Symi island in Greece is a part of the Dodecanese island group, in the southeastern Aegean Sea. It is a small island with a population of around 2,500 people. Despite its small size, Symi is renowned for its traditional sponge diving industry and rich history in shipbuilding. On the island, you can enjoy shopping, dining, and exploring the colorful neoclassical mansions and charming alleys. St. George bay is accessible only by boat and is renowned for its crystal-clear water. It’s also known for its impressive surroundings, with rocks that rise to 350 meters. It’s a perfect place to enjoy the beauty of nature and relax by the sea.
Adults: €55.00 | Children: €28.00 | Infants: €00.00