Sail in south ionian

Sail from Pilos in Navarino bay, Marathos or Kyparissia to all corners of the south ionian sea. This is a place of history, natural beauty, crystal clear seas, peaceful anchorages and islands not yet discovered by the masses.   So, if outdoor adventures are in your blood, read on! Our combination of sea activities will get you thrilled.

Our plans include visiting the uninhabited islands of south ionian sea, like Proti, Sapientza and Strofades. While you are there, you can go trekking on the islands, dive in their crystal clear waters, go fishing (cooking your catch too). Above all, you will have a time to remember for years to come.

You can find a very interesting insight about the Strofades islands at http://olivetreevalley.com/sailing-to-strophades-islands-part-1/. Similarly, a nice reading regarding the Sapientza isle can be found at http://olivetreevalley.com/the-day-of-the-he-goat-at-sapienza-island-part-1/. Both articles are written by Klaudia Delmer

ioniansail activities

Sail from  Pilos, in the Navarino bay,  Marathos or Kyparissia to all corners of south Ionian and beyond. This is the way to see the ionian sea from a different angle. 

Furthermore, visit the undiscovered islands of Strofades (Arpia and Stamfani), Proti and Sapientza.    Get cruising  on a sailing yacht that will take you further away  than you think.

Navarino trekking
Sapientza trekking
trekking on Sapientza
  • Sense the adventure, pick up new skills and unforgettable experiences as you sail along. Watch out for Dolphins and Carreta turtles which are very common here!
  • Navigate, take the wheel, learn how to sail, dive in crystal clear waters, walk on isles with a breathtaking view isles, go fishing and so much more…
helms girl

Learn to sail (or improve your skills) enjoying the beautiful coastline, the islands and interesting havens of the south ionian sea. Go to sea on a sailboat that best suits your needs:

a fast and fully equipped cruiser/racer Beneteau First40.7

a comfortable cruiser Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 393