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Paradise for Sailing
Greece has a coastline of more than 16,500 kilometers the longest of any other Mediterranean country. Half of this length composes the coastline of thousands Greek islands scattered throughout the Greek seas, while the rest extend along the mainland. The main island complexes are the Cyclades, the Dodecanese both located on the Aegean Archipelagos and the Ionian complex on the west side of Greece.
Depending on your expertise and the season you choose to travel you have the option to sail either on calm waters (mainly on the Ionian Sea) or under moderare winds, known as the “Meltemi”, on the Aegean sea. What is certain is that Greek weather has not extreme phenomenon, like tornados or storms.
The Greek seas and beaches are world-famous for their crystal clean and clear waters, as well as for their unique diversity. You will have the opportunity to enjoy all possible shades of blue waters, long white sandy beaches, sheltered bays and coves, as well as dark sand typical of volcanic soil. To be noted that every year hundreds of beaches and marinas in Greece are awarded with the “Blue Flag” by The Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) see more : www.fee-international.org