The "Jerusalem of the Aegean"

This sacred seahorse-shaped island with its varied coastline, capes and bays is the northernmost of the Dodecanese. In 1999 it was declared a "World Heritage Site" by Unesco.

The largest settlements of the island are Chora, built around the Castle-Monastery of John the Theologian, Skala with the port of the island, Kampos and Grikos.

A holiday on the island of Patmos is a special experience because it combines religious devotion, the Aegean landscape, traditional architecture, special beaches and several options for coffee, food and entertainment.

How to get to Patmos

For many years now, visitors from all over the world have been coming to Patmos to enjoy its beautiful beaches, its refined restaurants and its natural beauty.
Although a resort for VIPs from Greece and abroad, Patmos remains untouched by the modern lifestyle and mass tourism. It is precisely this serene atmosphere that is perhaps the island's greatest attraction.

Patmos does not have an airport. You can reach Patmos by ferry from the port of Piraeus. The trip takes about 7 hours. For further information you can visit the following websites:

Day trips

Lipsi: By boat from Skala you can visit our neighbouring picturesque island of Lipsi.

Marathi - Bears: Two islets within an hour's drive from Patmos. The small boats from the port of Skala will take you there and to magnificent beaches such as Aspronisi, Makronisi and Tiganakia.

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