Nestled between the Greek Islands of Kosand Kalymnos, Pserimos is an often over-looked destination. With around two dozen houses, a church, a little mini-market, a few thousand goats and a couple of tavernas, Pserimos is an idyllic escape once the day trippers leave back for Kos mid-afternoon. There are only about 35 permanent inhabitants, and even fewer in the winter months. This is the place to come to really get to know the locals. Our favorite friends include Sevasti Pikou who runs a traditional Greek kitchen by the same name out of her home with her family of four generations and serves a goat in red sauce to die for. Pserimos is so intimate that it even has its own gmail account (firstname.lastname@example.org). Drop us a line for a customized itinerary that includes this beautiful island.
As of 24 July, 2015, Yesil Marmaris Lines will introduce a new direct ferry service between Bodrum and the Northern Dodecanese Greek island of Leros. The ferry is ''Kartepe'' with a passenger capacity of 430 persons. The trip duration is approximately 45 minutes at a cost of 57 Euro return.
Of course, reaching Leros on a private gulet is far more fun!
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The only continually populated island since antiquity in the Gulf of Fethiye is Sövalye Adasi, recently featured by CNN as one of the top 15 unheard of islands in the world.
With only a scattering of homes, two restaurants and no vehicular traffic, Sovalye is ideal to explore by foot, only 15 minutes from Fethiye itself and can easily be incorporated as part of a Blue Cruise.
Used as a base by Christian crusaders, Sovalye has submerged ruins and remnants of Byzantine architecture, though much was destroyed in the 1950s earthquake.
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