The Aegean Sea and the Cyclades islands easily define the dream place of most sailors visiting Greece. Upon exiting the Saronic Gulf, the imposing Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounion will bid you farewell, just minutes before Kea, the closest Cyclades island welcomes your entry to a sea space with more than 3000 years history, magnificent places to show and unbelievable stories to tell. You will never appreciate the greatness of the sun’s light, unless you have visited the Cyclades and have seen its reflections on the turquoise sea, the quaint harbors, the white houses with the blue doors and windows, the windmills, the ancient Temples, the Byzantine churches, the small plots of farmland sculptured at the sides of steep hills and mountains. The sea and the land of the islands always engaged in an endless game of playing with each other. Sometimes trying their mighty strength against one another and some other times in perfect harmony and calmness, providing a paradise on earth for human beings.
|Distance is measured in nautical miles (NM)|