The island of Lesbos has everything Greece has to offer: history, beaches, mountains and scenery.
You simply have to go and explore! There is so much to see, do and experience, so don’t forget to do Lesbos justice by visiting its deserted beaches and ancient monasteries, by tasting its olive oil and cheeses, or by relaxing in one of its six medicinal springs.
As in the rest of Greece, you will be warmly welcomed by the locals. The friendliness of Greek islanders is hard to match!
Lesbos is an island, so there are plenty of beaches and beach bars. A true paradise for sun lovers!
The scenery of Lesbos is attractive and varied, including verdant landscapes, vast olive groves, pine trees, barren mountain landscapes, mountains and hills interspersed with green valleys, amazing bays, forests with sycamore trees, and hot springs.
The Kalloni Salt Pans are a favourite haunt of pelicans, flamingos, black storks and spoonbills. If you plan on visiting the Salt Pans, don’t forget to bring your binoculars.
Near Plomari, you can visit some ouzo distilleries where you can take a peek at the brewing process and, of course, do some tasting.
Picturesque Molyvos, with its cobbled alleys and beautiful sunsets, is one of the most charming villages of Lesbos. Do you like calamari? Molyvos has restaurants with strings of octopus drying in the sun all day.
The hippy village of Skala Eressos has a lovely relaxed atmosphere. It has a beautiful and quiet sandy beach, cosy taverns and sea-side terraces. Discover a wide choice of Greek dishes while enjoying wonderful sea views.