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8 days discovering the Greek Cyclades islands by luxury yacht

8 days discovering the Greek Cyclades islands by luxury yacht

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Day 4

Mykonos to Paros

Naoussa, the most picturesque fishing village in the Cyclades

Depart for Naoussa on the nearby island of Paros, approximately two hours sail away. Naoussa is a tiny fishing harbour, packed tightly with traditional fishing boats and surrounded by restaurants and cafes. It is a typical Cycladic scene, with octopuses hanging up to dry, fishermen mending their nets, and all sorts of craft coming and going from the harbour.

You can take lunch on board, or step ashore and try one of the dozens of restaurants gathered around the harbour. In the afternoon, take it easy on board, explore the town, or take the tender to nearby Kolympithres beach.

Naoussa has some excellent clubs and bars, so if you fancy letting your hair down with a night-out, this is a good place to do it.

Picture courtesy of Natalia Bratslavsky/Shutterstock.com

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