Iconic Aegean – 3 Nights

Three-night cruise with Celestyal Cruises

Lavrion – Mykonos – Kusadasi – Patmos – Crete (Heraklion) – Santorini

From 629€ per person!

This may be a short cruise but you will be amazed at just how much we see. Mykonos and its famous windmills, Kusadasi in Turkey, the stopping off point for Ephesus, the site of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the fabulous Greek islands of Patmos, Crete and Santorini. Your voyage around the beautiful Aegean may seem like a dream by the time you return.


Day 1: Lavrion (Athens)/Mykonos – Aboard the Celestyal Olympia and set sail for our first destination, the beautiful island of Mykonos, also known as the Island of the Winds. Take an evening stroll through the atmospheric Old Town with its immaculate whitewashed houses, winding alleys, lovely little churches and delightful restaurants at the water’s edge. You will undoubtedly recognise the picture postcard white windmills sitting side by side, overlooking the sea.

Day 2: Kusadasi/Patmos – We arrive in the colourful Turkish beach town of Kusadasi in the morning. This is the coastal gateway to the Hellenistic ruins of Ephesus, famed for one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Temple of Artemis. A complimentary excursion is included to this iconic site, one of the undoubted highlights of our journey. Patmos, one of northernmost islands in the Dodecanese and one of all the smallest has a charm all its own. It is famous for being the supposed location of the vision to John the Baptist in the Book of Revelations and where it was written. Most scholars say this was probably someone else, but why spoil such a good story?

Day 3: Crete (Heraklion)/Santorini – Welcome to Crete, Greece’s largest island, a place of mystery, myths and legends. There’s the chance to take in the bustling city of Heraklion and some of Crete’s extraordinary archaeology and history. You can also learn more of the art and creativity of the Minoans. We have included a complimentary visit to the Palace of Knossos, once the home of Europe’s oldest civilisation and the setting for the legend of Greek hero Theseus and the Minotaur. Our odyssey continues as we spend an evening in Santorini, whose stunning face is instantly recognisable across the world. We’re sure she will take your breath away, with her soaring landscapes, clusters of whitewashed houses in the capital Fira, and of course the iconic blue-domed church at Oia. Don’t forget to try one of the many restaurants jostling for position at the edge of the caldera.

Day 4: Lavrion (Athens) – We return to the capital after a whirlwind few days of adventure and discovery.

For more information on the available optional excursions, please contact TRAVELERS CLUB.

What’s included:

  • Onboard Dining
  • Unlimited Classic Drinks
  • 75% discount on excursions
  • Entertainment Onboard
  • Gratuities

Included  75% discount on excursions!

Upgrade your package for €150 to include: Premium drinks package, €75 extra discount on pre-paid tours, free WiFi access, discount in themed restaurants!

Voyage highlights :

Embark on a fascinating journey as you glide through emerald waters to unravel the mystery of history, take in breathtaking landscapes and discover iconic landmarks.

3rd and 4th adult in the same cabin pay 249 € / person.
Children 2 to 11 years old pay 189 € in a cabin with 2 adults.
Infants up to 2yrs old pay 129 € in a cabin with 2 adults.

Fare based on stateroom category IA, subject to availability. Fares for other dates may vary. Taxes, Fees and Port charges are included in the fare reflected.


Friday: Lavrion (Athens, Greece), Embarkation -13:00.
Friday: Mykonos* (Greece), 18:00 – 23:00.
Saturday: Kusadasi (Turkey), 07:00 – 13:00.
Saturday: Patmos* (Greece), 16:30 – 21:30.
Sunday: Crete – Heraklion (Greece), 07:00 – 12:00.
Sunday: Santorini* (Greece), 16:30 – 21:30.
Monday: Lavrion (Athens, Greece), 06:00 – Disembarkation.

* Tendering weather permitting.

Celestyal Cruises 2021/2022 Brochure - Greek - EUROS

Date availability

2024 sailing dates:
March 22, 29 (without Heraklion)
April 5, 12, 19, 26
May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
June 7, 14, 21, 28
July 5, 12, 19, 26
August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
September 6, 13, 20, 27
October 4, 11, 18, 25
November 1, 8 (without Heraklion).

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