Often dubbed the St Tropez of Greece, the fashionable fishing village of Fiskardo is a fine place to spend the evening. With hassle-free transport to and from, you're free to explore this northern gem at your leisure. Stroll around the flower-festooned streets, dip in and out of dinky tavernas, or sit back and see the sun set down by the harbour.In small groups of just 16 people, we'll journey north along the scenic coastal route towards Fiskardo. But first, there's a photo stop at the magnificent Myrtos Beach. If it looks familiar, it's because it landed a star role in Hollywood romance Captain Corelli's Mandolin. Lapped by clear blue waters and hugged by cliffs, it's one of the most photographed spots in Greece.Arriving in Fiskardo early evening, you've three-hours to use as you choose. Pastel-coloured tavernas will tempt you in for a bite, while the glitzy marina is a magnet for A-list stars like Demi Moore, Jon Bon Jovi and Roman Abramovich.