Greek Islands are one of the world’s most idyllic and fascinating destinations for sea lovers. Here you will find stunning natural beauty, a long and fascinating history, wonderful sunny climate and renowned Greek hospitality. All routes in Greece by gulets are tailor-made for you, but you can check here below what are the most popular gulet sailing areas and what islands they might include.
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Dodecanese islands itineray includes Kalymnos, archipelagos of Lipsi islands, Leros and Pserimos. Not to miss unique Patmos island; Chora, along with the Monastery of Saint John the Theologian and the Cave of the Apocalypse, were declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. If you prefer lots of swimming in crystal clear waters your gulet can cruise to Arki, Marathi or Archangelos islands. End of the cruise can be on Kos for Greek boats or Bodrum for Turkish boats.
Compared to North Dodecanse; South Dodecanese does not include so many islands, but you will still have the opportunity to sail every day a different place. Symi island with its numerous bays and coves; Symi harbour with colourful houses and seaside restaurants is a must on this itinerary. Nisyros island is where you may walk in the crater and watch the boiling holes. Tilos and Chalki are still untouched by the tourism growth; you can enjoy pristine greek lifestyle here.
Gulet routes in Greece sailing South Dodecanese can start from Bodrum or Marmaris. Coast. Ideal gulet itinerary if you want to combine some visits to beautiful Greek islands and quiet bays of Turkey. You will sail the Greek islands Nisiros, Yali and Symi and then enter in Turkey via Bozburun fisherman village. Here you will visit Datca coast and Knidos with its numerous quiet bays or Bazukkale coast towards Marmaris.
Boarding your gulet in Bodrum and sailing to Astypalya island. Astypalaia is an island of wonderful architecture and unparalleled natural beauty. With its castle towering the picturesque Chora town, is considered one of the most beautiful island towns in the Aegean. On the way to Asypalya you can visit Kalymnos or Nisyros islands.
*Astypalia is far from the rest of Dodecanese islands. This gulet route in Greece include longer navigation, not all gulets will accept this route!
Name “Cyclades” refers to the islands forming a circle (the name in English means: “circular islands”) around the sacred island of Delos. Here are located som eof the world most know islands; Mykonos, Santorini, Naxos, Paros, Ios and many small islands to explore on your gulet cruise. Most of the itineraries starts from Mykonos island. Winds in Cyclades area can be very strong in summer season. Ideal period for sailing Cyclades is may and june or september and october.
14 days gulet programme sailing all Dodecanese islands at once. Relaxing on small, authentic islands Chalki, Alimia and Tilos. Visit the Volcano and traditional villages on Nisiros island. From here your gulet will enter to north Dodecanse area sailing to Leros island. Small Lipsi islands offer pleny of swimming and relaxing in the bays. For sure, the Highlight of this gulet route in Greece will be majestic Patmos island. Not to forget hidden blue bays of Kalymnos and Pserimos and colourful houses on Symi island.
Deep and cool sea waters; the mountains; the lush vegetation; the cultural heritage; and the cheerfulness of the inhabitants, make the Ionian Islands the ideal place for rest and relaxation. Ionian island North itineraries starts from Corfu port and can include Sivota and Parga on a mainland , Petridi and Paxos and Antipaxos. Paxos islands are the highlight of the north Ionian sea; with coastline covered in dense vegetation.
Ionian islands South itinerary starts from Lefkada Port or Messolonghi on Peloponese and can include Lefkas, Ithaca, Kefalonia, Meganisi, Kalamos, Kastos, Atokos, Arkoudi and Skorpios. What makes the Ionian Islands an amazing crusing area, is that there are so many villages and bays tovisit which gives us numerous options for the route to follow. Choice of gulet yachts is limited in Ionian area, it is advisable to book well in advance.