The group of nine islands in the Sea of Marmara is known as the “Princes’ Islands”. In Byzantine times a number of monasteries were built here and the islands served both as summer resorts and a place for exiles. The four larger islands grouped close to each other are covered with summer residences, villas and pine groves, and are famous for their beaches and picnic areas. The means of transport on the islands are horse-drawn phaetons and bicycle.
Visiting: Walking on the seaside, riding horse-drawn phaetons and lunch at one of seaside restaurants
Tour includes: Guiding Service, Transportation, Horse-drawn phaeton and Lunch
Tour not includes : Beverages, personal expenditures and tips.
Tour Duration: 6-8 hours