Leros is an island in the South Aegean and belongs to the Prefecture of the Dodecanese. It lies between Patmos and Leipsi to the north and Kalymnos to the south. It is 179 nautical miles from Greece’s main port Pireaus and 7 nautical miles from the coast of Asia Minor (Turkey). Leros covers an area of 53 square kilometres with a long coastline of 71 metres filled with beautiful pristine beaches. Along the coastal areas many large natural gulfs and bays have evolved as a result of intense sea activity along its shores.
The leading role in your gastronomic experience of Leros will be the cafés and the taverns, where the tastiest and simplest food is served
Leros have an abundant local activities, with Diving, Hiking tourism, Shopping, fish and of course the local fishermans
In the island, we have Archaeological Sites to visit with amazing stories.
Alinda, Agia Marina or Vromolinthos are some of the beautiful beaches with emerald waters that we have on the island of Leros.