49 symi

Symi

Symi

49 symi

Welcome to Symi

There are many reasons to visiting Simi apart from experiencing its unique cosmopolitan atmosphere, and wandering around its remarkable neo-classical settlement. Many visitors, for instance, come here to venerate the miraculous icon of Archangel Michael kept at the monastery of Panormitis, one of the most significant monasteries of the Dodecanese. Alternatively, you can come to Simi in summer to attend the famous Simi Festival, which includes among others classical music concerts, dance performances, and art exhibitions.

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agathonisi

Agathonisi

Agathonisi

agathonisi

Welcome to Agathonisi

Agathonissi is the northernmost island of the Dodecanese; it consists of three large traditional settlements (Agios Georgios, Megalo Horio and Mikro Horio). Agathonissi has a significant and vulnerable ecosystem rendering it an important habitat of rare bird species. Together with the nearby islands it belongs to the Natura Network as well

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kasos

Kasos

Kasos

kasos

Welcome to Kasos

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, reflect today this former grandeur. Take a stroll around Bouka, an old pirate lair, with moored small fishing boats, traditional coffee shops and its old lighthouse. Don’t forget to visit Armathia, the largest of the islands around Kassos, where ou can find some excellent beaches, like Marmara and Karavostassi!

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kastelorizo

Kastellorizo

Kastellorizo

kastelorizo

Welcome to Kastellorizo

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, awe-inspiring churches and picturesque alleys. Taste the island’s traditional sweets katoumari and strava, and organise a boat excursion to Galazio Spileo, the largest and most spectacular sea cave in Greece. Don’t forget to visit the nearby legendary island of Ro where the famous “Lady of Ro” Despina Achladioti used to raise the Greek flag every day.

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Dodecenese Greece

Lipsi

Lipsi

Dodecenese Greece

Welcome to Lipsi

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. Here, both landscape and people will definitely help you find inner peace and tranquility. Lipsi is also surrounded by countless uninhabited islets ideal for bird watching

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nysiros

Nisyros

Nisyros

nysiros

Welcome to Nisyros

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 together with the volcanic centers of Milos, Santorini and Methana! Actually, at the village of Nikia there is a “Volcanic Museum”, the only one of its kind in Greece, exhibiting samples from the most characteristic volcanic rocks of Nisyros. Strolling along the narrow streets of beautiful Mandraki, the island’s capital and port, is a richly rewarding experience. Don’t forget to observe its colorful houses which are actually built with hewn slabs of andesite and dacite (volcanic material)!

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74 halki

Halki

Halki

74 halki

Welcome to Halki

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! The town of Halki or Niborio, the island’s capital, is listed as a traditional settlement and it is amphitheatrically built overlooking the clear-blue sea, whereas impressive neoclassical mansions reveal the prosperity the island enjoyed in the past

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astipalea

Astipalea

Astipalea

astipalea

Welcome to Astipalea

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 of both island complexes blend together to create the island’s uniquely varied scenery. Visit Hora, the island’s capital and port, one of the most picturesque settlements of the Aegean. At the hilltop stands imposingly Hora’s castle, surrounded by small houses with whitewashed walls, blue doors and wooden balconies overlooking the open blue sea below.

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Arki Marathi

Arki & Marathi

Arki & Marathi

Arki Marathi

Welcome to 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, another small island with a beautiful beach covered with lentisks and tamarisk (salt cedar).

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patmos

Patmos

Patmos

patmos

Welcome to Patmos

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, one of Christ’s disciples, wrote the “Book of Revelations”. The stunning beauty of Hora, a carefully preserved medieval settlement with narrow, maze-like alleys and stonebuilt houses will take your breath away. Don’t miss the imposing fortified monastery of Saint Ioannis and the Theologian Apocalypse cave! Visit Patmos at Easter, when deeply religious and spiritual celebrations are held throughout the Holy Week.

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