The Dodecanese islands are located on the south eastern side of Greece, between Cyclades and the coasts of Turkey. Less popular than Cyclades and with a different style, these greek islands distinguish for their Medieval architecture and the peaceful beaches. The most popular islands of Dodecanese Greece are Rhodes and Kos, while Karpathos is also getting famous over the last years. Kalymnos is developing as a rock climbing destination, Leros is a diving destination, while Patmos is famous for its spiritual character as this is the place where Saint John wrote the Apocalypse. The rest islands of Dodecanese, smaller in size, are considered more alternative holiday destinations.