Kasos stands between Crete and Karpathos. It is the southern island of the Dodecanesian group with ancient history and unique traditions. It is mainly rocky and the few sandy beaches are rich in natural sights.
Kasos offers tourist facilities for visitors who want to have relaxing and tranquil holidays.
According to the latest findings, it has been proven that Kasians took part in the Trojan War under the leadership of Kos Island. Trade activities were flourishing because of the gift of the Kasians to be excellent navy men. Kasos was reunited with Greece in 1948 (after the Greek revolution of 1821 against the Ottoman Domination) like the rest of the Dodecanese Islands.
Don't miss to visit the archaeological collection of Fri and the impressive caves of Selai and Ellininokamara.
Famous beaches of Kasos Island: Kofteri, Emborio, Fokiokamara, Antiperato and Chelantro.
HOW TO GET THERE By ship: from Piraeus By airplane: from Athens airport
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