Paros Town is the capital of the island and is home to around 3000 people. This little town is the commercial and cultural centre of Paros. The town is built around the port and is made up of typical Cycladic architecture, with white washed flat roofed houses. Bars, restaurants, tavernas and cafes spread along one side of the coast road while the towns beach boarders the other side. On entrance to the port you are greated by a large whitewashed windmill which has become the trademark of Paros.
Day 2 - Kamares (Sifnos Island)
Kamares is the port of Sifnos and lies on the western side of the island. Sifnos is one the the best known ceramic production centres in Greece meaning you'll find plenty of workshops dotted around the town. The main settlement lies on the right of the bay and has plenty of tavernas, shops and bakeries where you can stock up. The beach has a watersports centre on it if you fancy trying your hand at something smaller than your yacht.
Day 3 - Karavostasis (Folegandros)
Karavostasi is situated on the south eastern coast of Folegandros. The island itself is home to three villages and around 800 inhabitants. Karavostasis is the port village of the island and so has a range of tavernas and shops which should cover most needs. Many of the best beaches on the island are only accesible by foot or boat meaning it shouldn't prove difficult to find your own beach for the day.
Day 4 - Vlichada (Santorini Island)
There is no place like Santorini and it is no doubt the most popular island in Greece, well known for its unforgettable sunsets. There are few travel destinations that combine beautiful beaches, spectacular scenery, ancient cities, amazing restaurants, some of the world's best wine, and an active volcano! The approach by yacht is simply breathtaking, and most yachts enter the caldera from the north west. The Vlichada marina on the southern tip of Santorini is the best place to leave your yacht to set foot on this beautiful island.
Day 5 - Katapola (Amorgos Island)
Katapola is the main port of Amorgos as it situated on the northern coast of the island. On arrival in the port you're welcomed by white windmills, traditional blue and white houses and its amazing Venetian castle. Some ancient ruins of the Cretan city of Minoan lie above the port. Within the town you'll find a plentiful supply of tavernas and shops.
Day 6 - Naousa (Paros Island)
Nauosa is considered to be one of the prettiest villages in the Cyclades. The village has kept it authenticity even though tourism has grown rapdily here. It's whitewashed and flowered little houses coupled with tiny churches and chapels and labyrinth like streets combine to give an enchanting atmosphere to the village. The port is at the heart of the village and is full of local fishing boats and the remains of an old Venetian castle.
Day 7 - Paros
If you didn't have an opportunity to explore Paros on your first night then we strongly recommend heading into the town centre on your last night. Paros has something for everyone including: restaurants, traditional tavernas, bars, clubs and beaches.