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An honored site, the Myconian Korali enjoys some of the most symbolic views of the island, looking over the old port of Alefkandra and the 16th century windmills that sit on the edge of the town of Mykonos. Even if only for this spectacular panorama, prepare yourself for some unforgettable moments!
« Depart from our private lauch for an idyllic day at sea. Discover the secret coves of Mykonos and neighbouring islets such as the deserted Dragonisi or Rhenia. Savour a gourmet lunch prepared by our 5-star chef and served al freso par excellence. Then cruise into the afternoon, swimming off the boat, indulging in a sun-kissed siesta, enjoying sundowners while surrounded by a sensational blazing sunset, and return to glittering lights of Mykonos at dusk. »
« Travel light and let your senses soar as you experience the Cyclades like a bird, flying over the rugged beauty of Mykonos, the pristine shores of neighbouring desert islands, surveying the incomparable mystique of Delos and its wealth of petrified historical heritage from the air. Fly further afield to explore the volcanic allure of Santorini, peering into its flooded cauldron and circumventing its dramatic landscape. It’s a unique way of being in the scenery. »
« It is a form of uniquely Myconian magic that one moment, you are immersed in quintessential 21st Century entertainment, and the next, you can find yourself transported back thousands of years, in the otherworldly quietude of one of the Med’s most important mythologial and historical sites, admiring the archaeological treasures of this once sacred island. Our local roots afford us preferred access and exceptional guides who can take you on a private tour that brings the past to life. »