Itinerary Highlights
    • Combine Athens with two stunning Cycladic islands and experience their undeniable charms
    • Tour Athens, the Greek capital, on an electric bike and learn about its historic monuments
    • Explore the lesser-known gem of Amorgos and hike to the Chora gardens in Katapola
    • Lounge on Naxos’ sun-blessed beaches and discover its culinary heritage with a foodie tour of the island

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Discover the charms of Amorgos and Naxos – two dreamy Cycladic Islands – on this ten-day Grecian adventure. Your first stop is Athens, the Greek capital, where you can tour the city on an electric bike and learn about the history of its most impressive monuments. You’ll then head to Amorgos, a more remote and secluded island, boasting peaceful villages and plenty of hiking routes through the stunning landscapes. The final stop on your Cycladic tour is Naxos, one of the most quintessential Greek islands of the Cyclades. Here you can discover the best of the island’s (and Greece’s) culinary offerings, with a private gourmet tour with lots of tastings. Our local Concierge will be on hand throughout your trip to offer recommendations and suggestions for elevating your trip.


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Begin your dreamy Cycladic island-hopping holiday by flying four hours from London to Athens, where you’ll be met upon arrival and privately transferred to your hotel in the city. Spend the rest of your travel day settling in and venturing out to explore the Greek capital. Our local Concierge can recommend some wonderful restaurants for dinner to kick off the foodie side of your holiday.



Today you’ll have the chance to get to know Athens a little better on a private electric bike tour of the city. Strap on your helmet and cycle through the streets of this ancient metropolis, enjoying spectacular views, marvelling at the most impressive contemporary monuments and learning about its history. The eight-mile guided tour takes you across Syntagma Square, Panepistimiou Street, Athens Street (Town Hall Square and Varvakio market), Aiolou Street, Ermou Street and the Cathedral.



It’s time to depart Athens and set off in the direction of your next Greek island. You’ll be privately transferred to the port of Piraeus, where you’ll catch the ferry to Amorgos. The boat ride can take up to seven hours, but we promise that the island’s treasures are well-worth making the journey for. Upon arrival, collect your rental car and drive to your Cycladic hotel, where you'll stay for the next four nights. Once again, our local Concierge can suggest the best supper spots for unwinding after your long travel day. Refuel with souvlaki, halloumi and moussaka, before getting a good night’s sleep in your luxurious hotel room.

DAYS 4 to 6


Thanks to its remoteness, Amorgos is free from tourist crowds and remains relatively unspoiled. Remarkable archaeological ruins and peaceful villages punctuate the interior, while hiking routes snake along the stunning coastline and through ancient olive fields. Tasting rakomelo (a hot honey raki) is a must during your stay, and so is climbing the 300 steps that lead to Panagia Hozoviotissa, a monastery carved out of rock. Rest assured, it’s well worth the effort. We’ll also arrange a private guided hike to the Chora gardens in Katapola. Meander through the town of Chora – the island’s capital – before walking along the Fonias stream and seeing the breath-taking landscapes of Katapola Valley. Once you reach the gardens, you’ll be able to taste some local organic farm produce.



The next stop on your Cycladic adventure is Naxos. The crossing from Amorgos to Naxos takes around an hour and a half, and upon arrival you’ll collect your new hire care and drive to your hotel. As the largest of the Cycladic Islands, Naxos is blessed with sunlit villages and dazzling beaches, lapped by the azure Aegean Sea. Legend has it that Dionysus taught the art of winemaking here and Theseus confronted the Minotaur. Today, olive trees are cultivated in abundance and marble quarries provide a unique raw material for sculptors and craftsmen.

DAYS 8 to 10


Spend the rest of your time on Naxos relaxing on the sun-soaked beaches and exploring the heavenly island. Discovering the culinary treats of the island is another must, and we can organise a private gourmet tour with a local guide. Get lost in the maze of cobbled streets that make up Naxos and learn about the secrets of Greece's fertile land and beautiful produce. Sample Kitron, a liqueur made from the fruit and leaves of the citron tree, try five Naxian cheeses (including the famous Graviera) and taste some local wines. The tour continues with lemon, bergamot and sage flavoured sweets and ends with a visit to the island's Venetian citadel.

DAY 11


Sadly your Grecian adventure comes to an end today and you’ll catch the ferry back to Athens, before being privately transferred to the airport for your direct, four-hour flight home.

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During the latter half of the fifth century BC, Athens gained ascendancy over the other cities of the ancient world. It was a very rich period of history when art, politics and philosophical thought flourished. It was at this time that a group of artists decided to bring the designs drawn up by Pericles - an Athenian statesman - to life. The rocky hill of Athens was transformed and the key monuments of the Acropolis were built. The New Museum is home to more than 350 archaeological relics and sculptures. It exhibits ceramics, bas-reliefs and antique sculptures from places of worship. A private guide will guide take you on an immersive journey, letting you in on the secrets and stories.



The crystal-clear waters bordering Amorgos are ideal for an introductory diving session. The seabed stuns in all its colours and shapes - it's no wonder it provides the setting for many films. After following the diving instructor's advice on how to use the diving equipment and learning the basic safety rules, exploration of the underwater world can begin.



The coasts of Naxos are a sailor's paradise. Sailing around the island is sure to give you a fresh perspective. You will also spontaneously drop anchor at some unspoiled coves. The plan is to embark on a sail boat towards the cave at Rina Bay, which you can only get to by swimming. Donning a mask and snorkel, you will weave between the stalactites lining the rocky dome. The next port of call is Kalados Bay and the secluded beaches of Schinoussa. You'll be entranced by the waves and the skipper's suggestions.


A Rough Idea of Price

Dependent on season, accommodation and activities
The cost for this trip starts from £2,855 per person. The final cost of the trip depends on the way we tailor it especially for you. The final cost varies according to several factors, which include the level of service, length of trip and advance booking time. The exact price will be provided on your personalised quote. The average starting price for this trip is £3,125 per person.
  • International flights with a scheduled airline

  • Airline taxes and fuel surcharge

  • Information about private transfers can be found in the itinerary

  • Crossings by speedboat or ferry

  • Eight-day car rental on the Islands

  • Two-night stay in Athens in a double room with breakfast

  • Four-night stay in Amorgos in a double room with breakfast

  • Four-night stay in Naxos in a double room with breakfast

  • A private visit to Athens with a local

  • A private culinary journey through Naxos

  • Our local Concierge service

  • A GPS navigation service accessible from our app, loaded with your itinerary, hotel details and places to visit
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