Symi is a small Dodecanese island with a rich historical background. The coast exists of sequentially cliffs of rocks and beautiful sandy caves. The isolated and unpopulated places can be reached with small boats and are very popular among the tourists.
Symi is the birthplace of and owes its name to the "Nymph Syme" in the myts of Greece . The island has been colonized by different nations many times together with the 12 islands in the 20th Century. The island has been occupied by the Italians in 1912. In 1923 the island has been reunified to Greece.
Symi has become a real paradise for tourists from all over the world in the last years.