Arki is a small Greek island which is part of the Dodecanese archipelago. It is situated in the eastern Aegean Sea, close to the Turkish Aegean Coast. The island belongs to the municipality of Patmos, and has a population of 54 inhabitants at the 2001 census.
Due to the small population there is no real capital, as such, though most inhabitants live close to the main harbour with the rest living scattered around the island on higher ground. The majority of the population find employment either in fishing, goat herding or helping to run one of the island’s four tavernas.
If you wish to swim you will find beaches full of lentisks and tamarisks, such as Limnari, Kapsalismenos, Tiganakia, Patelia and Ampelaki. Finally there is a fine beach with lentisks and tamarisks in the small island of Marathi.