There are a staggering 6,000 Greek Islands scattered throughout the Aegean and Ionian seas, 227 of these are inhabited.

Why the Dodecanese Islands?

Only a short distance from Turkey’s Turquoise Coast in the southeastern Aegean, the Dodecanese group of islands lies in what is called the sunniest corner of Greece which makes it a great summer and warm weather winter destination.

Five Best Dodecanese Islands

Leros Island

Leros is a little off the mainstream tourist trail, so if it is authentic Greek holidays you are looking for, this incredibly friendly island is for you.

Symi Island

Symi’s economy was founded on shipping, winemaking, commercial sponge diving and boat building. These trades are still evident today, but tourism is the prominent industry on the picturesque island of Symi.

Kos Island

One of the largest of the Dodecanese islands, the Greek island of Kos seems to have more history in the first five minutes of arriving than thought possible. It is also one of the most touristy and cosmopolitan Dodecanese islands.

Rhodes Island

The largest of the Dodecanese Islands, Rhodes is also the most popular tourist destination. A perfect mix of tourism and tradition, there is so much to do in Rhodes.

Patmos Island

The island of the Apocalypse, Patmos is known as a sacred island, the place where Saint John wrote the Book of Revelation.

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