Semi-private Antiparos & Caves Blue Lagoon OR Rina Cave & Small Cycladesfrom
Join us on our Antiparos & Cave Cruise!
Group Size Large Group
Join us for an unforgettable Antiparos & Cave Cruise! Our adventure begins at 08:00 on the luxurious yacht “ANNABELLA” docked in front of Naxos Town’s RENDEZVOUS cafe. Weather permitting and based on your preferences, we’ll sail towards the Antiparos island area, where you may even spot dolphins, sea turtles, Flying fish, or cormorants cruising alongside our vessel.
We provide all the equipment you need, including masks and snorkels, noodles, raincoats, waterproof cameras, and life jackets. In addition, you’ll have access to historical information about the surrounding islands, sailing lessons, and comfortable cushions on the sun deck. Our first stop will be the Panteronissia islets, where we’ll take a dip and snorkel in the clear turquoise waters and Blue Lagoon. Next, we’ll visit the Holed cave, where you can explore the clear waters, corals, sponges, sea urchins, and fish while taking lots of underwater photos.
Later, we’ll sail to Piso Livadi Paros, where you can take a stroll in the attractive village of Marpissa and its folklore museum, rent a car or ATV to visit the charming villages of Lefkes and Naoussa, or enjoy lunch with a sea view at your own expense. We’ll spend approximately two hours swimming in the clear sandy beaches before heading back to Naxos, arriving by 17:00.
If you’re up for a Rina Cave & Small Cyclades Cruise, our journey begins with a visit to the pristine Kalados bay, where you can enjoy a secluded beach and swim in the clear blue waters. Later, you can relax at Dimitris’ tavern, where he’ll prepare your lunch or barbecue while you take in the stunning view with a refreshing drink of your choice.
Next, we’ll sail to either Iraklia or Schinoussa, two islands in the Small Cyclades, where you can explore the villages, take photos, visit rolling hills, indulge in the famous fava, or attend the summertime free fava festival with live local music. If you’re lucky, you may even witness the donkey race at Schinoussa’s small and picturesque capital. Alternatively, you can opt for a more laid-back experience on Iraklia, which offers marked hiking trails and the fascinating cave of St. John, the most intriguing of all Cycladic caves.
Our last stop will be the Koufonisia islands, where you’ll enjoy a stately walk in the narrow streets, visit the largest fishing fleet in our area, or swim in the intricate lattice of tunnels and caves filled with crystal clear waters of the Aegean Sea on Kato Koufonisi island. Afterward, we’ll sail back and take another cool dip in Rina cave before heading back to Naxos, stopping at a sheltered bay for a swim if time allows.
- Home-made cheese pies
- Soft Drinks
- Bottled water
- Seasonal local fruits
- Cold beverages
- Yacht cleaning
- Sailing lessons
- Snorkeling equipment
- Pool Noodles
- Life jackets
- Beach bag essentials( towels, suncream)
- Warm Clothes