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Santorini Full-Day Guided Sightseeing Tour
"Spend a day on a private-guided tour exploring excavations of Akrotiri a prehistoric Bronze Age city frozen in time by ash that fell during the Minoan volcanic eruption 3600 years ago. Some speculate that this is the origin of the mythical city of Atlantis.Admire the elaborate drainage system sophisticated multi-storied buildings magnificent wall paintings and excavated furniture and vessels that show the former settlement's great prosperity.Next
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Dalaman River Rafting from Marmaris
"The journey from Marmaris will start about 7:30 after everybody is picked up from their hotels. On the way as it is early in the morning you will have a breakfast stop. With breakfast the bus ride will be about 1.5 hours to Dalaman River. The rafting park is approximately 11 km with difficulty level as 3-4. No matter if you are an experienced rafter or a beginner; you will truly enjoy the adventure of being in the heart of wil you will get your helmets and safety equipment’s and ready to raft. As a group of 5-6 people on the boat
From EUR41.00
 
Private Dalyan Iztuzu River Boat Caunos Tour with Private Guide
"When you arrive to the port of Marmaris your private guide will be waiting to lead you to your own luxury vehicle in which you can relax as your private shore excursion. Depart from port of Marmaris and drive to Dalyan for an excellent experience in Dalyan. Here you will board your river boat (a local wooden boat with diesel motor) and travel to Caunos an ancient site on the waters of Dalyan River.Dock at the pier of ancient Caunos and disembark for a tour of the fascinating Hellenistic settlement that lies there. Explore the very well – preserved theater as well as the impressive Byzantine Basilica.After your tour of Caunos heading to Iztuzu Caretta Caretta Beach for an unforgettable leisure. Seeing Caretta Carettas and return to your river boat for the ride back to Dalyan and to Marmaris Port."""
From EUR515.00

More Things to Do in Symi Island

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Nos Beach

Nos is a very small and quiet beach close to Symi Town and the harbor area. There are plenty of lounge chairs and umbrellas for you to relax under. If you are hungry or thirsty, then visit the...
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Walking Around The Coast

We had a day of drizzle and dull weather one day and decided to walk a little way round the coast. We ended up getting soaked as it poured down and had to shelter in an unfinished building.Here we met...
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Panormitis Monastery

This is the monastery of Taxiarchis Mihalail Panormitis.It's probably the trip that everyone goes on and certainly the first place we saw on Symi. Most trip boats from Rhodes to Symi call here enroute...
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Walk Up To Chorio

While staying in Gialos, Symi's port, a" must do" is to climb the steps (Kali Strata) and walk the narrow alleys to the old town of Chorio. Apart from the views over the port, which are stunning, the...
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Cameras At The Ready.....

Once you've arrived on Symi, you will need to have your camera at the ready at all times. A very scenic island with it's old houses tumbling down the hill to the port, set against an arrid...
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Pedi

In 1985, Pedi, situated on a narrow inlet, was little more tha a fishing hamlet with a thin strip of shingly beach, one cafeneon and a new hotel which looked out of place, being so modern and swish...
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Panormitis

Panormitis is the most important monastery on Symi and the second most important in the Dodecanese (St John in Patmos claims first prize for that) and thus is on most people's itinerary when they...
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Overland to Panormits

Panormitis Monastery can be reached by the day trip excursions from Rhodes as part of the package - we could have got the 2pm ferry from Symi on our way back to Rhodes and incorporated a visit to the...
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Refugees

During our BBQ lunch on the boat trip these 4 young Afghanistan male refugees appeared - they must have travelled via Turkey which is so close to Symi. Apparently this is a quite a common occurence as...
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Aghios Georgios

Aghios Georgios (St Georges) is one of the most dramatic coves on Symi - we didn't actually get to here - just saw from a distance as we sailed from Rhodes to Symi. Its only accessible by a taxi-boat...
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Sailing around Symi

There's nothing better than being sailed around, enjoying the scenery, being served up a delicious BBQ lunch and having a swim in one of the many bays around Symi - I really enjoy it. The boats...
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Police Search

Well the captain of our boat had to inform the local police about the refugees. They soon appeared in their boat but instead of picking up the young lads they made a tour round the bay to see if...
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Relaxing in Pedi

From Pedi you can take a water taxi to Aghios Nicholas - or walk it in about 20 miutes over a rocky up and down red paint daubed path if feeling more energetic. I was too lazy to do either - plus my...
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View above Chorio

Its worth climbing high above Chorio - by walking or by bus which goes further onto Panormitis. There are far reaching views over Symi town in one way and over to Pedi Bay in the other direction - our...
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"Snapshots of Symi Island"
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"Symi For A Few Days"
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"Symi - Island of Dreams"
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"SYMI"
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"BEAUTIFUL SIMI"
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