Come experience the magical island of Lesvos! Ancient, peaceful, and undeniably Greek, this is a place where sunshine is plentiful, sheep bells fill the air, and millions of olive trees grace the picturesque countryside. The locals are friendly, the food is delicious, and there is something to please all ages. We would love to welcome you to our island.
Whether you’re sampling an Ouzo on the waterfront, getting lost in the maze of small streets, or soaking in the history of Mytilene in the various museums, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in the island’s capital.
Skala Sikaminias is just one of the delightful fishing villages dotted across the island. Relax in a taverna or stroll along the pebble beach to experience the village's unique beauty.
Situated in the shadow of a Byzantine castle, Molyvos is a mountain-top town which exudes the rustic charm that Greece is known for. With a scenic harbour, stone houses, and crystal blue waters, it is one of Lesvos' finest gems.
Found in the northeast corner of the island, Mantamados is a village known for it's cheese and pottery. It is also famous for the monastry of Archangel Michael of Mantamados.
In addition to the crystal clear waters that lap onto the shores of Plomari, the town located on Lesvos' southern coast has been dubbed the "Ouzo Capital of Greece"- and with three distilleries in the town, Ouzo lovers will enjoy.
Eressos is a beach town that boasts beauty, spirituality, and rich history. Birthplace of the ancient Greek lyric poet, Sappho, the town is alive with year-round cultural events.