Koufonisia consists of two islands, the Upper and Lower Koufonissi, and belong to the complex of Small East Cyclades separated by a narrow strait of 200 metres. Koufonissia also include Keros island and several smaller islands surrounding the main island. The total area of ​​the islands is 26 sq.km and their population is around 370 inhabitants.

The main and occupation of the residents is fishing which transforms the island into a genuine fishing village, where visitors can enjoy abundant fresh fish and seafood. Arriving on the island, the white windmill stands on the left of the port, while above it is Chora, a model of Cycladic architecture. The beautiful beaches of the islands, almost sandy, complete the enchanting image of Koufonisia.


Koufonisia in spite of being small, offer some of the most beautiful beaches in Greece.

Finikas (a.k.a. Harokopou), is a golden beach with cyan waters mainly preferred by families.
Following is another another beach with similar golden sand and crystal clear waters called Fanos. Northeast of upper Koufonisi is Pori, a big golden beach and also among the most beautiful of the Cyclades ideal for wind surfing. At Koufonisia you will discover a significant number of beautiful beaches for every taste.


Holidays at Koufonissia is considered as “alternative tourism” but there are several bars and cafes where you can enjoy a drink late into the evening. As for the food lovers, they will find a large number of taverns mainly with seafood dishes and other traditional flavors like lamb and Greek cheese.

You can reach Koufonisia from the port of Piraeus, a journey of about 8 hours.

Superior Air offers you this trip in about an hour from Athens. Just contact us for a flight to this wonderful destination.

More information about Koufonisia, Schoinousa and Irakleia: http://www.greecewebtravel.com/small-cyclades-islands.html 


Paros is the favorite destination of many windsurfers as the winds that blow on the island are ideal for the sport and for other any other water sport favored by the wind.

Paros is a destination that has everything a visitor would seek. Contact Superior Air in order to fly you to Paros for an unforgettable vacation!

Paros Island is located in the Aegean Sea and specifically the Cyclades. It is the third largest island of the Cyclades with an area of ​​196 sq.km and has about 20,000 residents.


One of the main attractions of Paros is Panagia Ekatontapyliani in Parikia with great Christian story. The hill of the Castle in Parikia which is the remains of the Venetian castle that was built to protect the city in the 13th century. The Quarries, where the marble excavated was used for the creation of some of the most important works of the Hellenic history as the Venus de Milo, the Hermes of Praxiteles and the temple of Zeus at Olympia. The Archaeological Museum of Paros, the Asklipieion,  Dilion and many more.


With 120 kilometers of coastline, Paros has a large variety of different beaches. Kolimbithres are successive beaches with spherical stones in strange formations. The Gold Coast which is considered to be the most beautiful beach on the island with golden sandy, a paradise for lovers of water sports. Punta with crystal blue waters and a cosmopolitan club that attracts many people for continuous fun under the sun and many other beaches for every taste and age.


Paros Island offers all kinds of entertainment. It is an island with significant nightlife. Punta Beach Club is the main attraction for many young people, as from noon and on, thousands of people meet there in order to dance, drink and and enjoy the sun. Many bars and clubs located in Naoussa and Parikia are always filled with people until dawn. Lovers of gastronomy will find many restaurants and taverns and will be able to enjoy the local dishes and especially the different cheese varieties for which  Paros is famous for.

Helicopter Transfer To Santorini

Santorini (Thera) is one of the most popular destinations, not only in Greece but also throughout Europe. Located in the Aegean Sea, with an area of ​​75 sq. km. and about 15,500 census population. It consists of a cluster of islands which are:  Thirassia, Nea Kameni, Palea Kameni, Aspronisi and Christiana islands.

Santorini is actually the result of the eruption of the volcanic island “Stroggili”  around 1600 and 1640 BC which created the world’s only underwater caldera at the depth of 400 meters. The scenery from the caldera is unique, as one will see the volcano’s crater overlooking the blue sea of the Aegean and the picturesque white houses of the island’s capital, Fira.


The island has a large number of attractions for every traveler. The city of Oia, with its famous sunset, the Museum of Prehistoric Thera in Fira, the ancient settlement of Prehistoric Thera in Akrotiri, the unique caldera in Fira, Panagia Maltesa at Imerovigli, Nea Kameni where you can climb up to the crater of the volcano and many others.


The island offers many types of beaches, each with it’s peculiarity. The White and Red beaches whose names indicate the color of the sand, the beach of Columbo with black pebbles, Perissa which is the most touristic beach on the island, Monolithos with golden fine sand and Kamari that gathers the largest number of tourists along with Perissa.


Santorini offers all forms of entertainment for everyone. Bars, restaurants and clubs to suit every taste. Favorite destination for lovers of food tasting and particularly wine tasting mainly because Santorini is one of the largest vineyards in Greece with 15,000 acres of cultivable land.

Superior Air offers you the opportunity to experience this unique destination by air transfers as well as with sightseeing flights over the Caldera or the entire island with our helicopters. All you have to do is call us and make the dream of visiting Santorini, come true.

Transfer to Santorini Island

We offer affordable helicopter transfer to Santorini. Because helicopter doesn’t require much space to take off or land, this type of transfer is considered to be the most convenient. We suggest booking a helicopter flight over Santorini in advance. Due to service’s popularity among tourists our pilots have very tight schedule. We also ask our clients to tell about possible luggage in advance – knowing the total weight on board is crucial for safety.

A surprise for friends and family

Order a private helicopter to Santorini for yourself or as a present. Enjoy the picturesque landscapes from bird-view and make unique photos. An experienced pilot will instruct you and suggest best angles for photo and video shooting. Whether you fly alone or with company of friends, you are guaranteed unforgettable impressions. Our helicopters can accommodate from 1 to 7 persons. Price for private helicopter over Santorini may vary depending on number of passengers.


Mykonos is an island that combines everything. Nightlife, beautiful beaches, gastronomy, watersports and of course the 15 minutes of fame many people are seeking… This is the reason that makes Mykonos one of the 20 top destinations of the international jet set.

We give you the opportunity to visit the beautiful island of Mykonos, and discover its beauty up close. All you have to do is contact us and book your flight.

Mykonos is located in the Aegean Sea and specifically in the Cyclades. It has a population of about 10,000 residents and an area of ​​86 sq.kil. The reference point of the island is its nightlife which is known worldwide and the reason why the island welcomes more than 2,000,000 tourists every year. In 2012 Mykonos welcomed 700 cruise ships and 1260 direct charter flights.


The island itself is an attraction … The narrow alleys, whitewashed houses, windmills, blue and red domes are trademarks of Mykonos. Beyond this however, there are points that are connected with the history of the island. Some of them are the temple of Paraportiani, the Venetian castle of Gizi, the small church of St. Nicholas of Kadenas dated at 1700 AD, the Neolithic settlement on Ftelia dating back at the 5th millennium BC, the monastery of Panagia Tourliani in Ano Mera with a magnificent carved chancel of the 16th century, the Little Venice and many more.


The island is full of beautiful beaches with crystal clear water. Visitors will need several days in order to visit them all. Super Paradise beach with fine golden sand and also the meeting point of all the clubbers of the island, Platis Gialos, Psarou beach which is the favorite destination for celebrities, Kalo Livadi which is a very long beach with cyan colored water, Paradise, Paranga, Ornos, Elia’s largest sandy beach. The choices are many.


There is virtually no hour in a day where you will not have an option to have fun … Cavo Paradiso has the lion’s share. A consecutively winning club,a meeting place for the best DJs in the world. Countless bars and clubs in the town of Mykonos for every taste and age. Super Paradise beach where in the afternoon it turns into an immense club, restaurants  and taverns, all the above compose a scene that will make visitors feel that Mykonos is actually a paradise of fun.


Patmos is located in the Aegean Sea and specifically in the Dodecanese complex. Its size is 34 sq.km and has approximately 3,000 residents. The island of Patmos is a very important religious destination mainly because of the Cave of the Apocalypse, the monastery of St. John the Theologian, the Monastery of Patmos and the fact that all the religious ceremonies in Patmos are performed unchanged from the 12th century AD. Of course Patmos is not only that…


The Monastery of St. John the Theologian, the Monastery of the Apocalypse including the cave where according to tradition Apostle John received the Revelation, the ruins of the Acropolis in Skala, the site where St. John baptized Christians and residents and many more significant landmarks compose the religious history of Patmos.


The visitors in Patmos will be impressed by its beautiful beaches. Livadi Pothitou is one of the most popular beaches on the island, Meloi beach, ideal for families with young children, Skala, Geranos, a beach of big pebbles, Kampos beach which offers many water sports amenities and many other beaches, each and every one with its own specificity.


Patmos may be considered as a religious destination, which is why Easter in Patmos is a lifetime experience,but you will be amazed when you also experience the island’s nightlife. When the bars at Chora close after midnight, people move to Skala where the fun goes on until dawn … The food lovers will enjoy the local dishes in many restaurants and taverns located in every corner of the island.

Patmos is a destination that combines a beautiful natural environment with mild tourism development. It’s geography offers a number of capes,bays and islets around the island where one can enjoy the crystal clear waters of the island.

As Patmos does not have an airport, the only way to reach the island is from the port of Piraeus, a route of about 10 hours. Superior Air gives you the opportunity to visit Patmos in less than hour and a half from Athens. All you have to do is call us and book your flight!


Folegandros does not have an airport. Access is made from the port of Piraeus. With conventional ships you will arrive in Folegandros after about 11 hours. By Speedboats in about 4 hours. Superior Air gives you the opportunity to visit Folegandros in less than one hour from Athens.

Call us now and let us take you to an exceptional destination for unforgettable holidays.

Folegandros is located in the Aegean Sea, specifically in the southern Cyclades. Its area is 32 sq.kil. and has about 700 residents. This island is a destination which the last 2 decades has witnessed a mild touristic development without affecting the climate of calm and serenity which visitors experience when they arrive. Folegandros lets you indulge in the endless blue of the Aegean Sea, visible from almost every part of the island due to its morphology.


“Chora” is the capital of the island which itself alone is an attraction, as the white cobbled streets, the squares and the view of the castle are a combination that will amaze you. Cars and motorcycles are prohibited. The Castle is an old part of the country, a medieval village that is still inhabited. The Virgin Mary or “Panaghia”, the largest church in Folegandros which is considered to be the hallmark of the island. Karavostasis, the picturesque harbor where visitors can swim or try the fresh fish at one of its many taverns. The paths for which Folegandros is famous. You will find a large number of paths starting from Chora to Ano Meria, Karavostassis and Agios Nikolaos.


Karavostasis is the beach of the port with bars, hotels and taverns throughout its length. Latinaki – Pountaki – Vicenza are ongoing small beaches on the way to the beach of Livadi. Aghali, perhaps the most beautiful beach on the island with crystal clear waters and fine sand. Livadi where the camping site of the island is situated. OF course there are many other beaches on the island that are only accessible by boat.


The style of entertainment in Folegandros is milder than other destinations. In the evening, the squares and streets are filled with people as well as the restaurants and taverns. The bars at Karavostassis is another option for a quiet drink by the sea.


Meteora are situated in central Greece and they are a UNESCO World Heritage Site (http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/455). The geological phenomenon of Meteora is still a puzzle for Greek and foreign geologists. The gigantic towering cliffs, dominating over the town of Kalambaka are a unique phenomenon of beauty and an important monument of Orthodoxy.

Meteora is a truly inspiring and sensational setting of overwhelming rock formations, but one must also be prepared to expect that this trip is much more than merely visiting an exquisite landscape. It is a pilgrimage to a holy place for all Christians around the world. Meteora has become a preservation ark for the 2000-year-old Christian Orthodox creed


Meteora is a cluster of huge rocks, where monasteries are built at the tops of most of them, dating from the 11th century AD. That alone makes Meteora a unique destination in the entire world. Initially there were 30 monasteries but nowadays only 6 are open and allowed to be visited by tourists. Visitors will have the opportunity to walk up to these monasteries and admire the splendor of the place. Monasteries which are operating and accepting visitors are the following: The Holy Monastery of Great Meteoron, the Holy Monastery of Varlaam, the Holy Monastery of Rousanou/St. Barbara, the Holy Monastery of St. Nicholas Anapausas, the Holy Monastery of St. Stephen and the Monastery of the Holy Trinity.


Superior Air gives you the chance to visit Meteora and fly over a true miracle of nature. Call us and book your flight now.

Ancient Olympia

The visit to Olympia is truly a lifetime experience. Superior Air gives you the ability of a quick air transfer in order to discover this magnificent place, that there is no other like it.

Ancient Olympia is located in the western Peloponnese. It is the birthplace of the Olympic Games and one of the most important landmarks of Greece. Dating back to 4,000 B.C. while in the 9th century B.C. already accommodated pilgrims from across the country.

During the 5th century B.C. Olympia’s reputation was so great, that it became the meeting place for politicians, philosophers and artists as they found there a large audience for the dissemination of their ideas. The history of Olympia can not be written in a few lines. Olympia is considered a part of historical importance, not only for Greece but for the entire world’s culture.


The visitors in Olympia will be able to walk around at the birthplace of the Olympic idea. At the exact same spot where even today the ignition of the Olympic flame takes place. In Olympia you will find the Archaeological Museum of Olympia, the ancient site of Olympia, the Temple of Zeus, the Temple of Hera, the parliament and the Prytaneion of Olympia, the Ancient Stadium and the ancient gymnasium, the Museum of History of the Olympic Games, the Museum of modern Olympic Games and the workshop of Phidias. In the wider region you may visit the Temple of Apollo, the Temple of Aphrodite, ancient Ilida and the Chlemoutsi medieval castle.

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