Discover the beauty of Greece from the AIR and get a unique experience!!
Basically we can start a sightseeing tour from everywhere (where a helicopter is allowed to land) but you need to calculate more costs if we start from other places than our bases due to ferry flights.
We offer standard routes but any individual route and flight time is possible.
Our tours are only private - No shared seats!
Join a fast, relaxing and safe way to travel, far away from road traffic.
You are looking for a convenient way to start into your hollidays or for a business meeting?
Basically we can pick you up / drop off from everywhere (where a helicopter is allowed to land).
Several Hotels have a landing spot and at almost every location we have some basic spots to land.
Airport transfers, Hotel transfers, Transfers between the islands - No Problem! Just ask us.
Enjoy unforgettable moments with an excursion to unique places.
Greece has amazing places to visit but usually they are too far away. With a helicopter you can explore these places fast and without hassles.
Excursions for a full or a half day are easily possible. Enjoy your day on the spot and be back at your Hotel in the evening for a nice dinner.
We offer some standard excursions but any individual routing is possible.
SANTORINI, also called Thera or Thira, lies at the south of the Cyclades group at the heart of the Greek islands. It is the hottest spot in the Cyclades in more ways than one. Born in a massive volcanic eruption, fumes still rise from the active offshore volcano to create the most stunning sunsets in the Mediterranean. Cruise ships arrive in droves to take in this startling island with its romantic views, highly charged air and volcanic nights.
MYKONOS is one of the most famous destinations in Greece and attracts thousands of visitors every year. Mykonos is a small island characterized by its picturesque town and its many beautiful long sandy beaches in crystal waters. The island is mostly known for its exciting nightlife.
There are many places of interest that someone should visit during his stay on Koufonisia, such as the central and the back port, the piscatorial shelter, the carnagio, the windmills and the churches of Agios Georgios, Agios Nikolaos and Profitis Ilias.
The fishermen in their small boats (caiques) is a characteristic picture of the island.
Milos is an island in the Cyclades, shaped by its volcanic past to offer it's visitors incredible beaches and an exotic beauty unlike any other island in Greece.
Let the island quietly seduce you and enjoy the relaxing energy of Milos.
Even though Crete is an island, it feels like mainland. The sheer size often prevents you from discovering incredible places. Below we show you a few places worth seeing.
Falassarna beach (or Falasarna) is located in the western part of the prefecture of Chania, Crete, about 53 km from the city of Chania and 13 km from the town of Kissamos.
Crystal clear waters, aquamarine sea and fine golden sand, are those which characterize Falasarna, which is considered to be one of the best beaches in the prefecture of Chania and all over Crete.
Chrissi Island’s sandy beaches are some of the loveliest in Crete – the name ‘Chrissi’ comes from the Greek word χρυσός, meaning gold, because of the golden colour of the sand. The most famous beach is ‘Golden Beach’ on the north side of the island, facing Ierapetra, and this is the beach that attracts most visitors with its clean turquoise waters. On the eastern part of the beach you can find millions of tiny shells, and rocks with fossils.
Chrissi Island lies 15 km south of the town of Ierapetra (8 nautical miles) in the Libyan Sea.
Its maximum length is 5km, width 1km, and average altitude only 10m (highest spot 31m at Kefala to the east).
The Samariá Gorge is a National Park and a major tourist attraction of the island - and a World's Biosphere Reserve.
The gorge is 16 km long, starting at an altitude of 1,250 m at the northern entrance, and ending at the shores of the Libyan Sea in Agia Roumeli. The village of Samariá lies just inside the gorge.
It was finally abandoned by the last remaining inhabitants in 1962 to make way for the park.
The village and the gorge take their names from the village's ancient church, Óssia María.
A must for visitors to Crete is to complete the walk down the gorge from the Omalos plateau to Agia Roumeli on the Libyan Sea
Elafonisi is an island located close to the southwestern corner of Crete.
The island is a protected nature reserve.
When the weather is fine it is possible to walk to the island through the shallow water.