Bodrum to Bodrum 7 Days Yacht Itinerary

Once a simple and charming fishing village, the town of Bodrum is today a Turkish city where the landmark is the imposing Castle of St. Peter. The Kara Ada cave with its warm waters, its windswept beaches, and sparkling waters are an extraordinary experience to live in this place. Its port is the departure and arrival point of this cruise that gently touches Turkey and then jumps from one Greek island to another.



Day 1

Bodrum → Kos

After leaving the port of Bodrum, you can sail aboard the yacht for about 40 minutes to Kos, a fascinating island in the southeast of the Aegean Sea, rich in history, landscapes, and nightlife. The most picturesque places are Kardamena, with a beach bathed by emerald waters, and the beautiful Mastichari with an almost Caribbean flavor and where, from its small marina, it is possible to reach the nearby Kalymnos island, beautiful and wild.


Day 2

Kos → Patmos

It is one of the smallest islands in the Aegean Sea, mystical, barren, and sunny, which you can reach by catamaran in about 2 hours from Kos. Among the many beaches surrounding the island, there is Livadi Geranou beach, wild and sandy, with deep blue waters. Psili Ammos, to the south, has Caribbean blue water with spectacular white sand. Diakofti beach, to the north, is a small bay with extraordinarily transparent waters.


Day 3

Patmos → Mykonos

Onboard your yacht you can reach Mykonos in about 3 hours from Patmos. It is a cosmopolitan island with intense nightlife. It has 81 km of coastline: in the north, the landscape is rocky, while in the southern part the beaches are sandy. The wonderful beach of Psarou is located along the southwest coast, while Agios Sostis is remote and wild. Houlakia beach, in the north, is instead recommended for those who love nature.


Day 4

Mikonos → Paros

In the Cyclades group, Paros, 45 minutes from Mykonos, gives you the opportunity to swim in the clear waters of the beaches but is also the ideal destination for those who love water sports because of the wind blowing strong and steady. In Parikia, you can contemplate the seawater sculptures called Kolymbithres: the golden sand embroidered around the rocks and smoothed by the wind, and the sea has created incredible shapes.


Day 5

Paros → Milos

Leaving Paros early in the morning you can reach this beautiful island in about 3 hours. It has a unique charm thanks to its unusual land morphology, where the coast has been engraved in infinite inlets. Sarakiniko is a unique place with a lunar landscape where you can dive to enjoy the deep blue of the sea. Papafragas, to the north, has three small channels that run through high rocks into the sea, forming caves and arches.


Day 6

Milos → Santorini

Santorini is only 2 hours from Milos: due to its geological peculiarities, its past, and its impressive unique scenery in the Aegean Sea it differs from the rest of the Cyclades. The Caldera cliff, formed by the explosion of an ancient volcano, today results in a wonderful natural spectacle that you can observe from your yacht. The beaches are made up of dark pebbles and black sand from which you can admire the town of Oia, perched on the cliffs and wonderful at sunset.


Day 7

Santorini → Astypalea

The last stop on this itinerary is the small island of Astypalaia with crystal clear waters, located just over 2 hours from Santorini. The capital with its famous castle overlooks the windmills and makes the landscape extraordinary. You can explore its small coves with the unique beaches accessible only from the sea. The close Livadi Island, with citrus groves and vineyards, has the most beautiful beaches, cafes, and restaurants.


Day 8

Astypalea → Bodrum

Leaving Astypalaia in the morning, in 2 hours and 15 minutes, you and your catamaran will reach the Bodrum port at around 12:00.

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