marc Chagall, Henri Matisse, Niki de Saint Phalle and Arman, whose work is commemorated in many of the city’s museums, including Musée Marc Chagall, Musée Matisse and Musée des Beaux-Arts
Milos is recognised as the Island of Colours, it has incredible rock formations and postcard villages which make it an ideal stop on your charter. There are over 75 beaches, and numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Created from volcanic Lava, this magnificent island is a source of rare minerals. There are many great bars and restaurants, fabulous beaches and remote bays for suntanning. The island once housed the famous Venus de Milo statue, now at the Paris Louvre.
Boasting a wild, rugged landscape, this beautiful Greek island is a must visit. Bragging 100 beaches along its coastline, all of which are suitable for swimming, this island also has the good fortune of not being overdeveloped by tourism. Chora and Driopida are a couple of the island’s most picturesque villages. You’ll also be able to hike to amazing historical sites and chapels.
The glittering city of Cannes is world famous for its cosmopolitan dining, shopping, nightlife and people watching. Once in Cannes, you will find a number of great little restaurants on the back street behind the Hotel De Ville. The Casino de Festival, the Martinez or Carlton for cocktails is a must.
There is always something to do and see in Cannes, arguably the most iconic luxury yachting destination. Celebrities arrive each year in May for the Cannes Film Festival which commences a summer of galas and parties after sundown. During the day there are numerous galleries and museums to visit, of which Musée de la Castre is a short stroll from the marina into the picturesque old district of Le Suquet.
The five Îles d’Hyères are a peaceful retreat that will appeal to all looking to spend the day on pristine beaches, walking the grassy tracks along the coast and exploring the carefully preserved villages.
Anchor off a quiet, sandy beach at Isle de Porquerolles for lunch and a snorkel in the pristine waters. Afterward continuing on to tiny Port Cros in the midst of a nature reserve. This is a beautiful and uniquely protected part of the coast, also known as the South Pacific of the Mediterranean.