GREEK ISLANDS GULET CHARTER
DAY 1: BODRUM & KOS(DEPENDING ON YOUR ARRIVAL TIME)
After welcoming, you will be briefed about your itinerary. Once paperwork is completed at customs, we will set off for Kos, where Hippocrates, The Father of Medicine was born. Mythology sources say, Kos is also the birthplace of Leto, mother of Apollo and Artemis. There is a very rich history in Kos. 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 them more. Old town is beautiful, lined with palm and pine trees, and filled with shops, cafes, and restaurants. Here, you can see the tree dedicated to Hippocrates, the ancient agora (largest at its time), antique temple, and a basilica. Kos is famous for its wine and silk.Overnight in Kos.
DAY 2: LEROS
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.
Overnight in Leros.
DAY 3 : LIPSI ISLAND
Our next anchorage place is Lipsi, a group of small islands. There are several churches and monasteries in Lipsi. The most famous ones are the Church of Agios Ioannis Theologos at the top of a hill above the main town.The beach is wide, deep, very sandy with shallow waters well sheltered in the deep bay and lined with beachside tavernas and cafes that catch the daily trade. There is a small harbour for boat mooringOvernight in Lipsi.
DAY 4 : ARKI
Early in the morning, we set sail to Arki Island, a tiny island with only 40 inhabitants. The little islets around Arki are considered as part of this island. There are only two cars and a motorcycle on the island. The islanders earn their living through fishing, goat herding, or working at one of the four taverns.Overnight in Arki.
DAY 5: PATMOS
Known as the Jerusalem of the Aegean, Patmos island is the holy island of Christians, where the Apocalypse of St. John was written. Visitors of this Dodecanese island today are split into two groups, the first half that still come to the island because of its religious significance and the second half comes here to enjoy the lovely beaches, the serenity and the unique character of the island and its people. Sometimes referred to as “The Jerusalem of the Aegean Sea”. Patmos is a very tranquil island with its beautiful beaches and clear seas. It is highly recommended that you visit the Monastery of St. John the Theologian and the Cave of the Apocalypse where John, the author of the Book of Revelation, was given a vision from Jesus. Both sites were listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.Overnight in Patmos.
DAY 6: KALYMNOS
We leave Patmos for Kalimnos which is famous for sponge fishing and rock climbing. It is an island mostly barren with golden beaches, a mediaeval castle, some churches dating back to the 4th century AD , monasteries of the Evangelist and St Catherine, and little green valleys with citrus groves. Therma with its thermal springs, the cave of Kefala with stalactites and stalagmites, the caves of the Seven Virgins, and the Cavern of the Nymphs are all worth a visit. Overnight in Kalimnos.
DAY 7: Pserimos and Bodrum
A tiny island with a population of about 100, attracts daily visitors arriving on boats. There are no paved roads in Pserimos.After Pserimos we either return to Kos or Bodrum.
Departure is at 10:00 am after breakfast.
The itinerary given above is not a fixed itinerary. As a private boat charter, your group can decide where to go, where to overnight, where to swim.