This gay group trip is not based on a strict itinerary, so you’ll have plenty of time to relax and explore Greece with a group like-minded guys. On this trip, you’ll get to explore the benefits of island hopping – including trips to Milos, Mykonos, Santorini – and Athens, on the mainland.
The destinations of the trip won’t change but Greek ferry times might, potentially altering the order of the itinerary.
You will be welcomed at the airport by one of our representatives and transferred to the hotel. It’ll then be time to visit the Acropolis, a shining citadel on a hill containing the Parthenon, truly one of the greatest buildings on earth. You can also visit the Archeology Museum housing some of the wonders of ancient Greece. Then it’ll be time to explore modern Greece including its nightlife.
Time to go island hopping. We’ll begin on Milos, one of the lesser known islands but an irresistible one. Surrounded by stunning beaches, ancient ruins and friendly locals, this is an undiscovered corner of paradise.
Our favourite Greek Mama is a local who will tell us all about her island. We’ll also take you for a tour of the island in an ATV vehicle. You’ll then no doubt be soaking up the sun on the beach.
You’ll arrive at the Thira airport and be transferred to your accommodation overlooking Santorini and the Aegean Sea. As one of the most famous islands in the world, it’s a place of great sophistication and natural beauty; you are going to fall in love with the beaches, sunsets, hot springs and wineries.
There’s no better place to relax, drink and enjoy life than Santorini.
Mykonos is of course famous for its vibrant gay scene and buzzing nightlife. From gay hotels like the Elysium to bars like Jackie O’s, not to mention the gay beach, you’ll have so much to do and see.
This is a great party destination on a serene island surrounded by ruins from the Ancient World. What’s not to like?
To finish off your trip we’ll return to Athens. You’ll have the chance do some shopping, explore museums, the nightlife and cuisine. It’ll then to be time to say farewell, Greece.