Sale Cabins The Gulf of Hisarönü, Greek islands of Symi and Rhodes from €595/passenger
One of the most beautiful golf courses of all of Turkey with the extension to the Greek islands of Symi and Rhodes, to fill the colours and discover the richness of a high place of medieval Europe, city of Knights.
Cruise information

Period. From the 1st weekend from May to the end of October

Boarding. Marmaris.

Duration. Weekly from Saturday to Saturday. 8 Days – 7 nights.

Cruise Route. From Marmaris to Marmaris.

Choice of sailboat.  Sale of cabins also for this cruise on sailboat of standard-comfort category.

Number of passengers. Eight double cabins. 6 cabins with double beds + 2 cabins with separate twin beds. This cruise welcomes up to 12 passengers.

Strong Point. Cruise in the beautiful Gulf of Hisarönü and discover the Greek islands of Symi and Rhodes  .

Your airport of arrival advised. Dalaman Airport – or Bodrum airport indifferently – or else Rhodes Airport – Greece. (then crossing by ferry to Marmaris-1h30 of crossing – 42 euros) Bodrum 

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Cruise the Gulf of Hisarönü and Greek islands of Symi and Rhodes
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Description of the itinerary of your cruise
Possibility of landing in Rhodes on Friday morning instead of finishing the itinerary in Marmaris in the afternoon of the same day


Day One:-Saturday-✈ flight to Dalaman. Airport, reception by our concierge, transfer to the marina of Marmaris, installation on board.  Dinner aboard.

Day 2:-Sunday Morning – presentation of your stay on board and departure for Bozukkale. (Sailing time = 2:00) – Dinner on board.

Day 3:-Monday-from Bozzukale to Bozburun. (Navigation = 21/2 hours).  The shores of this bay offer innonbrables bathing opportunities in sumptuous waters. You'll love it. Dinner aboard.

Day 4:-Tuesday-from Bozburun to Dirsekbuku and Datça. (about 2:30). Navigating the bay and many stopovers. Dinner aboard.

Day 5: -Wednesday-from Datça to Symi (sailing about 2:30). Symi, the Pearl Island of the Dodecanese, one of the most beautiful with its singular neo-classical style, is the birthplace of the Three Graces. The visit of the ' ' Kastro ' ' (fort) perched to the top of 500 steps that will be the place to access them. Dinner on board or free and discover the gastronomy of this small island, and in particular the Garidaki, a speciality of small shrimps not found elsewhere than on Symi. Visit to do: The monastery of Panormiti with its miraculous icon of gold and silver.

Day 6: -Thursday-from Symi to Rhodes (morning Navigation 2:45). Rhodes, major destination in Greece. The most populous city in medieval Europe is a veritable museum. A splendid medieval enclosure pierced by seven majestic gates , an enchanting setting that captivates many artists with a home, many sights to visit in the Old City. (Include the Archaeological Museum, the Palace of the Grand Master, the palace and the Hospital of the Knights of the Order, churches, apses and colonnades, flower gardens, interior courtyards.... Dinner on board or free according to your will.

Day 7: -Friday-from Rhodes to Marmaris. (3:15 Navigation). Marmaris, one of the most hospitable seaside resorts in Turkey. Dinner on board and free district in the evening well naturally.

Day 8: – Saturday – ✈ transfers. Breakfast on board and transfer to airport.


We encourage the visit of Rhodes one of our stopovers. Rhodes Archaeological Museum €3 – Rhodes the Palace of the Great Masters €6 is the 3rd most visited Momument in all of Greece.

In Rhodes, every stone, every corner of the city hides a small part of its history, at least 2,400 years old. Located at the crossroads of three continents, Rhodes has experienced an infinite number of occupants who have left the imprint of their cultures on the island: Ancient Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Knights of the Order of St. John, Ottomans and Italians. Rhodes is myth, history, a mosaic of images of yesterday and today, meeting point of artists and personalities from all over the world! We invite you to know, seize and experience this specific cultural identity of Rhodes by discovering its old town.



The archaeological museum was built in the medieval Hospital of the Knights. The construction of the latter, which dates from 1440 and which was wanted by the Grand master of Lastic using the deniers left by his predecessor Fluvian, was completed 49 years later by the Master of Aubusson. The building houses an internal courtyard framed by a two-storey gallery on which the museum's halls and workshops open. Interesting vestiges are displayed in the garden as well as in the six rooms of the floor. These vestiges, discovered during archaeological digs, date from various periods in the history of the island. In the garden, the visitor can admire sculptures and funerary steles of the Hellenistic period. Different sculptures and remnants of funeral monuments are also exhibited outside the museum.

The museum houses the following collections:

  • Menus objects of funerary ensembles of the ancient Ialysos and the ancient Kamiros of the geometric and Classical period: vases, idols, jewellery, metal objects, containers and small objects.
  • A collection of classical, Hellenistic and Roman period sculptures.
  • Mosaic soils from the Hellenistic period from the town of Rhodes and from Paleo to Karpathos.
  • Burial plates of the period of the Knights with relief representations of the dead and their weapons.



In Rhodes, every corner of the city, every stone on the island contains a parcel of its 2,400 years of history. The ancient city of Rhodes, whose construction began around 408-407 B.C., was conceived according to the Checkerboard plan invented by the great urban planner of antiquity, Hippodamus de Milet. The city of Rhodes was considered one of the most beautiful of antiquity with the most perfect organization, of which we know today the layout of streets and squares as well as the location of the buildings. In the years of its first splendour, Rhodes became one of the most important commercial and maritime centers of the eastern Mediterranean. Beyond its commercial and maritime successes, Rhodes will also occupy an important place in the field of arts, letters and philosophy. Later, although relayed to the role of a Roman province among many others, Rhodes will never lose its strategic importance in the economic and cultural life of the region, despite the years of splendour and power of the Hellenistic period being Now gone. AuIVes. A.D., the Hellenistic city occupies only the territory it will retain throughout the Byzantine period. Under the constant threat of the Arab invasions that appear as early as the 7th the city is fortified first by the Byzantines who divide the city in two: On one side, the Acropolis (on which the palace of the Grand Master will later rise) and, on the other, the city ( Bass).

In 1309 A.D., the Knights of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem settled on the island and made it their European headquarters. Rhodes will become one of the most important intermediate stations for pilgrims en route to the Holy Land. The Hospitable Knights – the name under which they are also known – reinforce the ramparts of the capital of the island which include the ancient Byzantine ramparts and encircle a territory that will exceed two-fifth of the ancient Byzantine settlement, Although less than a quarter to that formerly occupied by the Hellenistic city. An internal wall travels the city from east to west, dividing it in two. The Northern Quarter, also known as Collachium, is the administrative centre of the Habitat and includes, among others, the Grand master's Palace and the hospital. The greater South quarter, known as the Bourg, became the living heart of the city, with inhabitants of different origins – the peoples of Western Europe, the Jews and above all the Greek Orthodox Christians.

In 1522, Rhodes was conquered by the Ottoman Turks. During the Ottoman occupation of the island, the ancient city was enriched by new buildings, especially mosques and Turkish baths.

In 1912, Rhodes passed under Italian domination. In 1929, the medieval walls and cemeteries around the ditch were declared historic monuments. The ramparts are stripped of the fireworks added during the Ottoman Empire and are restored. The work continues with the reconstruction of the palace of the Grand Master and the restoration of the street of the KnightsIn order to give them the true medieval European style.

In 1948, the Dodecanese Islands are attached to the rest of Greece. After the years 1960 and the official recognition, by the Ministry of Greek Culture, of the city as a Monument of the cultural heritage, the archaeological Services under the aegis of the Ministry of Culture are building up the reconstruction of The medieval agglomeration. From 1985, the municipality of Rhodes participated in the restoration work in collaboration with the Greek archaeological Services – Ephorate of antiquities.

In 1988, the medieval city of Rhodes is included in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Network, in recognition of its unique intercultural architectural richness. The city of Rhodes is, among other things, a founding member of the Organization of World Heritage Cities upon the creation of this Organization (1993). In 2003, Rhodes successfully hosted the 7th Symposium of the Organization of World heritage cities with the participation of nearly 1000 representatives – mayors and experts – from historic cities around the world.


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