Feast of Pentecost at Panormitis

Exploring Symi Sailing Holidays area

Great festival, lasts two days in the Pentecost, that brings together a lot of people from all Dodecanese.

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Yialós or sometimes just Symi, is a beautiful harbor. While it is well protected from the meltemi (the Etesians) (the Etesians), it can become problematic with strong South winds.


Panormitis Harbor

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The port of Panormítis is a natural, small ellipsoid-shaped, the opening of which is 120 m (at its narrow point) and is set to the northwest. A light exhibits from the northeast entrance point of the harbor.

Marathounta Beach

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Marathounta is one of the most beautiful beaches on Symi. Twenty kilometers from the main port of the island, where George Kalodoukas has been keeping for more than ten years his own organic farm with olive trees, vegetables, grape yard etc.


Agia Marina Beach

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Agia Marina on the northern side of the entrance to Pedi can be reached on foot or by water-taxi from the harbour or Pedi Bay. It has a newly-built tavern, sun beds and umbrellas for hire.

Nanou Beach

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Nanou is only accessible by taxi-boat or a very long walk! The journey will take between 30-45 minutes. The last taxi boat back to the harbour leaves at 6.

Thessalona Bay

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Faneromeni Bay

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