Santorini – Rhodes.

Hidden gems in the Aegean

Relaxation, Adventure and Sightseeing.

The island complex of Dodecanese in south-eastern Aegean is the sunniest corner in Greece. With crystal clear waters, endless beaches and unexplored islets, castles and ancient civilizations, imposing Byzantine and medieval monuments and unique traditional settlements, offer the perfect blend of cosmopolitan and unexplored.

Day 1


A 4000 year old history and the eternal rock continues to stand, strong and majestic, rising proudly from the sea and guarding well the secrets of Atlantis… All senses are magnified, a product of its many contrasts: black earth against whitewashed homes clinging to the cliffside, or wild volcanic sculptures against sleek Cycladic lines. 

Santorini to Astypalea 57 nm

Day 2


Astypalea, has been dubbed “The butterfly of the Aegean,” partly because of its peculiar shape and partly because of the beauty of the landscape. The westernmost island of the Dodecanese Group, boasts a centuries-old history, whitewashed villages, deep blue sea waters and sun-drenched beaches, an island rich in imagery and emotions.

Astypalea to Leros 48 nm

Day 3


Leros boasts natural harbors, coves and inlets protected from the winds, beautiful sandy or pebbly beaches – small and big ones – ideal for swimming or for water sports and picturesque towns. Numerous monuments, scattered all around the island, are proof of its long history and according to the Greek mythology, this is where the huntress goddess Artemis would go for deer hunting. Daily life follows a leisurely pace and the famous Greek hospitality is ever-present.

Leros to Kos 26 nm

Day 4


On the edge of the Dodecanese, Kos is a feast of emotion, experience and excitement. To borrow from the famous American motivators, Canfield and Hansen, it truly is ’chicken soup for the soul’, as well as the body and the eye. Hippocrates, antiquity’s most noted physician (he of the oath), was born here, on one of the most visited islands of Dodecanese.

Kos to Nisyros 24 nm

Day 5


Still untouched by mass tourism, Nisyros remains a peaceful and laid-back island. In fact, it has emerged as a great alternative destination. One of the hidden treasures of the Aegean, the small, round island of Nisyros, is well off the beaten track and has kept a retro atmosphere, but in recent years more and more people have discovered its name and are spreading the word.

Nisyros to Symi 39 nm

Day 6


Symi is an island that has a little bit of everything: beautiful surroundings, nice taverns and wonderful waters. You come here to relax, but it is not one of those islands where time stands completely still. The people on Symi live off tourism, fishing and some farming. The lovely, mountainous island, was reputed to be the birthplace of the Three Graces.

Symi to Rhodes 23 nm

Day 7


The capital of the Dodecanese islands is the fourth largest Greek island, after Crete, Evia and Lesvos, and a very popular Greek tourist destination. With 300 days of sunshine per year, Rhodes island is mostly famous for the romantic Old Town and the amazing beach resorts. The Old Town is among the best-preserved Medieval Towns of Europe, with strong walls, an impressive castle, paved paths and elegant stone mansions.

Total Itinerary – Santorini to Rhodes 217 nm

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