Cave of the Apocalypse & Monastery of St. John Tour

As the island where St. John the Apostle wrote his Book of Revelation, Patmos has long been a place of worship and religious pilgrimage. Journey through the island's history and culture as you start your exploration with the Monastery of St. John, built by St. Christodoulos in 1088 AD. Inside, you will find an impressive collection of ecclesiastical embroideries, pendants, ceremonial artifacts, rare manuscripts and beautiful icons. Continue your tour by following your guide through the magical maze-like streets of Hora, where you will be able to enjoy the unblemished beauty of one of the best-preserved medieval settlements in the Aegean. After this small adventure, you will head towards the Cave of the Apocalypse where St. John is said to have written the Book of Revelation. Combining interesting history, beautiful scenery and the unmistakable spiritual ambience of Patmos, this tour offers much for you to appreciate regardless of your religious inclinations.

  • Included: English/Greek speaking guide, all taxes
  • Not Included: All entrance fees, Transfers (unless otherwise specified), Personal expenses during tour (drinks or food), Tips for guide (non-compulsory)