Kos Walking Tour

June 30th , 2007

Half Day Tour (am)
Kos' charm casts a spell on today’s guests as they gaze at the remarkable landmarks, which are the legacy of various cultural influences on the area. If you want to see Kos in a nutshell and feel up to walking around Kos city for a couple of hours this is the best way to see the most important monuments, dating from Mycenean, Geometric, Archaic, Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods, as well as from the Middle Ages, the Turkish occupation, and the Italian invasion. More...
Kos Island

July 1st , 2007

Full Day Tour
This is the best way to see the island of Kos in just a day. The day will be spent seeing places of natural beauty and hearing about the local history and culture. We begin the tour from Hippocrates’ Plane tree, thought to be the oldest tree in Europe.

Our next stop will be at the Asklepieion of Kos, the most important of the ancient sites in Kos, which served as a sanctuary, where Hippocrates worked and taught. More...
Kalymnos-Pserimos Islands

July 2nd , 2007

Full Day Tour
A gentle cruise of about one and a half hours brings you to the picturesque sponge island of Kalymnos. Kalymnos is famous for being one of the few regions in Greece, where sponge diving is still practiced. On this tour you will have the chance to visit a small, family-owned sponge workshop. After lunch in a taverna, we will go to the tiny island of Pserimos for swimming. More...
Bodrum, Turkey

Tuesday July 3rd , 2007

Full Day Tour
This tour starts with a 45 min boat journey, to arrive at the city of Bodrum, on the Aegean coast of Turkey. Bodrum is located at the site of the ancient Greek city of Alicarnassos, birthplace of the historian Herodotus. Nowadays it is one of the most touristic places in Turkey and is famous for its open-air market. You can enjoy wandering around the market and may visit the medieval castle and the Mausoleum. More...
Nissyros Island

July 4th , 2007

Full Day Tour
Following departure from your hotel, we will drive to Kardamena village from where we will take the boat to Nissyros. A pleasant 1-hour cruise down the east coast of Kos will lead us to the volcanic island of Nissyros. During this trip we shall visit the volcano, explore the harbour town of Mandraki, where the majority of the population lives and also visit the picturesque monastery of Panagia Spiliani, precariously situated on a rocky hill opposite the harbour. More...
Patmos Island

July 5th, 2007

Full Day Tour
Patmos island, the "Jerusalem of the Aegean Sea" is a lovely island in its own right, but is best known as the place where St. John wrote the ‘Revelation’. The tour takes in St John’s Monastery, that is built high on a rocky hill, and the cave where St. John received the revelation. After a visit to the medieval village of Chora, you will return to Kos. More...
5-Day Boat Cruise

Saturday July 7th –Thursday July 12th The "Aegeotissa II" –cuts effortlessly through the sparkling surface of the cobalt blue Aegean waters. With three sun decks, a bar and twelve double cabins, this wooden deluxe motor sailer is a holiday on her own. Comfortable and solid, she offers all the luxury of larger ships but is more exclusive. Order a cocktail from your steward and enjoy it on the stern deck at sunset. See the distant islands set against the magnificence of the evening sun. Visit the islands of Nissyros, Tilos, Chalki, Rhodes and Symi and discover the charm of unspoilt nature and secluded beaches. More...