Delos, a small island in the Cyclades archipelago of Greece, holds immense historical and archaeological significance. Regarded as the mythical birthplace of Apollo and Artemis, it was a major religious center in ancient Greece. The island flourished as a bustling commercial hub due to its strategic location, with impressive ruins of temples, marketplaces, and statues testifying to its rich past. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Delos offers a captivating glimpse into ancient Greek civilization. Accessible from nearby Mykonos, it attracts history enthusiasts and tourists alike, drawn by its timeless charm and historical resonance.

Hiking Mount Kythnos on Delos Island offers breathtaking Aegean vistas and ancient ruins. According to myth, Zeus watched from this peak as Leto gave birth to Apollo and Artemis. This trek blends natural beauty with rich mythology, enhancing the allure of this UNESCO World Heritage Site for adventurers and history enthusiasts alike.

The evening wrapped up with a night of revelry with the Sea Cloud tradition, Shanty Night!