Tilos is a small Greek island in the Aegean sea, 65km north-west of Rhodes bordering Turkey, and is largely unknown even to most inhabitants of its larger neighbours. It has over a dozen beaches and even in August you may have the sea or sand to yourself. Tilos is a must for any keen rambler with excellent walking opportunities, whether it is an all day climb to the Monastery of St. Pandeleimon or a stroll around Livadia Bay. It is also well known for the honey it produces and there is an annual honey festival on 13th August. If you want a get-away-from-it-all chilled out holiday destination without mass tourism, but with good local food and fantastic scenery, Tilos has it all, as well as an all-night bar in an abandoned village (which really is something to behold). Come and see us soon, you'll be glad you did!