Leros

Ferry to Leros

Book your ferry tickets easier than ever! Discover the offers and prices for all the routes and make your ticket reservation in the fastest and easiest way!

  • BOOK YOUR FERRY TICKETS
  • RETURN TRIP
  • SINGLE ROUTE
  • MULTIPLE ROUTES
  • We have not been able to identify the port
  • We have not been able to identify the port
Up to 8 passengers
Up to 3 vehicles You have reached the maximun allowed vehicles
When and where are you travelling?
  • We have not been able to identify the port
  • We have not been able to identify the port
Up to 8 passengers
Up to 3 vehicles You have reached the maximun allowed vehicles
When and where are you travelling?
  • We have not been able to identify the port
  • We have not been able to identify the port
Up to 8 passengers
Up to 3 vehicles You have reached the maximun allowed vehicles
When and where are you travelling?
  • We have not been able to identify the port
  • We have not been able to identify the port
Up to 8 passengers
Up to 3 vehicles You have reached the maximun allowed vehicles
When and where are you travelling?
Previous search: {{ model.route.Origin.Text }} {{ model.route.Destination.Text }} {{ dates }} {{ model.passengers.Passengers }} {{ model.passengers.Vehicles }}

LEROS

Leros is known as the island of Artemis since Ancient times. It is located in the northeastern Aegean and is part of the Dodecanese.

It’s a quiet island with a genuinely relaxed lifestyle and the locals, proud of their hospitality, are always ready to extend a warm welcome. Leros can offer a truly restful vacation to any visitor.

The largest part of the island is covered by lush vegetation, pine, oak and olive trees. The capital is called Agia Marina and also hosts the island’s port. The second largest village, Lakki, is also a wonderful place to stay.

Passenger routes connect Leros to Piraeus. There are frequent connections to other islands of the Dodecanese.