Athens (1 night)

This itinerary begins in the capital city, as many travelers will arrive and depart at the Athens Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport.

The Greek capital has plenty to provide for the travelers and also is the a preferred reference point for those flying to some of the amazing Greek islands.

Mykonos (2 nights)

Take a ferry from the port of Piraeus to Mykonos to enjoy the famous Greek island located in the heart of Aegean Sea.

In Mykonos you can see the charming 16th century windmills that overlook the delightful Little Venice district, or explore world-famous beaches like Paradise Beach.

Delos (day trip from Mykonos)

During your time in Mykonos, spend half a day visiting the nearby island of Delos. Take one of the boats departing daily in the morning and return in the afternoon from Agios Nikolaos and explore the almost inhibited island.

Paros (2 nights)

Another gorgeous Greek island you should consider is Paros. Tourist of all ages visit the calming island to relax on the amazing blue-water beaches, visit historic sites, enjoy the local cuisine or dance the night away at the bars.

The most famous attractions in Paros is the Panagia Ekatontapiliani, a church that was originally built 1,600 years ago and then rebuilt in the late 18th century.

Antiparos (day trip from Paros)

While you are in Paros, dedicate a day to visit the island of Antiparos. It’s accessible by ferry several times a day from the ports of Parikia and Pounta on Paros.

Antiparos is popular for its breathtaking grotto, reachable by walking more than 300 steps underground into an eerie atmosphere that feels out of this world, and also its gorgeous Sostis Bay, a popular beach spot for visitors.

Naxos (2 nights)

Next stop would be in the island of Naxos, the largest island of the Cyclades. Picturesque towns, amazing mountain views and breathtaking beaches are only a part of the plenty opportunities Naxos can provide.

Santorini (2 nights)

Perhaps the most popular Greek island in the world and for a good reason. Santorini is a breathtaking island with plenty amazing spots to enjoy dramatic views and some of the most gorgeous sunsets you’ve ever seen.

Some spots you don’t want to miss are the lighthouses, the Black Beach and Akrotiri, a 3,500 years old town that was covered in volcanic ash just like Pompeii.

Milos (2 nights)

Milos boasts a successful combination of dozens of amazing beaches and lots of historic statues. Although it’s often overlooked by many travelers, this is also the reason that makes Milos even more appealing.

Visit the village of Tripiti, where the iconic Venus de Milo statue was discovered, or enjoy horseback riding right on the beach.

Sifnos (1 night)

Another amazing destination of the Cyclades is Sifnos. Best-known for its nightlife and the relaxing atmosphere, Sifnos is becoming a popular summer destination.

Serifos (1 night)

The last, but not least, stop before you head back to Athens, would be the beautiful island of Serifos. Being less developed in tourism,

Serifos has kept its traditional character and the pristine nature scenery, and crystal beaches all around its coastline. The most stunning spot is Chora, built on the slopes of a mountain offering a magnificent view to the Aegean Sea.

Athens (1 night)

Complete your island-hopping adventure by returning to the capital of Athens. Spend some time to explore the National Garden, which is considered the jewel of the city.

For the culture enthusiasts visit some of the city’s incredible museums, like the National Art Gallery and the Museum of Cycladic Art. And of course, don’t forget to buy some souvenirs from the street vendors and shops found in Monastiraki.