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Crete: Day Trip to Chrissi Island by Bus and Boat

1. Crete: Day Trip to Chrissi Island by Bus and Boat

Travel from select locations on Crete by bus to the the town of Ierapetra and board a comfortable boat. Set sail towards the island of Chrissie and stop to swim and sunbathe at pristine beaches or take a stroll through cedar forests.  Choose from tour options that offer hotel pickup from many of Crete's towns. Hop aboard a spacious bus and relax on the ride to Ierapetra. Take in the stunning port as you board the boat and embark on your adventure to Chrissi Island.   Cruise to this uninhabited island around that is around 15 kilometers south of Ierapetra. This small island is only 7 kilometers in length and covers an area of 4,743 kilometers. Admire its golden sands and its rare variety of Lebanon cedars.  Anchoring on the south side of the island, head to the nearby beach for swimming and sunbathing. Walk a path that runs through the island and the cedar forest to the otherworldly beach of Chrissi Ammos. Have the option to hunt for seashells, check out the rockier coast of the island, or make the trek to the island’s lighthouse. Swim in turquoise waters and soak up the sun in this magical and totally undisturbed place of natural beauty. Return to the port in Ierapetra by boat, taking in views of the fort as you land. Transfer by bus back to your accommodation. 

Adamas: Half day Morning Cruise With Lunch Kleftiko & More

2. Adamas: Half day Morning Cruise With Lunch Kleftiko & More

Discover the striking coastline of Milos on a comprehensive boat tour around the island. Sail all the way from Adamantas to Cape Vani and Agia Kiriaki. Explore breathtaking beaches, caves, and rock formations. Taste delicious meals and sip on as many drinks as you wish. Set sail in Adamantas, navigating away from Milos and toward Arkoudes, a complex of lava rocks off the coast. Pass by the fishing villages of Skinopi, Klima, Areti, and Fourkovouni before heading to the impressive Cape Vani. Dive off the boat into the clear waters of Kalogries, your first swim stop. Move on to the stunning cave of Sikia and admire its incredible natural structure. Visit the old pirate bay of Kleftikos and enjoy plenty of time to swim among white rocks and numerous caves. Explore colorful underwater spots with the help of the onboard snorkel gear. End your journey in Agia Kiriaki, on the south of the island, and be transported by van back to your starting point in Adamantas.

Boat ride & Lunch in Messinia, Greece

3. Boat ride & Lunch in Messinia, Greece

Depending on availability, you will visit either a small, coastal village village 50km (31 mi) from Kalamata and 12’ away from Pylos coastal town or arrive at Kalamata’s port. Both places are located in Messinia region, in Peloponnese. Only available in June, July and August, excluding official holidays. Part 1: Arrival at the port of a small village or in Kalamata's Port Depending on availability of the boat, you'll arrive either in a small, coastal village in Navarino Bay or at the Port of Kalamata and meet Maria, a passionate food lover and local host, and then your boat captain, who will welcome you with a great smile! Part 2: Boat Ride to Navarino Bay or in Messinian Gulf (depending on availability) You’ll take an amazing boat ride in Navarino Bay or in Messinian Gulf. Whatever the case it may be, in both experiences, you will discover the history of the islands and the area, while you’ll enjoy the ride. While there, you can also snorkel, fish or swim in the deep blue, crystal clear waters! Part 3: Full Lunch at a local seaside or a village restaurant Your amazing experience will conclude with a full, mouthwatering lunch either at a village restaurant just 15' away from Navarino Bay or at a local seaside restaurant just 15' away from Kalamata with traditional local delicacies, food and drinks!

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Excellent trip. We were blessed with good weather and a nice mix of a total of 10 people. Everyone seem to thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The trips to the tiny caves and cove via small boats have been really amazing. Made 3 or may be 4 stops for swimming. The two guides have been excellent and do look after the group. One of the guide was on his last boat trip as he will be going back to get his master after this trip. Food and drinks were plentiful and all homemade good quality. If you want a lot of meat and carbohydrates then you will be disappointed though. Highly recommended.

What a wonderful trip & way to see Milos! The crew was excellent, the boat was nice, & the sailing was fairly smooth! The water & places they take you to are absolutely breathtaking. They also take you out several times to go into different caves! There’s a lot of time to swim & relax. The food we had on board was also really delicious - we were shocked that the lunch was actually so good!! We had a wonderful time with our group & crew. We would highly recommend!

We had a fantastic day on the water. The places visited were all heavenly and the crew took very good care of us. A must do and our favorite day of the holiday!

This was the best part of our trip! The locations, guides and food was absolutely perfect. Highly suggest!

The crew was absolutely fantastic. Really enjoyable afternoon on the water