Volos - Sporades - Volos (14 Days)

1st Volos  Marina  - Check-in  17:00  
2nd Milina – Tzasteni - Trikeri 23
3rd Skiathos  ( Τown ) 27
4th Tsougria – Koukounaries - Panormos – Agnodas (Skopelos Isl) 9
5th Skyros 42
6th Skyros  Island -
7th Skopelos  ( Town ) 42
8th Patitiri – Steni Vala (Alonisos) 4
9th Kyra Panagia ( Planitis ) 18
10th Stafylos – Skopelos 25
11th Agnodas – Loutraki - Glossa 18
12th Platanias -  ( Pilio ) 16
13th Trikeri – Kottes  ( Pagasetic Gulf) 15
14th Volos  Marina  - Check-Out  09:00 14

Legend has it that the gods created the Sporades Islands by tossing colored pebbles into the Aegean Sea.

The myth is reflected in the name Sporades, which means “the scattered ones,” and in the colors of their verdant green hills, sapphire blue waters and sandy beaches. Located off the east coast of Greece, the Sporades archipelago includes four permanently inhabited islands, each offering visitors a unique travel experience.

From bustling Skiathos with its gorgeous beaches and active nightlife to the picturesque landscapes of remote Skyros, the Sporades have something special to offer every visitor in search of a memorable island vacation.        


Milina in the Gulf of Volos, is an attractive sailing holiday destination will suit sailors who prefer good sailing winds while exploring quieter islands and harbours.

It is a very impressive village. You can find quite picturesque beaches and bays with crystal clean waters.

Alatas Island
A well sheltered, natural harbour, close to Milina Village 17 nautical miles south of Volos. surrounded by the most striking and beautiful scenery.

Beautiful Cove and beach south of Milina , could be a stop for swimming on the way to Kottes or Trikeri.



A marvelous beach in the isolated Tsougria islet that is located south of Skiathos. Perfect for day anchor , offers  lovely beaches and a supremely relaxed atmosphere. It has a couple of beaches, but the most popular one lies in a sheltered bay and offers amazingly clear turquoise water, that remains shallow for al long time, making it a very safe place for children. You can find food, drinks and shade in a nice kantina .


Kyra Panagia

Kira Panagia Island (or Pelayoníssi) - Sporades - Aegean
Here is one of the biggest natural harbours of the Mediterranean sea, Planitis bay.
A safe anchorage  witch like many other natural harbours on the Greek islands  used to be a shelter for pirates during the Middle Ages.
The entrance to Planitis Bay, located on the northeastern coast of Kira Panagia ,is very narrow and should only be approached in light winds. Once inside the bay, you can anchor, sheltered  from the Meltemi and run a line ashore to enjoy the Milky Way extending from horizon to horizon at night.
However the visit is recommended only to those who love isolation and explorations of the wild virgin nature. Of course no facilities are available.
Agios Petros is an impressive bay located in the southwestern coast of the deserted Kira Panagia islet. It has emerald green waters and is a popular destination for boaters. It also has a tiny islet in its entrance named Agios Petros. The strong point of the bay is its emerald-green water and not  the shore. Agios Petros is a good anchorage with north winds (which usually prevail in the summer in the Aegean). The trip to Kira Panagia is ideal for those loving exploration.