Kos (Dodecanese - Southeast Aegean)

The third largest of the Dodecanese islands, located in the southeastern corner of the Aegean, Kos is an attractive destination for locals and tourists alike. The island has a rich history which goes as far back as Homer's epic poem Iliad, and has been a point of interest for numerous civilizations, from the Ancient Greeks, to the Romans, the Ottomans, Byzantium and modern Italy.


Tilos: The First Energy Self-Sufficient Greek Island

With heavy investments in renewable energy, the Dodecanese island of Tilos has become the first energy self-sufficient island in Greece!

Quiz: Name the Dodecanese Islands!

Quiz time! How well do you know the Dodecanese? Pick the right answers while avoiding the decoys and maybe get some inspiration for your next trip to Greece!

Patmos (Dodecanese - East Aegean)

Although Patmos is a small Greek island in the Aegean Sea, it is of historical importance. Patmos is famous for being the location of the vision given to the disciple John in the Book of Revelation in the New Testament, and where the book was written. It is one of the northernmost islands of the Dodecanese complex, with Chora as its capital city and Skala as the only commercial port. Smaller settlements on the island include Grikou and Kampos.


Rhodes (Dodecanese – Southeast Aegean)

The largest of the Dodecanese islands, located in the eastern corner of the Aegean, Rhodes is a year-round destination. It is a cosmopolitan island and home of the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Hosting strong contrasts between medieval monuments and traditional Greek elements, lacy beaches next to pine covered mountains, archaeological sites and cosmopolitan resorts. A place where different cultures and religions have collided.