Alimnia (Alimia), Greece in Pictures: A Photo Gallery

Awesome Alimnia (Alimia): An Uninhabited Greek Island in the Dodecanese Region

Updated with new photos June 5, 2018


Alimnia (or Alimia, as it is also called) is a tiny, deserted island located just west of the island of Rhodes in the Dodecanese region of the Greek islands. While technically uninhabited, it's home to a few goatherds and more than a few goats and donkeys.

The island is also home to a beautifully maintained church, and the ruins of an ancient castle high atop the island's peak and more-recent WWII military barracks on the shore - complete with stone outhouse!

The island is only accessible by boat and does not have wifi or cellular coverage, making it a perfect "get away" location. Because of it's remoteness, guests visiting the protected bay on the south side of the island are almost guaranteed a peaceful visit, without interruption or distraction. The water in the bay is crystal clear and relatively shallow, lending it a stunning turquoise colour, truly a picturesque and relaxing cruise destination.

Interesting Trivia: The island was used as the filming location for a "Survivor-like" Belgian reality TV show in 2016. Participants were dropped off without food or supplies and spent 10 days completing various challenges.



We hope you enjoyed these photos from our visit to Alimnia (Alimia) in the Dodecanese region of Greece!