GRAMVOUSA ISLAND

At the end of the Middle Ages, a powerful centre of piracy emerged in the Mediterranean basin, which for 3 centuries tormented the Mediterranean navigation and trade; sea robbers attacked the southern coasts of Spain, Italy and France, and they did not "pass" their attention to the island of Crete.
The Venetian fortress on the island of Grambousa keeps many secrets and treasures in its depths. Gramvousa is where the three seas meet: the Aegean, the Libyan and the Ionian. The crystal clear waters of the lagoon, the turquoise colour and the white sand, have made it a unique and one of the most beautiful places in the world.
At Ballos Bay the ship will leave you on the pristine, wild beaches where the famous yacht Britannia once anchored and Princess Diana and Prince Charles spent their honeymoon.
At the end of the Middle Ages, a powerful centre of piracy emerged in the Mediterranean basin, which for 3 centuries tormented the Mediterranean navigation and trade; sea robbers attacked the southern coasts of Spain, Italy and France, and they did not "pass" their attention to the island of Crete.
The Venetian fortress on the island of Grambousa keeps many secrets and treasures in its depths. Gramvousa is where the three seas meet: the Aegean, the Libyan and the Ionian. The crystal clear waters of the lagoon, the turquoise colour and the white sand, have made it a unique and one of the most beautiful places in the world.
At Ballos Bay the ship will leave you on the pristine, wild beaches where the famous yacht Britannia once anchored and Princess Diana and Prince Charles spent their honeymoon.
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