Islet of Seskli
After Marathouda and before Panormitis on the left there is Seskli Island, the ancient Teftlousa. It’s a fertile island with figs and vineyards and other fruit-bearing trees, lots of water and is ideal for hunting. On the island there are a lot of partridges, as well as on the entire Symi, something that is famous for since antiquity. There is also the chapel of St. Paul, who is said to have rested on the island during his journey from Kos to Rhodes.