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Another group of islands that serves as a bridge between Europe and Turkey is the Dodecanese, and it consists of 14 islands. Because of their strategic and vulnerable position, these islands have been subjected to an even greater catalogue of invasions an...
With a coastline longer (110km) than its expanse (98 sq.km), this is an island of unique morphology as, in its middle, the land is replaced by a narrow lane of sandy terrain, as if to form a lengthy, double-sided beach. The landscape of Astypalea resemb...
Kalymnos, also known as the island of the sponge divers, is an island with a rich past as well as a wealthy natural reserve. Belonging to the Dodecanese island complex, it is situated between the islands of Kos and Leros. It covers 110 sq.km of beautifu...
General Information Karpathos is an island of picturesque coasts and alternating landscapes; the large southern plain gradually ascends to the central highlands, and from there goes on to further heights to form the mountainous northern region, topped b...
The island of Kasos is located on the southernmost part of the Dodecanese Group, covers a surface area of 61 sq.km and numbers approximately 1000 inhabitants, with a renowned tradition in seafaring. Its rough, rocky landscape plunges abruptly into the s...
Kastelorizo is at the easternmost part of Greece, only a short distance ?just one nautical mile- from the Turkish coastline, and is a favorite destination among individuals seeking beauteous remote corners for a quiet and relaxing respite. It covers a t...
General Information Since ancient times, sightseers have called this island as the ?Garden of the Aegean Sea?. Its lush vegetation justifies this statement, but Kos has a lot more to offer as well. Third in size among the complex of the Dodecanese isle...
The picturesque island of Lipsi is a quiet place that covers a surface area of 23 sq. km and has a population of about 700 inhabitants. It has known civilization since the prehistoric years, as early settlements developed here during the Neolithic perio...
Leros is located between the islands of Patmos and Kalymnos. It has a population of about 8000 inhabitants and it covers a total area of 55 sq.km. It has been inhabited since ancient times, and shared the same historical course with the other islands of...
General Information The imposing presence of the fortified monastery of St. John towering over the main port and city of Chora renders Patmos as the island with the most intense religious atmosphere within the Dodecanese islands. The past few years it ...
General Information Few places worldwide can match the beauty and the cosmopolitan aura of Rhodes. Unparalleled natural beauty is accompanied by rich historical and cultural tradition; there are not too many places that can boast of hosting one of the s...
General Information The picturesque island of Symi, once the capital of the entire Dodecanese Group of islands, is situated in a remote location near the Turkish coast. It is a favorite among tourists who appreciate the beauty of its nature and the qui...
General Information Tilos, a reclusive island with hospitable inhabitants, is an ideal destination for those seeking peaceful holidays. Located between Nisyros and Chalki, the island with the seven castles covers a total area of 63 sq.km and has a popu...
Chalki, the island of peace and friendship of youth worldwide, is one of the smallest islands of the Dodecanese. It covers an area of 28 sq.km and has a population of about 350 inhabitants. Nimborio is its capital -and only- town. Its name was given due...
General Information As legend has it, this piece of rock did not come to be here by coincidence. As the War between the Gods and the Giants went on, the God Poseidon was in pursuit of the Giant Polyvotis. Near the island of Kos, he caught up to his fl...
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