Lemnos Island Vacations
The national capital Athens is situated 150 miles (241 kilometers) southwest of Lemnos Island, while Sofia is 210 miles (338 kilometers) to the northwest.
Peer back through the pages of time at Hephaistia Ancient Site and Poliochni Archaeological Site, just a sample of the fascinating historic places in Lemnos Island. Get a glimpse into the early days of Lemnos Island before visiting the area’s other great sights.
When you are in Lemnos Island grab some sunscreen and head to Kotsinas Beach, a picturesque spot much loved by locals and tourist alike. On a fine day, this is the place to come to enjoy the sunshine, stroll along the beach and watch the fisherman try their luck. Enjoy the feel of your bare feet as you explore the water’s edge or just enjoy the peace.
Sometimes awe-inspiring, sometimes romantic, castles and other defense buildings in this part of the world are always excellent to tour. The historic Castle of Myrina, an important local landmark, reflects how rulers lived behind the thick walls and protected their townships from the enemy.
Discover local history by taking a tour of the Archaeological Museum of Lemnos, one of the main history museums. Stroll through its silent hallways and examine the ancient artifacts on display.
An old place of worship, among the most popular of the many historic attractions in the city, is the Agia Triada Cathedral. Appreciate the atmosphere of this fascinating place, learn its story and find out why it is such a popular destination for visitors and locals.
In addition to city parks, the local city also has a few preservation parks where families can enjoy beautiful landscapes and local native species. Go for a long walk in Chortarolimni Lake and Wetlands and savor being out in nature and away from the urban streets.