Boat Transfer from Mandraki to Symi with Swimming Stop

German, English, Greek
Mandraki Port
Meeting place
Mandraki Port

At Mandraki harbour, in front of the Bank of Greece (Pl. Eleftherias, Rodos 851 00)

FREE cancellation with full refund up to 24 hours before the start of the activity

  Important for Families

Please place 2 separate bookings (1x adults, 1x kids).
Kids up to 3 years participate for free, for them the reservation is therefore not necessary.


Your holiday in Rhodes would not be complete without a visit to Symi! With our boat transfer from Mandraki to Symi you will also be able to swim and enjoy the freshness of the water. We will meet in the port of Mandraki, famous for the legend of the Colossus of Rhodes. We will set sail from there, admiring the majestic Acropolis that dominates the city.

After navigating across the Aegean Sea for an hour, we will arrive in Symi. The pastel colours of its houses and its deep blue waters will have you in absolute awe. Here, you will spend the entire afternoon, and you will quickly realise how authentic and full of culture this island is.

You can decide whether to visit the monastery of Archangel Michael Panormitis, built in the 18th century, or simply take a walk through the narrow streets of the village. After three hours, our boat will be waiting for you at the harbour and on the way back, we will stop at St George's Bay for 30 minutes, so you can enjoy a refreshing swim before returning to Mandraki.

- Modern and speedy motorboat
- 3 hours to visit to Symi on your own
- Swimming stop

Departure & Return
We will meet in the port of Mandraki, in front of the Bank of Greece, at 10:30 am. If you arrive by car, you will easily find a free or paid car park near the port. At the end of our trip, at around 5 pm, we will return to the port of departure.

Characteristics of the boat
- Number of passengers: 120
- Sun-protected area
- Restrooms

Recommendations for Boat Transfer from Mandraki to Symi with Swimming Stop

DariaAugust 21, 2021verified1 day (6 hours/day)

Tour went exactly as promised. The seats on the boat are very comfortable, but you have to board early if you want to sit on the too deck or in the shade. Symi is a lovely island and the little town really is as “pittoresque” as in the pictures. Three hours are enough to walk around and take in some of the architecture and of course the view, and sit down and eat lunch in one of the many tavernas. The swimming stop at St. George’s bay was another highlight! The water is the loveliest shade of blue and turquoise, the cliffs are astounding and we watched wild goats grazing while we swimming. This was one of my favorite experiences while in Rhodes!

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