It was only a day trip, but I believe it was the highlight of my vacation. Kimolos is not a tourist destination and you realise that as soon as you step off the ferry. It's like stepping back in time..There are only a couple of taverns on the port, but these aren't your regular taverns, the food is prepared with such love and care, it's gourmet. I had a lentil salad that was fit to be in Bon Appetit magazine. yummmm.
Kimolos Hora is within walking distance and it also has a Kastro (castle).
The thing that I fell in love with, is that among the ruins, there were gorgeous white washed houses and the contrast between the ruins was fascinating!!
Everywhere I went, I could see how well kept the village was and there were tiny paintings drawn on the stone paved streets. every few steps, mermaids, tiny boats, sea horses...Even on the outside of the houses.
This island is full of creative people.
Hope you are doing well and creating :) Can't wait to show you my new work, I've been working like a mad woman learning Illustrator!!