Religion and farming have long been the life-blood of Greek islanders. This tour shows you both with a visit to the monastery of Panagia Tourliani and then our Mykonian farm experience.
Everybody loves getting their hands into bread dough. If you’ve never made bread then a Greek farm, is a wonderful place to start.
Everywhere you go in Greece we have olive oil running through our veins. Homer called it ‘Liquid Gold’ and Hippocrates, the father of medicine, called it ‘the great healer’. This is your chance to smell it, taste it, and hear about its history.
A perfect half-day trip for families, this tour gives you the chance to experience the traditional island farming culture of the Cyclades – you can even get your hands dirty in the garden or with the animals.
An opportunity to enjoy a farmhouse lunch or supper of traditional Cretan fayre. It’s a set tasting menu served with plenty of local wine along with a large dash of culture.
It’s always nice to watch experts cook and talk about food whilst you sit back with a glass of wine in your hand. It’s a culinary masterclass.
The opportunity to get hands-on with the pots and pans and chopping boards, and cook your own meal.
A slightly lower-level tasting of 4 Greek wines with accompanying snacks, still in Stathis’ safe hands
A tour to Mykonian Spiti, a farm dedicated to keeping the island’s traditions alive, to taste 6 of the of the very best wines from around Greece hosted by cult sommelier Stathis Pasoglou. It’s unique.
We’re talking one of the most revered islands in ancient Greek history, so important to the national culture that nobody is allowed to live there apart from a handful of wardens. You can still visit though, and it’s a cultural delight.
A short cruise from Mykonos is an island with a very different spiritual feel, Tinos. It’s probably three times the size of Mykonos but nowhere near so well known. It’s a great place for some time away from the party vibe.
A chance to get off the beaten track and explore the corners of the island most tourists never reach. It’s a good mixture of the ancient, the modern and the traditional.
Mykonos is not as big as some Greek islands which means it’s possible to see all the major places of interest in half a day. Windmills, pelicans and monasteries are only some of the things on the agenda.
There are many Greek legends and one of them is about the beaches on Mykonos. This cruise proves that the stories are not a myth – in all we’ll show you five of them!
A tour that combines a guided tour of the history of Rhodes town and the ancient city of LIndos – a culture vulture’s delight.
A coach tour that starts with Rhodes Town old and new, takes in the valley of the butterflies and then ends with a guided tour of the ancient ruins of the Temple of Athena.
Santorini and Crete are inextricably linked, the Theran volcanic eruption on the former wiping out the Minoan civilisation on the latter and creating the myth of Atlantis. The day starts at 5.00 am and ends at 9.00 pm – if you’ve never been to Santorini it’s worth every second.
Every year the Balos Lagoon lists in the ‘Top 10 Beaches in the World’. Need we say more – other than the fact this tour also involves a couple of boat trips and some stupendous scenery?
Head for the hills and the natural beauty and wildlife of Crete at over 1,300m as we take you off the beaten track to the back of beyond and places most tourists only dream about in off-road vehicles.