Visitors quickly fall in love with Patmos, its timeless serenity and tranquil beauty. In biblical times Saint John came to Patmos to escape persecution, initiating a spiritual quality about the island that is still enchanting today. The Cave of the Apocalypse from 95 AD and the towering castle-like Monastery of St. John the Theologian stand as proud witnesses to this legacy. The whole town has been designated a Unesco World Heritage site, complete with different architectural styles and a maze of fascinating neighbourhoods. The island has a hiking ‘Path of Culture’ that represents the perfect way to unveil its treasures, with the stone-paved route from Skala to Hora being one of the most popular. Don’t forget to try the unique Patmiotiki cheese pie, Pougia apple-walnut dessert and Patmian wine.
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