Cyclades, Dodecannese & Turkish Coast

If you start in Kos, you may reach the Turkish Coasts sailing around the magical coves and sandy...


Offering all modern facilities, Marmaris also retains traditional color and customs. Bazaars can be found here offering a wide variety of merchandise. There is also a fishing village that shelters yachts all year round, located in a beautiful port with pines reaching down to the sea beaches. Sights: Byzantine castle, archaeological finds


In ancient times, this was known as Apollo's city, with the ruins of his Temple contrasting the modern life of the city.


Quiet and picturesque with beautiful beaches in secluded bays.


Ruins reveal that Kusadasi was inhabited during the Hellenistic, Roman and Medieval periods. Today it boasts a lively nightlife and shopping district to attract tourists.


Knidos is an ancient city containing remains of the Temple of Venus and a Byzantine church. Green and peaceful - it is a "must see" for lovers of antiquity.


Only one mile away from the Turkish coast, Samos is a totally green island with marvellous landscaping, and springs and waterfalls cascading either to the mainland or bays with crystal clear waters. Fishing villages and ancient monuments as well as the warm and friendly inhabitants await visitors. Sehenswürdigkeiten: Museums, Roman finds. Delicacies: Local dishes and wines


Well known as "Alikarnassos" in ancient times, Bodrum is home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, as well as many other remains of her long history. Today, it is a very lively city, and this fact - along with such monuments from the past - attracts many visitors. Sights: Castles, towers, mausoleum, archaeological finds

Asin Bay

Built on top of the ancient city of lasos, the bay remains tranquil with beautiful


This is a mountainous yet fertile island with pines, olive and fruit trees, inhabited by quiet, friendly people. There are fishing villages, natural springs, and secluded bays with beautiful pebble beaches.


Small green valleys punctuate the steep and rocky island with beaches indented by little coves. Cultural sights: Byzantine Monastery, museum, mansions, architecture.


Has been a wealthy island since antiquity, judging from the coins found here. Visitors will be amazed by the stone houses built in tiers like an amphitheatre, the medieval castle occupying the site of the ancient acropolis and the wonderful beaches. Gained fame from the Lady of Ro, who raised the Greek flag every morning for 40 years until she passed away.


Splendid beaches, varied vegetation, numerous cultural sites, and the largest medieval and ancient town make Rhodes undoubtedly the most attractive of the Dodecaneses islands. Sights: Castle of the Grand Masters, the Valley of the Butterflies, temples, centuries-old houses, the famous town of Lindos


A mountainous island, with most settlements on the relatively flat south side. Modern architecture is combined with traditional style in both the exterior and interior of the houses. Villages that have been inhabited since the 10'h century, help make citizens take pride in maintaining their traditions. The citizens still speak a dialect that contains several Dorian words and idioms. Sights: Ancient ruins

Megisti & Ro {KASTELORIZO)

Inhabited since prehistoric times, Kastelorizo has areas where Dorian ruins can still be seen. Traditional color and wonderful beaches abound on both islands.


A mountainous island with a steep, rocky coastline and few pleasant beaches. The island established its own merchant fleet and grew rich from trade in the 18'" century. Sights: Churches, caves