Here you will find a guide to the 4 tiniest Greek islands, where the means of transport can be a donkey or a sea taxi and the best lesson is to learn not to do many things.
West of Rhodes on this island, the Venetian houses in the port of Emporio are accompanied by the tallest clock building in the Dodecanese. About 3 km west is the village, where there is a monastery and a church that is the center of thrifty festivals in September and August.
Technically, Koufonisia is 2 islands. Ano Koufonisi and Kato Koufonisi, but Kato Koufonisi is so tiny and uninhabited.
The tiny island between Ios and Folegandros, has Cycladic attractive landscapes and hospitable taverns. In the castle, a 15th century fortress, is the monastery of the Life-Giving Source. It is also worth visiting Panagia Pantanassa, the church with the blue dome.
A volcanic rock that is the result of the Santorini eruptions covers the island and is therefore sparsely populated. This makes it very charming, especially the beaches in the southern part of the island. It is worth visiting the monastery of Kalamiotissa at the southeastern tip.