Charter in Greece: Greece has more than 3000 islands and about 15021 km of coastline. Being a cradle of European culture, Greece has a rich cultural and historical heritage, archaeological sites, mountainous landscape and paradise islands making Greece an unforgettable place for a holiday on a yacht. Island silhouettes on the horizon, a transparent sea lapping a sand, a congenial beach bar a few steps away… some of the essentials of a holiday in the Greek islands. Almost every Greek isle has great beaches, we will just mention you a few: fabulous beach with a Venetian castle in Southern Crete. For lapping turquoise waters, try quiet Lipsi, and the stunning cove at Myrtos Beach in Kefallonia. Or just anchor in front of the legendary Paradise and Super Paradise beaches on decadent Mykonos. Fond of history? Gape at Rhodes' magnificent, walled old town, where the Knights of St John ruled from 1309-1523, and explore their quarter before visiting the 14th-century Palace of the Grand Masters. Tiny Delos, near Mykonos, was once dedicated to Apollo; see ruins of shrines to the gods and explore mosaic-rich ancient dwellings. Kick back in Corfu's old town, with its Venetian, French and British architecture. Not to miss Kos: soaked in history and ruins, wander around Kos town’s fortress and the Asklepion (Hippocrates' ancient sanatorium). Indeed the past and present converge magically on this island (the second-largest in the Dodecanese) of varied treasures: from vernal valleys and peacock-blue coves, to sylvan hillsides and rocky stretches – one moment you find yourself in a rustic mountain taverna the next in a busy cosmopolitan cafe. There really is something for everyone here. And last but not least: Crete. The varied terrain on Greece's biggest island, Crete, ranges from gentle plateaus dotted with windmills to canyons and mountains. Crete is a magical quilt of splendid beaches, ancient treasures and landscapes encompassing vibrant cities and dreamy villages. Are you ready for a splendid vacation in the Mediterranean?
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