Wonders of Mykonos & Santorini on a 4-day independent tour
Cosmopolitan Mykonos—known for its vibrant nightlife
Crystal waters surrounding Mykonos' beaches
Spectacular sunset from traditional village of Oia
Santorini's Iconic white-washed houses & volcano views
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Roundtrip transportation to and from your Athens hotel
Roundtrip transportation to and from your Mykonos hotel
Roundtrip transportation to and from your Santorini hotel
Roundtrip transportation between Athens, Mykonos, and Santorini via boat
3- or 4-star overnight hotel accommodation in Mykonos and Santorini
Meals not listed in the Inclusions section
What you can expect
Escape bustling Athens, and explore the hidden charms of Mykonos and Santorini on this 4-day adventure. From sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters to beautiful scenery and vibrant nightlife, Mykonos and Santorini have something for everyone.
Day 1: Athens – Mykonos Your journey to Mykonos begins with a cruise along the Aegean Sea. Soak up the sun, and appreciate the stunning views as you pass the islands of Syros and Tinos. Upon arrival, take the rest of the day for yourself. You can bask in the sunshine at the stunning Kalafati Beach or wander through the streets of Old Town. In the evening, try some ouzo in one of the many chic bars of Little Venice, or enjoy the cosmopolitan nightlife of the island.
Day 2 and 3: Mykonos – Santorini Continue to Santorini, an island of volcanic landscapes, rugged cliffs, and beautiful beaches. Spend your days surrounded by the romance of the island. Work on your tan at one of the many beaches, admire the architecture of the villages, or travel through the mountains to a monastery. As the sun goes down, visit the hilltop village of Oia and watch a beautiful sunset. Or if you’re feeling lively, go to Fira—the island’s capital—for bars and clubs open until the early hours.
Day 4: Santorini – Athens Start your next day on Santorini with free time in the morning, during which you may want to see Fira by day. Stroll the streets, or enjoy a meal in one of the tavernas overlooking the island's volcanic site, before returning back to Athens.