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Explore the Greek islands from Rhodes in 2 Weeks Gulet Charter Route

14 Nights / 15 Days
Start / End:: Rhodes / Rhodes
Duration: 14 Nights / 15 Days
Sailing Area: Greek Islands
Total cruise
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Day 1
Rhodes Island

The cruise welcomes its guests mid-afternoon but does not sail out of Rhodes harbor until the next day; dinner is served of course.Rhodes, with its Old Town a UNESCO World Heritage site, is the largest of the Dodecanese and offers everything a tourist would want. There is a 200 kilometre coastline, a fascinating interior, good nightlife and plenty of history. It has been home to several ‘’civilisations’’ in its history and also to a former Ancient Wonder of the World though the Colossus was destroyed by an earthquake many centuries ago. The narrow streets of this walled Old Town can be crowded at times but worth visiting with the Palace of the Grand Master and the architecture of the Knights of St. John notable features.

Day 2
Ano Symi (Symi Island)

Symi, off the Datca Peninsula of Turkey is another relaxing island. It is fairly small but offers plenty of chance to explore. The landscape is lovely and once back in Ano Symi there are bars and tavernas offering delicious Greek cuisine which you should try with the local wine. 

The day's cruise
25 Miles
2:30 Hour
Day 3
Mandraki (Nisyros Island)

Mandraki, the main port of Nisiros is also among the largest settlements on the island. It is traditionally laid out with whitewashed houses, typical of many Greek islands. There are a number of historical sites around the village including the Paleokastro, an ancient fortress and the ruins of an ancient city dating back to the 4th century BC. After enjoying these sites, there is a good choice of tavernas and bars.

The day's cruise
39 Miles
4:00 Hour
Day 4
Klymnos Island

Klymnos is known for its lovely architecture as well as the tradition of sponge diving. Rock climbing has emerged as a popular activity for tourists who travel to Kalymnos purely to enjoy their hobby. Kalymnos Town is the main settlement on the island and few would argue about its beauty; brightly coloured walls, doors, shutters and balconies make the streets are great place to wander around.

The day's cruise
25 Miles
2:30 Hour
Day 5
Lipsi Island

Lipsi in the Dodecanese has yet to get much tourism, and what there is often comes from nearby Leros. The result is a real feel of Greece. It is a relaxing place, fairly quiet and with beautiful beaches and clear waters. Lipsi has some tavernas and shops but it is not really a place for stocking up.

The day's cruise
27 Miles
2:45 Hour
Day 6
Skala (Patmos Island)

Skala is the main town of Patmos island.  Built around the harbor, it grew rapidly in the 19th Century with wealthy families deciding to make it their home. Two landmarks to look out for while you are there are the ancient acropolis and the Church of Agia Paraskevi. 

The day's cruise
13 Miles
1:30 Hour
Day 7
Arki Island Arki and Marathi are eight kilometres from Patmos which provides the majority of tourists to the islands on day trips. The main bay is well-sheltered from strong winds and as a result is well-patronised by yachts. Tavernas are likely to have the previous night’s catch on their menu.
The day's cruise
12 Miles
1:15 Hour
Day 8
Pythagorion - Samos Island

The famous mathematician Pythagorus is remembered in this nice little village on the Island of Samos. The houses have worn well with the narrow streets, cafes and restaurants adding up to a village that rightly justifies the numbers of tourists that visit each year.

The day's cruise
25 Miles
2:30 Hour
Day 9
Mikro Chorio (Agathonisi Island)

Agathonisi island is at the northern tip of the Dodecanese Group. It looks fairly bare, rocky with some bushes and olive trees. Fresh water is precious, collected in wells and transported over by boat. The island was at target for pirates so Megalo Chorio was built with that in mind and is not visible from the sea. It is not the best place to buy provisions and there are just a few tavernas.

The day's cruise
17 Miles
1:45 Hour
Day 10
Lakki (Leros Island)

Lakki is a large port on the Island of Leros. There is plenty of neo-classical architecture alongside the white-washed houses. Wide streets are lined with palm trees and restaurants and bars near the port offer tempting menus. While in Lakki, it is worth visiting the interesting war museum.

The day's cruise
24 Miles
2:30 Hour
Day 11
Pserimos Island

As you sail north of Kos, you will encounter the gorgeous island of Pserimos. This is a small island, and only about 100 residents inhabit the island. The islanders main source of revenue is from fishing; however, tourism is on the rise. Most of the local tourism comes from day trippers out of Kos or Kalymnos and provides organized beach trips and parties. Since you are sailing in a yacht, you can enjoy visiting Pserimos any day of the week and join in on the local fun. The harbor has few berths, and the town offers lovely local dishes made from fresh produce and seafood. Apart from a short visit for beachside entertainment, a local dish in the port, you will find that the island also provides some secluded spots to anchor.  There are plenty of taverna sotted along the coastline, so you will always find a place to visit no matter in which location you decide to anchor.

The day's cruise
21 Miles
2:15 Hour
Day 12
Kos Town

The guests will leave the yacht with precious memories of the tour by 10:00 am after a hearty breakfast. If you haven't already been into the centre of Kos Town we would strongly recommend it. The imposing Castle of the Knights of Saint John, on the eastern side of the harbour, is well worth a visit. Alternatively the centre of the town is home to a huge range of restaurants, tavernas, cafes and shops. Those of you looking for a big last evening will find a wide range of bars and nightclubs to choose from.

The day's cruise
9 Miles
1:00 Hour
Day 13
Chalki Island

Chalki is another place where peace and quiet is virtually guaranteed.  The beaches are great and some will be entirely deserted. There is one small settlement, a port with cafes and tavernas on the promenade.

The day's cruise
51 Miles
5:15 Hour
Day 14
Rhodes Island

Rhodes, with its Old Town a UNESCO World Heritage site, is the largest of the Dodecanese and offers everything a tourist would want. There is a 200 kilometre coastline, a fascinating interior, good nightlife and plenty of history. It has been home to several ‘’civilisations’’ in its history and also to a former Ancient Wonder of the World though the Colossus was destroyed by an earthquake many centuries ago. The narrow streets of this walled Old Town can be crowded at times but worth visiting with the Palace of the Grand Master and the architecture of the Knights of St. John notable features.

The day's cruise
38 Miles
4:00 Hour
Day 15
Rhodes Town

The guests will leave the yacht with precious memories of the tour by 10:30am after a hearty breakfast. If you haven't already been into the centre of Rhodes Town we would strongly recommend it. The largest of the Dodecanese Islands, Rhodes is abundant in beaches, wooded valleys and ancient history. Whether you seek the buzz of nightlife and beaches, diving in crystal-clear water or a culture-vulture journey through past civilisations, it’s all here.

The day's cruise
1 Miles
0:15 Hour

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