Lavrion

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Lavrion, the land of the silver mines

An industrial town since the mid-18th century, this here was the first Greek city to ever use a telephone in 1882. Explore Attica’s third largest port with cheap ferry tickets to Lavrion through Let’s Ferry.

Take a stroll and see

  • The statue of J.B. Serpieri, the Italian entrepreneur who first developed mines in the area, after discovering that the land is rich in minerals.
  • The Statue, a female figure that stands here for all the women who were waiting for the exiled prisoners of Makronisos to return. Today, the historical islet of Makronisos is uninhabited, however you can rent a boat from Lavrion and visit its monuments.
  • The Clock, which was built at a time when workers in the area couldn’t afford to buy a watch.
  • The Mineralogical Museum, where apart from rare minerals, you will get lifestyle information about the times when the mines were in full bloom.
  • The Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounio, 8 km away from the port. Lord Byron left his mark here, by signing on a column of the temple.

Dive and see

  • Legrena is a pebbled, unspoilt beach, in an area with plenty of hidden bays. If you know to reach them, you can discover your very own private paradise!
  • Kaki Thalassa is a small beach with sunbeds, restaurants and an open-air cinema. The name “Kaki” means bad, however this is quite the opposite!
  • Thoriko, very close from which you can visit the little gem of the Ancient Theatre of Thoriko.

Take action

  • Go diving to explore the Kyra Eleni wreck, close to Patroklos island. Another diving trip is at the underwater car cemetery in Legrena.
  • Cycling at the Ancient Mines and the Chaos of Kitsou, an impressive crater 55 meters deep.
  • Visit the local fish market to sample delicious, fresh seafood.

Tip: You can reach Lavrion by car or by KTEL bus. The distance between the port and Athens is 60 km and that makes up for a 90-minute drive. Athens International Airport is half an hour away.
This summer choose safety and book your cheap ferry tickets to Lavrion online, at letsferry.com. Pick them up at home or at the port.

Information about the port of Lavrion

Lavrion is connected to Kea, Ios, Kythnos, Kimolos, Limnos, Chios, Paros, Naxos, Syros, Milos, Folegandros, Sikinos, Kavala and more. The facilities you will find at the port are free Wi-Fi, ATM, KTEL bus, car rentals. There is a private parking at the port and if you don’t want to pay, you have to search around the port for free parking areas.