Going for gold across the islands of Santorini, Paros and Milos.

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  • Spend time in Athens, the ancient capital of the world, to uncover  millennia of history with an archaeologist
  • From the comfort of your private yacht, visit some of the lesser-known  islands of the Greek Archipelago
  • Ignite your competitive spirit with an Aegean Olympiad between family  and friends
  • Have a sunset feast of freshly-caught fish on a secluded beach
  • Meet a marine biologist to find out how the underwater environment is  protected and conserved
  • Enjoy Greek hospitality and home-cooked specialities around the dinner  table with like-minded locals

This trip can be customised to your personal preferences. 

In a place where ancient civilisations were born, like an open-air museum Greece is full of monuments to the past. But these aren’t the only treasures to be found. Embark on an island-hopping adventure in the Aegean, where man and mother nature have created some of their best crowning glories.

Discover the lives of ancient Athenians in the churches, museums, galleries and archaeological sites of the city. Or immerse in modern day culture with a roadside game of chess or a visit to a local market. Board a luxury yacht to float serenely through the islands towards forested hills, idyllic bays and hidden coves. Drop anchor for a swim or head shoreside for a beach barbecue before being lulled to sleep by the sway of the ocean. Explore the Greek seas with a marine biologist to learn about the seagrass meadows, underwater caves and coral reefs and where the clear waters create stunning seascapes for divers and snorkelers. 

Try a four-wheel-drive safari, a horse ride across sand dunes, or for a competitive flavour, compete with your loved ones in a series of Olympic-style challenges: an ancient pentathlon, collecting historic artefacts, and deciphering Greek scripture. Take a journey through history in Greece, a living illustration of the evolution of culture and tradition. 

Best time to travel: April to September  

Number of nights: Seven

For families or small private groups