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Travel Advice - Disruption of Boat Travel between Turkey and Greece
Boat travel between Turkey and Greece is currently prohibited - partly due to the Pandemic, and partly due to a political dispute pertaining to territorial waters. This status can change at any time.
While we do our best to keep travellers informed, please refer to Greek and Turkish government sources for official travel advice between the two countries.
If you've ever dreamt of escaping to a desert island, this is the place you need to be. Located between the islands of Halki and Rhodes, and virtually uninhabited - except by sheep and donkeys.
Home to dozens of churches and shrines, and about 300 people, this picturesque Greek island boasts the reputation as being the Greek Island of Friendship. It is also the source of the BEST ice cream in the Mediterranean.
Kastellorizo / Meis
Although it's only located a few kilometers off the coast of Turkey, this colourful island town surrounding the harbour has the distinct look and feel of Greece.
White houses and buildings form a confusing labyrinth, but there's no better way to pass the time than trying to find your way around this charming Greek village with its imposing acropolis.
Located on the southern end of the island of Symi, the small settlement of Panormitis is home to the Monastery of Archangel Michael of Panormitis and several maritime museums.
Everyone's favourite medieval walled city in Greece. Rhodes Town is actually comprised of two parts - the Old Town (the walled city) and the New Town (which surrounds it).
A quintessentially Greek town where life focuses on the harbour - and all the sea provides.