Hydra - Spetses
Hydra and Spetses islands (and Porto Heli if desired)
You can start your day with a swim at a small complex of uninhabited islands and spend a few hours of relaxation in the sea! Our first destination will be the elegant island of Hydra with its magnificent restaurants and its unique architecture! Our second destination will be the cosmopolitical island of Spetses! On our way back, you will be able to watch a memorable sunset!!!
Approximate One way trip duration (boat on move at cruising speed): 2 hours and 30 minutes
- Snorkeling equipment
- Fresh towels
- Fresh fruits and beverages
Picnic basket Includes:
- Italian style Prosciutto and/or Smoked Salmon Sandwich, and/or cheese pie
- Summer fresh fruits or fruit salad
- Prosecco frizzante ("semi-sparkling wine") or Ice Cold lager beers, Coca – Cola and sparkling water
- Let us know if you have any particular preferences
Hydra island, built in the shape of an amphitheatre on a slope overlooking the Argosaronic gulf, is one of the . Traditional stone mansions, narrow cobblestoned streets, secluded squares and above all the banning of cars and the use of around 500 donkeys as means of public transportation, explain the reason why Hydra preserved its distinctive atmosphere through the passage of time.
As you walk along the , the heart of the town, you encounter monuments, churches, canons, museums, old mansions, statues of famous heroes, the old gunpowder store, shops and cafes, while picturesque winding streets lead you to neighborhoods located at the upper part of the town, as well as to the old neighborhood of Kiafas.
Both Hydra and Spetses islands are a , as every summer groups of sailing boats moor at the harbour, where they are joined by dozens of sensational motorboats and yachts.
is surrounded by picturesque small bays, traditional settlements and beautiful
mansions. A stroll around the narrow streets of the capital will give you an
amazing feeling and will lead you to the historic churches and monasteries
which give astonishing views to the sea and the surrounding regions.
The tiny port of Dapia is overlooked by whitewashed, Neoclassical houses and fringed by smart cafés and stylish boutiques. This is an island where your senses immediately come alive: the air, refreshingly warm, carries the smell of the sea one moment, then freshly baked pastries the next.
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