Dodecanese

Some of the Dodecanese islands are beautiful Rhodes, the new hot destination Patmos, Symi, Leros, Kalymnos, Astypalea, Kos and Karpathos! 

Symi

Symi is a small island that presents one of the most impressive ports as it looks like the islands' houses are build amphitheatrical on a hill. The island has clean beaches and is famous also for the Monastery of Panormitis (on the southern side)! Symi is ideal for couples and families!

Kos

Kos island is one of the biggest of the Dodecanese complex. The Town is a mixture of Venetian and Ottoman architecture with interesting sightseeings! Kefalos is a beautiful beach where visitors can enjoy swimming! 

Astypalea

The Venetian castle on top of the island, differentiates Astypalea from the rest of the Dodecanese islands as it reminds visitors of an island that could have belonged to the Cyclades complex. Some of the island's beaches are Livadia, Agios Konstantinos and Pera Gialos. Astypalea is a calm island and most of the beaches are unspoiled!

Patmos

Patmos belogs to the Dodecanese group and is also known as the island of Apocalypse!!! History says that Saint John the Divine was inspired the Book of Apocalypse in a cave of Patmos, therefore nowadays, lies the Monastery of Saint John located just above Chora (the capital of the island). Patmos is a calm island with some amazing hotels by the sea. Walking in the island's  cosy streets is a must! 

Rhodes

Rhodes is the biggest island of the Dodecanese complex, presenting a beautiful Venetian castle and amazing beaches for relaxation and water sports! Visitors should not miss walking in the island's Old Town! Some of the island's beaches are Ixia and Theologos which are also known as kitesurfing and windsurfing spots!