The island Tour
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One of the best spots to swim. A small cove of natural untouched beauty with turquoise crystalline waters! The only way to get here and take a swim is this tour. Meal on board is usually served during this stop.
The beloved of many. The longest and nicest beach of the island with tiny pebbles and azure crystalline waters! Swimming here gives a unique sensation due to open sea currents that make these waters crystal clear and chilly. The name derives from the long islet that lays just opposite and looks like the “katergo”, a galley moved by Convicts.
In the end of this wonderful tour we make a 10-minute stop at the Giorgitsis Cave. Laying at sea level, it gives us a beautiful scenery while the vessel approaches in proximity. In the meanwhile -offered by the crew- you enjoy a traditional sweet served with raki ending your journey sweetly!
Karavostasis is the island's port and one of two seaside settlments. Recommended to those who prefer the quiet and relaxed life of a traditional small port village with easy access to beaches (5 minutes). From Karavostasis you can see the sunrise, nearby Sikinos and several rocky islets. Also, the boats for the island's tour and Katergo beach depart from the port.
During this brief stop (weather permitting) you will be given information on this important cave, which remains unexplored to its larger part. Acces to the cave is not possible, but you will be able to take close pictures of the large entrance which is high above sea level. The Chrysospilia is protected by the Greek Archaelogical Service and is not open to the public.
Ag. Nikolaos Cove
Ag. Nikolaos Cove
You can barely see the ruins of the old Church of Agios Nikolaos which once stood here over the cliffs that go all the way down in the blue waters of this cove. Don't hesitate to dive as you won't have another chance; the boat tour is the only way to get here.
It is a beautiful beach laying on the Northwestern edge of the island. There, are found some little summer houses inhabited until a few years ago by local fishermen, as well as the smaller constructions on the beach called “syrmata” where fishermen used to drag and store their boats. The beach consists of sand and partly of pebbles. A few trees will provide shade to those who will get under first!