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Symi Insel Sehenswürdigkeiten

Symi Insel Sehenswürdigkeiten


Simi ist eine kleine Insel im Dodekanes. Obwohl Simi jeden Sommer von vielen Menschen besucht wird, ist es ihm gelungen, seine traditionellen Manieren zu bewahren. Die wichtigste Sehenswürdigkeit in Simi ist das Heilige Kloster von Panormitis, dem Beschützer der Insel. Dieses Kloster befindet sich auf der Südseite von Simi und ist im Programm aller Bootstouren ab Rhodos enthalten. Es kann auch mit dem Boot von Simi Town aus besichtigt werden. Verpassen Sie in Simi auch nicht einen Spaziergang in der malerischen Stadt Simi, Chorio, mit mittelalterlichem Stil und fantastischem Meerblick.
Monastery of Panormitis

Monastery of Panormitis

The Monastery of Panormitis is the main religious center on the island. It is dedicated to Archangel Michael and celebrated on November 8th. This male monastery receives many pilgrims every summer.

Venetian Castle

Venetian Castle

The Venetian Castle of Simi was built by the Knights of Saint John on the site of a Byzantine Castle. It stands on a hill above the Town and gives great views to the harbor.

Nautical Museum

Nautical Museum

The Nautical Museum is located in Gialos. It hosts ship models, old maps and compasses, maritime instruments, old diving uniforms and many other items that depict the long nautical history of the island.

Monastery of Roukouniotis

Monastery of Roukouniotis

The Monastery of Roukouniotis looks like a fortress and dates from the 15th century. Outside the monastery, there is a cypress in form of an umbrella.

Archaeological and Folklore Museum

Archaeological and Folklore Museum

The Archaeological Museum of Simi is housed in an elegant Venetian mansion in the Town. The archaeological collection includes Hellenistic sculpture, ancient coins, grave offerings, and small statues.

Byzantine Wine Presses

Byzantine Wine Presses

Many wine presses have been found on the island of Simi, mainly dating from the Byzantine era. Actually, there are more than 120 presses recently discovered (in 1992) by Sarantis Kritikos, scattered all over Simi.