Day 2: On Sunday morning we'll sail southwards to Gyali, a very small volcanic island of rhyolitic obsidian lava domes and pumice deposits. It hosts a population of about 10 people and it is surrounded by crystal clear blue waters. In the afternoon we'll sail towards another volcanic island, Nisyros, much larger than Gyali. Many tourists are attracted to its picturesque villages, and the island offers amazing panoramic views. We'll moor in the port of Pali so we can rent scooters or quads to visit the crater, the Medieval Fortress and the nearby villages. We'll have dinner in Mandraki, the heart of Nisyros and enjoy some great tasting Greek cuisine and the magical sunsets
Day 3-4: The third day of our journey takes us up north towards Turkey, where we will stop and visit Knidos, which originally belonged to Ancient Greece. Archeologists have found numerous Byzantine artefacts, some of which can now be found in the British Museum, UK. The Hellenistic ruins date back to the 4th century BC, and there is a temple dedicated to the statue of Aphrodite which was found in this area.