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We took a tour to the island of Symi and it was as beautiful as had been described to us. Other than the old town of Rhodes, Symi gives you the authentic taste of Greece that you crave. The houses are colourful and beautiful, the...More
Excellent value ( 7.00 euros) trip to monastery and beach. Driver stopped off twice on route for photographs, which was worth the fare in itself. Good taverna at beach with free sunbeds. ( Bus doesn't stay, but returns at arranged time ).
Symi island is a small island but you will get there by boat at 13:00h pm, so you will have not too much time to see the island. There's a small fun train if you take it you will only get to a panoramic place...More
We went on the Panormitis and Marathounda tour and enjoyed the day very much. Our driver was really nice. The goats on the beach at Marathounda were amusing. If you have any food they will come straight over to you and try and take it...More
Symi is beautiful, and there is a beach near by with amazing clear crystal water.
the famous tall coloured houses, they are 3 colours really gorgeous.
Plenty of gift shops,some of the shops sell natural sea sponges among other souvenirs.
and a lots of nice...More
We got the ferry from Kos to Symi on the 23rd of June ,were we met by one of the staff of Kyriaki Studios apartments .He drove us to our holiday apartment up in the village on the hillside overlooking the harbour,fantastic location and 25meter...More
We loved Symi, we got the express
Dodekanisos boat from Rhodes which was great from Kolona port took 50 minutes. Symi harbour very nice, we walked up the famous steps to Chorio which was very authentic and worth a look. Steps were manageable if you're...More
We booked to go to Panormitis, with an added swim stop at Marathounda Beach.
I have been to the Monastery several times, but Marathounda was a first. The beach itself was large pebbles, so wear some sea shoes to go in & out of the...More