Patmos Lambi beach
Lambi Beach Patmos: Lambi is a long beach with shady tamarisks, famous for its rare multi-coloured pebbles. It is located 14 north of Chora. In the past, there used to be a huge amount of pebbles. The name Lambi means shining, taken from the sun that reflects against the beautiful stones and the crystal waters of the bay. Right on the beach his a nice tavern serving fresh fish and a variety of local dishes prepared the last minute as well as other local delicacies.
The beach is reachable by boat from Skala, also with a private vehicle or on foot from Kambos that usually takes about 25 minutes. While you are there, you can also visit the remains of Platis Gialos and the church of Transfiguration dating from the 16th century, considered one of the most important churches of the Patmos.
Monastery of Panagia