Blog Posts - Dodecanese



Patmos, Greece

Ecco il nostro servizio fotografico dalla bellissima isola di Patmos. Le foto sono state scattate a luglio 2013, come sempre da Louis. Patmos appartiene all’arcipelago greco del Dodecaneso. Si trova a nord dell’isola di Leros e a sud d...
by SEA SUN STORIES on Sep 13, 2013

Dodecanese is …

Dodecanese The Dodecanese a[›] are a group of 12 larger plus 150 smaller Greek islands in the Aegean Sea, of which 26 are inhabited. Τhis island group generally defines the eastern limit of the Sea of Crete. They belong to … Continue reading...
by What is this ? on Jul 18, 2013

Nisyros island.

The island has a 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) to 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) wide caldera, and was constructed within the past 150,000 years, with 3 separate eruptive stages, ranging from explosive and effusive andesitic eruptions to effusive and extru...
by info Travel 4 Greece on May 30, 2012

Tilos island.

Pottery and stone tools discovered in Kharkhadió indicate human activity on Tilos in the early Neolithic period 8000 BC - 7000 BC, along with the large assembly of dwarf (1.20-1.60 m tall) elephant bones, carbon dated at 4000 - 7000 BC (some no...
by info Travel 4 Greece on May 30, 2012

Patmos island and the Revelation Book.

The earliest remains of human settlements date to the Middle Bronze Age (ca 2000 BC). They consist of pottery shards from Kastelli, the most important archaeological site so far identified. Patmos is seldom mentioned by ancient writers. Therefore ve...
by info Travel 4 Greece on May 30, 2012

Kalymnos island.

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 13th century it was used by Venice as a naval base. In 1310 it became a possession of t...
by info Travel 4 Greece on May 29, 2012

Leros island and the medieval castle.

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by info Travel 4 Greece on May 29, 2012

Rhodes island Greece, vacation reviews.

Rhodes, island of the sun god Helios, claims to be the sunniest place in Greece and certainly has the longest holiday season. It is no accident that Rhodes is one of the most-visited Greek islands. Unfortunately this showpiece is jammed to capacity...
by info Travel 4 Greece on May 28, 2012

Kos island holiday reviews.

Holiday reviews of Kos resorts, beaches, apartments, tavernas and all aspects of Kos holidays from people who have visited the island. All opinions are welcome. If you would like add your comments. Kos a great place for island hopping We...
by info Travel 4 Greece on May 26, 2012

Kos island beach photos.

A few marvelous sandy beaches in Kos island. Exotic beaches, such as Mastihari, Tigkaki, Paradise and, of course, Kefalos, where the ruins of the early Christian Basilica is visible right next to the waterfront. Explore this charming island! Ko...
by info Travel 4 Greece on May 26, 2012

Holiday reviews of Kos island.

Holiday reviews of Kos resorts, beaches, apartments, tavernas and all aspects of Kos holidays from people who have visited the island. All opinions are welcome. If you would like add your comments. Kos a great place for island hopping We had...
by info Travel 4 Greece on May 24, 2012

Amorgos island in Dodecanese

Amorgos is also known as Yperia, Patagy, or Platagy, Pagali, Psichia and Karkisia. Part of the island is named Aspis, where the ancient temple of the goddess Aphrodite stood. Due to the name Minoa we suspect that Amorgos had been colonised by the...
by info Travel 4 Greece on May 21, 2012

Kasos island

Kasos lies SW of Karpathos, between this island and Crete. Adjacent to the island is the Strait of Kasos, through which some of the Modified Atlantic Water enters the Sea of Crete. Its shape is elliptic and resembles that of Rhodes. The main island...
by info Travel 4 Greece on May 20, 2012


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