A day for a relaxed cruise between the peninsula of Kassandra and Sithonia. Experience the impeccable Greek blue and the beauty of Toroneos Bay. Sail the crystal clear sea of ​​the bay enjoying the boat’s facilities. Explore the archipelago of 3 islands – Spalatonisia, visit Toroni where you will have enough time to enjoy the impeccable golden beach. After that you will have lunch on board which is included in the price. Cruise to the very end of the peninsula and enjoy the beauty of Porto Koufo – a deaf port that has hidden many ships in its heart shape. The last and most interesting stop is the mysterious island of Kelfos, where you will have the opportunity to swim on the open sea, jump from points and enjoy the flight of seagulls. Take with you unforgettable memories of the beauties of the Aegean Sea.


8:30 Departure from Kallithea, Kriopigi, Polychrono and Hanioti

9:15 Boarding the ship and departure of the ship from Pefkohori

10:30 First stop at Diamond Beach in Sithonia

11:45 Arrival in Toroni

13:45 Departure from Toroni, cruise through the bay-port of Porto Koufo

15:30 Approaching the island of Kelifos, jumping from a boat, swimming 16:15 Departure to Pefkohori

17:00 Arrival at the port of Pefkohori

Duration: 9 hours

Days: Monday, Friday (with organized transfer)

The price includes:

– Transfer

– boat ticket

– Snack on board (chicken sandwich, croissant and a glass of juice or a glass of wine)

Take with you:

– Swimsuit

– Beach accessory


– For adults 32eur

– For children 16eur

For more information and reservations, contact us:

-mobile phone +30 6993600114 (viber)

-come to our office in Hanioti (working hours 9.30am – 11.30pm, every day)


Monday Toroneos Cruise
Tuesday Athos-Ammouliani island cruise
Wednesday Athos Cruise
Thursday Thessaloniki/Waterland
Friday Toroneos Cruise
Saturday Blue Lagoon Cruise
Sunday /


A lazy day cruise between the peninsula of Kassandra and Sithonia. You are going to experience the spotless Greek blue, discovering the beauty of the Gulf Toroneos. Sailing the crystal-clear water watch out for the dolphins.


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