- Symi is a Greek island, part of the Dodecanese island group. It’s known for its beaches, an annual music festival and for the harbor at Symi Town, surrounded by colorful neoclassical houses. On the southwest coast, the 18th-century Monastery of Archangel Michael Panormitis is a major Greek Orthodox pilgrimage site with a Byzantine museum.
- While approaching the port of Symi, one has the overwhelming feeling of entering a perfectly painted image of a scenic traditional village. As a rule, people remain agape and cannot take their eyes off the spectacular sight. A galore of two and three-storey traditional stone houses, painted in all colours but mostly in indigo, ochre and terracotta, with red tiled roofs and cute little balconies with railings set up the peculiarity of the island.
- Tilos is one of those tiny Greek islands that belongs to the Dodecanese chain. Still untouched by mass tourism, Tilos island keeps its unspoiled charm. Thanks to its secluded location and raw natural ambiance, Tilos has emerged as an alternative destination for holidays in Greece.
- Livadia, the island’s port, is the most touristic place in Tilos. Mikro Chorio, though, is the most interesting one! Mikro Chorio is a ghost village, which is abandoned, oozing a unique mysterious charm. Don’t give it a miss!
- After exploring the villages of Tilos Greece, you should head to the beach. Quite frankly, there’s luscious swimming to be had on Tilos beaches! As you’d expect from an unspoiled island, Tilos beaches are secluded and unorganized, ideal for those who seek privacy. Some of them are naturist beaches and can be easily accessed either on foot or by a small local bus
Breakfast & Meal included
Cake and cheese / turkey sandwich
Afternoon (return from trip) Fruits