Places to See in Kalymnos Island
Some of the places to see in Kalymnos Island are:
The Castle of Chora: A well-preserved castle built in the 15th century, located in the heart of Kalymnos Island.
Vathy Bay: A picturesque bay with crystal clear waters and colorful boats, surrounded by small restaurants and cafes.
The Cave of the Seven Virgins: A unique natural cave with impressive stalactites and stalagmites, located on the east coast of the island.
The Maritime Museum: A small but interesting museum showcasing the history of the island's maritime traditions and sponge diving.
The Folklore Museum: A museum dedicated to the traditional way of life on the island, showcasing local costumes, tools, and crafts.
The Monastery of Saint Sava: A beautiful monastery located on a hilltop, offering stunning views of the island and the Aegean Sea.
The Kalydna Island: A small uninhabited island located opposite of the village of Vathy, known for its crystal-clear waters and abundant marine life.
The Climbing Fields: Kalymnos Island is known for its numerous rock climbing fields with breathtaking views over the Aegean Sea.