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Limin Kalímnou, Kalymnos Island, Greece

Limin Kalímnou Marina is a medium size harbour located in the town of Kalymnos on the Island with the same name. This marina offers outstanding sceneries and unique sunsets for you and your family to enjoy. The area is packed with marvellous landmarks as well as interesting places to visit. One of them is the Agios Savvas Monastery. This religious establishment offers outstanding architecture and a superb chapel. If you are interested in finding a place to dine with your loved one, we suggest visiting one of these beautiful venues: Stukas Taverna, Dreamcatcher, Paradisio, Aigaio Pelagos and Medusa by The Sea. These establishments serve excellent food, traditional beer and seafood dishes. Hotels in the area will always welcome you with open arms and cheerful personnel. The top rated names in the vicinity are Villa Melina and Evanik Hotel. Relax and enjoy your holiday in Limin Kalímnou marina. This unique area will transform your holiday into an adventure that you will not forget.

Facilities of Limin Kalímnou

Drinking water

Bar

Restaurant

Electricity

Fuel station

Weather forecasting

Market

Dressing rooms

Shipyard

Crane

Ramp

Rent car

Seamanship

Service Station for ships

Bank

Master harbour

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Cancellation Policy of Limin Kalímnou : restrictive

The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.

Attractions in Kalymnos Island

Kalymnos is located between Kos and Leros in the south-eastern Aegean Sea and belongs to the Dodecanese Islands prefecture, being the fourth largest island among the Dodecanese. This island is recognized for the wild rough mountains, which is the reason it has morphed into a rock climbing destination throughout the most recent years. Even more, each September, it hosts the International Climbing Festival, attracting tourists from all parts of the world.

In the past, the locals used to make their living from sponge fishing. Despite the fact that this mean of livelihood has declined today, there are numerous sponge sellers at the beachfront of Pothia, the capital of the island. Nowadays, only one sponge factory remains at the capital of the island, to ensure that locals and guests not forget about this tradition. This factory is open to visit to get informed on the history of sponge-fishing, the methods used to dive, the process of elaborating sponges and to observe fr... more info