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Les Iles du Dodecanese


Le complexe insulaire du Dodécanèse, au sud-est de la mer Égée, est le coin le plus ensoleillé de la Grèce. Douze grandes îles et de nombreuses autres plus petites aux eaux cristallines, des plages de sable ou de galets, d’importantes découvertes archéologiques, des monuments byzantins et médiévaux imposants et des villages traditionnels uniques attendent d’être découverts. Si vous recherchez désespérément des destinations encore moins connues et préservées, visitez Leros ou Pserimos. Mais il y a toujours Rhodes et Kos, des îles plus grandes et plus cosmopolites qui attendent de vous offrir des souvenirs forts et précieux. Il suffit de faire votre choix!

L'île grecque la plus ensoleillée
Kos
Kos l'ile d'Hippocrate Belles plages, jolis villages, vues interessantes et vie nocturne tres intense: que demander de plus d’un lieu de vacances ! Kos est consideree comme l'une des iles ayant les soirees les plus chaudes, mais elle a bien plus a offrir que cela.
Patmos n'est pas une grande ile, mais elle est l'une des plus connues. C’est ici que Saint Jean a eu sa vision et ecrit l'Apocalypse, et c'est pourquoi Patmos est parfois appelee «la Jerusalem de l'Egee». Le Monastere de Saint Jean domine la capitale, Chora, et l'ile entiere respire la foi et la devotion.
Kalymnos’ claim to fame is the sponges that were farmed from its seas. Today it’s known for its large and busy capital, Pothia, and for its great beaches, stunning scenery and fascinating history. As many Kalymnians emigrated in the middle of last century, people looking for their ancestor’s home often visit it.
Karpathos is the second largest island in the Dodecanese Archipelago, spectacular, rugged and quieter than many of the islands in the region. The island’s long history is documented back to the Trojan Wars, where the Karpathians fought the Spartans. Today, the island is starkly different to the rest of the Dodecanese. The island didn’t fall under the influence of the Knights of St John, and because of its remote location, much of the original culture has remained.
Symi, in the Marmaris Straits, is the Greek island closest to Turkey. It’s a quiet island with a long history of sponge diving and ship building. Today, it receives many visitors from nearby Rhodes, visitors looking to explore this peaceful and mountainous enclave rich in culture. The island is also mentioned in the Iliad as the home of King Nireus.









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