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Mykonos, Amorgos & Santorini Island Hopping Trip

Mykonos > Amorgos >Santorini

7,10,14 nightsfrom $1,395 Per Personsantorini
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Mykonos Greece

Mykonos, Amorgos & Santorini Island Hopping Trip

Discover some of the most beautiful islands in the Cyclades, including Mykonos, where many say it’s “love at first sight.” Spend the day at a fabulous beach and then head into Mykonos Town where you’ll find upscale clubs and intimate bars for enjoying music until the wee hours of the morning.

 

Enjoy secluded coves, remote stretches of sand and postcard-perfect villages in Amorgos.

Popular Santorini is world-famous for its magnificent caldera, enchanting white villages built at the edge of the cliffs and legendary sunsets, best enjoyed with the rich volcanic wine.

 

Amorgos Greece
Amorgos Greece

What's Included

  • Private luxury transfers throughout the trip
  • 2 Nights in Mykonos in a 5 star hotel with breakfast
  • Pre-booked sea-transfer from Mykonos to Amorgos
  • 2 Nights in Amorgos in a 5 star hotel with breakfast
  • Pre- booked ferry from Amorgos to Santorini
  • 3 nights in Santorini in a 4 star hotel with breakfast
  • 24/7 Concierge service throughout your trip
  • UK flights can be arranged at a supplement from a variety of UK airports
  • Price per person based on low season departures. Prices may be higher during peak Summer months.

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Destination Guide

Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos

Cosmopolitan Mykonos is renowned for its lively nightlife that provides endless excitement after dark and beautiful beaches for soaking up the sunshine during the day. A place to see and be seen, it’s also ideal for celebrity spotting and shopping, with winding streets lined with art galleries and interesting shops. The isle offers plenty of beauty to gaze at and capture on films, like iconic Cycladic buildings with whitewashed windmills that overlook Mykonos Town and magical sunsets from places like Little Venice and Agios Iannis beach.

Mykonos is renowned for its five-star hotels and decadent parties, attracting superyachts and supermodels with opportunities to dance from dusk ‘til dawn. Sip tropical cocktails under the Aegean sun at more than 30 beaches, with those on the south side famous for their incredible variety of beach bars, clubs, and restaurants. Surrounded by crystal-clear turquoise waters, it’s an ideal island for swimming as well as for taking part in more thrilling water sports like jet-skiing, parasailing, and scuba diving. With high-end shopping like Louis Vuitton, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to rub elbows with the rich and famous or spoil yourself with handmade accessories, designer labels, leather goods, local art, jewelry and more. A true shoppers’ paradise, where the stores are always open – most stay open well past midnight during peak season.

The nightlife is what attracts many to Mykonos, best started by heading to one of the endless places for fine dining, with famed restaurants like Interni serving Mediterranean fare infused with flavors from around the world and Ling Ling by Hakkasan, an open-air Cantonese restaurant. There are plenty of authentic Greek eateries serving dishes like louza, thin slices of pork cooked in the sun with thyme and oregano, and of course, baklava for dessert. Afterwards you’ll find nearly an overwhelming selection of famous bars and clubs for sampling the nightlife, like Astra in Mykonos Town. A fixture here for decades, it’s a more mellow spot to enjoy a drink early on, but as the night progresses it really heats up. A fiberoptic ceiling mimics the night sky, pulsing in time to the music, where everyone from Keith Richards to Monaco’s royalty have been seen out on the dance floor.

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Experiences in Mykonos

  • Mykonos Naxos Santorini holiday

    Mykonian Cooking Classs

    This 6-hour cooking class takes place at a traditional farm estate. Your culinary instructor will teach you how to prepare mouthwatering local recipes using fresh seasonal ingredients, with lunch or dinner options. At the end of the lesson, enjoy the meal that you made, complete with local wine and other drinks. An optional farm, island, Ano Mera village or Mykonos Town tour can be added.

  • Mykonos Naxos Santorini island hopping trip

    Day trip to Rhenia and Delos

    Sail the sparkling Aegean Sea on a private catamaran cruise that will bring you to the archaeological site of Delos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the birthplace of Apollo, as well as Rhenia, an uninhabited island gem. Enjoy swimming and snorkeling (gear included) in remote, secluded coves, spectacular views of Naxos and Paros islands, along with a freshly prepared meal on board and an open bar.

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    Mykonos Town Walking Tour

    You’ll get your own personal guide for this 2.5-hour walking tour through Old Town Mykonos. Stroll the narrow streets lined with magnificent blue and white architecture and postcard-perfect sugar-cube homes. You’ll get to explore Little Venice, visit the Church of Panagia Paraportiani and take in spectacular views of the island’s iconic windmills too, all while learning about the island’s history and how it’s changed over the centuries.

  • Mykonos Naxos Santorini island hopping trip

    Jeep Safari

    Journey by 4 X 4 to a secret location, a sandy beach framed by crystal-clear blue waters and giant granite rocks. Jump into the enticing sea for a swim and relax while soaking up the Mediterranean sun. A meal of meat or seafood BBQ, your choice, will be prepared and served right on the beach, complemented with wine and other refreshments. If you want to learn how the locals do it, you can even get involved in the meal preparation.

Destination Guide

Amorgos, Greece

Amorgos

Located at the eastern edge of the Cyclades near the Dodecanese, Amorgos is famous for being the filming location for the cult hit “The Big Blue.” It’s renowned for its natural, wild beauty with everything from mountains and caves to rocky shores and secluded coves with crystal-clear aquamarine waters, along with an unpretentious, laid-back atmosphere. Ideal for relaxing, taking part in outdoor adventure, or a little of both, the island is uncommercialized yet offers visitors plenty of things to see and do.

 

 

 

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Experiences in Amorgos

  • Sailing Greece

    Day Trip to Small Cyclades

    Discover the hidden gems of Cyclades, the islands of Small Cyclades that are close to Amorgos. Get on a rib boat or a yacht and spend the day enjoying the sea and the sun, and spectacular coastlines. Walk around the picturesque alleys of Iraklia, Koufonisia and Donousa and enjoy an authentic Greek meze style lunch on board or at the local taverns by the sea.

  • Greek food

    Cooking Class

    There is nothing better to learn about the culture of a country than share a cooking experience. Take a guided tour to the traditional villages of Amorgos, learn to cook Greek by a local and experience the every day of life and history of the island. Amorgos is known for the variety in fresh, organic and delicious local products.

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    Hiking Tour

    Amorgos is one of the best Greek islands for walking and hiking. You can literally go anywhere on the island through signed trails and discover the most unspoiled landscape in Cyclades. One of the most popular route is the one from Chora down to Katapola port or to Agia Anna beach. Whichever trail you choose, you will absolutely love the breathtaking sea views to the Aegean sea.

  • Scuba diving Greece

    Scuba Diving

    Amorgos became a famous destination when the film Deep Blue by Luc Besson was filmed on the island and the amazing blue water impressed everyone who did not know the beauty of the island. Since 1988, Amorgos welcomes scuba divers and free divers from around the world to its crystal clear blue waters. Experience the deep blue of Amorgos with a guided scuba diving instructor.

Santorini, Greece

Santorini

Santorini oozes romance, one of the reasons it’s so popular for honeymoons and all sorts of romantic escapes, though it’s on or near the top of just about every travelers’ bucket list. Stepping off the ferry you might think that you’ve stepped into a dream, with the endless whitewashed buildings adorned with blue doors and shutters, creating a breathtaking palette that reflects the sea and the sky, built into rugged cliffs that slope down to the glistening waters below. It’s all about jaw-dropping views, which can be found just about everywhere on this crescent-shaped outcrop.

On the island’s northern tip at Oia, churches, hotels, and homes spill down rock walls, creating one of the planet’s most stunning backdrops, though the scenery at sea level is just as impressive. While Santorini may not have many white sand beaches for lounging on, it does boast some of the most unique stretches on the planet, like Red Beach, where the cliffs with their fiery-red hue are turned into crimson sand at the bottom and framed by dazzling cerulean water. Of course, Santorini is well known for its black sand beaches like Perivolos and Perissa and Perivolos, but it also offers several beaches with white sand as well. Wine enthusiasts can take advantage of fine local wine which is especially high quality due to the land’s volcanic elements. It flows almost as freely as the hot springs near the volcano, with vineyards and wineries dotted across the island, including Boutari Winery, established back in 1879.

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Experiences in Santorini

  • Thirassia Santorini Greece

    E bike Tours

    Explore the hidden island of Thirassia just 1 nautical mile away from Santorini. Get on your electric bike on this fun half-day tour that will bring you to some of the island’s most impressive spots to see the sunset away from the crowds and a spectacular view to Santorini!  Let your bike do all the work for you as you discover hidden treasures most tourists don’t get to see, ride alongside the caldera, and enjoy a guided tour on one of the most secluded destinations in Cyclades.

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    Santorini Wine Tasting

    Wine enthusiasts can enjoy the highlights of Santorini as well as the opportunity to sample the island’s fine wine on this small group tour. You’ll get to visit the breathtaking village of Oia, Pyrgos and Megalochori, soak up the views from Prophet Elias Monastery and enjoy a wine tasting featuring local varietals at a picturesque winery that overlooks the dramatic caldera.

  • Sailing Greece

    Catamaran day cruise

    Sailing around Santorini provides a stunning perspective of one of the world’s most unique and beautiful islands. This tour will bring you along its shores a luxury catamaran, with a stop to soak in natural hot springs and a visit both the White and Red beaches for a swim. While you have fun, the crew will prepare a BBQ feast that will be enjoyed with local white wine and cocktails.

  • Greek food

    Cooking Class & Wine

    A favorite among food enthusiasts, enjoy a unique cooking experience in a traditional cave house on Santorini. You’ll be immersed into the local culinary traditions as you learn how to prepare traditional dishes with hands-on-instruction from your guide. Afterwards, enjoy the meal you helped to make paired with wine, Greek coffee and dessert on a beautiful terrace. You’ll even get to take home some recipes.

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