Patmos Island

Patmos is a curvaceous volcanic island perched in the South Aegean Sea. Known as the Island of the Apocalypse, Patmos is a spiritual retreat for travelers worldwide.  It is thought that Patmos summons people with its spiritual energy, calling the lucky few to its seahorse shape. Who knows, but the calm and crystal blue waters are perfect for long swims, and there’s nothing better than a glass of wine after a long, refreshing dip.

If you stick around our table long enough we’ve got love stories to last a lifetime (wink, wink).

Alright, we get it! What a dream!
So how do we get there?

Do not follow Google Maps, you will get lost!

éla! is located in Christos Valley on the northside of Patmos — there is no sign. On your way from Kampos Beach to Lampi Beach, turn left at the wine barrel and follow the driveway all the way down the valley.*

* If you smell flowers and smokey chicken, you’re going in the right direction!

Christos, Kampos
Patmos, Greece



Opening Dates / Hours

 June 27 - September 15
7pm - 12am