was exiled there, I suspect the Isle of Patmos
I had the opportunity to visit there in 2007 with a group of students. The main attraction is the Monastery of St. John the Theologian. The monastery is open to tourists and we even had a chance to witness a worship service. But for many, a visit to such a remote location is a dream.
Until now however. The Google Art Project has an impressive photo gallery of the monastery that allows you to navigate through the monastery just like a tourist. Of course nothing is like being there yourself. But this will allow millions more to "visit" the monastery while allowing the monks their needed privacy.
Visit the Monastery of St. John the Theologian.