A sailing vacation in Greece is a must for all sailors. With gentle morning breezes and stronger afternoon winds, an idyllic climate and the option to alternate short island hops with line-of-sight navigation and more challenging, open water passages, a Greek sailing vacation offers perfect sailing conditions.
Spend lazy days swimming and snorkeling in secluded anchorages, and enjoy delicious Greek food in the waterfront tavernas that you’ll find in every picturesque fishing village along the way. If lively nightlife is of interest, you’ll find plenty on offer.
It’s no wonder that Greece is one of the world’s most enduring sailing vacation destinations – it has something for everyone.
A visit to Athens is always a truly special experience. With its ancient roots still present in everyday life, Athens has developed into a happening modern city with sophisticated shopping and restaurants.
Be sure to spend at least a couple of days here visiting the extraordinary historical sites before setting sail on your Athens sailing vacation -- a real adventure in the Saronic Gulf.
A Vounaki sailing vacation brings you to the cruising ground of the Southern Ionian, a lasting favorite with sailors who know a good thing when they see one. Mixing history and mythology with superb sailing conditions, sleepy fishing villages and the stunning landscapes throughout Kefalonia and Meganissi, a Vounaki sailing vacation is a treasured experience.
A Skiathos sailing vacation allows sailors to explore the peaceful Sporades Islands, the hidden gems of Greece. Then sail into the Gulf of Volos and relax on golden beaches and discover the beautiful, remote landscapes of the Alonissos National Park.
The southern Ionian has long been a favorite of sailors who know exactly where to find good sailing, incredible scenery and great fun. With the aid of superb sailing conditions relax on beautiful beaches, dine in sleepy fishing villages and explore Kefalonia, Meganissi and Ithaca – islands steeped in myth and legend.
Sunsail’s northern Ionian base is located in Gouvia, a modern resort town on the east coast of Corfu. Whether you’re looking for secluded beaches, delicious Corfiot cuisine or fascinating historical sites, Corfu is sure to please. The good winds, ideal sailing conditions and warm summer weather is the reason why sailors keep coming back to the Ionian year after year.