Travel to Tilos, a real "jewel" of the Aegean
Discover Tilos, the stunning island in the Aegean Sea. Situated between Kalymnos, Nisyros, and Symi, Tilos captivates with its natural beauty and Aegean charm. As Greece's first energy-autonomous island, it serves as a sprawling ecological park, attracting nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers.
Three charming settlements welcome visitors, starting with Livadia, the picturesque port. Journey to Megalo Chorio, the island's capital, where narrow streets and stone houses beckon. Explore the preserved Hellenistic Acropolis and the medieval castle of the Knights, offering breathtaking views.
Unearth Tilos' cultural treasures at the Palaeontological Museum, displaying significant findings from the neighboring Harkadio cave. Immerse yourself in the rich heritage at Agios Panteleimon monastery in Agios Antonios. Be moved by the abandoned village of Mikro Chorio's medieval castle and church frescoes.
Indulge in Tilos' paradise-like beaches, including Livadia, Erystos, Plaka, and Agios Antonios. Experience the extraordinary fusion of untouched nature, majestic mountains, verdant valleys, and emerald shores. Tilos awaits, surpassing expectations and captivating every traveler with its allure.
Food and local cuisine
The local cuisine of Tilos is dominated by fish and fresh seafood. Accompanied by salads of fresh vegetables, herbs and spices. Try the famous shrimp of Tilos, grilled cuttlefish and octopus on the grill, which will excite you.
When to visit Tilos
Visit Tilos in the summer and enjoy a series of activities that will make your trip unforgettable. Swimming, hiking, bird watching, diving, snorkeling and windsurfing will give your trip a special character.
Moving from/to Tilos
Transportation in Tilos
Tilos is connected by ferry to Rhodes, Kos, Nisyros, Symi, Halki and the port of Piraeus, with regular itineraries especially in the summer months.
The transportation in Tilos is available by car or by motorbike, which you can rent, as soon as you reach the island. Tilos has only one road, which crosses the island from the port to Livadia to the settlement of Agios Antonios. Alternatively, discover the beauties of Tilos by public bus or on foot.