Karpathos is the second largest island in the Dodecanese. It offers great contrasts between the mountainous villages full of flora and the breathtaking beaches. A lot of its regions in the north and the central parts of the island are protected by Natura due to their ecological wealth. As the island is quite big, there […]


Nisyros is another island of the Dodecanese. Known for its wild beauty and its volcano. The island due to the volcano has beaches with black pebbles, black and red sand. The capital of the island is called Mandraki and is a traditional settlement with white houses and narrow streets. There are a few things we […]


Kalymnos is located in the Dodecanese and is most known for the tradition of fishing sponges. To which tradition the island owes its characterization as the island of sponges. The capital of the island bears the same name as the island itself Kalymnos but it is also known as Pothia. It is the center of […]


Leros is on the northern part of the Dodecanese and is known as the island of Greek goddess Artemis. It is the ideal place for those who seek to spend their holidays relaxing. The gulf of Lakki (or Porto Lagos) is the largest natural port in east Mediterranean and this is why the Italians created […]


Chalki may be a small island in the Aegean Sea, with only one settlement (Nimporio), but its beauty is definitely mind-blowing. The two and three store houses with colorful walls add a romantic atmosphere to the island. If nothing more it’s a classic case of a picturesque scene surely representative of what you have in […]


Astypalaia also known as the Butterfly of Aegean due to its unique shape is located between Cyclades and the Dodecanese. If it wasn’t for the narrow land strip (100 meters in length) connecting the two parts of the island we would now be talking for two neighboring islands completely autonomous. Astypalaia is known for its […]


Kos is the birthplace of Hippocrates, the father of Medicine, to whose name doctors all over the world take their oath. There are various opinions of the origin of the island’s name. the 3rd largest island of the Dodecanese has a long historical background. Kos was firstly inhabited in the Prehistoric period.  It is 182 […]

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