Villa & Yachting in the Peloponnese3

Villa & Yachting in the Peloponnese

Undoubtedly, Greece has been gifted with the privilege of enjoying about 6000 islands, some of which have hidden coves to offer, only to those exploring by the sea, nonetheless. A yacht, be it a sailing boat or a motorboat, offers independence, flexibility, unique lifestyle, and the luxury to explore magical unspoiled landscapes, otherwise not accessible at all.

Allow us to introduce you to the ultimate Greek vacations: a week of chic adventure on a yacht at the Aegean sea combined with a week of utmost relaxation in the classy and serene environment at villa Starlett/Levanda/Thymari/Rosemary.

Villas Villa Starlett/Levanda/Thymari/Rosemary are located just a 20’ drive from Nafplio town, whose port and marina host a great number of leisure ships. Starting from Nafplio port, one can cruise south along the Peloponnesian coastline, running down from cove to cove towards Monemvasia, one of Greece’s (and Europe’s) oldest and most beautiful fortified towns. Stone houses, vaulted alleys, Byzantine churches, Venetian mansions and of course the unique medieval castle will make you believe you are living a fairytale. As another option, you may choose to set sail for the exploration of Greek history, by visiting the archaeological sites of Epidaurus, Mycenae and Tyrins, all on the UNESCO list of global heritage sites, and the islands of Hydra and Spetses, crucial landmarks of the Greek revolution in the mid 1800’s. Along with the elegant stone mansions and the museums, the latter offer crystal-clear waters where you can do SUP or snorkeling and winding backstreets with many fancy restaurants and exclusive bars. A final stop to the uninhabited, tranquil island of Dokos, where you’ll sleep under the stars, a truly unique and calming experience!