Star Clippers adds Milos to Greek Island cruise programme

Sunday, 19 Mar, 2023 0

Star Clippers has added Milos to its Greece programme.

It becomes a Greek Islands post-cruise stay option.

Milos is a volcanic island measuring just 21km in length with more than 40 beaches.

It is located in the southernmost part of the Cyclades Islands chain.

Most hotels and business are small and family-owned.

The 166-guest Star Flyer departs Athens on 1 July 2023 for a seven-night Northern Cyclades sailing.

It visits Kusadasi, Turkiye before the Greek Islands of Patmos, Amorgos, Mykonos and Spetses.

A local ferry will then take guests to Milos for a four-night stay at White Coast Pool Suites.

All rooms feature a private infinity pool.

Fay McCormack, GM of the UK GSA, said: “As a smaller cruise line we want our guests to experience destinations that complement Star Clippers’ character and ethos.”

“Milos is the perfect addition to our programme.”

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