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Gay Group Trip: Sailing Milos, Santorini, Patmos and Mykonos

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This gay group trip takes in some of the lesser known islands in the Cyclades and mixes them with some of the most popular. This 8 day itinerary will let you experience everything these idyllic Greek islands have to offer. Whether you're someone who likes to spend time in the sun, laying on the beach and swimming in the sea or someone who likes to explore, learn about the history and take in local life this gay group trip has it all. Sailing on board a luxury yacht makes this one of the most upmarket and relaxing holidays you can find whilst allowing you to travel and meet other gay travellers. 

time difference


2 hours ahead of the UK

flight time


3-4 hours direct from UK

Available Dates : 23rd August 2018

Day 1 - Arrival

Today you'll arrive into Athens where you'll be transferred to Piraeus port. Here, you'll find the Harmony V yacht which will embark at 3pm. Once boarded, you'll be welcomed with a cocktail and meet the rest of your fellow travellers before setting sail for Polyaigos. In the evening, you'll enjoy dinner as a group to get to know each other as well as run through safety precautions and your itinerary.

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Day 2 - Polyaigos and Milos

Today we'll travel to the island of Polyaigos - an uninhabited island in the Cyclades whose name means "many goats" as they are the only inhabitants of this beautiful place. Being uninhabited means there is natural beauty aplenty to be found here with perfect beaches, stunning, hilly landscapes. You'll stop for a spot of swimming in the clear blue waters and lap up the sun on the beach before we carry on sailing to the island of Milos. Milos is a lovely volcanic island known as the 'Island of Colours', due to the many tones of its coastline and buildings, as well as for being the home of the Venus de Milo, which is now found in the Louvre.  You'll be able to explore the town of Chora and have a swim around the many unique rock formations that are found here.

Day 3 - Santorini

Today you'll visit the famous island of Santorini which is known for its jaw-dropping Cycladic architecture across the cliffs and as being the best place to watch a sunset. Once you arrive you'll take a cable car to Fira town where you'll be able to stroll through the streets lined by the white-washed houses it is well known for. You'll also have the option to take a tour of the city of Akrotiri which was decimated by a volcanic eruption that created the caldera in 1600 BC. You'll end your tour in Oia which is the place to watch the sunsets. You'll have the option to hike back towards Fira to enjoy this stunning spectacle before enjoying dinner on the boat and continuing sailing to Patmos. 

Day 4 - Patmos

On this day you'll arrive at the island of Patmos which is a famous pilgrimage site for Christians around the world due to being the supposed birthplace of the Bible's 'Book Of Revelations'. After enjoying breakfast on the boat you'll visit two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The first of these is the Grotto and Monastery of St John which is found within the walls of a great fortification. Here is where the Book Of Revelations was purported to have been written. From here you'll then take in the medieval town of Chora which is full of other historic sights. In the afternoon you'll have the opportunity to visit the capital - Scala - or go for a swim at a local beach. 

Day 5 - Kusadasi (Turkey)

You'll continue the morning sailing over to Kusadasi, Turkey. This island is known as the 'Island of Birds' due to the island being shaped like a birds head and for also being the seasonal migration spot for many species of bird. You'll start with a tour of one of the most important archaeological sites in the Cyclades known as Ephesus. This ancient Greek city, built in the 10th century, is a popular tourist spot and gives you a glimpse back into what the Greek empire would have been like. Explore the preserved streets of this historical site and learn about the history of Kusadasi before enjoying time in the town to shop around the small stalls. In the evening, you'll continue sailing to the island of Mykonos. 

Day 6 - Mykonos

Today you'll sail to the island of Mykonos. This is one of the most famous and popular islands in the Cyclades due to its natural beauty and for being a hub for LGBT tourists due to its welcoming inhabitants and large gay community. You can go on an optional boat ride to Delos which is where the ancient Greek gods Apollo and Artemis were supposedly born. You'll go on a walking tour with a professional guide who will take you through this UNESCO World Heritage Site, taking in all of the remarkably preserved historical monuments and buildings found here. From here you'll be able to explore the island of Mykonos. Take in the archaeology museum, the maritime museum or simply roam the streets and get a taste for local life. You'll even have the opportunity to experience some of Mykonos's amazing gay nightlife with a visit to 'Jackie O' - one of the most popular gay clubs on the island.

Day 7 - Kythnos

Today you'll sail to the island of Kythnos which is home to some very beautiful beaches. You'll enjoy some time in the sun and have a swim before continuing on to Athens. In the evening, you'll enjoy a farewell dinner with the rest of your fellow travellers on board. 

Day 8 - Departure

Today is the day the tour finishes. You'll be transferred to the airport where you'll catch your departing flight home. 

Travel Info

It's important to be up-to-date with the latest travel advice to Greece and the laws in every destination.

LGBT RIGHTS IN Greece The UK's Foreign and Commonwealth office provides information to LGBT travellers through its 'Travel Aware' campaign.

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