Limnos

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LIMNOS

Limnos, located in the northeastern Aegean, is one of the largest Greek islands. Mythology connects it to Hephaestus mainly because of the flourishing metallurgy businesses in ancient times.

Myrina is the capital and port of the island and is also known for the cosmopolitan Romeikos Gialos area that has been declared a preserved site. When there, make sure that you also visit the town castle.

There are numerous popular, wide sandy beaches near Myrina such as Ai-Giannis and Riha Nera, all beautiful with remarkably clean waters.

In Moudros, on the east side of the island, you’ll discover picturesque little ports, caves and wetlands to explore. Visit the archaeological site in Poliohni.

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