Best Regions for Blue Cruise


When we think of the Greek islands, we think of lands that are the cradle of historical, cultural and natural richness. The turquoise sea shining like crystal, Greek houses and narrow streets intertwined with nature. Vines and bougainvillea swaying from balconies. The Greek Islands radiate a constant joy in the calm, silence and tranquility of the Greek Islands with their subtle fun music heard on the streets. As such, we are already dizzy with peace. On top of that; we find ourselves at a delicious table of delicious seafood accompanied by the sunset. Octopus, shrimp and all kinds of delicious fish are accompanied by Greek salads with olive oil and cheese. As the conversation flows, accompanied by the waves crashing on the shore, sweet wines in liqueur glasses are served. We see the balance of serenity, joy and freedom of its nature and streets on the tables. Naturally, we understand the mood of the scientists, astronomers and mathematical geniuses who came out of these lands centuries ago.

Living in this magnificent atmosphere seems to have inspired him to philosophize. Pythagoras, Aristotle, Aristarchus… And then there is Epicourus. According to rumors, he was the first thinker and scientist to claim that the earth rotated. These islands have been the special lands of civilization for thousands of years. As Naviga Charter company, we have been serving vacationers who want to visit this magnificent paradise for years. For 11 years; we have been contributing to your holiday experience in motor yacht charter, luxury gulet charter, private jet charter, helicopter tours, VIP Transfer services. If you want to have a luxurious, comfortable and trouble-free vacation, you are at the right address. Although thousands of people are now regulars, we continue to work to introduce this blue paradise to you. We would like to give you a little information about the inspiringly beautiful Greek islands. So you will be ready to set your route and set your sails.


IOS is a mountainous island with cliffs and beautiful beaches and one of the most beautiful beaches in Greece. The lively town of Ios is located northwest of the port of Ormos. From Ios, it is possible to reach the lively Cycladic village of Hora via a steep pedestrian-only road. Ios is also famous for its fun nightlife. The desserts and ice creams, which resemble our waffles but taste completely different, are a must try.

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Pothia Port is the center of Kalymnos, where people have been living off sponges for centuries.

We can also call Pothia Port an ancient harbor. Although it is a small harbor, it is frequented by yachtsmen. It has beautiful beaches such as Massouri, Mirties and Vlyhadia.


The birthplace of Hippocrates, considered the father of medicine, is Kos Island. And the Asclepion, the most well-known health center of the ancient world, can also be visited here. Everyone with health problems in the Eastern Mediterranean is treated on the island of Kos (Kos). Kos is the second largest of the Dodecanese Islands and has a mild climate and very fertile soil. The island has a 560 year old tree, a 211 year old fountain and many beaches. Kos is one of the islands with the best nightlife. The street of bars called Nafklirou is a very crowded, lively and colorful street.


It is possible to reach Leros Island by ferry from Bodrum Turgutreis.12 is one of the islands closest to the Aegean Sea. Leros is a mountainous Green Island with wide and deep coastal areas, many bays and villages. You can visit Platanos, the center of the island, with steep stairs, narrow streets and flower gardens. It is 300 steps from Platanos to see the castle of Leros; you can rent a bike or explore the island on foot.

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Lipsi has crystal blue waters and wonderful beaches. The town center has a beautiful square with white houses, many cafeterias, taverns and restaurants. In the city center; the boutique, natural harbor on the island is also located. The churches of Catopanaghia (7th century) and Panopanaghia (15th century) are worth visiting.


Mykonos is undoubtedly the liveliest and most famous of the islands in the Mediterranean. It is also known as a popular destination for high society. Mykonos is known for its nightlife, white houses and sandy beaches. Here are some of the details you should definitely add for a trip to Chora. Windmills, Parapotiani Church, maritime and Cycladic museums, shops of famous fashion designers and small Venetian cafes are among the main places you can visit. By the way, don't forget to meet the mascot of Mykonos, the Pelican "Petros".


Naxos Island is the largest and most central island of the Cyclades. As you approach the island by boat, you see two small islands to the right and left of the harbor. One of them has the small church of Myrtidiotissa on it and the other one is known as Palatia, which is connected to the city of Naxos. Portara, a majestic gateway, is an ancient marble temple dedicated to Apollo.


The volcano of Nisyros Island, which erupted in 1422, is still active. Walking around the crater, where you can see gases boiling underground, is a thrilling experience. The village of Nikea, on the shore of the crater, consists of a mosaic square and white streets.


Paros is located in the center of the Aegean Sea. Paros Island is famous for its fine white marble. Naussa Port, an ancient harbor; is one of the must-see places. There are 3 villages on an open plain on the eastern side of the island. There are also ruins of ancient cities in these villages. These are; Dragulas, Marmara and Tsipidos (Chipidos). These three villages are also known as Kefalos villages. Kefalos is the name of a steep and high hill and on this hill is the Monastery of Saint Antonios, an abandoned monastery.


Patmos Island is a volcanic island in the Aegean Sea. It is located on the Aegean coast of Turkey called Asia Minor; south of the island of Samos and west of Miletus. Patmos Island is famous in history as the place of exile of St. John.

"I am John ..... "I John was here on an island called Patmos, spreading the word of God and bearing witness to Jesus" (Revelation 1:9).

It is believed that this apostle was also somehow influenced by the image of the island and wrote the last chapter of the Gospel, the Revelation, in visions he had here. The place where he had these visions is shown as a cave between today's Patmos town center and the hill. You may also want to visit this sophisticated atmosphere.


Rhodes is the largest of a group of 12 islands. It has the best preserved and largest medieval city in Europe. It is also a very popular vacation destination due to its 300 days of sunshine on average throughout the year. Since it was under Italian rule for a while, today it has a rare beauty with its architecture and history from all three cultures. The main port of Rhodes is the city of Rhodes, which bears the same name as the island. Other popular areas of Rhodes Island are Lindos and Kamiros respectively. A walk through the narrow, cobbled streets of this old medieval city, which is still surrounded by 12-meter thick walls, gives you a sense of the Middle Ages. You can also check out Rhodes' famous nightlife.


Santorini was a single island at the time of the Minoan civilization. 3600 years ago, it was a single island after a volcanic eruption; the oldest civilizations of the time were destroyed by this eruption. Geographically, today's geological caldera was formed. It became an archipelago by forming a large lake surrounded by three steep cliffs. Santorini, with its natural beauty and vibrant nightlife, has become an indispensable destination for high society in Europe. Imerovigli and Oia, the capital Fira and other major towns that stretch from the top of the cliffs to the lake are must-sees.


Symi is a mountainous Greek island. The islanders once made a living from shipbuilding and sponge diving, and the population grew to 22,500. Today Symi's only source of income is tourism and the local population is around 2,500.

The inland is dotted with small plains, while the coastline is lined with cliffs, beaches and safe coves. The largest city is located on the northeast coast and bears the same name as the island. The harbor and its surroundings are called "Yialos" and the upper part is called "Hora". One of the most famous buildings of the island is the Panormitis Monastery built in the name of Michael. Today, the holy Monastery of the Archangels has loyal guests from all over the world.

All these beautiful places are worth visiting for their historical texture, tranquility, turquoise sea and wonderful flavors.

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