Route: Gouvia St Stefanos Plataria Lakka Gaios Parga Iggy Beach Gouvia
Age: 20 – 35 year olds
Availability: Because the sailing component of the trip leaves once a week, this trip only starts on a Saturday and only runs from June to September. As we have to check availability of each sailing departure, please await a response to your enquiry before booking any transport or flights.
Transport: You’ll spend 7 nights in your accommodation on a yacht or catamaran – depending on what your preference. If you’d like to extend your trip, or need help getting to or from Athens – then speak to us at email@example.com about creating a custom route.
Additional costs: Please note that an additional payment of €120 per person is payable on the day of the yacht departure in the local currency – this covers your fuel and marina fees for the week.
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If you’ve never tried to the boat life before, now is your time to see what you’ve been missing out on. Departing from Corfu, you’ll spend 7 days drifting around the Ionian Islands, stopping off to explore quaint villages, delicious Greek cuisine and hidden coastal treasures.
You’ll even have the opportunity to take part in activities such as paddleboarding, wine tasting, bike riding and scuba diving, all among a picture-postcard backdrop.
Remember to let us know if you need help travelling to or from Corfu, and we’ll be more than happy to design a route for you – meaning the adventure doesn’t have to start and end with the sailing!
Join like-minded and young travellers, all aged between 20 – 35, as you hop aboard your skippered yacht, that you’ll be calling home for the next week.
You’ll get to explore beautiful and untouched coves and explore authentic Greek towns and villages alongs the coasts of the Ionian Islands. With a fresh breakfast prepared onboard to wake up to, you’ll be able to make the most of the day ahead – whether you’re simply soaking up the sun and chilling out, or off snorkelling. You’ll also get lunch, and all the drinking water – and of course tea and coffee, that you need. If you want to bring any extra snacks or drinks onboard, then you’re more than welcome to!
All in all, you’ll have six stops in between departing and arriving from Gouvia in Corfu. There’s also ancient theatres to be explored, beach BBQs to be had and plenty of swim stops and snorkelling to be done – so get ready for a fun and action-packed week at sea.
Instead of flying, if you’ve got a bit of time spare before your sailing trip starts, why not make more of your journey to Greece, stopping off in other locations en route, making your trip better for you – and the environment.
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Corfu is a beautiful island, from it’s rugged mountains to it’s crystal clear coast, it definitely worth spending some time here exploring before the sailing gets underway. If you’re only here for the morning, be sure to check out Corfu town and it’s 2 Venetian fortresses and the grand palace before you meet the rest of your group and set sail that afternoon.
Sail to St Stefanos
Your first stop on tour will be in the horseshoe bay of St Stefanos. It’s here you’ll get a taste of what’s to come the rest of the week with an afternoon of swimming and paddleboard and you get acquainted with your new friends. Once you’re worn out from splashing about, we’ll recharge with a meal in an authentic Greek taverna before you put on your dancing shoes.
Sail to Plataria
The traditional town of Plataria – and another Greek feast – awaits us later today, but first it’s try to see how you’d fare at being skipper on the boat. Providing there’s no re-enactments of the Titanic, you’ll then get to enjoy the surrounding bay and mysterious caves at your own pace.
Sail to Lakka
One of the undoubted highlights of the week is your trip to Lakka – you may not have heard of this small village before, but you certainly won’t forget it after today. A gorgeous place, lined with lush olive trees and surrounded by secluded bays. The clear waters make for a divers paradise so grab your gear and discover the hidden treasures of the Ionian Sea.
Sail to Gaios
A change of pace as you dock in the main port of Paxos and into the largest and liveliest village on the island. Wander round the small streets, admire the surrounding green countryside or head for a lazy afternoon on the beach. Whatever you do, make sure you don’t miss the chance to try some of the best and freshest sea food this region has to offer.
Sail to Parga
Parga is one of the most stunning villages in the Ionian. A lovely town, full of charm, excellent bars, restaurants, and boutique shops all set among a backdrop of a Venetian castle and colourful houses. This is definitely one for the Instagrammers among you!
Sail to Iggy Beach
The last full day on tour has to be a beach day, doesn’t it? Iggy Beach, a true hidden gem, is the perfect place to try out some new watersports or an afternoon of beach volleyball. As the sun goes down and the bright stars start to come out, we’ll light up the beach bonfire and BBQ and reflect on what’s been an incredible week.
Sail to Gouvia
A couple of final swim stops for good measure before you head back to Corfu by mid-afternoon. A lot has happened since you were last here a week ago: new friends, new experiences and a whole lot of new and amazing memories.
If you need help in planning a route back from Corfu then just let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.