Board your yacht in Bodrum Harbour. Cruise to Karaada (Black island) for an afternoon of swimming and watersports or stay in Bodrum Harbour for the night. If yours is the latter choice, explore Bodrum Castle, built by the Knights of St. John during the Crusades and now home to the fabulous Museum of Underwater Archaeology. Bodrum is famous for its nightlife, so dine out in style, stroll through the bazaar, visit e café or dance until dawn.
Entrance to Greek waters after the custom formalities.. Cos island has been well populated since Neolithic times. About 700 BCE, together with the five other cities of the Hexapolis (Knidos, Lalysos, Lindos, Halikarnassos and Kamiros), Kos was an outpost of the Dorian League. The island was celebrated for the oldest cult site of the healing god Asklepios and for a medical school of which the most famous representative was Hippokrates (5th c. BCE).
Nisiros and Tilos islands. Nisyros is a green and well-watered island, with fertile soil which is cultivated on laboriously construced terraces on the outward-facing slopes. Nisyros was originally settled by Dorians from Kos and Kamiros. In 1312 it was occupied by the Knights of St John, and later became a fief of the Assanti family. It was taken by the Turks in 1533.
Tilos has been one of the best-kept secrets in the Dodecanese for some time, with good unspoiled beaches, friendly people and wonderful walking country: a tranquil antidote to Kos town. From a distance it looks arid but it shelters groves of figs, almonds, walnuts, pomegranates and olives, all watered by fresh springs.
The beautiful island of Symi (Italian Simi, Turkish Sombeki) lays about 23 nm north-west of Rhodes flanked by two Turkish peninsula. It has a much-indented coast, ideal for a sailing holiday and according to Homer it possessed eight good harbours. The inhabitants live of sponge-fishing and boat-building.
Entering the Turkis coast of Datça, The Datca peninsula, located on the southeast of the Mugla and between the Gokova gulf and Hisaronu gulf, is famous for its heavenly nature, peerlessly blue sea, exceptionally clean air and delicious local tastes. There is also ancient city, which name is Knidos. Aphrodite used to swim, connects the Mediterranean Sea to the Aegean Sea. The Old Datca town dates back to the Early Hellenistic Age with its stone houses surrounded by flowers.