Experience Splendour of Greece through the Eyes of Luscious Lavrion

Whether it is Lavrio, Laurium, or Lavrion, whatever you call, it means the same place in Attica overlooking the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Situated in the South-Eastern tip of Greece, Lavrion once held the top position for silver mining in Greece.

The mining is a thing of the past but, exploring the nearby beauty and the ones that surround this town can be made through a boat charter in Lavrion. However, one can find the historical importance of its mining in the town’s Mineralogical Museum.

Where can one travel to? Know your Exploring Points!  

With a boat at the expense, one can travel to the following destinations when at Lavrion:

  1. Amorgos

Amorgos, a small island located close to Lavrion offers several destinations one can see. Creating a stark contrast owing to its white toned village houses touched with a hint of blue, the place sure proves to be a tranquil spot to explore!  


Chora and Tholaria the villages present here are elegant showcasing the traditional beauty of this place. The lofty windmills surrounding these villages provide an additional perk to its entire architecture!

The monastery of Hozoviotissa, built in the 11th century provides for a superb viewing point for the Mediterranean. Along with this, the Venetian Castle and the beaches of Mouros, Agia Anna, and Agios Pavlos also make it one of the destinations to visit while in Lavrion.

  1. Folegandros

A boat charter in Lavrion can take one to Folegandros boanown as ‘Greece’s most beautiful undiscovered island’. It presents it a most tempting village – Chora; it sits about 656 feet above sea level and has establishments that date back 1000 years.


Chora proves a stand-out place as it has an abundant number of beaches surrounding its entire space. Some of these include Agios Georgios, Vardia, Vathi Bay, Agali, and Karavostasi.

  1. Mykonos

Embarking in Lavrion, the tourists can enjoy Mykonos by yacht, another island located close by having numerous windmills located all through.  The monastery of Panayia Tourliani and Church of Paraportiani, two ancient establishments also make for an exclusive attraction.


Beaches like Elia, Kalo Livadi, Kalafatis, Platys Gialos, and Ornos are other fascinations that allure tourists providing them a relaxing time!

Related: Mykonos day yacht charter

  1. Paros

Sailors enjoying boat charter in Paros through Lavrion will get to experience the natural beauty of the historical Parikia town, Panayia Ekatondapiliani Cathedral, Lefkes. Horseback riding tours are also one of the attractions here in Thanasis farm.


The Monastery of Agios Antonios located atop overlooks the entire island. Water sports such as kite-surfing, kayaking, canoeing, jet-skiing, scuba diving, and wind-surfing are available in its beaches Pounda and Golden.

Lavrion it is! 

Tourists can various options while taking a boat charter in Lavrion. Yachts, catamarans, and sailboats are some of the widely popular boats here. Moreover, a crewed or bareboat one gives tourists the option to hire a boat with an all-purpose crew or drive it around by themselves respectively.

So, make sure to visit this wondrous place this 2021 with your loved ones to enjoy a refreshing break from mundane life!



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