INTERESTING TO KNOW:
Would you like to explore the hidden wild beauty of Crete? Would you like to spend a relaxing day on a private beach? Then this is the destination you are looking for… The journey starts from the Venetian Harbor at 10.00 a.m. On a daily basis. After the welcome from Seastar Team at «Cigala –Bertinetti Yaght», you are ready to depart and travel by 35 knots velocity.
In a very short period of time (approximately 30 minutes), you will have reached your destination, the unique in wild beauty, peninsula biotope of Rodopou. Its natural beauty is combined with the diversity and rarity of plants and animals, a unique minority only found in this small part of the world. The peninsula consists of sea cliffs and rocks where venturous birds nest, as the hieraaetus and the falco peregrines.Τhe private bays with the crystal clear water will definitely charm you.
At the northern end of peninsula is the biggest bay, called «Menies». There you will have the opportunity to visit the ancient city of «Diktyna», where you can find the remains of an old temple, columns and ancient baths. A member of the crew will inform you about the history of the place.
Moreover you can enjoy your swimming bath at crystal clear bluish – green seawater of bay, you may walk at the beach or relax at the sun beds of the yacht. If you wish, you can also visit several private bays cut from the tourist road where you will enjoy your privacy.
At the end of the trip and during our return, you are going to visit the island Theodorou. There, you will discover the wreck of German airplane (Junker 52) shot down during the World War II, which lays only 5m beneath the surface.
Enjoy your journey!
Maximum passengers: 10 people
Time of departure : 10:00 am
Time of return : 17:00 pm
- Destination : Menies Bay –Choironisia Bay
- Boat type : Yacht Cigala 45ft
- Boat Location : Chania Venetian harbour
- Departure from: Chania harbor
April to October
light lunch, soft drinks, beers, water and one bottle of wine
Skipper & Steward
Language: English, German and Greek