Greece

The Land of Ancient Myths and Truly Iconic Sites

Exploring the past in Greece

Greece has some of the most iconic of archaeological sites, from the Parthenon on the Acropolis in Athens to Knossos on the Island of Crete. It is the ruins and black and red pots of Hellenistic Greece we are more familiar with, scattered in museums around the World, but our ancestors were here as long ago as 700,000 years.

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One of two arches of the Roman Pont Flavian in Provence.

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One of two arches of the Roman Pont Flavian in Provence.

Byzantine Church Frescoes on the Island of Crete

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Sailing the Routes of Odysseus & Octavius - with EY Sailing

An island in the Ionian Sea.

Experience the islands of the Ionian Sea on board a well-equipped yacht. Homer was inspired by these islands, Octavius defeated Mark Anthony and Cleopatra here, and the Durrells made Corfu their home. Besides visiting some iconic archaeological sites, you will also have the choice of swimming in small private bays that are only reached by yacht, exploring small harbours and villages and their islands, while getting the chance to taste local gastronomy in out-of-the-way tavernas. Discounts for 2018 reservations.

Small group sailing around the islands of the Ionian Sea, western Greece.

  • 44 ft yacht with 4 cabins
  • €950 per person, group discounts
  • Maximum 6 People
  • Two Sailings for 2017:

  • 15 - 22 October 2017
  • 22 - 29 October 2017
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