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Sunny Paradise: The Dodecanese Islands Complex

The complex of Dodecanese islands is one of the sunniest areas in Greece, making it an ideal destination for a sailing adventure. These islands are strategically located in the southeastern side of Greece, nestled between the Cyclades and the coasts of Turkey.

An Archipelago of Beauty and History

This specific complex of islands consists of 12 main islands and islets, boasting amazing and peaceful beaches, medieval architecture, traditional villages, significant archaeological findings, and Byzantine monuments, setting a picturesque backdrop for any yacht charter.

Rhodes and Kos: Cosmopolitan Jewels of the Dodecanese

The most popular and largest islands in the Dodecanese are Rhodes and Kos. These two cosmopolitan destinations host a great number of tourists from every part of the world, promising unforgettable holidays and being perfect starting points for a Dodecanese yacht charter.

Hidden Gems and Adventurous Activities

Karpathos, Kalymnos (one of the top rock climbing destinations in the world), Patmos with its mystic and spiritual character, and Leros (a popular diving destination) also belong to the Dodecanese complex of islands and are worth a visit. For those looking for less-known islands, consider sailing to Astypalaia, Nisyros, Symi, Kasteloriso, Kassos, Tilos, and Halki. These locations are perfect for those who choose to rent a boat in the Dodecanese islands.

Secluded Serenity: Exploring the Islets of the Dodecanese

Apart from the twelve main islands, there are some smaller islets such as Pserimmos, Telendos, Arki & Marathi, that offer peaceful and quiet holidays on secluded beaches — a perfect retreat when you charter a boat.

Start Your Sailing Journey with NAUTILIA Yachting

Start your Dodecanese yacht charter sailing holiday in Greece with a sailing yacht or catamaran from Rhodes or Kos, situated in the Dodecanese islands complex.

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