Symi

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SYMI

Symi, genuinely simple and welcoming, will win you over rather easily. It is located in the southeastern part of the Aegean sea, slightly north of Rhodes, also belonging in the Dodecanese.

Gialos, a natural port, is on the Northern side of the island around which the the town of Symi, capital of the island has been built. Houses start at the port and finish higher up the hill, in an area named Horio, where the castle of Symi overlooks the area.

The second port can be found in Panormitis, a small bay on the southern side of the island.

Many beaches in Symi can only be accessed by boat, a simple experience that the friendly local captains will transform into something memorable.

Passenger routes connect Symi with Piraeus and Rhodes while there are frequent connections to Kalymnos, Kos, Leros, Patmos, Fourni and Nisyros.