DODECANESE TOURS, TRAVEL & ACTIVITIES
The most historically important and well-known of the Dodecanese is Rhodes, which for millennia has been the island from which the region is controlled. Of the others, Kos and Patmos are historically more important; the remaining nine are Astipalea, Kalimnos, Karpathos, Kasos, Leros, Nisyros, Symi, Tilos and Kastelorizo (which actually lies in the eastern Mediterranean sea).
DODECANESE ISLANDS TOURS & TRAVEL:
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KALYMNOS Tours, Travel & Activities |
Inhabited originally by Carians, during the ancient ages Kalymnos depended on Kos, and followed its history. In the Middle Ages it was Byzantine, and during the XIII Century it was used by Venice as a naval base. In 1310 it became a possession of the Knights of Rhodes, and later was often attacked by the Ottomans ...
KOS Tours, Travel & Activities |
Discover all that the island of Kos has to offer in just one day! With the help of your official guide, you will learn about history, mythology and the way of life on the island. Visit Asklepeion, the medical treatment center of the father of medicine, Hippocrates. From Asklepion, continue to the village of Zia ...
RHODES Tours, Travel & Activities |
Rhodes has everything from beautiful beaches to a lush, green interior, a bustling capital and one of the best sunshine records in Greece. The rock-rose is so prolific here that it has been named the 'Island of Roses' and while the northern coast is renowned for its lively tourist resorts the south offeres tranquil beaches ...
SYMI Tours, Travel & Activities |
Since 1995, Symi has hosted the renowned Symi Festival during the months of July to September. This festival has attracted many of the leading Greek musicians to perform at free open-air concerts in the main square of Yialos, and also consists of many dance and theatre events ...
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