Dating back to 1930 and located in the centre of Athens, the 5-star King George, a Luxury Collection Hotel, represents the absolute essence of a fascinating boutique hotel. Perfectly situated for captivating experiences, a truly inspiring and gracious venue, King George is located within walking distance from the wonders of Athens. The Acropolis, Agora, Plaka and Thission are nearby, so are upmarket boutiques, world-renowned museums and the city’s vibrant business district.
Meet your guide in the lobby of your hotel as you head to the Athenian Riviera, the scenic coastal road, that offers amazing views of the Saronic Gulf. You’ll pass through the most splendid suburbs of Athens including Palaio Faliron, Glyfada, Varkiza, and Vouliagmeni, all the way to Cape Sounion, where you can tour the temple of Poseidon, dedicated to the mythological god of the sea, and see the sun dips below the horizon and several islands in the distance.
During a clear day, you will have a great chance to foresee as many as seven of the nearby islands.
Afterward, you’ll experience a great taste of Athens as you dine on seafood caught by local fishermen. It is a fabulous welcome to Greece
Mingle and get to know one another as we embark on a trip that will surely bring memories to last a lifetime.
Your tour starts by visiting the Acropolis hill, with well-known architectural masterpieces of the Golden Age of Athens that includes Erechtheion (female statues of the Caryatides or Maidens dedicated to goddess Athena and god Poseidon), the temple of Athena Nike and Propylaea. You will also have a great chance to admire the monument (that puts the order in mind), which is the Parthenon. From the top of the Acropolis hill will have a view of the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, the Theatre of Dionysus, and the Areopagus (Mars Hill).
The tour continues to the Panathenaic Stadium, the place where the first Olympic games of the modern era were held in 1896. You’ll view the Evzones (changing of the guards) in their majestic picturesque uniform at the Presidential Palace (this is where your hotel is located.
Furthermore, you’ll get the chance to observe the remarkable contrasts that make the city of Athens a fascinating place.
Apart from this, we will also visit the Athens Trilogy of culture (the National Library of Greece, the Athens University, and the Academy), the Memorial to the Unknown Soldier, the House of Parliament, Constitution Square (Syntagma Square) and a spectacular panorama of the city from Lycabettus hill.
As you make your way to modern Athens, you’ll stop at Hermou street, the old city Plaka (and Flea Market) for traditional Greek delicacies and food,. Take some time to enjoy a wonderful shopping walk, with your new friends
And if time permits, visit a number of wonderful places in Athens, such as Hefestus Temple, Kerameikos, Greek & Roman Agora (tower of winds) and Socrates Prison, the New Acropolis Museum or the National Archaeological Museum, one of the world’s best museums.
By the end of this day, you will feel like a Greek!
Corinth is one of the richest city-states in ancient Greece because of “Isthmus” or today’s Corinth canal. Loutraki is a very beautiful seaside city with a lovely beach, historic and religious monuments, and lots of amazing local places for lunch and drinks.
Starting from Athens, the drive continues westward along with the beautiful scenic coast until you reach the Corinth canal or Isthmus. The Corinth canal connects the Aegean sea with the Ionian sea and also separates the Peloponnese from the rest of Greece’s mainland.
A short stop at the Corinth Canal before driving through the beautiful local villages to reach the Ancient Corinth, the place where Saint Paul preached and lived for about two years. During ancient times, the town of Corinth was considered one of the richest cities in Greece, due to the remains of the Temple of Apollo, during the 6th century BC and the ancient Agora. After your visit to the Archaeological site of Ancient Corinth, you’ll depart to Loutraki.
Loutraki is a very beautiful seaside city with a lovely beach and lots of amazing local places for lunch and drinks. Just about an hour away from Athens, Loutraki is an amazing choice for exploration off the beaten path. On Mount Gerania just above Loutraki is the monastery of Saint Patapios, built in the 11th century. It is reachable by car and offers spectacular views of the northern Peloponnese, the Corinthian Isthmus, and the Saronic Gulf.
Another secret paradise of this area is Lake Vouliagmeni, a lagoon located 16 kilometers northwest of Loutraki, very close to the archaeological site of Iraion and to the settlement of Perachora. It has a sandy beach as opposed to Loutraki beach.
This tour combines archaeological sites, religious monuments, Greek natural beauty, mountains, waterfalls, lakes, and of course authentic local places for lunch and drinks. A fantastic choice to combine exploration with relaxation and make the most out of your time in Greece.
There is no better way to explore the cosmopolitan Mykonos and the beauties of the Cyclades Islands than on a crewed luxury yacht tour in your private cabin.
Explore the Cyclades with endless possibilities. Our yacht advisors will select the best Superyacht according to your needs and type of yacht vacation.
Our yacht experts will create a tailor-made itinerary with the finest destinations in the Cyclades, and we will arrange VIP access to private events and table reservations to the finest restaurants and beach clubs in Mykonos and the Cyclades Islands.
Enjoy the day on the Yacht at Sea
If you’re ready it’s time to discover the countryside of Paros. Starting off from the area of Kakapetra we will pass by the Parasporo and afterward, we will stop at the wonderful beach of Agia Eirini for some wine
Subsequently, we will pass by the luxury area of Aspires & then we will reach the wonderful little chapel of Taxiarchaki, where the panoramic view of Paroikia bay, will leave you speechless.
A bohemian paradise with a Mykonian soul
Imagine a place serene and private, surrounded by the blues of the Aegean sea and the seductively barren landscape of the Cyclades. A hideaway of spiritual liberation and barefoot luxury.
Nature is there, embracing like a healer, enhancing the overall calming effect of relaxation. Deriving from the water element surrounding your suite, the smooth merging of indoor and outdoor spaces, and the feeling of earth and sand between your toes while walking barefoot in your private courtyard.
Built around a contemporary interpretation of the ancient Greek agora, Scorpios is a gathering place meant to galvanize the artistic, spiritual, and social life of its community.