Five Reasons Why Hydra in Greece Might Just be Your Dream Destination

The Saronic Islands are so beautiful we’re not entirely sure they’re actually real, and Hydra might just be one of the most spectacular of them all. Let’s just say there’s a reason why Hydra has been attracting scores of people to its shores for centuries, including Leonard Cohen and Sophia Loren, and we’d love to show you why on your next MedSailors sailing holiday!

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The Peace and Quiet!

When was the last time you visited somewhere with absolutely no motor vehicles? They may be an everyday part of our modern lives, but the peace and quiet you’ll experience on Hydra might just leave you longing for a time when life seemed simpler somehow.

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There’s another bonus to all this tranquillity: horses and donkeys! Because who doesn’t want to soak in the stunning island scenery on horseback?! But don’t let the serenity fool you: there’s plenty to do!

When you first set foot on Hydra you may feel as though you’ve stepped back in time. The island is as charming as it is peaceful, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t anything to do. You can explore everything from ancient architecture to art galleries and orange groves, but don’t forget about the exciting water sports on offer too!

The Saronic Islands are Inspiring Beyond Belief.

Artists, writers and poets have been drawn to Hydra for centuries, and we’re pretty sure there must be something magical in the waters. Whether you’re a budding artist or just on the lookout for some inspiration for your next move in life, we’re pretty sure you’ll be flooded with ideas after a few hours on this little slice of paradise.

Enjoy the Best Food and Coffee of Your Life!

Start your morning with a beautiful cappuccino and end your day sitting on the beach front with a cocktail or glass of wine in hand, enjoying fresh seafood or comforting casserole dishes made with locally grown ingredients.

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