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Alykes Studios

Skala

Phone 1: +30 2247032790

Phone 2: +30 6944963155

Fax: +30 2247032302

Katina Rooms

Skala

Phone 1: +30 2247031327

Phone 2: +30 6973417241

Fax: +30 2247031327

Optasia Apartments

Skala

Phone 1: +30 2247031142

Phone 2: +30 6976646521

Fax: +30 2247031142

Suzana Apartments

Skala

Phone 1: +30 2247033030

Phone 2: +30 6974566996

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Sights

Monastery of Saint John the Theologian
The Monastery of St. John the Theologian Orthodox monastery founded in 1088 in Hora. In 1999 was declared a UNESCO World Klironomiasapo the UNESCO. It was built at the point where it is believed by both the Catholic and the Orthodox Church that the apostle John wrote the Gospel and tinApokalypsi, near the cave where he had visions of Revelation.In 1088 the Byzantine emperor Alexios I Komnenos gave
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Holy Cave of the Apocalypse
Located on the hill between Skala and Chora, the Holy Cave of the Apocalypse is a point of reference not only of Patmos, but of Christianity worldwide. This cave was the shelter of the beloved disciple of Jesus, John, in 95 AD, when the Emperor Domitianos exiled him to Patmos, punishing him for declaring the Word of God in Ephesus. As John testifies , he didn't reach Patmos as an exiled loser or as
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The Windmills of Patmos
The windmills of ChoraBuilt in the east of the Holy Monastery of Patmos, on the top of the hill with view of the sea, the three windmills of Chora gave their name to the neighboring district of Mili. From the moment of their restoration in 2010, they can be characterized as another jewel of the island, which was awarded by Europa Nostra.Windmills (two of which date back to 1588, and the third was built
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Archaeological site of Kastelli
The position of Kastelli is arguably the most important archaeological site of Patmos, where ruins of the ancient acropolis and foundations of the temple of Apollo are saved.As a naturally fortified hill, Kastelli rises west of Skala and north of Chora and offers clear view of three bays: Skala (to the east), Chochlaka (southwest) and Merika (to the north), while on the horizon there are the islands
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Areas

Skala
Skala is the capital of Patmos and the biggest settlement on the island. A charming little port with lots of authentic restaurants, Greek cafenions and shops of all kinds. Evening entertainment is offered through a variety of bars, clubs and open coffee shops. All accommodations are mainly located at the quiet back part of Skala or along the sea front. Regular bus transport & taxis connects
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grikos
Grikos is an idyllic fishing village, approximately 5 km from the port of Skala, located at the fascinating bay of Grikos with its mysterious rock "Kallikatsou" which used to house hermits for many centuries. The old square offers a romantic view of colorful fishing boats and small taverns offering traditional food at all times of the day. Secluded beaches with lots of shady trees and sun-beds
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Chora
Chora is a medieval village around the Byzantine monastery of St. John. This unique village with white houses in the typical Aegean style is the heart of Patmos attracting visitors from all over the world.Chora is a small community in itself, with lots of charming little restaurants and bars, some exquisite shops and small grocery shops. The village is connected with the rest of the island through
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Sapsila
The Settlement Sapsila is located between the port of Patmos and Grikos. The sea beach of the town are the warmer waters of the island. It is a picturesque settlement with few houses and an ideal beach for relaxation. It is an ideal village for those who want to have a quiet holiday.
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Kampos
Kampos is a rural village in a distance of 5.5 Km from Skala located at a beautiful sandbay with lovely white houses in the Aegean style. An unspoiled piece of nature where fishers and farmers are your next door neighbours. The village square as well as the beach offer a variety of good taverns and a small grocery shop supplies you with whatever is needed. Shady trees and sun-beds on the beach give
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