DAY 1 : BODRUM-KOS
Boarding starts at 14:30 from Bodrum Harbour. After port formalities, your gulet charter to Kos Island will start.
Kos Island is really well worth visiting. Kos is the island that gave the world Hippocrates, the father of medicine. The third largest island of the Dodecanese. You are greeted by the Castle of the Knights at the entrance of Kos harbour. You can start off by riding a mini-train that gives you the highlights of the main city. After that, you can walk to the sites if you want to explore more.
DAY 2 : PSERIMOS & LEROS ISLAND
We will set off for Pserimos Island early in the morning. Pserimos is an islet located between Kos and Kalymnos, about six nautical miles north of Kos and close to the Turkish coast. The total area is only about 15sq km .The beach is wide, deep, very sandy with shallow waters well sheltered in the deep bay.Later on, we will cruise to Leros Island.
Leros is an island with a very healthy climate ideal for a quiet holiday. Evergreen, with many inviting coves and beautiful sandy beaches, Leros relaxes the visitor with its tranquil landscape.
DAY 3 :LIPSI ISLAND
Lipsi is a tiny island covered with white washed houses and little churches with blue domes. Lipsi is a very beautiful and authentic island of the Dodecanese .
DAY 4 : PATMOS ISLAND
Known as the Jerusalem of the Aegean, Patmos island is the holy island of Christians, where the Apocalypse of St. John was written. Patmos is a spectacular island with great beaches and a unique landscape. Don’t miss the unique Easter celebrations (Greek Orthodox Easter) where you will have the chance to see a staging of Christ’s Last Supper.
DAY 5 : IKARIA ISLAND
According to the Greek Mythology, Icarus, a mythical figure with wax wings, fell into the sea and was drowned, while flying close to the sun. The island was thus named after him. Ikaria island has rich past, which can be seen in the Byzantine and Roman archeological remains.
The Castle of Koskina built in the 11th century A.D, during the Byzantine rule, is found on top of a mountain peak. Inside the castle is the church of Saint George. Drakano Fortress is another fine example of the island’s military past.
The Roman baths of Therma also deserve a visit. After an earthquake, the Therma springs of Ikaria island stopped working and the city slid under the sea. The remains are visible with snorkeling in the region. . In Nas, visitors can also explore the remains of an ancient temple of Goddess Artemis built around the 6th century B.C.
For nature lovers, the island is a paradise. It is covered with Pine and Oaks forests. Tourists can hike through the beautiful countryside.
DAY 6 : MYKONOS ISLAND
One of the reasons of the extreme popularity of Mykonos island is the many sandy beaches and their crystal-clear waters. The most popular beaches are the one located in the southern coast of the island; they are all fully organised and some of them (Paradise, Super Paradise, Elia, Platis Gialos, Psarou, Agios Ioannis, Agrari, Paranga, Kalo Livadi, Ftelia and others) are considered as some of the best in Greece.
Night life on the island of Mykonos is famous worldwide and it is the main reason of the islands huge popularity and high level of tourism.
DAY 7 : PAROS
One of the reason of the popularity of the island of Paros is the exquisite beaches it offers: authentic or organised beaches with sun beds and umbrellas, beaches for the practice of windsurfing or party beaches, all is there for you,
Paros Island also has charming villages. The island’s capital, Parikia, is a charming town with many activities concentrated there.
DAY 8: NAXOS ISLAND
Naxos is a mountainous island. It has many lovely and picturesque villages with whitewashed houses, narrow bright coloured windows and doors and slate or tile roofs like: Apiranthos, Apollonas, Halki, Potamia, Koronos, Tripodes and others. The capital of the island, Hora, is a big and unique village in Greece. It has a well-preserved Venetian castle and it is full of beautiful whitewashed houses with small windows, surrounded by stone-paved narrow alleys.
DAY 9: IRAKLIA ISLAND
Iraklia has two villages: Panagia, located in the centre of the island, and Agios Georgios, which serves as the main port.
Iraklia has many beautiful beaches around its coastline. Some of these beaches can be accessed on foot, while others are more remote, so visitors will need to take the excursion boat from the port to go and enjoy some privacy. The most famous and impressive beach on Iraklia is Livadi, a long sandy beach with crystal water .
DAY 10: KOUFONISIA ISLAND
Here one finds gorgeous beaches, good food, good people and so much natural beauty that one cannot help but fall in love with the place.
The beaches of Koufonisia Greece are famous for their incredible beauty, their crystal clear aqua colored water and their unique landscape made of impressive rock formations and caves.
The most interesting of the villages of Amorgos Island is Chora, the capital of the island, which is situated at an altitude of 400 metres above the sea. It is a charming village with a unique atmosphere created by the whitewashed houses and windmills, the Venetian castle, the churches, the labyrinth flourished paved alleys.
DAY 11 : AMARGOS ISLAND
Amorgos Greece is world famous for the incredible colours of its beaches. It is the reason why the french filmmaker Luc Besson chose the area for the principal scenes of his movie, “The Big Blue” which took place in this island of Greece.
DAY 12: ASTYPALEA ISLAND
Astypalea is one of those secret islands that receive few foreign visitors but is popular with Greeks. On this gorgeous island of Astypalea of the Dodecanese, where local traditions are still alive, your holidays will consist of eating lots of fish , and lots of swimming on beautiful deserted bays.
DAY 13: KALYMNOS ISLAND
Kalymnos is best known as the island of some of the world’s finest sponge divers. Although Kalimnos is a developing tourist centre, you can still see the sponge fishermen at work even today and you can still experience the islanders’ traditional way of life.
DAY 14: TURGUTREIS-BODRUM
Setting off for Turgutreis and Karaincir. swimming stop at Karaincir on the way back to Bodrum. Karaincir is a 500 metre stretch of soft golden sand.
DAY 15 : BODRUM
After your breakfast,disembarkation time is 10: a.m
The itinerary given above is not a fixed itinerary. As a private gulet yacht charter, your party can decide where to go, where to overnight, where to swim.