Dodecanese, Aegean Sea

A cultural revelation A cultural revelation

Dodecanese is a group of 12 large islands and a vast number of smaller islands (c.150), located in the south eastern region of the Aegean Sea. The 12 largest islands are: Astypalea, Halki, Kalymnos, Karpathos, Kos, Leros, Nisyros, Patmos, Phodes, Simi, Tilos, Kastellorizo. Each island has rich history and archaeology . The combination of enjoying historic sites along with enchanting long sandy beaches, traditional villages and local food specialties is something that cannot be experienced elsewhere.


  • The island of Symi – one of the most picturesque islands of Greece
  • The old Town of Rhodes – travel back in time  in a medieval city  with narrow passageways. One of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites
  • The  Cave of the Apocalypse in Patmos, where Saint John wrote the Book of  Revelation
  • St Paul’s Bay in Lindos, Rhodes. Seductive scenery, a fantastic beach  and one of the most romantic wedding locations in the world
  • Tsambika beach in Rhodes – long sandy beach with crystal clear waters
  • Nissyros – the volcanic island
  • Patmos: a holy island known as the “Jerusalem of the Aegean”
  • Kos Beaches: Nestled in amazing coves or extending over kilometres, you can swim in crystalline waters varying from azure to emerald


Short cruise: Rhodes – Karpathos – Astypalea – Kalymnos – Kos - Symi

Long cruise: Athens - Cyclades – Patmos- Kos – Symi – Rhodes – Karpathos -Astypalaia