Photos - Kalymnos (Greece) 

Kalymnos is the largest of the Dodecanese islands located in the Aegean Sea. Limestone cliffs with a multitude of caves and overhanging areas have made Kalymnos a world class destination for rock climbers; and more specifically for sport climbing. The huge yellow cave full of stalactites above the town of Masouri (The "Grande Grotta") and the long and tall walls that surround it are most popular.

If you are planning to visit Kalymnos you may be interested in having a quick look at several photos of the island. Click on the links at the right to view the pictures. We have taken any attempt to provide exact (GPS-based) coordinates of the positions where the photos have been taken.
Here you see the region around Kalymnos from space (the border between Greece and Turkey is approximate). Image courtesy of Earth Sciences and Image Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center.
Road in Pothia
The Harbour of Pothia
Masouri and Myrties
View from above Massouri
Looking towards Emporeios
Beach at Kantouni
Kastelli: an old fortress and some nice rocks
Grande Grotta
Limestone Cave
The Valley of Vathi
Southern Point of Telendos
Roping Down from Daniboy
Roping Down from an Overhang
Hills of Kalymnos
Looking Southwards
Climbing the cliffs of Kalymnos