Kastellorizo or Megisti is a Greek island and municipality of the Dodecanese, is the easternmost Greek island and is situated in the Levantine Sea.
In our fist shot, we see a stone path which leads to the fortress of the Order of Knights of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem (or Knights Hospitaller or Order of Saint John), a 14th century building at the top of a small hill above the port, on a reddish rock (Castle Rosso), from which it probably the island took its name.
Afterwards, a resident narrates events and actions of the Germans, the Italians, the British, the French and the Greeks during the Second World War, in which he was an eyewitness.
A huge stone staircase leads to a hill from where we can see on the west side, in the area of Paleokastro, the ruins of the walls and the churches of the Castle’s Virgin Mary, Saint Stefanos and Santa Marina. We continue the tour between the cobbled paths in the elements of the sparse flora of the island as well as the remnants of old walls.
We see panoramic shots of the high deserted mountains, the rocky islets that surround the island, the traditional mansions, many of which are in ruins, others that have been renovated, the port with various boats and the Cathedral of Saints Constantine and Helen.