Kalymnos

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KALYMNOS

Kalymnos was once known as a sponge-divers’ island. Sponge-fishing, once vital to the island’s economy, no longer exists but is exhibited at the island’s museums, while Kalymnos is trying to keep up with tourist development in other Dodecanese islands.

Kalymnos is mostly mountainous and arid with the exception of two green valleys at Vathi and Pothia. Consider seriously Kalymnos as a rock-climbing destination! Swimmers will be thrilled with the deep and clear waters and walkers will be very busy criss-crossing the island.

Kalymnos’ discrete charm has nothing to do with mass tourism and overwhelming resorts.

The island’s port is regularly linked to Piraeus, Rhodes and the rest of the Dodecanese islands.