Leros Island

Island









One of fifteen islands in the Dodecanese, near Patmos, Kalymnos and Lipsi.




"Leros (Greek: Λέρος) is a Greek island and municipality in the Dodecanese in the southern Aegean Sea. It lies 317 kilometres (197 miles) (171 nautical miles) from Athens's port of Piraeus, from which it can be reached by an 8.5-hour ferry ride (or by a 45-minute flight from Athens), and about 20 miles to Turkey. Leros is part of the Kalymnos regional unit. The island has been also called in Italian: Lero." Wikipedia









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Top Marinas, Harbours and Anchorages

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Leros
1 . Leros

Leros Marina, located at the safest part of Lakki bay, which is completely protected from all the winds, including the ferocious S.E. Sirocco (or “Evros” in Greek), offers the opportunity for m...

Leros
2 . Leros

Lakki Bay
3 . Lakki Bay

Lakki
4 . Lakki

Partheni Bay
5 . Partheni Bay

Alinda Bay
6 . Alinda Bay






Top Towns

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Agia Marina
1 . Agia Marina

Agia Marina saddles the land between two bays. To the north the ferry terminal and to the south the Panteli beach and harbour. The picturesque greek town is home to a assortment of taverna's and ba...

Lakkion
2 . Lakkion

Lakki (as it is also known) is a pretty town in the centre of the island at the base of a large natural bay. Lakki is steeped in history and offers a variety of interests for visiting yachtsmen.

Partheni
3 . Partheni

A quiet village on the northern side of Leros island hidden inside a natural bay often has a scattering of yachts anchored around, and nearby the runway a large drydock.

Alinda
4 . Alinda

Alinda is found in the northern corner of the bay overlooking Agia Marina. This quiet small town is attracts few yachts due to the facilities offered by Agia Marina and Lakki.

Xirokambos
5 . Xirokambos

Xirokampos is found on the southern side of Leros island at the base of a large bay. The town has a limited series of jetties and taverna's and a breakwater to the western side with an inner quay.






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