Beautiful and secluded, Patmos is the jewel of the Dodecanese archipelago. An island where nature is the protagonist, where there is so much to see and do.
Why choose Patmos for a vacation?
There is really a lot to see and do in Patmos.
The beaches are countless and each one is different: from the fine sand of Psili Ammos, to the south, to the small and intimate beach of Meloi, passing through the serviced beaches of Agrio Livadi and Kambos or the wild ones of Didimes and Mavro Thalasa.
The picturesque corners, the small chapels, the viewpoints, the views, the sunsets of Chochlakas (where Oklacà stands) and the dawns of Skala are magical.
Chora, the ancient town of Patmos, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site while the Cave of the Apocalypse, with the Monastery of St. John the Theologian, is a world-renowned pilgrimage destination.
Patmos is an island that combines nature and culture in every season: from the solemnly celebrated Orthodox Easter to the September Festival of Sacred Music.
Food lovers will appreciate the June Gastronomic Festival, which brings together the neighboring islands, while those who are crazy about quality cinema cannot miss the Aegean Film Festival and its workshops for screenwriters.