Dodecanese Island via Marmaris Blue Cruise Tour – A fantastic journey to the Greek Islands with the best Turkish Gulet, Motor Yachts, or Sailing Yachts. You would enjoy the Blue Tour Turkey in the Greek and Turkish waters. Be ready for a fantastic Greece and Turkey Blue Tour voyage, and we make it an unforgettable holiday in your life. You visit; Marmaris, Ano Symi (Symi Island), Chalki Island, Tilos Island, Nisyros Island, Kos Island, and Datça.
After arriving at your yacht in mid-afternoon and getting ready to set sail, take one day to enjoy the city of Marmaris and all it has to offer. The city is always busy, day and night, and you have ample access to multiple choices of cuisine and activity. It is also time to stock up on any extra items you want before you set sail. Marmaris has a lot to offers and options around the harbor and even in the city center. You might consider dining onboard your yacht, enjoying the outstanding private chef service, which is the first of many to come. And you can watch the bustling city and harbor in action.
Symi island, which has a long history, is a Greek island that is very popular during the holiday season. Its colorful houses, which resemble Legos, attract tourists with port, sea, and nature chirping around the clock. It is busy in summer and spring with calm and immaculate beaches, delicious cuisine, and a peaceful atmosphere. The most caring of the Greek islands, or Sombeki Island, Symi was called in the Ottoman Empire. Take a close look at the historical and natural beauties and make an unforgettable holiday on the island that smells of culture and history.
Chalki Island is the smallest of the twelve islands in the Aegean. It is one of three Greek islands ( the other two are Tilos and Nisyros), sequentially decoupled between the islands of Decos and Rhodes. Halki, a secluded, tiny island in the west of Rhodes, was declared an island of” friendship and peace” by UNESCO in 1983; for us, this is an island of aesthetics, peace, and romance. Even from a few miles away, before he sets foot, his image is like a postcard. A small port where fishing boats tired from the night rest; two-decker stone houses sprinkled over the hills on both sides of this port, painted in pastel colors. The stone clock tower is rising through these houses, the only thing that reminds you of the concept of time that you would forget on the island. The name of this place is Emborio, apart from being the only port where ships, yachts, and fishing boats dock on the island. It is the only settlement where the island people can stay, consisting of several hundred people and live tourists.
Tilos can be defined as a place where you can spend a quiet and peaceful holiday outside the crowds of mass tourism routes. For reasons, transportation can be provided with minimal flights and a small number of accommodation facilities. Its crystal clear sea has led to it being described as one of the jewels in the Aegean Sea, with its romantic sunset views. Its untouched mountainous areas allow hiking lovers to watch wildlife and nature and watch Insatiable landscapes. The history of Tilos is just like the other Dodokanez Islands (12 islands). 7th century BC., Herodotus mentions that the island experienced its golden age. In time, the island, which was included in the Athenian Federation, remained connected to Rhodes and later fell into the hands of the Romans.
According to Greek mythology, Nisyros Island was formed when the sea god cut off part of the island of Kos and threw it on the great Polyvotis to prevent it from escaping. In the eyes of visitors, Nisyros is a paradise. Although tourists occupy many Greek islands, Nisyros has remained an untouched haven of peace and a place with the beauty of the clean water of the Aegean Sea along with the village air.
Kos Island, one of the largest 12 islands, also known as Kos, is only 8 nautical miles away from the Bodrum Peninsula. Magnificent historical monuments of the Ottoman, Byzantine and Venetian periods await their guests in all their glory. Kos is a modern tourist destination with its historical monuments and extremely flashy hotels, restaurants, beaches, and nightlife. Located in the center of Kos Island, the world-famous Hippocrates tree is one of the island’s most influential icons. Hippocrates, who was considered the ancestor of doctors in mythological times, showed that human treatment could be provided by education and established a medical center called Asclepion here. Currently, doctors come to the island of Kos to take the Hippocratic Oath.
Ancient Datca stands out both with its historical and natural beauties. Usually, houses have a single-story or two-story architecture. Narrow streets consisting of cobblestones and bougainvillea hanging from their balconies have created a breathtaking landscape. I especially recommend taking pictures on these streets. Postcard photos appear. There are shops and stalls where ornaments are sold at most points. You can watch Datca’s production live by coming across the women who made them famous pinch. Here you can buy souvenirs for your loved ones. These items, most of which are handmade, are sold by the inhabitants of the village.
After finishing your long and exhilarating voyage across the Mediterranean, maybe the Aegean and Adriatic too, you arrive back in Marmaris and prepare for your return home. It is a great moment to enjoy a day’s stay over in this fantastic city. Marmaris is a jewel; its name is appropriate “Turquoise coast,” It provides you with every taste of the Mediterranean and Turkey before you leave for home. It is the time to take that last shopping walk and collect special items and local wares before leaving.