Useful information about telephone numbers, accommodation, dinning, nightlife , the beautiful trails of Donoussa, a map of the island and much more…

Area & Country Code

Area Code : 22850
Country Code : 0030

Useful Telephone Numbers

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Cafe - Bars

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Boats in RealTime (MarineTraffic)

Now you can locate your boat in real-time using the map above

Or “CLICK HERE” to view all upcoming boat arrivals at the port of Donoussa for the next day.

Donoussa on the WWW

Weather at Donoussa  (
Here you will see the weather for the next few days at Donoussa region of the Aegean sea.

LIVECAM FEED, Realtime video feed  (Ν
You have a live image of donoussa (refresh every 5 second)

Donoussa on “TRIPinVIEW”
See the coastline of Donoussa via  set of High definition panorama aerial photos.

“”on Facebook.
You can now visit Donoussa on Facebook, via our facebook page.

Donoussa on “Wikipedia”.
Find details about donoussa on Wikipedia.



authentic journey in donoussa though a number of fantastic trails

Visit the trails of Donoussa, and maybe join the annual trail-run where you can enjoy the freedom of nature while running with friends and fellow runners from all around the world.


For more information about the annual trail runs, please visit Donoussa Trail Running webpage at :


4,4 Km
Time-Return : 75-90
Altitute : 258m
Difficulty : 3/5

Stavros - Kalotaritissa


1,1 Km
Time-Return : 30-25
Altitute : 130m
Difficulty : 1/5

Kedros - Messaria


0,9 Km
Time-Return : 25-35
Altitute : 162m
Difficulty : 2/5

Mersini - Livadi


1,8 Km
Time-Return : 40-35
Altitute : 80m
Difficulty : 1/5

Kedros - Kato Mylos


2,1 Km
Time-Return : 40-40
Altitute : 50m
Difficulty : 2/5

Limni - Aspro Kavo

Map of Donoussa

Donoussa, a beautiful small island in the southeastern Cyclades, situated 10 miles north of Amorgos and east of Naxos. The island is 14 square kilometers and has a diameter of almost 5.5 kilometers.


Donoussa, the emerald of Cyclades, Greece

Take me to the ocean. Let me sail the open sea. To breathe the warm and salty air and dream of things to be.