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What better way to enjoy your naturist vacations than on board a sailing yacht? Are you dreaming of some secluded coves where your kids can safely enjoy some water sports action while you enjoy some sun-bathing on deck with family and friends? And later in the afternoon would you like maybe to visit some naturist beach so that you can socialize with other naturist families? Our sailing yacht KATRINA can offer you all that and much more (for details on the accomodation visit http://uniek-vakanties.eu/en/sailing-yacht/katrina-en.html )

 

This coming summer we offer you the Sporades experience. Sporades is a cluster of islands in the north Aegean sea in Greece. It comprises four main islands Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonissos, Skyros and many smaller ones. All three main islands are very green with lush pine forests and numerous picturesque coves with crystal-clear azure waters.

 

Our trip will start at Skiathos, the most cosmopolitan among the sporades islands and the island where the movie “Mamma Mia” was shot. Despite the rapid growth in tourism here in recent decades, the island is still picturesque and unspoilt and blessed with more than 60 beautifully clean beaches. The most famous is Koukounaries, which has been declared the third most beautiful beach in the Mediterranean. When you add in the island's bustling nightlife, it is only natural that Skiathos attracts thousands of young visitors every year. If, on the other hand, you are litterature inclined, you will have the chance to visit the house where Alexandros Papadiamantis, one of leading Greek prose writers, has grown up.

 

Our next stop will be Skopelos. The island's geology has produced both sandy beaches such as the long strand at Kastani and pebble such as Panormos, although even the pebble beaches quickly shelve into sand. The waters of its estimated sixty-seven miles of beaches, some of which are only accessible by boat, with dense forest rising above low white limestone cliffs, have earned it the nickname of the “green on blue” island. Its many bays, coves and open-sea beaches attract swimmers, divers and sailors, aboard both modest and opulent craft, throughout the season and some hardy islander even swim daily year-round. On the south-east side of the island we will encounter Velanio beach, an officially recognised nudist beach that attracts a swarm of nudists from all over the world each year.

 

Our last stop will be Alonissos, one of the six ecological islands of Europe! There we will have the opportunity to organize a photo-safari hunt for monachus-monachus, the Mediterranean seal numbering only around 500seals live in the Mediterranean and the coasts of the North Atlantic, but their largest population lives in the National Marine Park of Alonnisos. On Alonissos island we will also have the chance to render an educational visit to the Rehabilitation Center for young orphaned or wounded seals. In the area of the park, one can also see the Wild Goat of Gioura , Eleonora’s falcon and Aegean seagulls, and marvel at the red Corraliumrubrum coral and the Poseidonia underwater meadows of great importance. Dolphins play with the waves and accompany sea travelers on many occasions. For further information on the Marine Park visit the page http://uniek-vakanties.eu/en/expeditions/alonissos-marine-park.html .

 

In summary, the Sporades project is a cognitively rich, water sports action packed, sailing expedition where you will have the chance to encounter rare wild-life, to learn more about monachus-monachus and its habitat, to consume your kids' excessive energy with a lot of water sports action, to meet naturists from all over the world, to marvel wonderful sunsets from the deck while sipping some fruit juice, to enjoy a bustling night-life if you are so inclined. It's a unique vacation experience that only “Uniek Vakanties” ( http://uniek-vakanties.eu/en/ ) can offer you


Article Tags: #Seal #wildlife #greece #naturist sailing cruise #water sports #Mediterranean seal #Greek islands #Marine Park
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