Piraeus (Athens) Greece
Fly into the ancient capital of the world, Athens, you will be transferred to Scenic Eclipse to commence your discover of the Greek Isles & Dalmatian coastline.
Although Canakkale is often used as a platform for visiting the nearby battlefields of Gallipoli and the ancient ruins of Troy, this town is well deserving of some attention as it has a lot to offer of its own. With a number of different cultural influences present in the landscape of the town, most noticeably from the Greek, Jewish and Armenian communities, the town is as diverse as it is striking and should be explored in depth by those passing through.
Bozcaada is the third largest and beautiful island of Turkey, famous for its windmills and vineyards, lovely houses, impressive historic monuments from different periods and attractive beaches with crystal clear waters.
Most of Kusadasis tourist attractions are found in the harbor area. The old town wall southern gate still survives here as well. The bazaar area, full of Turkish souvenirs, begins directly in front of the harbor dock. Just off Kusadasi harbor, a 350-meter-long causeway leads out to charming Pigeon Island, where the remnants of a 13th-century Byzantine fortress (which later became a pirates lair) sit on the cliff.
Santorini island, Greece
As part of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea, Santorini is an island like no other. This volcanic island is home to white-washed buildings and blue domed churches and offers stunning views out to turquoise waters.
Amorgos Island, (Katapola)
Located at the south-eastern edge of the Cyclades archipelago, Amorgos is one of the most impressive Aegean islands, boasting marvellous beaches with azure waters, gorgeous caves, ideal spots for diving, scenic bays and ancient footpaths leading through its steep rocky terrain.
Serene landscapes, fertile valleys and rolling hills are dotted with small churches and monasteries, complemented by endless sandy beaches with azure blue waters.
Kea Island, (Cyclades Archipelago)
Due to its proximity to Attica, Kéa (also called “Tzia”) is an easily accessible beauty with a scenery variety: steep mountains, small fields, olive groves, vineyards, valleys, picturesque coves, exciting hiking trails and off-the-beaten-track beaches.
Your cruise ends this morning as you say farewell to your crew. Disembark after breakfast and transfer to the airport for your flight homeward.