After mooring in Athens marina you can look past the Olympic and archaic history of the town, and there lies the buzzing district of Monasitiraki, an old marketplace than offers more than souvenirs and antiques, although those shouldn't be overlooked either. Streaming with historical significance, the market district is full of the remains of ancient times: a fitting scene for an unforgettable selection of clothing and street vendors. This is just something you should be doing once you decided to charter a boat in Athens for your sailing vacation.
Take your time in exploring the criss-crossing maze of small streets and alleyways, and don't forget to save room in your suitcase for Greek beads and collectable treasures. If you're lucky enough to be mooring Athens on a Sunday, add the popular local flea market to your agenda and bargain away for that coveted piece. Oh, of course keep in mind that all of your shopping will be extra bags on your boat!
So are you ready to rent a boat and sail the Greek history? From here you could be chartering a boat to Paros or enjoying any of the wonderful Cyclades sailing destinations and we can guarantee you that to rent a Catamaran, a yatch, a sailboat or a luxury motor yachts from one of our certified Sailogy sailing charter, is what you'd dream for your sailing holiday!