The islands of Dodecanese

Between East and West

Twelve islands lapped by the emerald waters of the Aegean Sea, stalk along the Turkish coast, so different from Cyclades islands. In this region the most sunny of Greece, nature has created a world of a thousand beauties and history has left over the centuries indelible marks: medieval fortresses, mosaics and ancient sites, authentic ports and sponge fishermen, holy land of thousand churches, calm villages and animated evenings, preserved traditions ... This unique blend offers to each island a charm of its own.

Average Temperatures
April
21°
May
23°
June
25°
July
30°
Aug.
32°
Sept.
30°
Oct.
27°
Rhodes

Inhabited since antiquity Rhodes with its rich history, the island of knights, home of many architectural treasures, including the old town, the harbor and the Acropolis of Lindos. It is also called the island of flowers: hibiscus, roses, oleander and bougainvillea blossom in an ideal climate and...

Kos

Land of Asclepius, the god of healing, birthplace of Hippocrates, the founder of medicine. A charming island with traditional villages, Byzantine churches, cave dwellings, stunning beaches. A smiling nature combined with an oriental atmosphere due to its proximity to the Turkish town of Bodrum. An...

The rest of The Dodecanese islands

Each of these 12 islands with its proud character, all close to the Turkish coast, worth a trip. If Rhodes is the largest, it is difficult to say which is the most beautiful Kos, its castle, its ancient ruins and nightlife, Symi, thes smallest island with its neoclassical charm or Patmos, the...

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