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Patmos Navi e Traghetti

Informazioni turistiche sulle navi.
Navi e traghetti per Patmos - Dodecaneso

Patmos e in generale tutte le isole del Dodecaneso
hanno collegamenti con traghetto dal porto del Pireo.
Ci sono partenze dalle isole del dodecaneso e delle
Cicladi, e da Creta, con fermate intermedie, verso
l’ isola di Patmos.

Il suo viaggio ad Patmos si può fare con traghetti convenzionali, navi veloci, catamaran, secondo il
giorno e la compagnia navale che vuole viaggiare.

Il viaggio per Patmos, con traghetto normale dura
7-10 ore, mentre con traghetti superveloci dura
5.50-8.50 ore. Questo dipende da quante isole
intermedie passa il traghetto.

Gli itinerari di traghetti Pireo - Patmos sono
quotidianamente per tutto l’ anno, e durante
l’ Estate si moltiplicano secondo il periodo.

1. Pireo - Mykonos - Patmos - Leros - Kos
Rodi
2. Pireo - Naxos - Patmos - Leros
3. Pireo - Patmos - Leros - Kos - Rodi
4. Pireo - Patmos - Leros - Kalymnos - Kos
Rodi
5. Pireo - Syros - Patmos - Leros - Kos
Rodi
6. Pireo - Syros - Mykonos - Patmos
Kalymnos - Kos - Rodi
7. Pireo - Syros - Mykonos - Patmos
Leros - Kos - Rodi
8. Kalymnos - Leros - Lipsi - Patmos - Arki
Agathonissi - Pythagorion (Samos)
9. Rodi - Symi - Kos - Kalymnos - Leros
Patmos

Attenzione !
Le informazioni descritte sopra, possono cambiare dal mese al mese. Per essere sicuri per i corretti itinerari, partenze e arrivi delle navi e delle navi superveloci,
può informarsi dal sistema di prenotazioni ONLINE dei
posti e biglietti.

Patmos Traghetti Dodecaneso

Navi e traghetti per l’ isola di Patmos nel Dodecaneso
Informazioni turistiche per itinerari di traghetti verso Patmos. Isola di Patmos del Dodecaneso.

Il sistema online per prenotazioni di posti e biglietti in tempo reale.

Cominciare a fare la prenotazione attraverso il sistema online, e può scegliere la spedizione dei bilgietti
al suo indirizzo indicato oppure il ritiro dei biglietti dal ufficio portuale due ore prima della partenza
prevista, mostrando il codice di prenotazione e la sua carta d’ identità.

Vi auguriamo buon viaggio!

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anche nel caso che le partenze scelte
sono servite da compagnie nautiche
diverse.

Guida turistica per l’ isola di Patmos del Dodecaneso, in Grecia

PATMOS > CHIESE & MONASTERI

Patmos is a symbol of faith and communication with God, it is today a pole of attraction for monks from all over the world. This humble “Sinai of the Aegean", by now a traditional place for asceticism and prayer, has embraced many monasteries, kathismata (small monastic units) and hermitages.

The Monastery of St John

The Monastery of St John Patmos - Dodecaneso - Isole Greche - Grecia

The first thing you notice on Patmos is the monastery of St John the Divine or the Evangelist. It crowns the hill of Hora. It looks like a Byzantine castle and was built like a fortress. Its presence is overwhelming. It was founded in 1088 by Ossios Christodoulos following a grant by the Byzantine Emperor Alexios I. Komnenos.

The monastery’s walls are over 15 meters high, its length from north to south is 53 meters and from east to west 70 meters. It seems even larger when you stand at the entrance, noticing its thick walls and heavily reinforced door.

Above the entrance several meters high there is a small opening from which burning hot oil, water, even lead was poured over to attack pirates and other invaders trying to break the gate, this opening was called "the killer", and was considered the last resort for keeping the Monastery safe.

The monks used to sound the bells to warn the people of Patmos to take refuge behind the fortified walls of the monastery, keeping Christianity safe as was intended by its founder, the blessed Christodoulos.

Monastery of the Revelation

96AD: in a grotto on Patmos the beloved disciple of Jesus, St. John the Apostle had a vision, a vision of the world to come. His student, Prohoros, wrote down this vision by order of the Lord, and it is known as the 27th and final chapter of the Holly Bible.

The spot around the cavern was the one initially chosen for the monastery of St John. Upon his arrival Osios Christodoulos decided, to build it instead on a higher point (current position) making it less vulnerable to raids.

Wanting to fulfil his wishes, he built a hermitage, covering the cave at its core. He started off by closing off the cave with the building of a chapel, he named it St Anne after his mother, the Virgin Mary's mother and the mother of emperor Alexios I. Komnenus, who was called Anne Dalassini and it was she who advised her son to cede the island of Patmos to Ossios Christodoulos.

Entering the cavern you realize its natural positioning and why the Lord picked this particular place in the world to reveal the Apocalypse. The rock formation is volcanic and rare, taking 100's of years to cool off, it shines at some points from the water that was trapped in it without vaporizing.