Treasures of the Greek isles

7 day cruise Athens to Athens

  • Treasures of the Greek isles & Turkey
    Windstar cruises
  • Treasures of the Greek isles & Turkey
    Nafplion Peloponnese
  • Treasures of the Greek isles & Turkey
    Mykonos Small Venice
  • Treasures of the Greek isles & Turkey
    Mykonos Windmill
  • Treasures of the Greek isles & Turkey
    Kusadasi, Ephesus Turkey
  • Treasures of the Greek isles & Turkey
    Patmos island, Greece
  • Treasures of the Greek isles & Turkey
    Santorini Caldera Oia
  • Treasures of the Greek isles & Turkey
    Santorini island, Volcano
  • Treasures of the Greek isles & Turkey
    Athens Acropolis hill


Discover the magic and mythology of the Greek Isles – one of the most storied regions of the world. Sail across the azure waters of the Aegean Sea visiting the small hidden ports of Nafplio, Monemvasia, and Patmos and the legendary islands of Santorini and Mykonos. Windstar brings you closer to unique island cultures, ancient treasures, and the breathtaking beaches of Greece. Your vacation includes visits to nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a complimentary local Destination Discovery Event featuring dinner in the ancient city of Ephesus.

Cruise is available at the below dates for 2024  on board the WIND STAR & star marked on board the WIND SPIRIT :

Athens, Mykonos, Kusadasi (Turkey), Patmos, Santorini, Monemvasia, Nafplio, Athens

May: 04, 11, 12*, 18,  19*, 25, 26*
June: 01, 02*, 08, 09*, 15, 16*, 22, 23*, 29, 30*
July: 06, 13, 20, 27
August: 03, 10, 17, 24, 31
September: 01*, 07, 08*, 14, 15*, 21, 22*, 28, 29*
October: 05*, 06*, 13*

Wind Star is a sleek, 4-masted sailing ship accommodating 148 guests. With four decks and a gross tonnage of 5,307, Wind Star feels like your own private small ship.
Wind Star features wide open, teak decks—quite unusual for small ships. Guests will find hidden nooks for private moments giving them a feeling of being on their own private veranda.
All staterooms have ocean views, queen beds, flat-screen TV with DVD player, and Bose SoundDock speakers for Apple iPods. The Owner’s Suite includes a sitting area.
Wind Star offers two primary dining venues. Amphora restaurant offers gourmet, course-by-course cuisine in the evenings and Veranda restaurant offers casual buffet and full-service dining for breakfast and lunch. All dining is open seating. And, for dining under the stars, make a reservation for Candles which features steaks and skewers.
Wind Star amenities include: WindSpa, Watersports Platform, Lounge, Library, Pool, and Hot Tub.

All Accommodations Feature

Queen Size Bed with Luxurious LinensWaffle Weave Robe and SlippersFlat Screen TV with DVD PlayerFully Stocked Mini Bar/RefrigeratorSafeDirect Dial PhoneL'Occitane Bath AmenitiesFresh FlowersFresh FruitHair Dryers and 110/220 outletsWi-Fi (internet cards can be purchased at reception)Mirrored closet with ample drawer spaceBathroom with granite countertop and showerGranite vanity with magnifying mirror and chair

Yacht Facts

  • CAPACITY: 148 Guests
  • STATEROOMS: 73 deluxe ocean view staterooms
  • OWNERS SUITE: 1 ocean view owner’s suite
  • DECKS: 4 decks
  • CREW: 101 international staff
  • SHIP'S REGISTRY: Bahamas
  • LENGTH: 360 feet (110 meters) at waterline; 440 feet (134 meters) including bowsprit
  • DRAFT: 14 feet (4.1 meters)
  • TONNAGE: 5,307 gross registered tons (grt)
  • BEAM: 52.1 feet (15.8 meters)
  • SAILS: 6 triangular, self-furling, computer-operated sails with 21,500 square feet (or 2,200 square meters) of Dacron surface area
  • MASTS: 4 at 204 feet (62 meters)
  • ENGINES: 3 diesel electric generating sets, 1 electrical propulsion motor
  • SPEED: 10 knots with engines only; up to 15.8 knots with prevailing wind



Saturday Athens - Piraeus(Greece) --- 17:00
Sunday Mykonos (Greece) 08:00 18:00
Monday Kusadasi (Turkey) 07:00 23:00
Tuesday Patmos(Greece) 08:00 18:00
Wednesday Santorini(Greece) 08:00 21:00
Thursday Monemvasia(Greece) 12:00 18:00
Friday Nafplio (Greece) 07:00 17:00
Saturday Athens - Piraeus(Greece) 07:00 ---

Optional Tours

Half-Day (Afternoon)
From Nov 1 to Mar 31 - Every Mon-Wed-Fri & Sat
From Apr 1st to Oct 31st - Daily
Dep.: 3:00pm – Ret.: 7:00pm

Driving along the coastal road past the wonderful beaches of GLYFADA, VOULIAGMENI, VARKIZA and countless coves, one has a splendid view of the Saronic Gulf. A crowning feature of the tour Cape SOUNION, dominated by the spectacular Temple of POSSEIDON overlooking the Aegean sea.(Oct 1 to Mar 31 - ½ hour earlier)

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays
09:30 - 13:45

Mykonos - Labyrinth and Landscape... A pearl in the Aegean Sea - blue sky, beautiful snow- white houses, lovely beaches everywhere...
Starting the City-and Island tour by walking the small and narrow streets, we have many possibilities to take nice photographs in the early morning, quiet city.
We get orientation and information in the labyrinth of the old town as well as impressions of the small port and the churches in town. Of course we will see the famous wind-mills and find Petros The Pelecan, the mascot of Mykonos.
After this we are exploring the island with a bus, visiting some of the most famous beaches and the inner land- scape. We see fishermen and kaikis, small private chapels and houses built in typical cycladic style.
In the second main village of Mykonos, Ano Mera, an idyllic place 6km from town, where the guests have enough free time for a stroll around the traditional square and they can visit the monk monastery Panagia Tourliani built in the 16th century.
Next stop is Kalafatis beach were there is time to relax a little and have a coffee or a refreshment (not included in the price), before going back to town and to reach a place with a fantastic view all over the town and neigh- bour islands.
A Half-Day-Trip with a lot of impressions and useful information!
Explore Santorini with a 4 hour tour of the island (with experienced English speaking driver).
Visually, Santorini is the most spectacular of the isles in the Cyclades. With its brilliant flooded caldera, high cliffs and charming villages, it is the Greek Isle of everyone’s dreams. Our tour will take us to Santorini’s highest peak, crowned by the Mount Profitis Ilias Monastery. At 883 feet, Mt. Profitis Ilias rugged landscape is largely composed of volcanic rocks as a result of hundreds of eruptions during the last two million years, some of them being large caldera-forming events. Here, in this remote spot, we’ll have an ideal photo opportunity to capture the beauty of this ancient island.

We’ll discover the village of Pyrgos, which was the capital of Santorini until 1800. Here we’ll be able to admire the beautiful old houses and the Venetian Fortress crowned by several churches.
Our half-day tour then takes us to one of the island’s most famous traditional wineries. Viniculture is an ancient art in Santorini, and the fact that vines thrive at all is amazing considering the fact that the island has limited water resources. But the volcanic soil is an excellent medium for producing grapes, especially the Assyrtiko grape – a rare, white variety.
After our visit, we’ll drive through the countryside to visit Oia. This traditional Greek village of whitewashed cubes is perched impossibly high on cliffs at the north west tip of the island. Here, take in the stunning views of the island from one of the charming cafés or stroll above the rooftops of the homes carved into the cliffs and gaze into the deep blue waters of the caldera far below.

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