Rating in Greece
$ 689

Self-Guided Naxos and Santorini WSNS

Self-guided trekking+walking
Self-guided trekking+walking
min $ 689
Per person
Tour details
Destinations: Santorini, Naxos
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 689
Duration: 8 days
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Greek Island Walking
Discover two beautiful islands of the Cyclades - Santorini and Naxos - on this self-guided walking holiday. Santorini, a volcanic island shaped by a dramatic eruption thousands of years ago, is known for its whitewashed houses and black beaches. Naxos is an island of contrasts with some lively resorts co-existing with very traditional rural areas. Exploring on foot takes you to the heart of both of these islands.

Please note: This itinerary can also be done in reverse if this better suits your flight times.
Tour Highlights
Explore two contrasting Cyclades islands - Naxos and Santorini
Santorini - Stunning volcanic scenery and pretty villages with white washed houses
Naxos - Panaramic views from Mount Zas (Mount Zeus), the highest peak in the Cyclades
Thira - Learn the history of Santorini's volcanic past
Ancient paths - Follow historic routes across these picturesque islands
Itinerary

1 Arrival on Santorini. Ferry to Naxos
2 Walk on ancient paths from Chalki to Melanes
3 Hike to the summit of Mount Zas (Mount Zeus)
4 Explore Naxos town. Take ferry to Santorini
5 Walk to ancient Thirakrotiri
6 Explore Fira. Follow mule path along cliffs to Oia
7 Around Akrotiri
8 Trip ends Santorini
All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of Explore
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