History of the Island

At the southern tip of the Aegean Sea, Leros, which belongs to the Dodecanese and is at close distance with Patmos, measures 8,500 inhabitants. It extends to over 53 square kilometers, while its coastline is 71 kilometers. With beautiful beaches, traditional character and a relaxed pace of life, Leros is ideal for those looking for a small but welcoming paradise for relaxation and rejuvenation.

Sea Excursions & Scuba Diving

Take the boat and visit the nearby islands for one day. The journey starts from Agia Marina and the boat will take you to the islands of Arki, Marathi, Archangelos, Aspronissia, Lipsi and Tiganakia. Dive into the crystal clear waters, enjoy the Aegean sun and the unbelievable pure and natural beauties.

Sights of the place

Though a small island, Leros has a range of interesting sights to demonstrate. The Archaeological Museum in Agia Marina hosts inscriptions and ancient utilitarian objects. In the Church Museum you will find utensils, books, wood carvings, vestments and paintings.