Your island retreat awaits. Depart from Hakata bayside to Iki island by ferry, which takes roughly two and a half hours. Ferries are infrequent so make sure you are on time for yours!
Upon arrival, you are free to explore the island. What you do with your time is up to you! Kicking back on the beach is a good option, especially if it's summertime. If not, taking a trip around to see the interesting local scenery is a good option, too.
As is to be expected, sushi on the island is incredibly fresh and delicious. Yakiniku, Japanese-style barbeque is also very popular on the island.
(Accommodation: Seaside Hotel)