During the last two decades, rock climbing has been gaining traction on the island. Kalymnos has built its reputation on the variety and the high quality of its rocks and is considered one of the most popular rock-climbing destinations worldwide. Rock climbers visit the island throughout the year.

Regardless of your level of expertise in rock climbing, there is always an opportunity for adventure. Kalymnos is the place to be with its tall, rocky cliffs towering over the breathtaking deep blue of the Aegean Sea.

In addition to rock climbing, the island offers beautiful beaches, delicious cuisine and friendly people. Moreover, sites like the ruins of the Chryssoheria medieval castle and the Monastery of Agios Savvas are also worth visiting.

There are many beautiful, small villages in Kalymnos; Myrties, Massouri and Vathi to name a few. On a daily basis, there is a frequent ferryboat connection with the small island of Telendos opposite Kalymnos serving those island hoppers who arrive to Kos International Airport.