Tilos is generally seen as the greenest of the Dodecanese Islands, having switched entirely to renewable energy and, even more remarkably, having banned bird hunting. Would love to more about the politics that led to this outcome.
While on Tilos, we found our way to the precipitous heights occupied by the Monastery of St Panteleimon, with vertiginous views on the way up and down. We also learned more about the pygmy elephants found on the island, an example of so-called insular dwarfism, but not much to see on that front as yet, given that a museum is still under development. Would love to come back here.