Things to do in Corfu
Corfu Old Town
A warren of winding lanes sprinkled with quaint local restaurants, lively bars and colourful shops, Corfu Old Town is a vibrant hub of history and culture. Enjoy a guided tour of the city and spend your time admiring the majestic architecture, ducking into museums and savouring a serene moment in one of the 39 ornate churches. Hear stories of monsters, gods and heroes before heading for a bite to eat.
Explore Hidden Coves
Rent a boat, bring along a packed lunch and your swimwear, and spend the day exploring the caves, coves and hidden beaches of the island. Enjoy spectacular sea views, crystal blue water populated by colourful schools of fish and towering white cliffs. Drop anchor for a cooling dip and laze in the sun on sandy coves where the only sound is the gentle lapping of the waves.
Sail On Argentous
For the ultimate Greek experience, make sure to explore the islands in a private luxury yacht. Spend your days exploring some of the most beautiful bays and beaches in the Mediterranean, learning to sail and stepping ashore to sample the local cuisine in a traditional Greek taverna. Enjoy plush, airconditioned cabins, a private chef and plenty of outdoor space to dine, sunbathe and relax in comfort and style.
Things to do in Crete
Guided Visit of Spinalonga
Situated at the mouth of the natural port of Elounda, the island of Spinalonga has gained popularity in recent years due to its rich history. Visit this small, rocky islet to see the remains of the old venetian fortress and learn about the sad story of one of the last active leper colonies of Europe. Now abandoned, the island is easily reached by boat from Elounda, Plaka or Ayios Nikolaus.
Discover Crete's beautiful landscape with a thrilling adventure in a jeep safari. See the cave in the Psiloritis Mountain where Zeus is said to have been born. Admire the diverse Mediterranean flora and fauna of rural Crete and explore traditional villages. Upgrade to a luxury safari for an air conditioned and dust-free ride along with a delicious lunch and refreshing swim at the Preveli Palm Beach.
Knossos and Heraklion
Learn about the long history of the Minoan civilization at the ancient city of Knossos. Here, while exploring the beautiful Palace of Knossos you can learn about ancient Greek mythology from the legendary stories of Daedalus and Icarus to the myth of the Labyrinth of the Minotaur. In Heraklion - Crete's capital - visit the archaeological museum and enjoy the world's largest collection of Minoan art.
Things to do in Mykonos
Day Trip to Delos
Take a boat from Mykonos to see the World heritage site of Delos, one of the most important mythological and archaeological sites in Greece. The birthplace of Apollo - god of the sun - and the Artemis - goddess of hunting - the island is considered the most sacred of all the islands. Legend has it that no mortal was allowed to be born or die here (but fortunately visiting is okay).
Stroll around Mykonos
Wander along winding alleys and duck down narrow marble streets, admiring the traditional whitewashed houses with their colourful doors and window frames. See the 17th century Paraportiani Orthodox Church that overlooks the Aegean Sea and keep your fingers crossed for an encounter with the famous Petros the Pelican, the local mascot. Mikri Venetia, or Little Venice, a picturesque bay, is the best place to soak up that picture-perfect sunsets.
Golden sands and crystal-clear waters; beach bars and restaurants; all night parties or tranquil coves, there's plenty to choose from on the 25 beaches of Mykonos. On the northern coast lies Fokos beach. With its amazing taverna, this is the perfect place for a relaxing day in wonderful seclusion. In contrast, the southern coast - home to Paradise beach - is the place to enjoy parties aplenty.