BODRUM ROUTE

Departure - Check-in Bodrum 
Bodrum called by Homer "the eternal blue heaven", was founded on Halicarnassus, the meeting point of civilizations of Greece and 'Anatolia. The Bodrum peninsula is famous throughout the world for its climate, its sea, its natural beauty, its beautiful coves, its history, its night life with animation that lasts until morning. The Milta Bodrum Marina is one of the most prestigious Marina Aegean with a modern infrastructure.
Day 1 - Kos 
Kos is the third largest of the Greek islands of the group and the second most popular and touristy island after Rhodes. It is located between Kalymnos and Nysiros. It 's very well organized and has everything in terms of tourism infrastructure. The charm and the various beauties of the Greek Island are not visible at first sight, but the picturesque villages and beautiful beaches will amaze all visitors.
Day 2 - Nysiros (Mandraki) 
Nissyros is perfectly circular, about 8 km wide and rocks. Along the coast there are coves with sandy beaches, mainly to the north-east of Nissyros. The island is a volcanic island - but do not worry, even if still active there was no eruptive activity since 1988 (and it was a steam explosion). During a visit to the island you should try Soumada, soft drink almond produced locally.

Day 3 - Tilos (Livadia) 
Tilos island is naturally beautiful and quiet, once famous for the production of its own currency and perfumes. On the east side of Tilos you can dock at Ormos Livadhi. During the Meltemi, which blows from June to October, thestorm may enter the bay. There are a number of taverns and basic services available here as well.
Day 4 - Chalki 
One of the smaller islands of the Dodecanese, Halki has one of the cleanest beaches in all of Greece support which makes it a perfect destination. Halki is a traditional port city, UNESCO World Heritage Site, which has discouraged large modern transformations. The goal of Halki has grown in popularity in recent times, because it was chosen as the "island of peace and friendship," a meeting place for young people from all over the world.
Day 5 - Simi 
The island is only 67 square kilometers and most of it is covered by rocks, with costs ranging from beaches and rocky coves. At the port of Gialos is a charming little town where you can grab a bite in one of the local taverns. If you visit between July and September you can see Symi festival and celebrate the premises. The festival is organized for 13 years and attracts many musicians and visitors.
Day 6 - Rodos 
The largest island in the Dodecanese, with a mountain range with a peak at an altitude of 1200 meters, Rhodes offers a number of marinas for boaters visiting. The harbor of Mandraki in the north-east is the main base, while the south coast offers a wide range of anchors to suit all tastes, from Faliraki for those looking for a fun place to Ladehiko for those seeking a quieter location.
Day 7 - Check-out Marmaris