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45, La Croisette
06 400 Cannes – France

Tel: +33 493 38 22 70
Fax: +33 493 99 25 85


From 9 to 12 am and from 2 to 7 pm UTC/GMT+1



C/Agamenon 17, Es Castell
07720 Menorca – Spain

Tel:  +34 971 35 32 32
Fax: +34 971 35 32 32



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Southeast of mainland Greece at 37 degrees, 0 minutes north latitude and 25 degrees, 10 minutes east longitude are the Cyclades, a part the Aegean archipelago that borders the Sea of Crete. The Cyclades is made up of 220 islands. Twenty-one are considered major islands, including Paros, Syros, Sifnos, Delos, Mykonos and Santorini. Our bases are on Paros, at Paroika Port, and on Syros, at the Foinikas Marina. Paros was originally known for its pure white marble and its well-known windmill at Paroika. There you will find golden beaches, antiquities, historical ruins, and the traditional narrow streets with white washed houses on each side.


The city of Ermoupoli on Syros is the regional capital. A natural amphitheatre also known as the “City of Hermes,” Ermoupoli is known for its shipbuilding, silk trading, and early copper work. There are numerous churches on the island, including in the medieval town of Ano Syros. Early Minoans farmed many of the Cycladic islands. Visit Santorini’s volcanic caldera and the location of the legendary city of Atlantis; on Mykonos you will find vibrant nightlife. Delos is the mythological birthplace of Apollo and Artemis. No matter where you stop in the Cyclades, expect clear blue waters, breathtaking vistas and friendly people.