Syros - Lesvos

SYROS LESVOS (MYTILENE) ακτοπλοϊκά

Lesvos or Mytilene is Greece’s third-largest island and is larger than life. The island is rugged, forested, volcanic and 40% of its surface is covered by olive trees; 11 millions of them! The island is extensively covered by pines, oaks and chestnut trees. Half of the world’ ouzo and some of the finest soaps in the country are produced on the island.

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Information about the port of Syros

There are at least 2 ferries daily to Piraeus, Mykonos and Tinos. Ferries travel daily to Paros and Naxos, Mykonos, Tinos and Andros and weekly to Amorgos, Ios, Milos, Santorini and Crete. Also, ferries connect Syros to Sikinos, Folegandros, Lavrio, Kos, Rhodes, Leros and Thessaloniki.

Information about the port of Lesvos

Ferries run regularly to connect Lesvos to Piraeus, Thessaloniki, Chios, Samos, Kos and Rhodes.