All about Yacht hire in Athens
Is it the quirky appeal of Athens city centre and its classy, kooky, chic bars or the traditional Greek restaurants which add to the attraction of this ancient capital city? Even better yet, you can holiday on a yacht rental in Athens and venture to other areas of the coast or islands in the Saronic Gulf. Customise your own itinerary and decide when you want to explore the historic sites of the capital or sip a cocktail from a garden terrace as you admire the Acropolis.
Yacht Rental Areas in Athens
In Athens, you can rent a yacht based in Marina Kalamaki.
Cuisine and Cocktails in Athens
Gin drinkers, you have been saved. Look no further than the Gin Joint for delicious concoctions and a large variety of inventive cocktails.
If you want to spend a romantic evening sitting on 360 Cocktail Bar’s terrace and admiring the view of the Acropolis by night, this is the place for you! The drinks and food are rated highly here, particularly the cocktails and wine.
The Clumsies has gorgeous decor and ambience, where you can lay back after a day in the life of a tourist and unwind with a cocktail or two.
Looking for some traditional Greek deliciousness? Try Tzitzikas Kai Mermigas for yummy seafood dishes, zucchini salads, pasta dishes and Greek liquors. The Karamanlidika Fanis is also a fantastic restaurant that serves traditional Greek food. Sample cured meat and Greek cheese among other heavenly nibbles.
Itinerary Ideas for Athens
Wondering what you can visit in the city? Here are a few suggestions.
The Acropolis and Parthenon are probably Athens’ most influential and important buildings for both visitors and locals.
You can also visit monumental buildings such as the Temple of Olympian Zeus or the Odeon of Herodes Atticus. Fascinating museums such as the Benaki Museum, the Museum of Islamic Art and the Byzantine and Christian Museum are also worth a visit!
The Saronic Gulf and Cyclades Islands are your nearest island options for sailing route options, plan away!
Travel Tips for Athens
To Marina Kalamaki, Athens International Airport (ATH) is 33 km. You can get a taxi there directly, or a bus shuttle which runs to and from the city centre.