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Rent a catamaran in Greece and be in for an unforgettable time!
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Lie back in your catamaran’s net while hanging over the Mediterranean, the Aegean or the Ionian Sea, or all three if you feel adventurous!
The catamarans for rent in Greece are perfect for its multihull structure that protects you from the strongest summer winds, but also for its large spaces on board and on deck. Athens is, of course, a brilliant starting point for your nautical holidays and gives you the opportunity to absorb some of the Greek atmospheres before setting sail.
One of the European countries most devoted to the sea is Greece. Not only because its continental territory is practically surrounded by the Aegean Sea and the Ionian Sea, but because it has more than 1,000 islands. It is one of the most important beach destinations in Europe, and it is not for less because of its climate, its diet and its landscape. But this is also a cultural destination due to its historical monuments. If you have decided on the Catamaran rental Greece, this short guide can help you plan your vacation.
The essential visit in Greece is that of the Acropolis of Athens, one of the most important monumental groups in the world. The Greek capital is located next to the port of Piraeus, so access from the sea is very easy. Other interesting cultural visits are those of Rhodes, Delphi or Delos.
One of the most popular island destinations is Crete, which has long white sand beaches and transparent waters. If you are fond of scuba diving, Santorini, in the Cyclades Islands, is one of the best options. It is an island of volcanic origin, so under its waters you will find caves accompanied by a great natural wealth and even wrecks. There are many ports from which you can depart with a rental Catamaran, so sailing is undoubtedly an option to consider.
The thousands of Greek islands and the thousands of kilometers of coast of Greece make their beaches endless. The purest Mediterranean climate invites you to cool off in summer in the crystal clear waters. And the diversity allows the sailor to choose between white sand and rocks and between long and crowded beaches or small coves on uninhabited islands. Below are some of the best beaches in Greece.
Navagio Beach or Shipwreck Beach is on the island of Zakynthos, one of the seven Ionian Islands. It is a small cove surrounded by cliffs in which are the remains of an old freighter stranded in the sand. It is only accessible by sea, so catamaran rental Greece is the best option to meet and enjoy it.
It is considered one of the best beaches in Crete and throughout Greece. The sand in Elafonisi acquires a curious pink hue and its crystalline waters are ideal to cool off in summer.
Located on the island of Kefalonia, in the Ionian Sea, the beach of Myrtos is ideal to observe the immensity of the sea to the horizon. Both experts and tourists consider it one of the best beaches in the world. And it is not for less, because its narrow and narrow strip of white sand seems taken from a story.
It is located on the island of Rhodes and has the perfect Mediterranean beach with transparent waters and rocks and pebbles. It receives the name of Anthony Quinn because scenes from his film The Cannons of Navarone were filmed there.
Balos is formed by a white sand beach and a beautiful clear blue lagoon northwest of the island of Crete. The image seems taken from the Caribbean although it is part of Greece. Its extension and the difficulty to access by land make it ideal to approach by catamaran rental Greece.
The cuisine of Greece is based on the Mediterranean diet, so it is healthy, varied and tasty. Due to its history and geographical location, Greek cuisine is influenced by oriental and western dishes, so it has an exotic touch and uniqueness. Vegetables are the main ingredients, but lamb and fish are also common in coastal areas.
The musaca, composed of layers of meat and baked eggplant, is perhaps the most typical dish of Greek cuisine. The traditional salad of Greece, basic in its diet, is made of tomato, cucumber, onion and feta cheese, and is usually seasoned with olive oil and oregano.
As usual in the Mediterranean, the best time to rent catamarans in Greece is between May and October, when temperatures are higher, it rains less and the wind blows less intensely.
In the months of May, June, September and October the temperatures in Greece usually exceed 20 degrees. In July and August the maximums are above 30º. In winter the climate is moderate and negative temperatures are usually not reached in the islands and coastal areas.
Winter is the rainiest time in Greece. However, in the summer month’s rainfall is practically non-existent, and in the month of July it is very likely that it does not rain even a single day. In the middle of summer there are up to 13 and 14 hours of sun a day; an ideal situation to enjoy the most of the sailing.
Both in the Aegean and the Ionian Sea, the sea temperature usually exceeds 25 degrees in summer and is above 20º during the navigation season. The average temperature of the water in Greece does not usually fall below 15 degrees in the coldest months of winter.
The most characteristic wind in Greece and blowing from the north in the Aegean Sea is the Meltemi. It affects between the months of June and September, and is especially present in July and August, coinciding with the sailing season. It helps to clear the air and refresh the atmosphere. It usually starts in the middle of the afternoon and stops blowing at sunset, but sometimes lasts several days
Sailing by Catamaran rental Greece is one of the best options, due to its thousands of islands and the large stretch of coastline it enjoys. There are lines linking by sea Athens (Piraeus) and other Greek cities with Italy, Turkey, Egypt, Cyprus and Israel. To rent a Catamaran in Greece, in any of its islands or on the continental coast, is to have the best modes of transport to move around the Aegean or the Ionian and not miss anything.