Nisyros is a small volcanic island located in the Dodecanese, Greece. Despite its relatively small size, it is a place of immense natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. 

One of the main attractions of Nisyros is its volcanic activity. The island is home to a dormant volcano, which last erupted in 1888. Visitors can explore the volcanic crater, known as the “Stefanos Crater,” which offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.

Nisyros is dotted with charming villages that have managed to preserve their traditional character. Mandraki, the island’s capital, is a maze of narrow streets, whitewashed houses, and colorful bougainvillea.

Nisyros is blessed with beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters, perfect for a relaxing day by the sea. Nature lovers will also appreciate the island’s diverse flora and fauna, making it an ideal destination for hiking and exploring.

Whether you are a nature enthusiast, a history buff, or simply seeking a peaceful getaway, Nisyros has something to offer everyone. 

From Piraeus Port ( Duration 14 hours ), and Kos Port ( Duration 1 hour) with 4 weekly itineraries .

An alternative route is through Kos International Airport (KGS), which features direct flights to and from several European countries , and then through ferry from Kos Port which is located 24km east of KGS (30 min with either taxi or bus) .

Pachia Ammos Nisyros, Editorial
Beaches To Explore
Nisyros crater
Activities To Enjoy