Hidden Treasures in the Aegean Sea

Enjoy your summer away from the hustle and bustle and prying eyes. Discover your own personal Eden, choosing for your holidays the most beautiful, hidden diamonds in the Aegean Sea.
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Speaking of summer holidays, the mind goes straight to relaxation and rest while thinking about alternative, hidden destinations away from prying eyes crowds and cosmopolitan places. There are islands that excite the imagination while providing seclusion and tranquility with undiscovered beaches, charming towns, and a true holiday atmosphere! For amazing moments, explore them like a new Robinson Crusoe! Join Let's Ferry to get schedules, ferry tickets and all the information you require!

Kastellorizo: Natural beauty and history

The southernmost border of Chora is Kastellorizo, often referred to as Megisti. The South Aegean's tiny sanctuary, which is only 800 meters from Turkey's coast, dazzles visitors with its authenticity, peace, and unspoiled natural beauty.

The picturesque KastellorizoThe picturesque Kastellorizo

With its blue, crystal-clear waters, lovely beaches, picturesque harbor, few but significant sights, and amphitheatrical mansions luring visitors from all over the world, Kastellorizo has gained worldwide fame thanks to the shots from the movie Mediterraneo. This has helped to justify its reputation as the Mediterranean's ultimate crossroads of cultures. A casual charm that blends tradition and modernity is created by the little alleys' colorful buildings and traditional cafés. Enjoy fresh fish and seafood, discover the seafloor's diversity of colors, and learn more about the island's long history. The warm and inviting environment delivers a special experience that will be remembered forever. From Rhodes, Symi, Tilos, Kos, Nisyros, Astypalaea, Patmos, Ikaria, and many other Cycladic islands, you can take a Let's Ferry to Kastellorizo.


You can find the peaceful, unwinding vacation you want on Chalki, a little island west of Rhodes. Chalki emerges as a paradise full of liveliness, authentic identity, tropical waters, and exotic beaches with a low-key but stunning Aegean scenery.


Enjoy the clarity of the water up to 40 meters deep while exploring the area's spectacular seabed, underwater caves, and shipwrecks. The island's traditional stone homes coexist peacefully with the contemporary pubs and eateries, resulting in an intriguing fusion of the past and present. Enjoy the sumptuous cuisine with Mediterranean flavors and the opulent accommodation choices. Local pottery and jewelry studios may be found in Chalki, a city renowned for its culture and art.


Pserimos, one of the Dodecanese's tiniest islands, offers the ideal vacation for utmost solitude and relaxation thanks to its sparse population and the region's purest waters.


Sunbathing, diving, recharging, hiking, taking in the view from above, or taking a day trip from another Dodecanese island are all options for how to spend your days on the island. You may also take a flight to the nearby island of Plati for an amazing exploration adventure; this island is great for scuba diving and underwater macro diving. Unwind, commune with nature, and experience true Greek hospitality. When you arrive in Kalymnos or Kos, visit Let's Ferry to purchase your Pserimos tickets.


The northernmost island in the Small Eastern Cyclades, also known as the island where Theseus hid Ariadne, is a source of inspiration and a pleasant surprise for every traveler with its gorgeous towns and clear waters.

Beach in DonousaBeach in Donousa

The intricate coastline and its secret coves provide quality and complete freedom during your vacation. You can unwind anyway you wish away from prying eyes and throngs of people. Enjoy regional flavors and traditional cuisine while observing the simplicity and unspoiled beauty of the surroundings against the backdrop of the boundless blue sea. Donoussa is renowned for its avant-garde arts and culture. It's not uncommon to stumble into festivals and exhibitions of regional artists that dabble in Cycladic inventiveness. Join Let's Ferry to learn about routes from Piraeus, Astypalaia, or Irakleia.


Anafi is a tiny, lonely island that boasts wonderful waters, unusual beaches, and natural splendor. It provides a unique holiday experience and is great for family outings and people looking for peace and quiet.

Sacred Monastery of Virgin Mary the KalamiotissaSacred Monastery of Virgin Mary the Kalamiotissa

The old neighborhood, with its white stone homes and small courtyards, combines seamlessly with the upscale hotels and bars that offer top-notch services. Explore routes that lead to scenic locations, hike through breathtaking scenery, and rest and unwind on beaches. Whatever your inclinations, Anafi is a real place with a focus on quality that will win your heart. Arrive quickly and affordably from Crete, the Cyclades and Piraeus.


Irakleia, the largest and westernmost island of the Small Cyclades, is your choice if you long for endless hours of sunbathing in the company of your significant other, your book, a cool coffee, your thoughts, the ideas of a new project, your company, or your family, if what you seek is quality without fanfare and trendy worldliness.

The wild beauty of IrakleiaThe wild beauty of Irakleia

A stroll through Chora will present you to the true magic of the Cyclades, with its cobblestone streets, classic stone homes, and the dazzling white hues that stand out distinctively against the Aegean Sea. The entire island is part of the Natura 2000 network because to its pristine beauty, tranquil atmosphere, and some undeveloped walking trails. Visit the Castle to take in the breathtaking views and watch the sun drop into the watery horizon. After discovering all the routes on Let's Ferry, board the ferry to Irakleia from Piraeus, Paros, Naxos, Koufonisia and Amorgos.


Sikinos, a tiny island in the Aegean Sea with waters that are deep blue, has managed to become one of the most popular vacation spots for people who enjoy the outdoors and a true Greek experience.

Panoramic view of SikinosPanoramic view of Sikinos

Sikinos exudes a sense of mystery and rebirth because to its rich history and captivating appeal. The tourist wants to explore every part of the island due to the Cycladic simplicity, unpretentious spirit, crystal-clear beaches, and unique sunlight that shimmers over the water. Sikinos invites you to explore its walks, stroll through its charming Chora, and take in all of its splendors, including its classic white buildings and cobbled alleyways. where life moves at a peaceful and harmonious pace while time stands still. Choose one of the Let's Ferry itineraries to Sikinos from Piraeus, Lavrio, Anafi, Kimolos, Kythnos, Milos, Santorini, Serifos, Folegandros, Sifnos, Serifos, Syros, Paros and Naxos.

So many more hidden treasures lie in the Aegean. With a background of 50 shades of blue while bathed in sunlight they offer the visitor an alternative priceless holiday experience!