Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. Today, we will either embark on a Mykonos walking tour or complete hotel inspections. Mykonos is a popular and a world-known famous destination, due to its cosmopolitan lifestyle and the variety of visitors from all around the world that it attracts. However, there is much more that this beautiful island has to offer, apart from its nightlife and the popular reflective images of the rich and the famous. Mykonos' traditional way of life is dearly reflected within its city limits, inside which we offer an authentic walking tour throughout some often unappreciated sites by many of its visitors. We offer you an opportunity of a lifetime to experience first-hand the true beauty of the Mykonian town, by walking you through its history and re-living some of its past memories with your guide. Walking down the coastal paved road, you will pass Manto Square, where the famous monument of Manto Mavrogenous stands, a Greek heroine of the Greek War of Independence. Right after you will head down the famous Matogianni area, where you will find clothing and footwear shops of famous fashion brands and you will see attractions such as the 3 Wells, the home of Manto Mavrogenous' mother and the Maritime Museum. From there you will continue your walk, passing the traditional ``Gioras Bakery``, an underground and old wood stove still operating today where you will be treated a traditional bakery's product and refreshment. Head towards Mykonos Windmills. Crossing the narrow winding paths, through the castle of the Chora and the Scarpa area where “Little Venice” is located, you visit the elaborate Church of Panagia Paraportiani, one of the most famous architectural structures in Greece and get to see the Folklore Museum. Finally, we head back to our starting point and pass by the famous Agios Nikolaos Church at the old port. Afterward, we will leave Mykonos and take a boat trip to Santorini (4-hour ride). Upon arrival in Santorini, we will visit different hotels for inspections. Upon arrival in Santorini, transfer to our hotel. We will either start an Island tour or hotel inspections. The tour of the villages starts in the afternoon and the first stop is Messa Gonia. Messa Gonia is a village in the interior of the island 8 km far from Fira at the southeast, on the way to Kamari. The village suffered from the earthquakes of 1956 and was partly abandoned by its residents who settled to Kamari. It is a traditional village, surrounded by vineyards, one of the major wine production center of the island and then we move to Pyrgos. An inland village built on the slope of the mountain Profitis Ilias, Pyrgos is situated 7,5 km far from Fira, at the southeast and has 730 permanent residents. The houses are arranged amphitheatrically surrounding the remains of the Venetian castle (today known as ``kasteli``) offering a magnificent view. Traditional architecture remains of neo-classical mansions, narrow winding paths leading up the hillside, small white houses, galleries, vineyards, churches, breathtaking sunsets ... Pyrgos is truly magical. The tour ends in Oia where you’ll be able to admire the sunset. It is known throughout the world for its quiet life and fantastic sunset, and it’s certainly the most beautiful and picturesque village of Santorini. The village is also situated on top of an impressive cliff and offers a spectacular view over the volcano of Palia and Nea Kameni and the island of Thirassia. Oia is situated on the north of the island, 11 km away from Fira. It is a traditional village with charming houses in narrow streets, blue domed churches, and sun-bathed verandas. Its streets have plenty of tourist shops, taverns, cafés, and other shops.