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PATMOS TOUR, Half Day, arrive any day (Supplement applies to Sundays and holidays.)
Pick-up and drop-off at Patmos port

Tour is approx.
3 hours long.
Prices are available
on request.
Your guide will pick you up for a 3 hour private Patmos tour. Visit the Monastery of St. John and the Apocalypse Cave.

This private Patmos tour is guaranteed to operate with a minimum of 2 passengers.

You will be met at the port to begin your tour.

Drive to the village of Chora, where the Monastery of St. John is built within the walls of a strong fortification. As you walk uphill towards the entrance of the monastery, marvel at this magnificent structure, which was built 900 years ago, exceptional in its architecture. View the courtyard, the monks’ dining room and the old bakery, before entering the main church, with its outstanding frescoes and interior decoration.

See priceless ecclesiastical treasures in
the beautiful, small museum: books and manuscripts, mosaics, icons, splendid medieval textiles and vestments, as well as jewelry.

Return to your touring vehicle and continue to the nearby Grotto of the Apocalypse, above which stands the Church the Apocalypse, part of the main monastery. Walk down the steps to see the grotto, where silver niches in the wall mark the pillow and ledge used as a desk by the author of the Book of Revelation, as well as the three-fold crack made by the voice of God emphasizing the honor of the Trinity.

You will be transferred back to the port to rejoin your cruise.

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This shore excursion is yours to design. If you wish to see or do something that is not covered here, let us know!

We offer private, custom shore excursions in Israel, Egypt, Turkey, Morocco and Jordan as well as Greece!

The island of Patmos is where John wrote the Book of Revelation and is a popular Christian pilgrimage site. Visitors can see the Apocalypse Cave where, according to tradition, John received and recorded his visions.

January 1, 2020-December 31, 2021

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