Official Guide for Maritime Tourism in the Dodecanese





Welcome to Rhodes, a medieval treasure beautifully preserved throughout the centuries. Wander around its magnificent Old City, surrounded by medieval walls


Sandy beaches, turquoise waters, lush vegetation, ancient and medieval monuments, tree-lined wide roads, large squares, parks, a superb city plan


Welcome the opportunity to visit the “island of the sea sponge harvesters”, aninternationally known alternative tourism destination. Did you know that after WWII Kalymnos


Pserimos means “looking for the ideal destination for serene, relaxing holidays”. Enjoy sandy beaches with crystal clear waters, swim in paradise bays, rent a boat


Did you know that this tiny beautiful island formed part of Kalymnos in antiquity, but was separated in 554 AD due to a devastating earthquake.


An island blessed with an abundance of streams, pine-tree forests, vineyards, olive groves, rocky caves and mountainous landscapes, a paradise for nature


Ragged mountainscape, densely forested ranges and hilly vistas, verdant valleys –home to 400 species of flowers and herbs–, and habitat of rare species of birds.


Welcome to the island of Artemis, the goddess of forests and hunting, according to mythology. If you are looking to spend peaceful holidays in a pure, dreamy environment with pine trees


The “island of the Apocalypse” or “Jerusalem of the Aegean” welcomes you! Patmos is quite popular amongst pilgrims since in one of the island’s caves John the Theologian

Arki & Marathi

Visit a dreamy cluster of islands east of Patmos with sparse vegetation, old whitewashed houses, and cute little tavernas. Get into a boat and sail around Marathi.


Astipalea is the westernmost island of the Dodecanese, located at the point where the Dodecanese meet the Cyclades. This is the reason why in Astipalea the characteristics


Enjoy peaceful holidays in the “Island of Peace and Friendship”, where young people from all over the world gather here every year for their annual meeting!


There are many reasons to visiting Simi apart from experiencing its unique cosmopolitan atmosphere, and wandering around its remarkable neo-classical settlement


Take the opportunity to visit an unspoiled destination formed by volcanic eruptions. It is rather impressive that today Nisyros is still an active volcanic centre


Lipsi is the largest island belonging to a cluster of many others islets. It forms part of the Natura Network. It is an ideal destination for relaxing, and serene holidays.


Kastellorizo lies at the easternmost end of Greece, a stone’s throw away from the Turkish coast. Its main settlement is filled with cheerfully painted houses of exceptional architecture


Despite its small size, Kasos was once a mighty maritime and commercial power. The well-preserved mansions that still stand in Fre, the island’s capital and main port


Agathonissi is the northernmost island of the Dodecanese; it consists of three large traditional settlements. Agathonissi has a significant and vulnerable ecosystem rendering