This small island in the Aegean Sea is the northernmost of the Dodecanese islands, a very popular stop in Greece. The total area of the island is 35 sq km and it has a population of nearly 300 people. Needles to say, during the summer season, that number increases significantly when the tourists arrive.
Together with the famous Santorini, Nisyros remains the only island in Greece that has an active volcano. The attraction is that one can walk down into the crater and view the smoking fumaroles which act as constant reminders of the dormant danger that lies beneath the earth.
Despite the precarious economic state in yacht charter Greece, it seems the tourist industry, the country’s main income earner, can’t be stopped. Plans are underway for a new marina in the busy harbor of Thessaloniki.
The SeaDream Yacht Club has announced the creation of a special trip aboard its 112-passenger luxurious SeaDream II which will last for 8 nights, and will sail the Aegean Sea, following in the path of Paul the Apostle, also known to people as Saint Paul, whose letters form a great part of the New Testament in the Bible.
One of the biggest and oldest ports in yacht charter Greece, Piraeus enjoys a privileged position on the Greek map, one that has been noticed by many enthusiasts who use it as a base for exploring the these shores. So make sure you stop by this cosmopolite town and harbor for a real Greek experience.