Poros and Hydra islands

Price 790.00

Poros and Hydra islands


You can start your day with a walk at beautiful Poros (about 40 minutes from our departure). Afterwards we can go for swimming and snorkeling at a small complex of uninhabited islands and spend a few hours of relaxation in the sea! Our final destination will be the elegant island of Hydra with its magnificent restaurants and its unique architecture! 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  



Price includes
- 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 amphitheater on a slope overlooking the Argosaronic gulf, is one of the most romantic destinations in Greece. 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 waterfront, 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. 

Hydra is also a yachting paradise, as every summer groups of sailing boats moor at the harbour, where they are joined by dozens of sensational motorboats and yachts.


POROS is a beautiful island with relaxing atmosphere. The nice beaches, the picturesque town and the lounge nightlife make it a popular summer weekend destination for the Athenians. With green pine trees and crystal water, the entire island gives a valuable sense of mind and body relaxation. 

Things to do in Poros
Peer into the history and tradition of the island through a visit to its Archaeological and its Folklore Museums.


Follow a route through the narrow streets of the town that will lead you up to a hill, where the trademark of the island stands: the historic Clock tower, where you can relax and enjoy a panoramic view of the whole town. 

Take the opportunity to stroll around the Lemon Forest, a verdant hill with more than 30,000 lemon and orange trees, located on the opposite situated coast of the Peloponnese, southeast of the town of Galatás. The view from the hilltop to the island of Póros is really stunning.