Friday, July 16, 2010
• The Island
The island of Patmos – the northernmost island of the Dodecanese complex - is one of the most spectacular destinations in the Aegean.
Skala is the main port of the island. Around the 16th century it was one of the most important commercial ports in the Mediterranean. Today, it is bustling with restaurants, cafes, and nice little gift shops. From there one may visit other villages and beaches.
The most popular are Kampos village -on a hill- and Kampos beach – which is kids-friendly and particularly attractive to visitors who want to enjoy all kinds of water sports. To the north, there is Lambi, known for its wide variety of colourful pebbles. Grikos, Agriolivadi, Psili Ammos, Meloi are but some of the most popular.