K nown as “the island of the Apocalypse” or “Jerusalem of the Aegean”, Patmos is an island characterised by a sense of spirituality, serenity and mysticism. For the faithfu

” There is no pleasanter land under the heavens than Kos, and viewing its lovely scented gardens you would say it is a terrestrial paradise.” So wrote the French diplomat F

L esvos is the island of abundance. It has an abundance of beaches, some long and sandy, others with pebbles smoothly polished by the white frothy waves and still others tucked int

L impid waters and verdant pine forests almost touching the sea, hidden caves and arid hills, small coves and large sandy beaches, wild ponies running free and a strong energy floa

B reathtaking vistas, idyllic translucent waters and countless white and blue beaches glittering in the summer sunshine await the savvy traveller visiting this small, offbeat desti

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