BUNGEE JUMPING from Corinth Canal IS OPTIONAL!!!!
OPTIONAL One day cruise to the Saronic islands Hydra, Aigina, Poros (departure from the hotel 7.30am private bus will take delegates to Marina Kallitheas, arrival at Marina Kallitheas-around 19.30pm – lunch is included)
75 Euros with transfers from/to Amarilia hotel for non Greek delegates
65 Euros with transfers to from/to Amarilia hotel for Greek delegates
55 Euros with no transfers for Greek delegates
PLEASE PAY VIA THE FOLLOWING LINK
Delegates have to choose payment for Hop in Sightseeing through Piraeus bank system and Greeks should have Greek IDs to qualify for the special discount.
Aegina is the island of the pistachio nuts. They are called in Greek: “Fistikia”. The island of Aegina is one of the most popular tourist destinations as it is the closest island to Athens (only 16.5 nautical miles from the port of Piraeus). The capital of the island, stands out for its well-preserved buildings. (http://www.visitgreece.gr/en/greek_islands/argosaronic_islands/discovering_aegina)
Hydra is the most impressive island in the Argo Saronic Gulf. Due to its close distance to Athens, it gets very popular as a summer weekend destination. The town is constructed on the slopes of a hill around a port and impresses visitors at first sight with the elegant stone mansions. The special thing about Hydra island is that cars and motor vehicles are prohibited in the island so transportation takes place on foot, by boat of riding the donkey
A small island of the Saronic Gulf, Poros is a relaxing place for family vacations. As it is only an hour ferry ride from Athens, Poros island is a popular weekend destination in summer. The Town, constructed on the slopes of a hill, is the center of most activities on the island (https://www.greeka.com/saronic/poros/)