Ferry tickets to Limnos

Limnos is one of the largest Greek islands and is located in the Northeast Aegean.

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Limnos, all year round vacations


What if the weather gets chilly? The salty lakes, traditional villages and friendly residents of Limnos, invite you to discover its constantly changing beauty. Book now cheap ferry tickets to Limnos through Let’s Ferry and explore a colorful island that transforms magically each and every season.

Picturesque chora of Limnos island

Picturesque chora of Limnos island

What to see
The island’s main port, Mirina, full of life and rich history. Ascend its Castle, the biggest one in Aegean, to admire the panoramic view. If you’re lucky you will be face to face with Platonia, a deer herd that lives between its walls!
Ammothines, the Greek Sahara, on the north side of the island. The dunes that the wind has spread far away from the sea, is an exceptionally rare sight, which is even more breathtaking with the sunset lingering on the horizon.
The ancient Hephaestia, on the Northeast side of the island, were God Hephaestus was worshiped. You will also find a unique ancient Greek theatre there.

Myrina village in Limnos

Myrina village in Limnos

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Limnos is ideal for:
Dirt road Cycling. Discover picturesque settlements and amazing beaches strolling around the island’s well-maintained road network.
Bird-Watching, in its distinct ecosystem full of wetlands around Aliki, Chortarolimni and Asprolimni lakes, where extraordinary birds rest through their migratory journey.
Themed Trekking, with trained guides that lead you to historical or gastronomy tours. Have fun but also delve deep into the Limnian way of life through its cultural and natural beauties.

Gomati Beach in Limnos

Gomati Beach in Limnos

Tip: Limnos is famous for her gastronomy. Stock up with the Limnian pasta (“flomaria”) and cheeses (“karavaskari”, “melichoro”) before you leave, and keep the taste of the island’s intense character with you.

Information about the port of Limnos

Passenger routes connect Limnos with Piraeus and Kavala. There are regular connections with Samos, Lesvos, Chios and Ikaria.

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