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29/06/2020

Blue Cruises in Symi

Symi is one of the most important historical islands in the Dodecanese region of the Aegean Sea. There are some wonderful historical buildings and natural beauties on the island. The famous sculptor Valsamis built the Clock Tower in 1881. The historic tower gives a nostalgic atmosphere to the center of Simi. Archangel Mikhael Monastery is located on the seaside of Simi Island in the southwest. This is the island’s most famous and magnificent structure. Built in the early 18th century, where the priests still live, this monastery houses unique Byzantine frescoes and icons carved into complex shapes. Besides the natural beauties of Symi Island, there are a lot of places to see all around the island. If you want to discover Symi deeply, we offer the best services of blue cruises in the Symi Islands with our special yachts and gulets.

The Symi Island, the secluded villages with its monasteries, the neoclassical charming little houses, the narrow streets, and the coves, and the visitors are amazed by the visitors. Narrow paths in Symi Island, which has beautiful beaches, lead visitors to the depths of history. Blue Cruises in Symi will be an unforgettable holiday for you.

 

 

Generally, the concept of a blue cruise means having a yacht or gulet tour around amazing bays, beaches, and natural destinations in a determined period with a special route. Blue cruises are in different destinations but located close to each other. In different countries, there will be different blue cruise routes. For Greece, the most popular route is Athens – Rhodes – Kos – Athens.

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Private Gulet Charter

€ 10,250 /week
Capacity:17
Cabins:8
€ 11,900 /week
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