The Dodecanese Islands
The island group of Dodecanese located in south-eastern Aegean, is the sunniest corner in Greece. With its Twelve (Dodeka) large islands, numerous smaller ones with crystal clear waters, sandy or pebbly beaches, important archaeological finds, imposing Byzantine and medieval monuments and unique traditional settlements, the island group has a lot of corners and hidden gems waiting to be discovered.
The Dodecanese islands – which include popular Rhodes and Kos – offer the perfect blend of cosmopolitan and unexplored.
The cluster of islands at the southeastern edge of the Aegean, the Dodecanese islands form a bridge between Europe and the East.
In all the Dodecanese islands you’ll find traces of eras, peoples and cultures that have made their mark over the centuries, we can mention Ionians, Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, Ottomans and as well the Italians.
Each island has its own character and all offer opportunities for relaxation, sightseeing, adventure, and great food – with a backdrop of beautiful beaches, and crystal blue water.
Whether traveling corporate or leisure, with family or a friend you’ll the island, the village, the hotel, the beaches, and the restaurants that are right for you.
The bigger of the Dodecanese islands, Rhodes and Kos, is popular islands both for corporate travel as for leisure. Other smaller have is more suitable for private leisure holidays, or day visits. In the groups in addition to Rhodes and Kos you find Kalimnos, Symi, Kastelorizo, Kasos, Karpathos, Astypalea, Halki, Lipsi, Tilos, volcanic Nisyros, and Patmos. Patmos is also known as the Jerusalem of the Aegean, known as the place, where St. John wrote the Bible’s Book of Revelation.