8 days / 7 nights
Join our optional tours in Kalymnos.
Or rent a car and follow our itinerary by your own!!!
Arrival in the airport of Kos and transfer to Mastichari port.
Departure to Kalymnos. Rest day Free.
Important note: The itinerary is based on flight arrivals in Kos island until 19.00 every day. In case of arrivals later than 19.00 will be need overnight in Kos. The same note is existing for the departures from Kos airport earlier than 11.00 every morning. Mythos Holidays will try to keep the same cost for the package but may will need extra charge as the packages are calculated without overnight in Kos.
Live the experience of the island tour of Kalymnos. Pick up from hotel and we take you on a picturesque trip to Vathy, the fjord of the island and the main town of Pothia. In Pothia you will make a visit to the Sponge warehouse where natural sponges are treated and shaped the Kalymnian House showing how Kalymnians would traditionally live and to Agios Savvas the most famous monastery on the island.
You will see the magnificent views of our impressive landscape from lush valleys to seaside settlements, impressive architecture and turquoise bays. Many of the roads you will travel are parallel to the coast offering incredible views over the surrounding waters and neighboring islands.
Taking in all the best of the island has to offer, our guide will give you the history and the local information taking you on a journey through time. The Island Tour can be offered in various languages and on different days.
Enjoy yourself and get to know this beautiful island all in one day!
The 3 islands Cruise is by far the most preferred choice, offering you an all-round experience as we venture off the coast of Kalymnos and you can see the stunning coast line.
We visit Vathy, the attraction is the little harbour of Rina. From the sea, we access by a slender twisting inlet that’s more like a fjord than anything you’d expect to find on a Greek island. Whilst in Rina you can relax in the quayside tavernas, find the pond full of giant fish, or swim in the beautiful clear water.
We next make a stop at Plati, a small island in between Pserimos and Kalymnos. Where you’ll find a small church called Saint Nikolaos. From the small beach or our boat you can take a swim or snorkel in the crystal blue sea.
We also sail to the island of Pserimos. In Pserimos you’ll find a spectacular beach, which has beautiful fine white sand and a great atmosphere with small beach cafes. This beach is perfect for all the family.
If you are really lucky you might catch a chance to see some of the many dolphins which swim around Kalymnos
Visit the neighbor island of Kalymnos and explore the virgin landscape of it.
Telendos is ideal for a one-day excursion from Kalymnos but not only ... Prefer to stay more days as the crystal clear sea, the fresh and traditional food in the fish taverns and the tranquility of the landscape combined with the complete lack of roads and cars will impress you you can relax. Apart from these, Telendos is offered for exploration as you will find ruins of a Roman city, a castle, some churches, there is also a climbing scene and the view of a truly sunny sunset ...
You will swim on the clear blue coasts as the island, despite its small size, has impressive beaches. Almost all are accessible by land, in some access is more difficult but if you are looking for isolation you will definitely be compensated! The beaches are literally deserted so be sure to have it with you that you will need. On the other hand, if you arrive by boat, the island is ideal for sailing and coastal exploration!.
If you like hiking and exploration, one of two small routes to get to know it better. Visit the ruins of the impressive Early Christian temple of St. Constantine, built in the 7th century. Also interesting is the route to the Early Christian necropolis. You will follow the dirt path that starts to the left of the harbor, you will pass through the pine forest and at Tholaria you will meet the Paleochristian Necropolis of Telendos, one of the most important archaeological monuments of the island. There are nine tombstones in the form of vaulted buildings (the name of the area - Tholaria).
10.00 departure transfer from your hotel to the port of Kalymnos.
11.00 Arrival in Pserimos transfer to hotel.
Rest day free
Avlaki is the port, the village. Here are the tavernas, the single supermarket, and a long stretch of beach with golden sand and limpid waters.
For relative seclusion, try those “around the back:” Vathis, Panaghia Grafiotissa and Marathontas have sand and fine shingle, lapped by blue waters, and it will take you half an hour to reach them from Avlaki, climbing up and down moderate hills. Another 15 minutes will get you to Tafos Beach, but make sure you have the right shoes, because you’ll be walking over craggy terrain, with just the goats for company. (Locals often tell you that, on Pserimos, you don’t need anything, even shoes, but don’t believe them.) Alternatively, the fishermen would be more than happy to take you there by boat.
'Pserimos’ tavernas are all-day haunts that also serve breakfast. Usually, this includes eggs, dairy products and honey – all local. The salads all come with delicious capers – the cliffs are full of them, and it is no coincidence that the island is also called Kappari (the Greek word for “caper”). For lunch or dinner, head to the family-owned taverna Manòlas. The owner raises his own animals, produces his own cheese and olive oil, and even catches a lot of the seafood he serves.
It’s evening, and you’re sitting on the beach with a drink in your hand and the hiss of the surf in your ears, and from one of the tavernas there’s the distant laughter of a group of friends. Then the moon appears, and a general shout rises up all at once from everyone, especially if it’s a full moon, and a whole happy crowd hurries over to join you on the beach, staring up at the glorious spectacle.
08.00 Check out from hotel and transfer to port of Pserimos.
08.30 Departure to Mastichari where our bus will pick you up to transfer you direct in the airport of Kos island.