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A few words about Kalymnos:
Kalymnos (Greek: ΚΑΛΥΜΝΟΣ) is a Greek
island in the south-eastern Aegean Sea.
The capital of Kalymnos, situated in a natural amphitheatre, is Port of Pothia.
The town features Italian architecture, a silver-domed cathedral dedicated to
Jesus (Christos), and the Monastery of St. Savas, perched on a hilltop
overlooking the town.
Sponge diving is a traditional occupation in Kalymnos, with related exhibitons,
along with other local folklore, at three local museums.
Kalymnos is neighboured by the small island of Telendos, which was part of
Kalymnos, but after a major earthquake 554 A.C. was split and separated from
Kalymnos by a strip of water (about 800m wide)
Earthquakes are not a frequent occurrence around Kalymnos. There is also a
dormant volcano in the centre of the island near the village of Kantouni.
Massouri is the most touristic village of the island with plenty of hotels and
night life. For those who are looking for a more quiet place Panormos and
Plati Gialos are the answers.
Kalymnos is one of the Dodecanese islands located in the Aegean Sea. It is
very close to Kos and five hours away by boat from Rhodes, the most
significant of the twelve islands.
Kalymnos is a rocky island with very few cultivable areas; goat heading is the
main farming activity. Limestone cliffs with a multitude of caves and
overhanging areas have made Kalymnos a world class destination for rock
climbers; and more specifically for sport climbing. The huge yellow cave full
of stalactites above the town of Masouri (The "Grande Grotta") and the long
and tall walls that surround it are most popular.
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