Tilos (Τήλος in Greek) is a small and quiet island in the Dodecanese. An island with rough, mountainous and turfy land, with hills and plains where four hundred species of flowers and herbs vegetate, inhabited by numerous species of rare birds (Bonelli’s eagle, hawks, herons, nightingales, goldfinches, bee-eaters etc). It has picturesque villages and charming beaches.

The island extends over a surface of 63 km2, its coastline is 63 km long and it has 500 inhabitants. This is not an island for everyone, but it is a destination for people looking for peace and quiet, rugged beauty, beautiful sea views, excellent walks, and a simple lifestyle.