Relax, explore, visit ancient sacred sites, and share in sacred ceremony on a pilgrimage to magical Greece and the Islands of Tinos, Santorini and Crete!
If you have always wanted to explore the Greek islands and immerse yourself in the history of the Goddess, this trip is for you. Our goal is to relax, explore, visit ancient sites, as well as to share in sacred ceremony, have lots of fun and enjoy the magic and wonder of all that Greece its mythology and the sacred Islands of Tinos, Santorini and Crete.
Greece – a land of myth and mysteries. As we explore we discover and experience the legends of ancient gods and goddesses, heroes and heroines. Visit the sacred sites that honor Greek gods and goddesses, and take a step back in time to relive the ancient mysteries of this sacred land. Blessed with the beautiful gift of the captivating islands of Greece, we enjoy the warm waters of the Mediterranean Sea, the traditional cuisine, the lively and vibrant culture and people on this sacred spiritual pilgrimage.
Each day we will incorporate breath work, meditation, prayers, silence, sacred anointings, etc., at some of the most powerful sacred spots in the world, in alignment with the land and the Goddesses who have been honored at each site.
I invite you to be a part of a special pilgrimage to the heart and spirit of the Goddess, which is alive, awakening and rising forth within and without! Join us as we visit ancient sites to activate the Akashic Records and ignite the divine feminine archetypes within us all.
The Path of the Goddess
Many of you who have traveled with me over the years have asked me, “When are you going to Greece again?” With the rise of the Divine Feminine awakening all over the world and the different archetypal energies of woman being increasingly unveiled, it is now time to explore Greece, look at some of the Goddesses who have epitomized the different qualities of the divine feminine energies for centuries; who have carved out of history the talents, wisdom, abilities, beauty and power of woman, and who deserve to be honored for their examples.
We have a beautiful journey planned for you who have wanted to experience the beauty, culture and magic of these archetypes of the many different aspects of the Divine Feminine and the role Greece has played in honoring the Goddess.
A Magical Sacred Tour of Greece Itinerary:
May 3rd – Monday – Day 1: Athens
We begin our Magical Sacred Tour of Greece as we arrive at the Athens airport and be met by our representative who will transfer you to the hotel. Depending on your arrival time, you may have time to explore this ancient city on your own. Athens is full of myths, mysteries, and legends. Steeped with a rich history that spans around 3,400 years, the city is home of many sacred ancient sites, monuments, and landmarks. A fusion of old and new. This evening we will gather as a group at 6.30pm for a welcome drink and dinner at a local restaurant. Dining on delicious traditional food. Overnight at our hotel in Athens. (D)
May 4th – Tuesday – Day 2: Athens/Acropolis/Parthenon/Agora the Heart of Athens
Today we continue our Magical Sacred Tour of Greece at 10.00 am when we travel the Panathenaic Way, the ancient procession of the goddess, up to the Acropolis. Here, we will visit the magnificent ruins of the Parthenon, visit the Theater of Dionysus, the world’s oldest theater where great plays by Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides were first performed. We then visit the Acropolis Museum, which is home to all the findings and artifacts from this ancient site. The museum itself sits on the archaeological site of Makrygianni and over part of the ruins of Roman and early Byzantine Athens.
We then take a break for lunch on your own either at the museum or a nearby restaurant. After lunch we walk to the Agora, the heart of Athens, historically important, the ancient marketplace where Socrates, Plato and Aristotle strolled, and the traditional morning meeting place for the citizens in Athens. Here the people would discuss politics and philosophy, worship at one of the many altars, visit the Temple of Poseidon, and shop at one of the many markets.
Today it is one of the quietest and most meditative places in Athens, with magnificent views of the Parthenon atop the Acropolis. Overnight at our hotel in Athens. Dinner at a local restaurant. (B,D)
May 5th – Wednesday – Day 3: Athens/Temple of Poseidon God of the Sea
This morning we depart depart to experience the vibrational energy at the magnificent Temple of Poseidon god of the sea. In power, Poseidon was considered second only to Zeus (Jupiter), the supreme god himself. Situated in Sounion over the ruins of a temple dating from the Archaic Period. It stands on a craggy spur that plunges 65m down to the sea. Built in 444 BC – it is constructed of local marble from Agrilesa; its slender columns, of which 16 remain, are Doric. Dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight in Athens. (B,D)
May 6th – Thursday – Day 4: Athens to Delphi
This morning we continue our Magical Sacred Journey of Greece we depart at 9.00am for Delphi. We will stop en route at Eleusis to visit to the , one of the greatest shrines in honor of Demeter and Persephone. Here we will learn about secret rites and initiation ceremonies that honored the wandering Demeter and her daughter Persephone who was held hostage in the underworld by the god Hades.
Their drama was enacted here and witnessed by initiates under a vow of secrecy. Sophocles remarked that “happy is man who has seen the secret rites,” which were intended to reveal the mysteries of rebirth.
May 7th – Friday – Day 5: Athens to Delphi /Olympia/Delphi Museum
Today we depart to experience the Oracle of Delphi, also called the Pythia, or the Sibyl, who uttered prophecies for pilgrims who came to her temple for over twelve hundred years.We will walk from the small town of Delphi and wind our way up the ancient Sacred Way to the home of the Oracle at the Temple of Apollo. Here, we will dwell on the threshold of one of the greatest pilgrimage sites in the world where everyone will have time to approach the temple, in the spirit of the ancient pilgrims who brought their deepest questions here for 1200 years.
We will also experience the healing energies at the, this temple is dedicated to protecting women. We then visit one of the most beautiful stadiums in ancient Greece, and the old theater.
Finally, we will visit the Delphi Museum, which features the original stone omphalos, symbolic of Delphi being the navel of the ancient world, and see the magnificent bronze sculpture of the Charioteer found in a shipwreck in the 19th century.
After lunch, Olympia, a sanctuary of ancient Greece, and home to the Olympic Games of the classical period. Olympia was considered a national shrine for the Greeks and housed many treasures and works of art ranging from temples, monuments, sacred altars, theaters and statues. Upon arrival at our hotel we will settle in and then enjoy dinner in our hotel. Overnight in Olympia. (B,D)
May 8th – Saturday – Day 6: Olympia/Temple of Zeus/Olympics Museum
Today on our Magical Sacred Tour of Greece, we discover the site of the ancient Olympics and spend the day visiting the ancient gymnasium, and the palaestra (wrestling forum). At the Temple of Hera, where the Olympic torch is lit every four years, we will gather for a meditation.
We will then visit the ruins of the Temple of Zeus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and finally enter the excavated stadium, the origin site of all Western athletics. Breaking for lunch on your own, we will dine at a nearby restaurant. After lunch, we walk through an old olive grove for a visit of the Olympics Museum, which features a collection of Olympic torches, medals, and memorabilia of the Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the visionary who revived the Modern Olympic Games in the belief it would revive the spirit of the well-lived life.
In the late afternoon we travel to Nafplion. This evening, stroll through Nafplion on your own. Overnight in Nafplion, dinner in our hotel. (B,D)
May 9th – Sunday – Day 7: Corinth/Athens
May 10th – Monday – Day 8: Athens/Monastery of the Annunciation of Our Lady
Today we will visit one of the most magical sites in Greece the Monastery of the Annunciation of Our Lady, to the mystical . We will view his body, kept as a holy relic which is in a glass casket here we will experience his amazing energy, healing powers along with many vortexes and energetic portals within the reconstructed monestary.
His body was discovered by Makaria Desipri after the information was revealed to her in divinely inspired dreams and as she worked clearing the grounds of this ancient monetary Ephraim spoke with her telling her his life story. St. Ephraim was born on September 14th 1384 in Trikala, Thessalia. His birth name was Konstantinos Morphes. He became a monk, took Ephraim as his monastic name. He moved to lived at the Monastery of the Annunciation of Our Lady on Mount Amomon.
In 1424 the monastery was destroyed by marauding Ottoman Empire troops. Ephraim escaped and lived for another twelve months as a hermit among the ruins of the monastery. In September 1425 he was captured in another Turkish raid. He was held captive and tortured to death on May 5th 1426. A mulberry tree, believed to be that on which the saint was hanged, is today shown as an object of veneration inside the re-erected monastery.
After lunch we will visit the very famous magical Church of Saint George on Lycabettus hill. A place of divine inspiration with spectacular views of Athens. Overnight in Athens, dinner at a local restaurant. (B,D)
May 11th – Tuesday – Day 9: Tinos/Sanctuary of Poseidon
Enchanting yet still unknown to the majority of people, this Cycladic island mostly attracts Greek pilgrims traveling there twice a year, on March 25 and August 15, to visit the church of Panagia Megalochari (the Blessed Virgin Mary). From all over the world, people come here to seek comfort, healing and rejuvenation. It is the most important Orthodox centre of worship in Greece but, in the same time, an important Catholic center; this so rare in Greece mix of religious traditions gives to the island a magical character.
The Sanctuary of Poseidon in Tinos was one of the most important sanctuaries of Poseidon in the ancient times. In fact, Tinos was the only island of the Cyclades that has dedicated an entire temple to Poseidon, the god of sea. Along with him, his wife Amphitrite, was also worshiped.
This island is the homeland of renowned great artists of marble carving such as Gyzis, Lytras, Chalepas, Filippotis and Sochos, who have been the last famous names to have held the baton of the island’s marble-carving tradition. According to the legend, the famous sculptor of the ancient times, Fidias, had taught the secrets of his art to the locals. Their admirable craft is displayed in chapels, fountains, arches and pigeon lofts. In the village of Pýrgos the Marble Art Museum is worth a visit as much as the Gallery of Tinian Artists right next to the church of Virgin Mary. Overnight in Tinos. Dinner in hotel. (B,D)
May 12th/13th – Wednesday/Thursday – Day 10/11: Tinos/Santorini/Palea Kameni
Santorini, like a sparkling jewel in the Agean Sea, with it’s white-washed buildings against the backdrop of cobalt blue sea and famous for it’s black sand beaches – is almost too picture perfect! It’s not hard to understand why so many believe Santorini to be the ancient site of Atlantis. This island is filled with archaeological sites including Akrotiri, Greece’s answer to Pompei, an ancient village that was preserved by lava, now uncovered.
Equally as beautiful is the Volcano of Santorini, the enormous sea filled Crater perched so high above the island that the cruise ships below look like model boats! This is one of the most beautiful places in the world to enjoy the sunset. We will look at mystery of the Minoans and the labyrinth of Knossos Palace.
We enjoy a boat trip to Nea Kameni to visit the active volcano. Then on to Palea Kameni where the thermal springs provide natural heated baths. Overnight in Santorini. Dinner at a local restaurant. (B,D)
May 14th/15th/16th – Friday/Saturday/Sunday – Day 12/13/14: Santorini/Crete
Next on our Magical Sacred Tour of Greece we'll discover Crete and its colorful puzzle of Mythology, History, mountains, gorges and seashores! This huge island is filled with Minoan, Ancient Greek, Roman, Venetian, Byzantine and Islamic sites and ruins.
This island is rich in history and mythology, with plenty of ruins and ancient temples to discover, including Knossos. We will visit the Paliani Monastery, and discover its associations with Aphrodite, goddess of love and beauty. Here, the Kundalini/Shakti energies were revered, making Knossos the latest and most advanced civilization of the Goddess.
We will experience Knossos and the main ceremonial center and palace of King Minos. We'll also visit Gortyn, famous for the “Law Code of Gortyn” a 6th century B.C. tablet of stone built into the wall and much more. Master Hilarion, chohan of the fifth ray is said to be on the etheric plane near Crete.
We also have some special adventures for you on Crete.
Overnight for 2 nights on Crete. (B,D)
On the afternoon of May 16th we will fly from Crete to Athens, transfer to our hotel and enjoy a farewell dinner at a local restaurant.
Overnight in Athens. (B,D)
May 17th – Monday – Day 15: Athens/Home
Today unfortunately, it is time to depart from our new friends and the beauty that is Greece for our flight back home from Athens airport.
A Magical Sacred Tour of Greece Price:
SACRED DESTINATIONS OF GREECE TOUR PRICE INCLUDES:
· 3 night accommodation in the hotel Marriott or similar in Athens on half board
· 1 night accommodation in the hotel Amalia or similar in Delphi on half board
· 1 night accommodation in the hotel Europa or similar in Olympia on half board
· 1 night accommodation in Nafplion in the hotel Amalia on half board
· 2 night accommodation in the hotel Marriott or similar in Athens on half board
· 1 night accommodation in the hotel Tinos Beach or similar in Tinos on half board
· 2 night accommodation in the hotel Santorini Palace or similar in Santorini on half board
· 2 night accommodation in the hotel Galaxy or similar in Herakion Crete on half board
· 1 night accommodation in the hotel Marriott or similar in Athens on half boar (farewell dinner at local restaurant)
· All transfers in Athens (airport-hotel, hotel-port, airport-hotel, hotel-airport)
· All transfers in Tinos (port-hotel-port)
· All transfers in Santorini (port –hotel – port)
· All transfers in Crete (port Heraklion –hotel Heraklion – port Heraklion)
· Highspeed ferry Piraeus-Tinos-Santorini-Heraklion on economy class
· Flight Heraklion-Athens with taxes included.
· Farewell dinner in Athens.
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