Compact, scenic and surrounded by rock, Masouri is popular among climbers, walkers and rest-seekers.
The village of Masouri is situated just 9 kms from the island capital of Pothia, along the west coast of Kalymnos. Compact, scenic and surrounded by rock, Masouri is popular among climbers who enjoy exploring the challenges posed by the rocky mountains.
While easily satisfying the demands of today’s holidaymakers, Masouri is nonetheless authentically Greek. Here you’ll enjoy one of the island’s best beaches, a lively summer night scene, and amazing natural views if you venture from the seashore inland. Within easy reach of the capital, and in sight of the pretty islet of Telendos, Masouri is a great choice for an easy-going week or two in the sun.
With an abundance of natural advantages, Masouri attracts energetic types, such as climbers, walkers and watersport enthusiasts. But those seeking a gentler pace and a relaxing break with a perfect sandy beach and clean sea for swimming, will not be disappointed with their stay in this picturesque resort on the tranquil island of Kalymnos.
From Masouri, trips to the capital Pothia are easily achievable on local buses which leave regularly from beside the beach. For a day out with a difference, a ten-minute boat trip from Myrties will ferry you to the picturesque islet of Telendos and its verdant shady covering of pine and cypress trees.