Kalymnos Museums to Visit

Kalymnos is an island of Dodecanese, boasting its unique beauty and distinctive character. It is world famous for sponge fishing and for the marvelous beaches, scattered all around the island. Along with its natural wonders, Kalymnos museums also hold a special place in the hearts of the locals and fascinate travelers. So it is safe …

Santorini: The Art of Making Wine

Already world-famous for its breathtaking caldera views and sunsets, its architecture, local products and cuisine, amazing hotels and still-beating volcanic heart, Santorini has also built a strong brand name in the international wine market. Its aged vines, some as old as 400, unharmed by phylloxera louse which couldn’t survive in the volcanic soil, trained in …

Kalymnos Castles and Fortresses

The Medieval element is prevalent in Kalymnos. There are splendid examples of Medieval architecture all over the island, with Kalymnos castles and fortresses depicting a gracious design Meant to offer protection against all intruders and add prestige to anyone watching up high, those castles served a great purpose. And the view from such privileged observatories …

The Natural Wonders of Kalymnos Caves

Kalymnos is one of the islands with the richest cave presence. There are in fact sixteen caves scattered all over the island, many of which have been inhabited since antiquity. Given their geomorphology, these limestone caves provide the ultimate spectacle to those interested in eco-tourism. Whether you are an experienced spelunker or just a novice, …

Kalymnos Sponge Tradition

Kalymnos is a beautiful island, located in the southeastern part of the Aegean. Between the islands of Kos and Leros, this is part of Dodecanese and boasts an impressive history. But if you were to select just one thing about Kalymnos, this would definitely be its sponge tradition. Dating back to antiquity, Kalymnos was famous …