Sailing Day Cruise Around Naxos

Photo from Naxos Yachting
Enjoy this relaxing day cruise aboard a catamaran and sail around the crystal-clear blue waters of Naxos Island. You'll pass by sandy anchorages, rocky coves, and picturesque seascapes. You'll depart from lively Naxos Marina and join a friendly and professional crew.

As you sail around the coast of Naxos, your captain will make a few stops at designated swimming areas. Jump off the boat, swim in the open sea, or walk up rocky cliffs and leap into secluded pools. You can also try snorkeling in open bays and sheltered coves. For lunch, you'll enjoy a traditional Greek spread with local wine and raki.

Read more about other unique activities on Naxos and other sailing excursions in Greece.

Itineraries with Sailing Day Cruise Around Naxos

Sailing the Greek Cyclades Islands - 8 Days

Sailing the Greek islands for a week sounds amazing for good reason. Board a catamaran with an experienced crew to hop from island to stunning island in the Cyclades. Along the way, explore the best of Mykonos and watch the sunset from Santorini, see ancient ruins, and swim in the azure Aegean waters before bedding down in your boat each night.

Best of Greece: Athens & Cyclades Sailing - 13 Days

Greece is known for its ancient history and stunning islands, and you'll spend ample time experiencing both on this 13-day tour. From Athens, with its layers of history, to Meteora and Delphi, culture and history enthusiasts will love the first part of the tour. Then, take the energy level down a few notches and board a private yacht at Mykonos. Spend the remainder of the trip sailing around the beautiful Cyclades Islands, in the Aegean Sea. 

Athens and the Cyclades for Families: Athens, Tinos, Naxos & Santorini - 14 Days

The whitewashed architecture of the Cyclades is one of the most classic Greek images. Spend two weeks amid this island chain's charms with this family-friendly itinerary full of hands-on activities for school-aged children. You'll start off with games and stories in Athens, then head to Tinos to learn about the art of marble sculpting. From there, you'll visit the villages and beaches of Naxos before you wrap up your trip along the rim of Santorini's famous caldera.