Greek Island Hopping - ALPHA
THIS ITINERARY HAS 7 NIGHT DURATIONS and 10 NIGHT DURATIONS
(please advise your preference when contacting us)
The romance and poetry of the Greek Islands makes them ideal for island hopping holidays, and Transat Holidays’ Hellenic Harmonies island hopping itineraries are designed to allow you the opportunity to experience the very best that Greece has to offer. Hellenic Harmonies are a symphony of fun, sun and a lifetime of memories!
ITINERARY FOR SUNDAY DEPARTURES FROM TORONTO AND MONTREAL
12 DAYS / 10 NIGHTS / 10 MEALS
2 nights in Athens - 4 nights in Mykonos - 4 nights in Santorini
DAILY ITINERARY - SUNDAY DEPARTURES
Day 1: Depart for Athens
Days 2-3: Athens. Transfer to your hotel for 2 nights in Athens (B)
Days 4-7: Athens - Mykonos. Transfer by high speed/ferry for 4 nights in Mykonos (B)
Days 8-11: Mykonos - Santorini. Transfer by high speed/ferry for 4 nights in Santorini (B)
Day 12: Santorini - Athens - Canada (B). Transfer by air to the Athens airport for your return flight to Canada
Other departure days available each week. Please inquire
ACCOMMODATION (or similar)
• ATHENS : Polis Grand Hotel 4* (Breakfast)
• MYKONOS : Yiannaki 4* (Breakfast)
• SANTORINI : Astir of Thera 3* (Breakfast)
• ATHENS : Amalia Hotel 4* (Breakfast)
• MYKONOS : Porto Mykonos 4* (Breakfast)
• SANTORINI : El Greco 4* (Breakfast)
• ATHENS : Electra Palace 5* (Breakfast)
• MYKONOS : Royal Myconian Resort & Villas 5* (Breakfast)
• SANTORINI : Santorini Palace 4* (Breakfast)
• Roundtrip flight in Economy Class
• Roundtrip transfers between the airport and the hotel and boat on tour dates
• Accommodation in air-conditioned double occupancy (standard room) with private facilities in hotel
• High speed/ferry transfer : option 1&2 = economy class, option 3 = business class
• Hotel taxes and services charges
• Baggage handling
• All drinks and wine
• Meals other than those detailed
• Optional tours
• Fees for visa if required
• Book it fast, the seats are limited.
• Travellers should always cover their shoulders and legs when visiting religious sites.
• In Europe, hotel rooms are generally smaller than in North America. There are rarely two double beds in a room. Triple rooms usually feature one double bed and one single bed or three single beds or one double bed and one foldaway bed or two single beds and one foldaway bed.
• Some types of sports equipment, including golf bags, etc., are not accepted in the rooms. They have to be kept in a specific area, which is usually locked.
• All hotels provide towels; some do not offer face cloths.
• In most European countries the voltage is 220V.
• This information is subject to change.
*Sunday departures are available from May 28 to October 8, 2017.
Other departure days available. Please inquire