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FROM: USD $1,555

Greek Island Getaway - 8 days

Setting sail from Bodrum spend an idyllic week aboard a gulet, Greek island hopping and exploring Turkey's beautiful Aegean coast.

Prices & Dates

Trip Highlights

Knidos - an ancient city on the tip of the Datca peninsular
Kos Island - a popular Greek holiday island
Datca Peninsula - on the Turkish coast
Symi - the picturesque port of Yialos
Greece - Dodecanese Islands
Nisiros - a volcanic island. Nikea Village mosaic style square
Rhodes - the largest of the Dodecanese Islands


7 breakfasts, 6 lunches and 7 dinners
All relevant port taxes
Services of the gulet captain and crew
7 nights aboard an air-conditioned gulet in a shared cabin with WC (comparative to a 2 star hotel)
Welcome drink

Not Included

International flights and visa
Optional excursions and tipping. We recommend you allow a tip for your gulet crew of $5 - $10 per traveller per day. Tipping is an entirely personal gesture.
Airport arrival and departure transfers


Day 1


Bodrum - gulet. Welcome to your gulet, your home for the following 7 nights, please note that embarkation begins at 3:30pm. Bodrum is a popular resort town with both foreign tourists and Istanbul – based weekenders. It‘s appeal mostly lies in its as yet undiscovered beauty by the masses yet this is changing with wealthy yacht owners mooring here on the way to far flung places and more tourists coming due to other areas such as Marmaris and Kusadasi becoming overcrowded. There are many watersport activities to take part in or perhaps an exploration of the incredible Castle of St Peter, built in 1406 by the Knights of St John to replace the fortress at Smyrna that had been destroyed by the Mongols. The castle is now home to the Museum of Underwater Archaeology and is well worth the visit.
Overnight: Gulet (Bodrum)  |  Dinner

Day 2


Bodrum - Kos. Today we cruise to the Greek island of Kos. Kos is a beautiful island with 290km of beach and a rich history. 3.5km northwest of Kos Town is ancient Asclepion, which was the birthplace of Hippocrates, the 'Father of Medical Sciences.' Kos is the second largest island of the 12 islands (Dodecanese islands) and has a very mild climate and very fertile lands. Upon arrival, you're free to explore and perhaps take a quick swim in Lambi Beach which is very close to Kos Harbor. Kos has a very lively nightlife and Nafklirou is the street with the most bars.
Overnight: Gulet (Kos)  |  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3

Nisiros & Symi

Kos - Nisiros - Symi. Early this morning we set sail to Nisiros stopping en-route for a swim. The volcano on Nisiros island erupted in 1422 and is still active. Nikea village which clings to the side of the crater has charming white streets and a mosaic-style square. There is an optional bus tour to Nikea and the crater, where you can see the gases rising up eerily from underground.

Late this afternoon we anchor at Symi Port where you'll see the picturesque shoreline. Symi is an enchanting island with pine and oak forests, beautiful bays and neo-classical houses.
Overnight: Gulet (Symi)  |  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4


Symi - Rhodes. Early this morning we sail to Rhodes, the largest of the Dodecanese Islands. Rhodes Town is one of the largest and best preserved European Medieval cities and is steeped in history. The island was once the home of the knights of St John, then the Ottomans and Italians. The main port is in Rhodes Town, which is still surrounded by a 12m thick city wall and gives you the feeling of travelling back to Medieval times especially when walking its narrow, stone-paved roads. Independently explore the island or you can join an optional tour of the Old Town or Lindos on the south coast. Picturesque Lindos is a popular holiday destination, with a beautiful bay and towering Acropolis. After dinner, we highly recommend that you to enjoy a night out in Rhodes Town.
Overnight: Gulet (Rhodes)  |  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5


Rhodes - Datca - Kargi. We bid farewell to the Greek Islands and return to Turkey's south-west coast today. Datca is our first port of call, which was founded by the Dorians who came from the Aegean Sea to the southern coast of Ionia in the 7th century B.C. The Datca peninsular is blessed by having no humidity at all and according to myth Spanish pirates passing by, dropped off people with Hansen's disease at Sariliman Bay to recover, with the help of Datca's fresh air and wonderful climate. There time to take a stroll around Datca Harbor before we travel on to beautiful Kargi Bay, where we spend the night.
Overnight: Gulet (Kargi Bay)  |  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6


Kargi - Knidos. We set sail for Inceburun Bay this morning, where the water is superb and you will have the opportunity to swim in the crystal waters. Next stop is Palamutbuku where we break for lunch and another chance to enjoy a refreshing dip in the Mediterranean. Our final destination today is Knidos on Turkey’s Datca Peninsula. Knidos was once one of the most famous cities in the ancient world. Today temple foundations, toppled columns, huge amphitheatres and a necropolis are the remnants of Knidos’ former glory. You can take a stroll around the shore to explore and see the ruins.
Overnight: Gulet (Knidos)  |  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7

Black Island & Bodrum

Knidos - Black Island - Bodrum. Early this morning we cruise to Karaada (Black Island). After breakfast there's the opportunity to swim at Poyraz Bay on the northern side of the island. This beautiful bay has crystal clear, turquoise waters. We then make our final journey back to Bodrum Harbour, where we'll have dinner and spend our last night.
Overnight: Gulet (Bodrum)  |  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8


Bodrum. After breakfast tour arrangements draw to a close and you'll disembark the boat at 10.30am. If you need an onward transfer to the airport this can be arranged at the time of booking. We hope you have enjoyed your adventure through Turkey and Greece.

Prices & Dates

Prices are shown as per person. The per person price applies when there are 2 people travelling, sharing a cabin. The 'Single supplement' applies for single travellers and needs to be added to the price per person if you are travelling alone. Please note that all cabins are fitted with double beds and as such a twin share option is not available.

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In Brief

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Hotel Rating
Standard Gulet boat
Local Payment
Tour Guide
Breakfast: 7, Lunch: 6, Dinner: 7
1st March 2017