GRIKOS
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GRIKOS

GRIKOS

Grikos Beach: A Picturesque Fishing Village with a Serene Beach

Grikos is a picturesque fishing village located in the southeast of Patmos, a small island in the Dodecanese archipelago, Greece. It is about 4.5 km from the port of Skala and is easily accessible by car, bus, or on foot.

Grikos is known for its long sandy beach with crystal clear waters, which is protected from the open sea by the island of Tragonisi. The beach is semi-organized, with sunbeds and umbrellas available for rent. There are also a few tamarisk trees that provide shade.

In addition to the main beach, there are several smaller sandy beaches located near Grikos, which can be reached on foot. Some of these beaches are more secluded and offer a more peaceful atmosphere.

The village of Grikos has a charming atmosphere, with traditional taverns, cafes, and restaurants. Most of the buildings are rentals and hosts a five-star hotel Patmos Aktis with a spa and wellness center.

A local favorite is Stamatis restaurant, this taverna has been feeding Patmos locals for years, there slow cooked food is a must try for everyone, especially the local goat.

Grikos has a rich history, dating back to the ancient Greeks. The ruins of an ancient temple can still be found on the island of Tragonisi. Grikos was also a popular destination for pirates during the Middle Ages.

One of the most popular attractions in Grikos is the Kalikatsou rock, also known as Petra. This imposing rock is connected to the mainland by a narrow strip of land and can be reached on foot. From the top of the rock, there are stunning views of Grikos Beach and the surrounding area.

Grikos is a perfect destination for those looking for a relaxing and peaceful vacation. With its beautiful beach, charming village, and stunning scenery, Grikos has something to offer everyone

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