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Patmos has a very religious past starting from the writing of St. John's the Book of Revelations in the holy Cave of the Apocalypse, the Monastery of Saint John “the Theologian” can be viewed by all corners of the island as a reminder of this.
The islands shape and its 63km coastline offers a wide selection of beaches, from Secluded pebbled coves to sandy organized ones with umbrellas, bars and water sports.
There are restraunts and taverns scattered all over the island giving you a wide selection of cuisine, while cafes – bars and clubs await for the more outgoing.
One of the many attractions of Patmos are its villages or traditional settlements with there amazing architecture.
From cheap rooms and apartments, to luxury 5 star hotels, Patmos can accommodate all tastes and budgets.