Cabin cruise is an alternative to private gullet charters for blue cruise. This year we have started Greek Island Cabin Charters for our annual guests from Rhodes – Mykonos and Santorini. The prices for cabin cruise includes; Greek island taxes, meals, port taxes, you can check your visa status and join these tours. In cabin cruise tours the first and last night will be in departure port to finish all paper works for sailing and cruise. You can enjoy the night life in Bodrum, Marmaris , Fethiye , Rhodes , Mykonos or Santorini when you settle down in the boat. The Greek ýslands with famous taverns, small churches and chapels, famous uzo, the mezes are calling you.

Kos Island is located very close to the coasts of Bodrum-Turkey. Kos Island is the second most popular island of Dodecanese after Rhodes. Due to its large size, Kos keeps a balance in tourism development of Greece. Some spots are very organized, while others are almost secluded and away from mass tourism. Kos Town is a mixture of Venetian and Ottoman architecture with interesting sightseeing, such as a Medieval Castle, an Ancient Agora, a Roman Odeon and of course the famous Asklepieion, an ancient healing centre, in short distance from the Town.

The most tourist places such as Kardamena and Kefalos are located on the southern side of the island. In Kos you can find large golden beaches with crystal water.The ancient physician Hippocrates is thought to have been born on Kos and in the centre of the town is the Plane Tree of Hippocrates, a dream temple where the physician is traditionally supposed to have taught.
The limbs of the now elderly tree are supported by scaffolding. The small city is also home to the International Hippocratic Institute and the Hippocratic Museum dedicated to him. Near the Institute are the ruins of Asklepieion, where Herodicus taught Hippocrates medicine You can also visit The Byzantine Antimachia Castle erected in 1315 by the Knights Hospitaller, and another from the Byzantine period in Antimachia and one of the world’s biggest ancient market place Ancient Agora.
Rhodes is the largest and most popular island of Dodecanese with 300 days of sunshine per year, Rhodes Island is mostly famous for the romantic Old Town and the amazing beaches. The Old Town is among the best-preserved Medieval Towns of Europe, with strong walls, an impressive castle, paved paths and elegant stone mansions. A drive around the island will bring you to magnificent beaches, impressive sightseeing and picturesque villages.

A lovely place is Lindos village with the Acropolis on top. The most tourist places are located close to Town, but you can also find many secluded places for total privacy around the island. Historically, Rhodes was famous worldwide for the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The Medieval Old Town of the City of Rhodes has been declared a World Heritage Site. Today, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.
Symi in Greece is a tiny island of Dodecanese that amazes visitors with the calm atmosphere and the fabulous architecture. In fact, Simi Island has one of the most impressive ports in the Greek islands, with elegant mansions constructed amphitheatrically on the slopes of a hill and offering breathtaking view to the sea from any spot. A promenade along the port is fabulous for a romantic evening.

The beaches of the island are small but clean. Some can be organized and others are secluded, but they all provide a relaxing atmosphere for your Simi holidays. An interesting sight is the Monastery of Panormitis, on the southern side of the island. Ideal for families and couples. The economy of Symi was traditionally based on the shipbuilding and sponge industries.
The places to visit in Simi: The Monastery of the Archangel Michael Panormitis is a Greek Orthodox monastery built on the southwest coast in the early 18th century. It overlooks a bay, and is still inhabited by monks. The Kastro overlooks the main town of Symi, Ano Symi. It was built by the Knights of St. John as an expansion of a Byzantine castle on the same site, many parts of which are still visible. There are also remnants of an ancient citadel on which the two later castles were built. The municipal clock tower which was built circa 1880. The War memorial in the harbour consists of a monument "the Dove of Peace" in front of a bas-relief sculpture of a Trireme. The town of Symi alone has thirteen major churches and dozens of chapels, some dating back to the Byzantine era. The village of Nimborio has surviving ancient Pelasgian walls and a set of twelve domes remaining from workshops used by artists.
Kalymnos is known and named as the "Sponge-divers' island." Sponge diving has long been a common occupation on Kalymnos and sponges were the main source of income of Kalymnians, bringing wealth to the island and making it famous throughout the Mediterranean.The Island is also famous with rock climbing and bouldering during the whole year, scuba diving and beatiful fiords.

Top 10 places to visit in Kalymnos are; Agios Savvas Monastery (Pothia), Neoklasiko Private Folklore and Historical Collections (Pothia), Archaeological Museum of Kalymnos, Sea World Museum Valsamidis (Vlychadia), Platis Yialos Beach, Factory of Natural Sponges (Pothia), Castle of Chora (Chorio), N S Papachatzis Sponge Factory, Folklore Museum, Chrysocheria Castle (Pothia), Maritime Museum of Kalymnos.
A small island of Dodecanese, Leros is located between Patmos and Kalymnos. According to mythology, Leros Island was where goddess Artemis would go for hunting, as it had a rich population in deer. The long history of Leros Greece is depicted in the many sites around the island, such as the Medieval Castle and the interesting museums.

Alinda and Agia Marina are the most tourist places on the island, while a drive around the island will bring visitors to relaxing, crystal beaches. Over the last years, the island is developing as a diving destination due to the many ancient shipwrecks that have been found in the surrounding sea.
Patmos is a small Greek island in the Aegean Sea, most famous for being the location of both the vision of and the writing of the Christian Bible's Book of Revelation. According to tradition, it was in a cave in Patmos Island that Saint John the Divine was inspired the Book of Apocalypse. This is why there is a large Monastery of Saint John above Chora, the capital of the island.

This monastery is surrounded by strong walls and looks like a fortress. Chora is a great place to walk around the paved paths and enjoy a view to the Aegean Sea. The most tourist place of Patmos Island is Skala, while relaxing beaches are found all over the island.
A tiny island of Dodecanese, Lipsi is geographically located between Patmos and Leros. Due to its small size and the long distance from Athens, this island has not developed much in tourism and remains a peaceful, alternative destination. However, its few tourist facilities are enough to cater for the limited number of visitors. The virgin nature, the crystal beaches and the relaxing atmosphere of Lipsi Island attract tourists looking for total privacy. This is a frequent destination among free campers, naturists and trekkers, as many beaches can be reached on foot. In small taverns and cafes you will find local delicacies.
Nisyros is a volcanic Greek island located in the Aegean Sea. It is part of the Dodecanese group of islands, situated between the islands of Kos and Tilos. Its shape is approximately round, with a diameter of about 8 km (5 mi), and an area of 41.6 km2 . Several other islets are found in the direct vicinity of Nisyros, the largest of which is Gyali. It has a total land area of 50.055 km2 (19.326 sq) and a total population of 1,008 inhabitants. The island was also called Nisiro in Italian and Ýncirli in Turkish.
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