An all new international destination, the Greek Riviera in the Peloponesse & the Saronic islands is undoubtedly the new place to be for international jet-setters, yacht-owners & other seekers of adventure
The whole region of the Greek Riviera has been traditionally aligned with Greek Aristocracy. The islands of Spetses and Hydra where home to some of the most valiant naval commanders of the Greek revolution while in more recent years, the whole area held vital importance in matters of commerce & nautical training.
Konstantinos, the former King of Greece, has found a permanent home at the small fishing village of Porto Cheli, while the Niarchos family, one of the most prestigious shipping magnate houses of Greece still holds it’s summer vacation home at the private island of Spetsopoula.
In recent years, the whole region of Porto Heli, has managed to become established as the no1 vacation home destination for affluent Greeks & foreigners alike, offering tremendus opportunities for investors that know where to look.
Due to it’s close proximity with Athens, the Greek Riviera is often considered an ideal choice for short weekend breaks with an emphasis on party lifestyle, culture and relaxation. The many events that take place at the Saronic Islands, such as the Armata festival, the Spetses Classic Regata as well as the Epidavrous Drama Festival offer fantastic opportunities for holidays all-year round.
In recent years, yachting crowds in Greece have been moving south-west to discover to the calmer waters and new developments of what the local buzz is calling a new Greek Riviera, encompassing Spetses, nearby Hydra and Porto Heli. Whereas the infamous meltemi winds can hamper July and August cruises in the Cyclades, the Greek Riviera has very steady winds, which are predictable and breathe freshness, but also are mild enough that they don’t create anxiety about anchoring and drifting.
Compliment your luxury yachting charter by making arrangements for daily deliveries of precious gourmet products such as premium Ossetra and Baerri caviar varieties, Greek-made bottarga, hand-picked truffles from the mountains of Greece as well as a variety of live lobsters, king crabs and oysters from all over the world.