Duration
8 hours
Type of Tour
Sailing Or Boat Tour
Sun And Beach
Day Trips And Excursions
Difficulty
Easy
Language
English
German
Covid update
Price
from 30 €

3 islands Cruise from Kos

Εxperience a day sailing at the amazing Aegean Sea

About This Tour

Surely, this is one of the most enjoyable excursions that you could choose, if you are looking for a chance to experience a day sailing at the amazing Aegean Sea with a real Greek “Kaiki” (wooden boat).

The trip starts with a stop at Kalymnos Island which is famous all over the world for the high quality of its natural sponges, fished by the inhabitants from May to October.

A visit to a sponge factory is organized, where you will be informed about the very hard but charming life of the fishermen and about the sponges. You will then have lunch at one of the typical island Taverns and after lunch you will be free to visit Pothia, the capital town of Kalymnos. The second stop is at the tiny Island of Platy where you will have the opportunity to swim in the open sea. Your last stop will be the island of Pserimos, well known for its beautiful main beach.

As soon as the boat arrives there you will have plenty of time for sunbathing and swimming in the clear and warm waters. 

Free cancellation 48 h before the tour

Also included

  • Tranportation to and from your hotel
  • Boat ticket
  • Lunch and drinks

Excluded

  • Tips and gratuities

What You May Need

  • Walking shoes
  • Camera
  • Sunscreen
  • Sun hat
  • Swimwear
  • Beach towel

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