Irakleia – Koufonisi every Thursday 45€/Person*
Paros (Piso Livadi) 10:00 > Irakleia 10.45 (1.5 hour stay) > Koufonisia 12.45 (4.5 hour stay) > Paros (Piso Livadi) 18:10
Delos – Mykonos every Monday – Wednesday – Sunday 50€/Person*
Paros (Naousa) 9.30 > Delos 10.30 (3 hour stay) > Mykonos 13.30 (4 hour stay) > Paros (Naousa) 18.10
Santorini every Tuesday 65€/Person*
Paros (Piso Livadi) 8.30 > Santorini 10.45 (6.5 hour stay) > Paros (Piso Livadi) 19.30
*kids 1-11 age is free & 5-11 age is half price
Irakleia and Koufonisi provide the perfect escape destinations for enjoying endless fun, swimming and relaxation. With departures from the port of Naxos or Piso Livadi, Paros, it takes just a short 45-minute trip to reach the picturesque island of Irakleia. An hour and a half’s stay there allows you enough time in which to explore the little port of St. George.
The next stop is the enchanting Koufonisi where for four and a half hours you’ll have enough time not only to enjoy a walk around its beautiful village but also explore its wonderful sandy beaches plus satisfy yourself with a lovely lunch and perhaps take a cooling dip in the surrounding sea.
Mykonos, known as the Island of the Winds, is to be found right in the middle of the Cyclades and according to tradition, took its name from the hero Mykonos grandson of the god Apollo.
Mykonos with its preserved Cycladic architecture and its whitewashed churches, wonderful sandy beaches and cosmopolitan nightlife, results in one of the most beautiful islands of Greece and is one of the most popular summer destinations worldwide.
Santorini or Thira – as it was named after the ancient Spartan Theras, her first settler – is famous today for being one of the most popular tourist centres in the world.
This is also one of the more gastronomically exquisite islands of the Aegean, with excellent local produce and award-winning chefs.
The enchanting sunset seen from Oia, Fira, Firostefani and Imerovigli, attracts thousands of visitors each summer. Likewise famous for the volcano that sunk in the middle of its Aegean waters creating one of the most photographed calderas in the world