Top 3 most preferred Greek islands in Bodrum-based blue cruise
The average length of a blue cruise vacation is one week, although the number of days can be raised or lowered depending on demand. Wouldn’t it be nice to see two countries on your blue cruise? During your vacation with Mirya Yachting, you will have the option to visit two different countries. As Mirya Yachting, we have listed the Top 3 most preferred Greek islands in Bodrum-based blue cruise.
** Short trips are usually done on motor yachts **
Visiting the Turkish and Greek islands at the same time is a very appealing concept for everyone. You may achieve this by chartering a private yacht. Visit the gorgeous and popular Greek islands for a unique experience and imagine yourself in paradise in the pristine bays of the Aegean and Mediterranean. You and your dear ones are not restricted to a particular harbor or even a single nation when you lease a yacht. Bodrum is generally preferred for such programs and routes, but there are also Greek islands from Marmaris.
It’s the ideal island for anyone seeking peace and quiet. It may be found just across the basement. The Bodrum harbor boat trip is a must-do for everyone who wants to explore the island, spend time in its waters, and learn about its mysterious past. It is an island that you may visit without having to worry about getting around. It’s ideal for listening. Sponge hunting, thyme honey, and mountain climbing are some of the well-known activities. The island’s primary source of revenue is tourism.
Kos The Greek Island is one of the largest of the country’s 12 islands. Istankoy is another name for it. It is an island where you can travel from Turkey simply and quickly without using a plane, and you can explore every bay of the blue sea on this island, as well as see numerous historical sites up close. Kos is an island that has changed hands several times throughout history, thus there are numerous artifacts from many civilizations to be found. Neratzia Castle, Hippograde Tree, Gazi Hasan Pasa Mosque, Defterdar Mosque, Eleftherias Square, Archeology Museum are among the first sites to see in Kos.
Consider taking a boat to Kos Island, which is only a short distance from Bodrum. Taking use of the yachts you hire while visiting the island of Kos, which is rich in tourism, may provide you with an enjoyable vacation experience.
Between the Ikaria and Leros Islands sits Patmos Island, which is the northernmost of the 12 Islands. Patmos is a Greek island with a strong religious identity and strong spiritual sentiments. The Christian world commonly refers to it as the Apocalypse Island. The Apocalypse Cave, Patmos monasteries, and Hora, Patmos’ major city, are among the first sights you view. Patmos Island is a wonderful place to unwind and get away from it all. Skala, Agriolivado, and Livadi Geranou are the best-organized beaches on Patmos. There are also several beaches on Patmos that have less facilities but are still beautiful.
Patmos may be reached by water in around 3-3.5 hours from Bodrum.
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