The Dodecanese is an island complex consisting of 12 main islands, as well as many smaller islands on the eastern side of the Aegean Sea. Some of the most well-known islands in the Dodecanese include:
Rhodes: It is the largest island in the Dodecanese and is famous for its history, ancient monuments, castles, and beautiful beaches.
Kos: Known for the contrast between the traditional architecture of the town of Kos and its vibrant summer nightlife.
Karpathos: It has interesting architecture, beautiful beaches, and isolated villages.
Kalymnos: Renowned for its rocky character and maritime tradition.
The Dodecanese combines history, cultural heritage, and natural beauty, offering a wide range of experiences for visitors.