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The name of Dodecanese comes from ‘Dodeka Nisia’, which means ‘Twelve Islands’ in Greek. These islands include Rhodes, Kos, Leros, Patmos, …
There are located in the South Aegean region.
Islands within the Dodecanese region are:
Astipalea is a small and not much developed island, located between Kos and Amorgos.
Halkiis a small and not much developed island, very close to Rhodes.
Kalymnos is a beautiful island, located between Kos and Leros, close to the coast of western Turkey.
Karpathos is located between Rhodes and Crete.
Kos is the third largest of the Dodecanese and the second most popular and touristy island after Rhodes.
Leros has just recently been open to tourism.
Nisyros is a small island to the south of Kos, home to Greece’s only ‘active’ volcano.
Patmos is located north of Leros. It is one of the most religious Greek Islands because it is where Saint John the Divine had its revelation and wrote the Apocalypse.
Symi is a small island located between Rhodes and Kos.
Rhodes is the the largest and the most popular and touristy island of the Dodecanese.
Tilos is a small and remote island, located between Kos and Rhodes, visited by campers and peace seekers.