Patmos Tours & Patmos Shore Excursions
|1- Half Day Patmos Tour
The Monastery and Cave of St. John
Cave of the Apocalypse, Monastery of St. John
Pick-up from port or your hotel in Patmos and drive to St.John Monastery which is 10 minutes drive from port. We will spent about 60 minutes in this monastery. The monastery located at top of the hill and…Read More
|2- Full Day Patmos Tour
Spirit Of Patmos
Cave of the Apocalypse, Monastery of St. John, House of Simandiris, Grikos, Folklore dancing
Depart for visiting 17th century monastery and the Cave of Apocalypse built around the monastery. The pilgrims have come to Patmos to see the holy …Read More
|3- Full Day Patmos Tour
Patmos Island TourCave of the Apocalypse, Monastery of St.John, House of Simandiris, Windmills, Nun’s Monastery, Grikos, Kampos, Lambi
Depart for visiting the most important sites of Patmos island.We will visit the Cave of Apocalypse where St.John lived for …Read More
|4- Half Day Patmos Tour
Patmos Scenic TourCave of the Apocalypse, Windmills,
You will have a chance to see and discover the beauties of Patmos island by this tour within our comfortable and air-conditioned coach. Depart from Skala and the tour will stop first at Cave of St.John …Read More
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Patmos is located between Leros and Ikeria. The island features beautiful white cube shaped houses spilling down the sides of a hill. No one can describe the earth spirit on this island. The water revive you and the sun makes you feel unique. You will admire and enjoy it’s beauty and serenity.
Skala is the main port and settlement in Patmos and features whitewashed houses and flowered courtyards. Many ferries and the cruise ships arrives in Skala port along the year. Transportation is very easy to the other islands from Skala.
Patmos has a very spiritual atmosphere because of it’s religious background. The island is very popular destination for Christian pilgrimage, as the cave where St.John received his Revelation and several monasteries dedicated to St.John are found here. St.John wrote the Apocalypse in a small cave. This cave can be visited today as well as the Monastery of St. John. The monastery stands on a hill above Chora which is capital of Patmos island.
The Monastery of St. John, The Monastery of Apocalypse and Chapel of St. Anne are main tourist attractions of Patmos. The Monastery of St.John is a long walk uphill from the harbour of Skala and there are some steep steps at the entrance. The small church has beautiful wall paintings and spectacular iconostasis. The museum is a site to behold with a wonderful mixture of relics and icons. The Monastery of Apocalypse is fascinating with all of it’s staircases and passageways. The view of the harbour from monastery is unforgettable. The Chapel of St. Anne was built around the cave.
Most popular beaches are Agriolivado and Kampos Geraniou. You can also discover lots of coves around the island. Many religious music festivals are organized in summer and attract many visitors.
Patmos is a symbol of faith and communication with God, it’s today a pole of attraction for monks from all over the world.