dodecanese

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A short Rhodes guide (I)

A short Rhodes guide (I)

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Rhodes (also Rodos or Rhodos - Ρόδος in Greek - more about the name) is the largest island of the Dodecanese and the fourth largest in Greece. Let's start this short Rhodes guide by providing some geographical data. The island covers an area of 1.398 square meters and a population ...


Hellenic Seaways in the Dodecanese routes

Mar 6th, 2010 Posted in News | Read the full story

Hellenic Seaways announced that starting from April 15 the Hellenic Voyager, will operate in the Dodecanese, connecting Rhodes and other islands with the mainland Greece. The ship can carry 1,600 passengers and 110 trucks at a speed of 22 knots.


Kassos

Kassos

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Kassos (Kàssos, Κάσος) is a small rocky island, steeply raising from the Karpathian sea, at the southernmost part of the Dodecanese islands with a population of 1.088 inhabitants. It is 18 km long with a coast long about 55 km and covers a total area of 64 sq. km. It ...


Lipsi islands

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Lipsi or Lipsoi (Greek: Λειψοί) are a cluster of small, picturesque islands in lying in the southeastern Aegean between the islands of Leros and Patmos. Their collective name is taken from the name of the largest island Lipsi or Lipso.


The Dodecanese islands

The Dodecanese islands

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The Dodecanese is complex of over 163 Aegean islands and islets, of which only 26 are inhabited, situated at the most eastern part of the Greek Archipelago, at the borders of Europe. You will find here a wonderful blend of architectural styles of eastern and western cultures. The islands have ...


Municipality of Petaloudes

Municipality of Petaloudes

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The Municipality of Petaloudes (postal code 85106) extends over an area of 893km² at the north-western part of the island of Rhodes. It is comprised from 6 municipal departments, Kremasti (pop. 4.585), Paradisi (pop. 2.603), Theologos (pop. 856), Pastida (pop. 1.803), Maritsa (pop. 1.766) and Damatria (pop. 477) with ...