Walk, cycle or go donkey-riding all around the island through the 18 km long trails and see the old farmhouses with the extremely large oven, called oven houses (fournospita in Greek), and the “mnemoria”, the charnel houses.
Explore the ancient town of Anafi on Kasteli hill and visit the remarkable necropolis with the monumental tombs and their sculptures. Keep on until you get to Vrissi and rest under the plane trees and by the streams.
In the east part of the island visit Kalamos rock, which is the second highest monolithic limestone after Gibraltar; a must-see for climbers. Furthermore, the ancient temple of Apollo the Anafian and the Monastery of Zoodochos Pigi lie on the foot of the rock. If you are an experienced climber then head to the top of Kalamos where you can see another monastery and some breathtaking views of the sea and the nearby islands.