Patmos: Pilgrimage & Windmills
Patmos is the northernmost Dodecanese Island in the Aegean Sea. With over 300 hours of sunlight per year, Patmos is a perfect place to charter a yacht and explore the quiet coastline.
Though it has evolved over the centuries, it has not lost its air of tranquillity, and those who visit often return time and again, such is the allure of the island.
From countless beaches and harbours, to UNESCO World Heritage Sites, there’s plenty to keep your interest on a charter holiday.
Patmos is the most religious of the Greek Islands as well as the heartland of Christian pilgrimage. Favoured by orthodox believers, St. John the Apostle mentioned the island in his Book of Revelations, in which he was exiled to Patmos and had visions of Jesus in a cave.
Visit the Cave of the Apocalypse, together with the Monastery of St. John the Theologian and the historical centre of Chora.
The capital of Patmos, Chora, is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its pleasant streets are lined with romantic cafés and restaurants, while visitors must see the wonderful open-air museum near the Cave of the Apocalypse and watch the religious festival if there in September.
Often touted as Europe's most idyllic place to live in glossy magazines, enjoy the peaceful, historic island that is the religious centre of the Dodecanese.
Cap Ferrat: Seafood & seclusion
Providing a great anchorage, St Jean Cap Ferrat, near Villefranche, is a ragged headland where substantial private homes are just visible from the water.
The Exumas: Conch Fritter & Thunderball Cave
Only about 35 miles to the southeast from Nassau, the enticing Exumas are a vast archipelago of the 365 cays and islands, subdivided into the Exuma Cays, Little Exuma and Great Exuma.
Cyclades Islands: Romance & Relaxation
The picture-perfect Cyclades Islands are arguably the best place in Greece for honeymooners: between the scenic villages with their whitewashed houses and azure bays.