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Dodecanese

Our favorite 9 islands

Rhodes

The Knights Hospitallers of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem have marked the Old Town of Rhodes, but it is the ruins of the Acropolis, the Stadium and the Odeon that dominate the city.

Tilos

An island whose inhabitants decided to accept only a slow tourism. No mass tourism for the 1000 souls who live in Tilos, some beach bar with felted music, no nightclub by the sea, buildings of maximum two floors, hunting is prohibited.

Symi

Whether you come to Symi by the impressive monastery dedicated to the Archangel Michael Panormitis or its capital Symi with neoclassical houses in pastel colors, it is a wonder to see this beautiful mountainous island, furrowed by beautiful valleys.

Patmos

Mountainous and wooded, the island of Leros also has many small coves along its 71 kilometers of coastline. The main town, Platanos is dominated by a beautiful Byzantine fortress completely restored.

Leros

Mountainous and wooded, the island of Leros also has many small coves along its 71 kilometers of coastline. The main town, Platanos is dominated by a beautiful Byzantine fortress completely restored.

Kos

A 4 km from the Turkish coast, the island of Kos has beautiful tourist facilities and especially marina where it is possible to rent sailing boats to navigate between the islands of the Dodecanese sheltered from the summer winds more violent in the Mediterranean (Melteme)

Kassos

Neighbor of Karpathos, little island whose capital Fry counts less than 400 inhabitants, for a few days or a little more, a nice stop during a visit of the islands of the Dodecanese.

Karpathos

Located between Crete and Rhodes, the island is narrow and long, divided into two parts, the North and the South, the North is wild and full of tradition, the nature is breathtakingly beautiful, a paradise for the hiker and the traveler in love with simplicity and discoveries.

Kalymnos

Famous for its natural sponge fishermen and huge climbing spot, the island of Kalimnos in the north of the island of Kos only reached Greece in 1947.