8 Day Poros Charter Itinerary - Poros to Fethiye

The Greek Islands Blue Cruise will be a holiday you will never forget. Starting from the Symi Islands to the Cyclades and the Dodecanese Islands, you will have the chance to see the most beautiful coasts of Greece. During your luxury charter yacht tour you will witness the natural beauty of the Mediterranean coast.

Day 1


After leaving Athens, you will first encounter the pine-scented forests of the island of Poros. Don’t miss the impressive view of the white houses as you walk through the turquoise waters alongside the magnificent nature views.

This island is a very rich island with countless beach options, lush nature and neoclassical architecture. You can also choose from small family businesses to try local cuisine in the town.

The sunset views on the Greek islands are incredible. Before leaving Poros, be sure to enjoy the local food and drinks while watching the sunset.

Day 2


The island of Hydra is a popular attraction for luxury yacht tours. The island you will reach in the morning will be lit by the warm Mediterranean sun.

The island of Hydra is much quieter and quieter than other Greek islands. Because it is far from the main route of large cruise ships. As you walk through the streets, you can enjoy the friendly hospitality of local people.

You can see many natural harbor and beach which can be reached only by sea. After exploring the deserted beaches on the island, which is very rich in natural resources, you can dine in local taverns.

Day 3


The island of Delos is part of the Cyclades. This island is very different from other Greek islands. The island, believed to be the birthplace of Apollo, is almost completely empty. The island of Delos, considered a sacred place by the Greek people, is considered a place of pilgrimage.

Dozens of archaeological sites can be seen on the island, which is quite rich in history. One of the most popular historical places to visit on the island is the Lions’ Terrace. These seven sacred lions dedicated to Apollo are still standing today. Another popular site to visit is Dionysus House. Dionysus is the wine god in Greek mythology and represents pleasure and entertainment.

After seeing various examples of ancient Greek history, take a great lunch break on your luxury boat. After having a light lunch with natural and organic products such as olives, feta cheese, sun-dried tomatoes, you can try windsurfing.

Day 4


Start your journey to Mykonos, famous for its nightlife, with a wonderful and energizing breakfast. Collect energy for the island, known for its lively nightlife alongside its natural beauty.

Mykonos is home to some of the world’s most famous beaches, nightclubs and festivals. Windmills dating back to the 16th century are also worth seeing. You may have to climb the hills to discover unforgettable views of the island. If you have time, don’t forget to watch the sunset from here.

Get ready for the night after enjoying the sea, beach, nature all day long. After a romantic dinner on your luxury yacht, you can immerse yourself in the lively nightlife of Mykonos. On the island, where you can find luxury nightclubs as well as stylish cocktail bars, if you still have energy, you can join parties that continue until sunrise.

Day 5


After the colorful nightlife of Mykonos you will open your eyes to Santorini, one of the most fascinating islands in the world. Incredibly popular, this island is ideal for snorkelling and having fun with water toys. You can explore a very lively underwater world under sparkling water.

Santorini beaches have a different color than the beaches of other Greek islands. This is due to the remains of volcanic activity on the island.

The famous blue-domed churches, narrow white streets with stairs and white houses are located in the city center. Even those who have no idea about the Mediterranean know white and charming houses lined up on the hills of Santorini. Wander around the city center and taste locally produced olive oil and wine. These products have been produced by the same families for many years.

The Caldera, a massive volcanic eruption in 1450 BC, is a steep edge crater that offers some of the most beautiful landscapes in Santorini. The ideal time to watch this magnificent view is in the afternoon and sunset. The most memorable view of the Greek sunset is the Caldera.

Day 6


After two of Greece’s most exciting islands, your stop will be Symi. You will have plenty of time to relax on this island, known for its calm and quiet life. You can find empty beaches on this island where you can observe the more traditional lifestyle of Greek culture. After enjoying the sun on the warm sands, immerse yourself in the cool waters.

The island is also famous for many summer festivals. Symi Festival is held every year between July and September. You can spend the rest of your time traveling around historic churches before returning to your luxury charter yacht.

The island of Symi is famous for its calm and quiet as well as its hospitable people. Don’t forget to stop by in the charming town of Galios to enjoy true hospitality and an atmosphere of what traditional Greece looks like. . Besides the fishing boats adorning the harbor, the taverns lined up along the coastline are worth seeing.

Day 7


The island of Rhodes is the largest and most popular of the Dodecanese islands in Greece. The historical island, which has been used as a living space since ancient times, is quite crowded.

After your resting time at Symi, the busy and bustling life of the island of Rhodes can be good. There are many historical places, castles and structures on the island, which is used in some way throughout history. You will certainly have no trouble finding souvenirs on the island, which is famous for its local wines.

Monolithos castle is a great spot to start the day on the island of Rhodes. Above the settlements on the island, these ruins offer incredible views of the island and a magical view of medieval times. Built in 1480, this castle was designed to defend the island from enemy attacks. Inside the castle there is a chapel still in use. Access to the castle is not easy due to the high stone stairs.

The Old Town, descending towards the sea level, is another historical sight not to be missed. Medieval city walls can be a great backdrop for eye-catching holiday photos. You can find a nice restaurant in the city to watch the unforgettable sunset views. You can also try a short tour of the city walls for the most fascinating photos.

Day 8

You will reach Fethiye on the last day of your Greek Islands Blue Cruise. Fethiye is attractive with its rock tombs, ancient ruins and light blue waters.

After a great breakfast on your luxury yacht, explore the hidden corners of beautiful Fethiye. First, you can go to Telmessos Theater. This ancient city of Telmessos is the foundation of the modern city you see today. The Hellenistic ancient theater was discovered in the 1990s and proved to be a popular tourist destination for those interested in history and culture.

The tomb of Amyntas can also be seen in Fethiye, which is very rich in king tombs. Fethiye offers natural, historical and tourist spots to finish your luxury charter yacht tour, giving you time to think about planning your next tour.