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Dodecanese Islands, Greece

The complex of Dodecanese islands is one of the sunniest areas in Greece. Dodecanese islands are located in the south eastern side of Greece between Cyclades and the coasts of Turkey. The specific complex of islands consists of 12 islands and islets with amazing and peaceful beaches, medieval architecture, traditional villages, important archaeological findings and byzantine monuments.

The most popular and largest islands are Rhodes and Kos. These two cosmopolitan destinations host a great number of tourists from every part of the world and can offer you unforgettable holidays. Karpathos, Kalymnos(one of the top rock climbing destinations in the world), Patmos with its mystic and spiritual character and Leros (a popular diving destination) belong also to Dodecanese complex of islands and worth a visit. If you are looking for less known islands then visit Astypalaia, Nisyros, Symi, Kasteloriso , Kassos, Tilos and Halki. Apart from the twelve islands there are some islets such as Pserimmos, Telendos, Arki & Marathi, that may offer you peaceful and quite holidays in secluded beaches.

Kastelorizo Island, Greece

Kastelorizo Island, Greece

This island is situated at the easternmost end of Greece very close to the Turkish coast.

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Lipsi Island, Greece

Lipsi Island, Greece

Lipsi is the largest island belonging to a cluster of many others islets.

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Halki Island, Greece

Halki Island, Greece

Halki is located 4 miles west of Rhodes.

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Arki & Marathi Islands, Greece

Arki & Marathi Islands, Greece

Two islets east of Patmos with old whitewashed houses and small tavernas.

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Pserimos Island, Greece

Pserimos Island, Greece

A very small island with many beaches(small paradise bays) that can be easily visited by boat.

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Symi Island, Greece

Symi Island, Greece

Symi is located 25 miles north –northwest of Rhodes.

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Astipalaia Island, Greece

Astipalaia Island, Greece

Astipalaia is located at the point where the Dodecanese meet the Cyclades.

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Kassos Island, Greece

Kassos Island, Greece

A small but well preserved island of Dodecanese, near to Karpathos island.

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Kalymnos Island, Greece

Kalymnos Island, Greece

Kalymnos is the island of the sea sponge harvesters.

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Nisyros (Nissiros) Island, Greece

Nisyros (Nissiros) Island, Greece

This small island of Dodecanese is a non developed tourism destination.

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Kos Island, Greece

Kos Island, Greece

This island distinct itself for the important archaeological findings and its modern and cosmopolitan facet.

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Karpathos Island, Greece

Karpathos Island, Greece

Karpathos is the second largest of the Greek Dodecanese islands, in the southeastern Aegean Sea.

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Rhodes (Rodos) Island, Greece

Rhodes (Rodos) Island, Greece

The largest of the Dodecanese, Rhodes (or Rodos) has become an important regional centre, thanks to its location, climate and natural attractions.

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Leros Island, Greece

Leros Island, Greece

Leros is the birth place of Artemis, the goddess of hunting.

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Patmos Island, Greece

Patmos Island, Greece

Welcome the opportunity and visit the “island of the Apocalypse” . Patmos is the island where John the Theologian wrote the ‘’Book of Revelations’’.

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Agathonissi Island, Greece

Agathonissi Island, Greece

The terrain of this fourth largest of the Dodecanese is mountainous, except for two fertile valleys. It is along these valleys that its have sprouted - Kalimnos or Pothia and Vathi.

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